10 Most Influential World Cup 2010 Players on Twitter

The 2010 World Cup ceremony officially started today, sending the world into a soccer (/football) frenzy. If watching the games and checking the news isn’t enough of a fix for you, we’ve got the top 10 World Cup Players on Twitter. These are not necessarily the best players, but the ones who have the most Twitter influence. Obviously, they don’t all tweet in English (the first four are from Latin America). Who are the biggest surprises?

See the list below or on Twitter.

1. Kaká, Brazil

2. Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Mexico

3. Sergio Agüero, Argentina

4. Luis Fabiano, Brazil

5. Jozy Altidore, United States

6. Stuart Holden, United States

7. Maurice Edu, United States

8. Andrés Guardado, Mexico

9. Landon Donovan, United States

10. Carles Puyol, Spain

After you’ve followed these tweeting players we also recommend you check out Twitter’s World Cup 2010 page. For more sources, also check out Mashable’s HOW TO: Follow the 2010 World Cup on Twitter. So, how are you using Twitter to follow the games?


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