FIFA chief Sepp Blatter met with Pope Francis last week and was quick to Tweet about his experience.
While Willian posed with Ashley Cole as the Blues look to move into the next phase of Europe's premier club competition.
Manchester United great Bill Foulkes, who survived the Munich air disaster and won the 1968 European Cup, passed away on Monday prompting kind words from Ashley Young.
Rio Ferdinand was also saddened by the loss of Foulkes.
While Man Utd's page showed the tributes that were already flowing in for the former centre-back.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 25, 2013
On a lighter note, Fernandinho revelled in Manchester City's 6-0 win over Tottenham on Sunday with star striker Alvaro 'The Beast' Negredo.
But teammate Micah Richards felt it was the Brazilian himself who was the star of the show.
As his Canaries teammate Ricky van Wolfswinkel took us through his Monday.
Recovery recovery recovery.. Treatment treatment treatment.. Eat.. Sleep.. And start all over again..? Wanna be fit!! Good day ya'll— RickyvanWolfswinkel (@RvWolfswinkel9) November 25, 2013
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, currently on loan at Everton, enjoyed a successful spell at West Bromwich Albion last season and was quick to wish them well ahead of Monday's eventual 2-2 derby draw with Aston Villa.
While Barcelona and Brazil ace Neymar had a philosophical message to share.
Translation: Everyone has their story. I'm here to learn, not to judge. The impossible is just a matter of opinion.