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Dong! It’s tweets of the week

Only winners go to PopWorld and the Sam Green's Sandhurst Town gif

Dong! It’s tweets of the week

The weekly Football in Berkshire round up of posts on social media from across non league football that have tickled us this week.

The latest amusing haul includes some bell ringing for Wokingham & Emmbrook and Reading City boss Simon Johnson shows how winners celebrate.

You can see previous tweets of the week here. Seen something that should be in tweets of the week? Email it to [email protected] or tag @fiberkshire on that twitter.

Ring my bell

Obviously a slip of the keyboard, but we couldn’t resist.

10 game ban please

Went to Ramsbottom United last season for a 5-5. Now this.

As a card carrying ginger (at least in Duds view), I call for the book to be thrown at the lad.

Spotter: Rob Davies

What a miss

Scoring goals is hard okay!

Spotter: Steve Gabb

Announce WiFi

Three things you need for this one.

  • Supporting non league but also following a ‘pro’ club
  • An understanding of social media and supporters insistence on clubs signing players during the transfer window by tweeting ‘announce [insert player name] after any post by an official account
  • WiFi is notoriously unreliable in ANY press box

The Blades of course had the last laugh, winning 1-0.

Spotter: Rob Davies

Only winners get in to PopWorld

When you win, there’s only one place to be.

Bonus: Sandhurst Town gif watch

A rare goal for Sam Green on Saturday as Sandhurst Town beat Chessington & Hook United mean we got to see the Greendog’s goal gif.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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