Cool Twitter accounts to follow during the World Cup

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Henry Winter @henrywinter

You will find that the Daily Telegraph Football Correspondent is a great person to follow on Twitter. Obviously with the Daily Telegraph being a UK-based newspaper Henry gives great insight into the England camp.

Baha Salamah @LifeofBaha

Baha Salamah makes comedy YouTube videos about football and provides an interesting perspective on the World Cup as a football (soccer) lover living in the United States where American Football, baseball and basketball etc dominate in the popularity stakes.

All Things Jabu @ATJabu

The Twitter account of www.allthingsjabu.co.za the blog site edited by @TyronBarnard (SAB Blogger of the year 2012) and his team of @DirkVale @BtheBumbleBee and @LouisHiemstra provide a uniquely South African angle of the tournament. The blog not only covers football stories but an array of other sports. It is definitely worth clicking that follow button for any sport lover.

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

ESPN FC provides all the latest news and opinions of the FIFA World Cup. You wouldn’t want to miss out on that.

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