Following John Terry's international retirement many names have been suggested as players that deserve a chance to impress.
An ex-team-mate of Terry's, Robert Huth, thinks his Stoke City defensive partner Ryan Shawcross should be called upon, while Demba Ba is also talking up the ability of his fellow Newcastle players.
The weather also seems to be a hot topic of discussion on the social networking site, with Thomas Sorensen and Youssouf Mulumbu both bemoaning the rain.
Elsewhere, Phil Neville looks forward to an old fashioned cup tie, Tom Cleverley praises Manchester United for grinding out a victory over Liverpool, Lucas Leiva provides a recovery update, Kyle Walker can't spell and Gary Lineker talks money in the Word on the Tweet...
"Wonder if Shawcross will get a chance now
"My option he should. Fast, good in the air and reads the game well"
Former Chelsea defender Robert Huth ponders who may be given a chance to step up after John Terry's international retirement, saying his Stoke City team-mate Ryan Shawcross is a worthy replacement.
"I will not be wasting my breath on the Terry scenario again after almost being put in the Tower of London last time..."
Joey Barton isn't usually one to hold his tongue, but on this occasion, he wisely chooses to do just that.
"When you got players like yohan or hatem. It make football look easy…"
Demba Ba shows some lovin' for Newcastle team-mates Yohan Cabaye and Hatem Ben Arfa after the Magpies' win over Norwich, which the latter starred in.
"Training done-home for a nap and rest Leeds away tomorrow night-elland rd reminds me of goodison old fashioned stadium fans close to pitch!"
Phil Neville is preparing for Everton's League Cup clash with Leeds, and a good old intimate meeting with the fans in the stands.
"On my way to the training this weather make me feel sick i wanna cry lol"
Youssouf Mulumbu is still having troubles stomaching the weather in the Midlands. Lol indeed.
"Drowning in the rain....can't wait for the mudbath in training later"
Thomas Sorensen isn't quite singing in the rain, instead he heads for some mud basking in training.
"Even though i didnt play was good to be part of a good win yest. You need to win like that sometimes. Fans were class swell!"
Tom Cleverley is on cliche alert as he praises Manchester United for winning ugly in his absence.
"Good morning everyone.I wish you a very good week.Another week to keep my rehab going and I hope I will be back as soon as possible to help."
Lucas Leiva updates Liverpool fans on his road to recovery, after they were dealt another blow with Martin Kelly's injury.
"The money in golf is staggering. Brandt Snedeker won 11m dollars yesterday. Some footballers these days have to work for a year for that."
With the Ryder Cup just around the corner, Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker discusses the big bucks involved, while bemoaning the modesty of compared wages in football. (Something he later revealed was indeed sarcastic).
"Morning tweeps great to get the first win at home. off to spend a day with the family, hope your all ok?d"
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker could do with a trip back to school with spelling like this. Ah well, at least the thought was there.