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Twitter is going crazy right now about a little guy who dressed like his footballing hero, Leeds United footballer El Hadji Diouf.
Why? Because in addition to donning the player’s uniform and distinctive white mohawk, he spray-painted his skin black. Most people could care less – and Diouf loved it – but apparently this has caused a “Twitter race storm,” according to The Daily Mail – and people are jumping online to voice their support for the little fella.
Alright, all you fantasy footballers left in the game.
You’re surely already scouring the Internet and DVRing ESPN for any tips and tricks, and the latest player intel.
But make sure you’re giving yourself that extra advantage by tuning into Twitter.
Here are 15 must-follow Twitter accounts for fantasy football fanatics:
Just in time for bowl season, Twitter has teamed up with ESPN and Ford to provide embedded replays from football games in posts sent via Twitter.
It really takes the concept of “instant replay” to a whole new level.
Listen up, sports fans, because this is pretty cool: The University of Central Florida Knights (UCF) football team has painted their Twitter handle right on the field.
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