Firstly from the match against Leeds on February 4th, a guide as to some of the best footballers to follow on Twitter - many of the programme readers are either new to Twitter or aren't a member so it was a bit of an insight as to what they could expect.
The second offering was for the Crystal Palace game (Valentine's Day) and is a view as to why I set up my blog in the first place, whilst also touching on some reasons why other writers have recently hung up their keyboards.
Football follows on Twitter
With more than 50 million users logging in every day and a billion tweets per week, it would be easy to get lost in the jungle that is Twitter. If you’re new to the game and have only recently signed up, or have been active for a while but still see only confusion and mystery where others see timelines and hash-tags then this might be for you.
Whilst most new football fan users instantly cotton on to the fact that the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Robbie Savage and Stan Collymore have millions of followers between them and join like sheep, their entertainment factor is generally average at best with Rio largely using his notoriety to promote a series of off-the-field interests for instance, whilst Savage has reined in the wind-ups and outbursts that were a feature of his early days on Twitter since becoming a TV star, perhaps mindful of the public image he is now expected to maintain.
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