Word on the Tweet: The aftermath of Manchester United's title celebrations take their toll

Two United players react to their title party, Twitter weighs in on the sacking of Roberto Mancini and a Reading player has a confession to make about a crushing addiction
It's a very Manchester-influenced Word on the Tweet for you today folks, from the aftermath of United's Premier League title celebrations to reaction to City's dismissal of Roberto Mancini.

There's also a couple of not-so-rousing rallying cries ahead of a couple of huge games this mid-week and top-Twitterer Joey Barton has something to say. As per usual.

"Unbelievable day in Manchester!! Thanks to all fans for making it unforgettable. Can't wait to do it again!! #20"

Anders Lindegaard
(pictured right) seemed to enjoy the Manchester United title celebrations...

"Yesterday's parade and dinner/party after at @RossoRestaurant has taken it out of me, just woke up + still feel in bits, mashed up!"

And Rio Ferdinand seems to have enjoyed them a little too much. Moderation, Rio.

"European coaching honours. Mancini: 3 Serie A, 4 Coppa Italia, 1 Prem League, 1 FA Cup. Pellegrini: 1 Intertoto cup. #justsaying"

Gary Lineker
might not be too enamoured with Manchester City's decision about their manager's position.

"Pellegrini will be new Manchester City manager in due course. A very good manager. City roll the dice."

Stan Collymore
countered with a bit of glowing praise for the incoming Pellegrini. That's nice Stan.

"PL had much higher average tenure of managers than other leagues. Last 7 days must have blasted a hole in that"

I don't know Gareth Southgate, why don't you check it out for sure?

"Just landed in Amsterdam massive game tomorrow come on lads #chelsea"

As inspirational speeches go, it's not quite Henry V-calibre from Victor Moses ahead of Chelsea's Europa League final with Benfica.

"Massive game tomorrow!! #ComeOnYouLatics #Believe"

Not much better from James McCarthy (pictured left) on Wigan's huge task to avoid relegation against Arsenal. Seriously, has anyone else read Henry V?

"No matter what happens next year. I have enjoyed this experience. Nobody can ever take that away from me. Looking forward to the future..."

We have to include Joey Barton on Word on the Tweet, because Joey Barton.

"Gutted that the seasons over... Thanks to all the fans. Have been amazing. Time to mentally and physical relax and recover for next season!"

Leicester's Chris Wood praises the supporters after the Foxes' play-off heartbreak.

"Hello! I'm glad I came to this Meeting today!! My Name is Noel Hunt and I'm Addicted to Candy Crush!! The first step is admitting it people!"

It looks like Reading's Noel Hunt has fallen victim to the internet's latest addiction. Good luck with the rehab mate.