Twitter, as everyone knows, can be an absolute cesspool of hate, bitterness and bile. But it has its downsides as well.
If you only followed The 94th Minute, Twitter would be just great.
A scroll of his timeline yields the best there is in our sport. From grass-roots to Champions League, he follows it and he tweets it. And he likes it.
It doesn’t matter where you are or what is going on in your life but you can be at your wits’ end and scrabbling about on the floor in a seedy karaoke room in Sangju and suddenly your phone buzzes:
And all is right with the world.
The 94th Minute wins the “You’ve Got A Friend” award.*
(*Award revoked if he fails to like this when it’s tweeted).