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The Gunners flyer features in’s regular round-up of the social networking site mainly in the UK, with other topics including pundit powers

With international football returning with a bang, a host of top football stars have taken to Twitter to talk about the action.

England host Netherlands at Wembley on Wednesday, with players from both sides eagerly anticipating the match, while a certain football pundit take looks set to keep a close eye on one of his former team-mates.

Elsewhere, Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany goes all Joey Barton on us, and Guiseppe Rossi has been missing his favourite TV show.

Here is's round-up of the latest happenings involving footballers on the social networking website:

“If anyones up these neck of the woods and likes watching football, come support the us tomo night! :) #U21s”

Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain urges fans to cheer on England’s Under-21 side against Belgium on Thursday.

“The Italian journalists who think they are great at translating, should go back to school or just be quiet.”

Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder expresses his displeasure at the Italian media.

“Song of the morning: Fever by B.Traits/Elizabeth us ready on the school run, uplifting vibes!! Chooooooooon!!”

Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand reveals his song of the day.

“Get well soon @DarrenBent all the best mate!”

Jack Wilshere wishes his England colleague Darren Bent well following his news that he faces three months on the sidelines. Will either be fit in time for Euro 2012?

“@louissaha08 congrats on your recall #King”

City’s Joleon Lescott congratulates Louis Saha following the Spurs’ striker's recall to the France national side.

“A question was put to me by one of the fans the other day... He said ‘Do you feel the pressure more now that you are going for the title?’ Pressure is a creation of you're own mind. If you think about it, pressure doesn't exist.”

Lescott's City captain Vincent Kompany gets all philosophical.

“@themichaelowen Will get our super slow MO camera on you!! Haha see you soon”

Football pundit Gary Neville can’t wait to use his gadgets on his former United team-mate Michael Owen when he returns from injury.

“Driving to practice, I realized I haven't watched and episodes of Jersey Shore. Has it been good this season?”

Italy and Villareal forward Giuseppe Rossi is keen to know if his missed much of one of his favourite reality shows.