Many present and former professional footballers have Twitter handles that have been set up for them by an anonymous digital marketing agency and are primarily used to tweet commercial garbage.
So, here are a few of the footballers with the most amusing posts for you to enjoy:
Andy Robertson is one of the most popular footballers on the social media platform Twitter. With his appearances on Liverpool's official YouTube channel, his humorous tweets, and amazing facial gestures, the Scot is becoming a popular figure online.
Twitter Profile - Andy Robertson
Pep Guardiola is not an admirer of Benjamin Mendy's twitter shenanigans, but he's perhaps the funniest footballer on Twitter ever. Few others on the platform have been as consistently funny as he has.
Twitter Profile - Benjamin Mendy
Cillian Sheridan, an Irish footballer turned tourist (get the joke, pretty please), may have had more clubs than Tiger Woods, as he willingly admits, and he's one of the funniest sportsmen you can follow on Twitter. Last year, he garnered popularity for his "fake news" tweets, in which he pretended to be a stranger by passing off a wholly made-up narrative as true. For his tweets, the former Celtic striker is worth following.
Twitter Profile - Cillian Sheridan
Allan Saint-Maximin is among the most entertaining athletes to play in the Premier League these days, and he's also a great deal of fun to follow on Twitter. The Frenchman, who rose to prominence after sporting a Gucci headgear while starring for Lille, has a fantastic sense of humour, enjoys engaging with his fans, and is always up for a good laugh on social media.
Twitter Profile - Allan Saint-Maximin
Since he retired from the wonderful sport, football's lankiest guy has watched his media career flourish. Much of this is due to his endearing demeanour and we believe, his desire to make fun of himself.
Twitter Profile - Peter Crouch
Last year, the Manchester City defender appeared out of nowhere in a hilarious Twitter avatar. Aymeric Laporte might well have missed his starting position at City, but he's had a place in our timeline.
Twitter Profile - Aymeric Laporte
Former Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall is an unusual occurrence in that he has amassed a large following on Twitter outside of football, with followers from all areas of life. Why? Asking questions and taking in new knowledge is a simple task.
Twitter Profile - Neville Southall
Michy Batshuayi was never able to break into the big leagues, but he can lay claim to becoming the King of Football Twitter. The Belgian, who is a huge admirer of humour, never misses an occasion to laugh and is constantly chatting with his fans.
Twitter Profile - Michy Batshuayi