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could something like this be brought into the media side of the game,nowadays there are alot of high profile footballers using sites such as twitter and facebook to keep in touch with there fans,so there i was looking at jose enriques and i came across a link titled Newcastle boss Pardew lines up Twitter
ban after Enrique reveals injury four
hours ahead of Spurs match,this could lead to conflicts with the player in question or lead to questions in a press conference situation regarding to something the player has said on his site.just another feature which could add to the realism???


Read more: [url]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1342420/Newcastle-boss-Alan-Pardew-lines-Twitter-ban-Jose-Enrique-gaffe.html#ixzz19jK4eZKd[/url]

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