Welcome back to Tweets of the Week. I can tell you're absolutely buzzing about this. Here are a selection of the best tweets from the past week (plus a day). Enjoy.
Fedders is a Socceroo again.
Delighted with the @Socceroos call up ! Thanks for the messages , really looking forward to it— adam federici (@federici32) September 25, 2014
Injured winger Garath McCleary chips in on the #FIFARoyals action by being generous.
Glen Little takes a peek back at some recent history and isn't pleased with what he sees. Neither were we, Glen, neither were we.
Adkins gets some furry love in a lift.
The boss bumped into two VIPs in the lift on the way up to his press conference! pic.twitter.com/SK2q9sPi9g— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) September 28, 2014
YOU DAMN FOOL, #BerkshireNeymar, YOU DAMN FOOL. (JK, we love you really.)
Really gutted to make a big mistake today but will learn from it and time to focus on 2 big games this week coming up #urrzz— Jordan Obita (@JordanObita) September 28, 2014
Academy defender celebrates his first Reading goal with a very original Instagram post. Someone likes the collage app.
The Tilehurst End Assistant Editor Jonny had something happen to him on the new FIFA. It was odd, to say the least.
Think that 'great banter' vine applies here, too.
Academy youngsters be loving/loathing FIFA 15. Seems the Estonian kid needs some practice.
See, folks, what did I tell you? #BerkshireNEYMAR.
Jordan Obita, Reading 13-14. More a winger than a pure fullback. Guys like this are tough to profile. Very young. pic.twitter.com/ch5Iy8jkxw— Ted Knutson (@mixedknuts) October 1, 2014
Reading Women will need to start looking for a new boss.
.@ReadingFCWomen boss Jayne Ludlow will leave her post at the end of the season to take charge of the Welsh national team. Good luck Jayne!— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) October 2, 2014
THE SPORT BIBLE feature Aaron Kuhl. He's made the big leagues.