Jaguares replace shirt names with Twitter handles

The Mexican side's players are keen to beef up their number of followers and have printed their own account names on the backs of their shirts, as well as that of the club sponsor
Mexican Primera Division club Jaguares have taken their dedication to Twitter to a whole new level by printing the players' individual account handles on the back of their shirts.

Jaguares have also plastered the club sponsor's Twitter handle on their jersey, while using the social media site's official font and bird logo on the back of the shirt.

The club's decision comes just one month after Valencia decided to print their account handle on the front of their shirts in place of a sponsor.

The Mexican side, founded in 2002, competed in the Copa Libertadores earlier in the year, reaching the quarter-finals of the competition.