Social Shots: Bielsa’s hilarious Ipswich gaffe, Chelsea dance moves rated

Date published: Monday 29th April 2019 3:16

Marcelo Bielsa struggles to pronounce Ipswich, Chelsea’s dance moves are assessed by a professional, and Luis Suarez gets a taste of his own medicine – all in Social Shots.

In our brand new regular feature, we take a look at the best social media posts from across the world of football in the past 24 hours. Football and social media can go hand in hand, but not everyone gets it right. Here, we celebrate those that do, highlighting the posts that have made us chuckle, the videos of wonder goals that we’ve just had to watch again, or just anything we felt simply had to be shared….


Bielsa in ‘Ispich’ gaff

The level of detail Marcelo Bielsa goes into when preparing for games is extraordinary. The Leeds boss makes sure he knows as much as possible about their opponents before they play them. So you’d think that would also include how to pronounce their name…


Harry Kane impression

Saturday saw Tottenham Hotspur lose at their new stadium for the first time, to rivals West Ham. And it gave one Hammers fan the chance to poke fun at Harry Kane with this great impression 😂


Luis Suarez gets a taste of his own medicine

Luis Suarez’s son shows that it runs in the family…


Aguero fulfills destiny

Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero’s goalline technology assisted winner against Burnley on Sunday appears to have fulfilled an ancient prophecy from China 🔮


Sevilla make CL request

Losses for Arsenal and Spurs at the weekend, coupled with the draw between Chelsea and Man Utd – sometimes it seems like no-one in the Premier League top four race really wants to qualify for the Champions League this season. Meanwhile, in Spain, Sevilla are embroiled in their own battle to qualify for the competition, so thought they’d make a request.


Peter Crouch in trophy form

We knew we recognised that PFA Player of the Year trophy…


Kompany challenges Sterling

Raheem Sterling was named the PFA Young Player of the Year last night, despite being 24 years old. And his teammate Vincent Kompany, 33, thinks that if that still counts as young, then he could have been in with a chance of winning it too.


“Rudiger would do alright on Strictly, I reckon”

To celebrate International Dance Day, Chelsea asked Strictly Come Dancing‘s Kevin Clifton to rate the dance moves shown by the club’s stars over the years. Antonio Rudiger gets a glowing report, but Clifton wasn’t impressed with Guus Hiddink…


David De Gea’s real name

After another blunder at the weekend, David De Gea’s identity has been called into question again


On this day…

How impressive was Gary Lineker’s scoring record for England?


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