Forget Neymar, Glenn Hoddle is the talk of Twitter during the first half of England vs Brazil
Let's be honest, despite the glamour of the visitors to Wembley on Tuesday night, England vs Brazil wasn't *really* the game generating the most interest.
During a goalless first half, those that were watching appeared more interested in ITV Sport's co-commentator for the night, Mr Glenn Hoddle. Because who cares about Neymar et al anyway, right?
Many watching the game - perhaps just those folk who didn't have Sky Sports for the Ireland-Denmark game - entertained themselves by sharing a number of (completely made up) facts about the former England manager to pass the time.
Stuff like this...
Glenn Hoddle keeps the plastic covering attached to his mobile phone screen.
— Mark 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 (@chislehurst) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle says videoing instead of videotaping
— Ricky Johnson (@R1cKYJ0hnS0n) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle insists “plain” crisps are Salt’n’Shake with the blue bags removed
— Susan (filthy remoaner)🍑🍒🍌🇪🇺 (@shushitssusan) November 14, 2017
You get the idea by now...
Glenn Hoddle turns off his music and takes out his earphones to give his full undivided attention to the safety demonstration before the aircraft takes off.
— Steven “Butch” Chandler (@butcherboy9691) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle regularly donates to a Donkey sanctuary #ENGBRA
— Chris Peacock (@chapmanj100) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle prefers the theatrical version of Blade Runner
— Various Jams (@Various_Jams) November 14, 2017
...Glenn Hoddle is the Beige Power Ranger... #ENGBRA
— Jeff Leppard (@McQ72) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle's music collection consists of every volume of Now That's What I Call Music, and absolutely nothing else.
— Hibernian Jarrovian (@BigMcStu) November 14, 2017
glenn hoddle irons the buttons on his shirts #engbra
— Rossi (@RealRossi) November 14, 2017
Glenn Hoddle buys crustless bread.
— barriebach (@Mr_barriebach) November 14, 2017
Poor Glenn. Needless to say, his name was soon soaring high in the Twitter trending tables.