FOOTIE TWEETS: Starbucks name Barton Joel as Benteke scores against de Bruyne’s wishes

Manchester City signing Fernandinho was revelling in his new clubs first win of the Premier League season which came with a 4-0 result over Newcastle United on Monday night.

On Wednesday, Chelsea played Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge with the Blues eventually winning 2-1. Kevin de Bruyne’s wish did not come true but at least his team won!

A few days earlier, de Bruyne was thrilled to contribute to Chelsea’s first win of the season in the 2-0 victory over Hull City in his Premier League debut.

Benteke, who did score Villa’s only goal in the Chelsea loss, felt his side were extremely unlucky not have at least gained a point in Southwest London.

Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku was getting fired up for Belgium’s World Cup qualifier with Scotland in Glasgow early next month.

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AC Milan star Mario Balotelli was thrilled to feature on the front of Sports Illustrated.

On Saturday, Liverpool opened their account with a 1-0 victory over Stoke City which was made possible by a late penalty save from new keeper Simon Mignolet. Reds defender Daniel Agger was very grateful to the Belgian.

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AC Milan’s Kevin-Prince Boateng was surprised to see that Nigel De Jong’s father, Jerry, had previously played with PSV Eindhoven when the Italian club were at the Philips Stadion for a Champions League qualifier on Tuesday.

QPR midfielder Joey Barton had a bit of an identity crisis when grabbing a coffee.

And on a more serious note, Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand pulled his political cap on in regards to the recent alleged terror attack in Syria.

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