Darren Bent announces that the new edition of the football game can be downloaded ahead of schedule, while Fabrice Muamba, Victor Moses and Younes Kaboul all featureExcitement engulfed the football world as players turned into kids again with the release of the new Fifa13 football computer game on some platforms.
The game caught the imaginations of Wayne Routledge, Philippe Senderos and Darren Bent, who all played the game.
Elsewhere, however, Gary Neville and Sone Aluko weren't having such luck with technology as they experienced various problems with their phones.
Other topics of discussion on the social networking site in this edition include Fabrice Muamba's autobiography, which is out in November, Younes Kaboul's recovery progress and Victor Moses' first Chelsea goal.
"don’t wait for friday just heard u can start playing @EASPORTSFIFA #FIFA13 now on iPad & iPhone #iOS heard it's even better than 12"
Aston Villa forward Darren Bent spreads the word that the Fifa game is available before the official release date on Friday. And he reckons it's even better than last year's!
"Lets see what the fuss is then #FIFA13"
Swansea City winger Wayne Routledge is eager to join the bandwagon, and probably manually change the Welsh side's kit to that of Barcelona's.
"Playing #Fifa13, thanks @Easportsfifa"
At least former Arsenal man Philippe Senderos has the courtesy to thank those who made it possible for him to re-live his clumsy performances in north London.
"Downloaded that new software yesterday. Where has my You Tube gone? Can't get my song out!!!"
Ex-Manchester United defender Gary Neville's time on the Sky-Pad clearly hasn't helped him take any strides in technological knowhow.
"My twitter app has been a bit sluggish since downloaded the new 1.Only seeing a lot of responses from last night now! U all r too funny!!"
Sone Aluko has also had some tech issues, however the Hull City winger found a way around the problem.
"This is the front cover of my autobiography due out in November. Hope you like it have a great day and keep smiling"
Fabrice Muamba promotes his autobiography, along with a cheery message from the former Bolton man.
"Will definitely be purchasing @fmuamba autobiography- I'm still standing. Sure it will be an inspirational read"
Norwich City man Elliott Bennett responds to Muamba's post, suggesting it will be a magnificent book. He's probably not wrong.
"First goal 4 chelsea and hopefully many more 2 come #buzzin"
Victor Moses celebrates his first goal for Chelsea, scored in the thumping 6-0 League Cup win over Wolves on Tuesday, and hopes for more of the same.
"Hi tweeps,for all asking about the recovery...Everything is going well just need to be patient!!Have a good day all"
Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul provides an injury update, and it's good news for Spurs' fans.