Elsewhere, Gary Lineker looks to combat his grey hair, Matt Jarvis thanks Wolves fans as he moves to West Ham United and James Vaughan dines out... alone
Another day in the land of Twitter is nearing its conclusion and a weekend of Premier League action - or work, as they call it - awaits for our favourite footballers.
From Ashley Cole and Jonjo Shelvey taking a pop at their followers, to James Vaughan dining for one on his arrival at temporary new club Huddersfield Town, Goal.com brings you the latest from the social networking website in our Word on the Tweet.
"I know I didn't have a great game last night but at the end of the day we got a result as a team and that's what matters So crack on #haters"
Jonjo Shelvey is less than impressed at the criticism he has received following his performance for Liverpool in Thursday’s 1-0 victory over Hearts.
"'Table for 1 please' Possibly the embarrassing thing Ive ever had to say haha"
Norwich striker James Vaughan gets used to the lonesome life following his loan switch to Huddersfield Town.
"Can someone please tell me why people follow you, then complain when you tweet hahahaha #UKNOWWHATTODO"
Ashley Cole takes a pop at his Twitter followers. As if the Chelsea full-back needs any more enemies…
"Just had my haircut, which is rather mundane. I did though spot the odd grey hair on the black gown. Time to dye it before anyone notices?"
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker flirts with the idea of dyeing his supposedly “odd” grey hairs. Don’t do it Gary!
"Can't wait to have victor Moses join d team haha,very good player and a good lad too"
John Obi Mikel is eagerly anticipating fellow Nigerian Victor Moses’ arrival at Stamford Bridge, with Wigan finally accepting Chelsea’s bid for the attacker.
"Sorry to see Damien Duff has retired from international football. It was an honour to play with such a great player & pro. Well done Duffer"
Shay Given leads the tributes as Damien Duff retires from Republic of Ireland international duty.
"I'm not in Sunderland people I'm in Newcastle when I say wonderful north east"
Reading new boy Danny Guthrie reveals his obvious Newcastle preference as returns to the north-east for his side's clash with Sunderland.
"Be interesting to see what songs @louissaha08 and @stevenfletch10 sing at dinner tonight."
Sunderland’s new look strike force of Louis Saha and Steven Fletcher could make their first bow together in the form of a duet.
"Just want to say a big thank you to all the wolves fans,staff,players for everything over the last 5years and wish them well for the season!"
Matt Jarvis looks to leave Molineux on good terms as he bids farewell to Wolves following his switch to West Ham.