Face to face with … everyone on Twitter
Posted: 15 November 2011 Time: 11:43 am
Daine Klate announces the birth of his son, Mark Fish speaks out on Brazil's World Cup, Anele Ngcongca admits he's homesick and Benni McCarthy's birthday bash – check out the latest buzz on Twitter …
If you want the news before the clubs and players even know about it, Twitter is the place to do your research.
Not only that, you can also chat directly to the stars – although whether they will have time to reply is another matter.
You can also connect with KickOff.com on the social network – we will ALWAYS answer your questions and laugh at your jokes :)
Here's what's been happening in the world of soccer in cyberspace:
KickOff.com editor Ryan Cooper was incredulous at the comparisons being made between Suarez and Messi ...
KICK OFF deputy editor Melissa Reddy couldn’t resist telling her followers how brilliant KickOff.com is – and rightly so!
He may not be playing soccer at the moment, but Ryan Botha still has some words of wisdom for his followers:
RyanBotha: Some people use social networks to taunt, abuse and talk shit about other people. Be a man and say it to their face....just a thought
Daine Klate had some exciting news, announcing the birth of his second son!
Klatey: Welcome to our 2nd born son Alexander Klate.. 14/11/11 at 1h30am... Thanks be to God!!!!
Steven Pienaar came away from Bafana Bafana's draw in the Nelson Mandela Challenge in a positive mood.
Therealstevenpi: Happy to be playing for Bafana. Good draw against a strong Ivory Coast team. Thanks for all your support!
Benni McCarthy was inundated with birthday congratulations on November 12, and returned to Twitter just in time to receive them:
bennimccarthy17: @therealstevenpi @RobMooreSoccer and @_matthewmoore have convinced me to come back on to twitter haha!!!
Henrico Botes was updating his followers on the Namibian national team camp.
_henna9: Im off to Djibouti with the Namibian National Team. #Bravewarriors
Bidvest Wits goalie Eduan Naude and his teammates were doing some testdriving.
eduannaude36: Also did a test drive with the new Citroën DS4... Fell slightly in love with this car! yfrog.com/h2rsbmbyj
Mark Fish, who is never afraid to speak his mind on Twitter, had some thoughts about the world's attitude to South Africa …
markfish74: Imagine brazil is unable to host the world cup!Drugs/violence/just not ready!we will host it again and Bafana will qualify !happy days!
It seems Bradley Grobler is excited and enthusiastic about his Bafana chance.
Bradley_Grobler: Looking so forward to tomoz,also want to wish my club GOZTEPE all the best of luck for their game.
Anele Ngcongca, who plays for Genk in Belgium, obviously felt a twinge of homesickness on Bafana camp.
thetera16: Home is were i belong
Rio Ferdinand had some parenting advice for his 1,632,690 followers.
rioferdy5: Kids need routine! My lil men try+test me+they get the "Sit down shaaaaat up + eat your dinner before i #bodyslam you" treatment! #toughLove
Meanwhile, there were some inspiring words from Ryan Babel of Hoffenheim.
RyanBabel: Choose who inspires you not only for how much the have materially but also how they behave spiritually #Integrity