Word on the Tweet: Sammy Ameobi loves Sudoku, Pennant gets a transfer scoop & Muamba makes a comeback

Also, Kris Commons celebrate's Celtic's victory in the Champions League whilst Everton captain Phil Neville wishes a speedy recovery to youth coach Kevin Sheedy
With the first weekend of Premier League fixtures completed, English football is finally settling into its usual groove again.

And so the footballers who inhabit it - easily distracted creatures they are - have already taken to sharing their other interests.

Jermaine Pennant tries his hand at being an 'In the Know', Sammy Ameobi flexes his brain muscles and Joey Barton becomes a pundit all in Wednesday's Word on the Tweet.

"Morning ladies n gents.... I walked in training and got a shock saw my friend Tom Huddleston.... On loan till end of season good signing"

Jermaine Pennant gives Bryan Swanson & Co a run for their money in the breaking-news stakes as he reveals that Tom Huddlestone is at Stoke City for a medical.

"Sudoku is a decent pass time!"

Four words I didn’t expect to write today: Sammy Ameobi loves Sudoku.

"Buzzin with the result, thanx for all the tweets. Can't wait for 2nd leg now."

Kris Commons shares his delight after scoring and grabbing an assist in Celtic’s 2-0 away win over Helsingborgs in the Champions League play-off first leg last night.

"Great signing for QPR Carvelho if they get him. Proper defender, rashes people up for fun. No more 5-0a's"

The prospect of seeing Ricardo Carvalho's no-nonsense defending at Loftus Road gets the Joey Barton seal of approval.

"Dawson as well. Nice. Competition at the back now. Spent some money on recruits. Think it's now the poker equivalent of an all in move..."

And Barton is also suitably impressed by rumours linking Tottenham's Michael Dawson with QPR.

"Would like to wish kevin sheedy speedy recovery from cancer-legend at the club and doing a great job bringing the young kids thru#prayers""

Phil Neville leads the players wishing former Everton midfielder and academy coach Kevin Sheedy a full and speedy recovery after he was diagnosed with bowel cancer.

"Just finish playing five a side wow. Damn felt so good."

He may have announced his retirement from professional football, but Fabrice Muamba still loves a kickabout.

"Yes welbz!"

A man of few words, Tom Cleverley is delighted to hear that team-mate Danny Welbeck has signed a new deal.