The week in tweets

Tony McCoy poses with his trophy marking his 4000th career victory at Towcester racecourse on November 07, 2013
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Sports Mole looks back at the Twitter reaction to the last seven days of sporting action.
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"Buzzing with the result today, and a clean sheet to top it off! #UTV"
Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan expresses his delight at the 2-0 win over Cardiff City on Saturday.

"One thing we had to do today and we did it! Massive win, so three points and another clean sheet. I'm a happy man. #AVFCLIVE #UTV #avfc"
Defender Ron Vlaar joins his teammate in hailing the result.

"Feels like a loss for some reason! Shows how far we've come being disappointed with 1 point at stamford bridge! #Buzzingwiththegoal #WKWWA"
West Bromwich Albion striker Shane Long reacts to his side's dramatic 2-2 draw with Chelsea.

"Good victory today, happy to be back playing at anfield 😃🔴🔴"
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho made a winning return to the starting lineup, helping his side to a 4-0 victory over Fulham.

"Great day at Anfield. Clean sheet, 4 goals and 3 points. #HappyDays"
Glen Johnson also returned to the starting lineup for the match.


"Very happy about being chosen as October's player of the month in the Premier League. Thanks for all the messages, everybody!"
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero reacts to being named the Player of the Month after a scintillating run of form.

"We have book our place in the knockout round of the champions league for the very first time tonight. It feels so good !!!"
Yaya Toure is delighted that Manchester City sealed their progress from the Champions League group stages for the first time.

"Disappointed we didn't win tonight we had the chances just didn't convert-move on arsenal Sunday at OT can't wait!"
Manchester United coach Phil Neville looks ahead to today's match against Arsenal following his side's draw with Real Sociedad in the Champions League.


"Great day out @Official_RFU Twickenham. Thanks for the nice messages, very humbled right now. One more huge effort need next week though!"
England hooker Dylan Hartley puts in a man of the match display to help his side beat Argentina 31-12 at Twickenham.

"Just watching the Victory Shield here. Everything that is wrong with the modern, English game is on show here tonight. Under 16 boys wearing GPS units under their shirts being the major crime on show. Let them play FFS! Stats don't matter at this age.

"This is what happens when idiots who have never played the game or have a clue about it, have an input. Games gone. While I'm at it this EPPP thing they have rolled out is probably the footballing equivalent of mass genocide.

"It will cost us a generation of young talent. By the time they realise, they got it wrong again, it will be too late for some. Football is a simple game complicated by people who know little about it. After all, simplicity is genius."
The ever-vocal Joey Barton voices his displeasure at the state of English football as the Under-16 side fall to a shock defeat at the hands of Northern Ireland.

"Thanks for all the kind messages yesterday,was the most amazing day,every man dreams not every mans dreams come true,mine have"
Legendary jockey Tony McCoy responds to praise having ridden his 4,000th winner.

Kevin Nolan of West Ham United reacts after a chance at goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Aston Villa at the Boleyn Ground on November 2, 2013
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