A thread of Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson as iconic film scenes has gone viral on Twitter.
Posted by Scott Innes (@Flying_Inside), the thread featured photos of Hodgson mimicking various movie characters, including Harry Potter, Ron Burgundy and the Joker.
It’s safe to say we’ve found our new favourite Twitter thread.
The tweet of Hodgson alongside a T-Rex from Jurassic Park is nothing short of unbelievable.
Then there’s him clapping in the same manner as Heath Ledger’s Joker did in the 2008 classic The Dark Knight.
Let’s get into it…
The football suspension means we’re all desperate for content to keep us going, as this is certainly it.
The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 due to the coronavirus crisis and there’s no definitive date for its return.
Hodgson has weighed in on how best to conclude the season and he believes it must be completed without “artificial” methods of determining places.
“Everyone is in total agreement we need an end to this season,” the 72-year-old said, per Sky Sports.
“We don't want artificial means of deciding who wins the league, who gets into the Champions League, who gets relegated and promoted.
"Ideally our players would have three or four weeks' minimum to prepare for the first match back, but I accept there may have to be a squeeze on that timeframe.
"It might mean extra restrictions at our place of work - the training ground - for example. It may also mean that we have to play our nine remaining matches in a shorter period of time than we normally would have done, and subsequently receive a shorter break between the seasons.
"But I think with all of these sacrifices - and I am uncomfortable using that word in such a context - everyone will be more than happy to go along with what it takes in order to get playing again as soon as possible in order to get the season finished."
We desperately hope that Scott Innes continues adding to his thread in the meantime.
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