FOOTIE TWEETS: Neymar returns to training, van Wolfswinkel absolves Yaya Toure, Brazilians thrilled with call-ups

West Brom new boy Thievy Bifouma was thrilled to be a part of his side’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Tuesday night.

West Brom new boy Thievy Bifouma was thrilled to be a part of his side’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Tuesday night.

Monaco and Colombia ace Radamel Falcao thanked all that wished him well when he turned 28 on Monday.

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud was expecting a swift response from the team after losing 5-1 to Liverpool on the weekend.

Giroud’s teammate Nicklas Bendtner posted a picture with his son in London.

Tottenham’s Andros Townsend was settling himself in for a children’s classic.

Chelsea’s Cesar Azpilicueta was quick to congratulate Eden Hazard after he won the match ball for his hat-trick in the weekend’s 3-0 win over Newcastle United.

Chelsea midfielder Willian was pleased to be called back into the Brazil national team for next month’s friendly with South Africa.

Translation: Thank you for another opportunity, I'm very happy!

As fellow Chelsea star Samuel Eto’o paid tribute to the kids of his homeland on Cameroon’s National Youth Day.

Brazilian ace Neymar was over the moon to be back training with Barcelona after suffering an ankle injury recently.

Liverpool’s Glen Johnson felt two-goal defender Martin Skrtel was the best player in the weekend’s 5-1 rampage of the Gunners.

Real Madrid’s Pepe caught up with English magician Dynamo.

Mamadou Sakho was working hard to be back on the pitch for Liverpool.

Manchester City’s Fernandinho was also revelling in a call-up to the Brazil squad.

Leroy Fer shared Norwich City’s 0-0 draw on the weekend with teammates John Ruddy and Nathan Redmond.

While teammate Ricky van Wolfswinkel backed the FA’s decision not to suspend Man City’s Yaya Toure after the pair clashed on the weekend.

While ex-Chelsea midfielder Kevin de Bruyne was pleased to play a part in Wolfsburg’s 3-0 win over Mainz on Saturday.

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