FC Dallas related twitters
The only FCD player who is active and interesting, is Heath Pearce (@HeathPearce4). There are other players who have accounts, like Jason Yeisley (@jyeisley) for example, but Pearce if the only one I know of that is active. Josh Lambo (@JoshuaLambo), currently on loan with Tampa Bay Rowdies is fairly prolific.
Perhaps equally as fun as Pearce could be Pearce's mustache (@HeathsStache), which just started it's own twitter. Likely even more controversial and edgy than Pearce's mustache is the fake Schellas Hyndman (@schellasisagod).
Also of note is the official FCD Web twitter (@FCDallasWeb), FCD PR head Leigh Anne Gullett (@LAGullett), and the effervescent Bobby Rhine (@BobbyRhine). FCD Youth (@FCDallasYouth) also has a twitter. The Inferno (@Inferno_FCD), the FCD supporters group, has a twitter as well.
And last, but not least, with an FCD connection is former FCD player Jamie Watson (@jamiewatson22) who was tearing it up for the Austin Aztex until his injury. Watson is both a frequent and interesting twitterer.
Is twitterer even a word?
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