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FOOTIE TWEETS: Ferdinand, Barton touch on manager sackings as Arsenal's Ozil gets set for Bayern

Andre Schurrle was busy with his recovery from Chelsea's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace on the weekend.

While teammate Ramires was stoked to open his scoring account for the Premier League campaign.

West Ham United's Ravel Morrison stopped into the Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs-owned Café Football UK at Westfield in Stratford, east London.

Ashley Young was thrilled to see Darren Fletcher back in action for Manchester United after close to 12 months out with a bowel condition.

Glen Johnson felt Liverpool played the complete match when beating Tottenham 5-0 in north London.

Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina, on loan at Napoli, again wished teammate Gonzalo Higuain a happy birthday.

Schalke's Klaas-Jan Huntelaar gave us a little insight into one of the first football tournaments he participated in.

Liverpool's Luis Alberto was revelling in the Reds' big win over Spurs.

As did teammate Mamadou Sakho.

West Bromwich Albion midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu expressed his deep regret at Steve Clarke's sacking as manager.

As Fernandinho thanked Manchester City fans for their support as he scored two goals in the 6-3 win over league leaders Arsenal.

Before getting straight back to training on Monday.

Schalke's Kevin-Prince Boateng was channelling his inner Wesley Snipes.

Man Utd veteran Rio Ferdinand felt recently-sacked managers were having a hard time of it.

But QPR's Joey Barton seemed to agree with at least one of the decisions.

And German ace Mesut Ozil was eagerly anticipating the Champions League Round of 16 after Arsenal drew Bayern Munich.

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