St. George’s Day may not be as big as St. Patrick’s Day, St. Andrew’s Day or St. David’s Day, but there will still be plenty of Englishmen having a beer – or doing any of these things – to celebrate on Thursday evening.
And judging by these tweets, a few well known footballers will be joining in the revelry (or not) after proudly declaring their Englishness.
Peter Crouch opted for an understated hashtag…
— Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) April 23, 2015
While Jack Wilshere was a little more enthusiastic in his patriotism…
Each day I wake up feeling proud and blessed to born English,that is a gift that nobody can ever take away from me.Enjoy your St Georges Day
— Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) April 23, 2015
Ian Wright shared a photo of him belting out the national anthem for the Three Lions…
And the strangest St. George’s Day tweet has to go to Bayern Munich defender Dante, who wrote:
Heute ist St. George Tag.
Today is St. George day.
Hoje é o dia de São Jorge. pic.twitter.com/APWZWsxEc2
— Dante Bonfim Costa (@dante_bonfim) April 23, 2015