A new Twitter trend caught our attention on Saturday, anchored by the hashtag: #MyLeastFavorite4Words. That got us thinking, what would some of Europe's biggest clubs Tweet to express their feelings?
Let's take a look:
Chelsea: Diego Costa to China
Losing their star striker would bring in a lot of cash, but they'd be without a reliable goal-scoring threat.
Manchester United: There's always Europa League
The last time United were in the Champions League was 2015-16. They didn't make it into the current competition, and odds of sneaking into next year's slots seem long. They could worm their way in with a Europa League title, though!
Real Madrid: Ronaldo's out of gel
The old adage is: Look good, play good. But if you can't find your favorite hair gel, how can you possibly look good?
Manchester City: John Stones all alone
If you feel a shake in Manchester from time to time, don't worry. It's just the collective shudder of City fans when Stones finds himself in a 1v1.
Getty ImagesGetty Images
Barcelona: Luis Suarez is hungry
Keep your shoulders and arms away from the Uruguayan.
Tottenham: Madrid want Harry Kane
First, Madrid came for Luka Modric. Then, they came for Gareth Bale. Would they go back to the well for Tottenham's best player again? That'd be rude.
Jean CatuffeGetty Images
PSG: Barcelona have scored again
Sorry, PSG. You were on the wrong end of history in Barcelona's epic comeback, and people won't soon forget it.
Getty ImagesClive Brunskill
Liverpool: Stevie G just slipped
Liverpool could have clinched their first EPL title, and their first top-flight title since 1990 in 2014, but they let it slip away. Literally. Reds captain Steven Gerrard slipped collecting a ball against Chelsea in a match that could have decided the title. Demba Ba pounced after the slip and Chelsea won the match, opening the door for Liverpool to be leapfrogged in the table.
Bayern Munich: Muller's only getting older
The Bavarians are so damn good that even their least favorite four words aren't that bad. Thomas Muller has gone from deadly to pedestrian this season and all after he was the subject of intense transfer interest. They probably could have made a mint for him a year or two ago. Now, he's 27 and only getting older.
Getty ImagesGetty Images
Arsenal: Wenger In/Wenger Out
Arsenal fans are showing more fighting among themselves than their players are on the pitch. That's not a good thing. Pick a side, but put the airplanes away.
Bongarts/Getty ImagesAlex Grimm
Borussia Dortmund: Bayern Munich just called
Bayern Munich looooove snapping up Dortmund's very best players. They've raided Dortmund for Robert Lewandowski (for free!), Mats Hummels and many others. With so much young talent in Dortmund's starting XI, when will BVB's bitter rivals begin sniffing around to plot another plunder?
Juventus: Look, a new logo!
Juventus introduced their new logo earlier this year, and people weren't particularly keen on it. Would another rebrand help things? Probably not. They've already taken the brunt of the heat for this redesign, best to just stick it out.