The Norwich City skipper knows no bounds when it comes to awkwardness, Arsenal midfielder jets off to have his latest injury problem looked at and Louis Saha takes aim at Chelsea
In today's edition, we have fitness updates from Jack Wilshere, Jermaine Defoe and Jem Karacan, while Joey Barton reminds us of the anniversary that we've all been waiting for.
Goal.com rounds up the best and weirdest of footballers online...
"Tweeps! How are u all feeling? I'm overwhelmed by the support its been amazing! singing my name was crazy. We done it for all of u! #CFCfans"
Chelsea full-back Ryan Bertrand takes to the social networking site to praise the fans support during the Champions League final after his shock start against Bayern Munich.
"And happy for a friend ryan bertrand on his champions league win. Just shows good things come to those who wait"
Manchester United's Tom Cleverley congratulates his England Under-21 team-mate for his hand in Chelsea's victory.
"#big money / Loyalty may suffer.We still have 2admit that billionaires won CL & PL this year. Sport v SportBusiness/ Montpellier win #lique1"
Tottenham striker Louis Saha bigs up Montpellier on their Ligue 1 title win while having a dig at both Manchester City and Chelsea in the process for the amount of money that they spend. For 140 characters, that's impressively succinct.
"Just off to training should be fun not kicked a ball for a week"
Grant Holt is immune to being awkward, it would appear, as he attends his first training session after handing in his transfer request at Norwich City, which was subsequently rejected.
"Arrived in Sweden.....weather is deeecent! Nice country...."
Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere arrives in Sweden for minor knee surgery after a flare-up during his rehabilitation process.
"Been working out with my fitness guy Tibus here in Cannes feeling strong and ready for euros"
One man who will be injury-free going into Euro 2012, though, will be Tottenham striker Jermaine Defoe.
"Morning all sunshine at last great start to the week-big day at lords fancy us to win today!"
Having played cricket to a professional standard in his youth before opting for football, Everton utility man Phil Neville believes that England are on for a win at Lords against a battling West Indies side - he's proved right as they win by five wickets.
"As its my anniversary of joining Twitter. Might put out a book about some of the stuff and explain the background to some of my many rants."
The anniversary that we've all been waiting for. Oh no, not the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, but the first year anniversary of QPR's Joey Barton joining Twitter. I'm so glad he reminded us, I'm so bad at remembering anniversaries.
"I'm not a vegetarian but I have few friends who are. so Happy National Vegetarian Week to them"
Manchester City's Gael Clichy, although not a vegetarian himself, doesn't use eating meat as a prerequisite to be his friend. Glad that's been cleared up then.
"Ankles well on schedule! Hopefully out of aircast next tuesday & back joggin mid june-ish!!"
Reading midfielder Jem Karacan is right on schedule to be back in time for pre-season at the newly-promoted Premier League club.
"I'm not sure I want to go back to work again! Philip and Holly on This Morning are ledge!!! #banter"
Former Burnley defender and PFA chairman, Clarke Carlisle, you know, the clever one who was on Countdown, regales us with tales of banter. Sounds fun.