Twitter as a World Football Transfer Resource: The Best Accounts To Follow

True BlueCorrespondent IAugust 30, 2011

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As the final day of what is sure to be the busiest ever transfer window appears I thought some of you would like to add a few users to your Twitter accounts.

These have proven to be the most accurate over the longer term as well as the most likely to interact with you.

They are a mix of well connected fans, journalists and agents and none make up stories to gain readers or popularity.

I know some of them personally as well so I can vouch for their connections.

Enjoy.

@FootballAgentPM

@DanRoan

@Darren_Con

@ESPN_Stoke

@SangyFootyAgent

@FootballAgent46

@TheRealFbloke

@DuncanCastles

@FourthOfficial

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