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Poll: Should Footballers Be On Twitter?

darren bent twitter Poll: Should Footballers Be On Twitter?

The controversy over Premier League footballers using Twitter has hit the mainstream with Darren Bent getting in trouble after criticizing Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.

But the question for you, the football fan, is this — should footballers be on Twitter? Vote below and let us know, and feel free to click the comments link at the bottom of this post to share your opinion.

There are definitely pros and cons to both sides of the argument. Vote now! And don’t forget to follow EPL Talk on Twitter.

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