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Is Norwich City’s Timm Klose the king of social media?

PUBLISHED: 13:11 15 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:26 25 July 2016

Timm Klose. Picture: Norwich City

Timm Klose. Picture: Norwich City

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Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Norwich City defender Timm Klose’s social media, where from Instagram to Snapchat, the Swiss player appears to be having a great time entertaining his fans.

Described by Twitter user Jack Reeve as “the gift that keeps on giving”, Timm Klose’s social media accounts have gained a hefty following ever since the City player left the pitch.

After his injury against Crystal Palace in April, the Switzerland international took to Snapchat to document his recovery, where he has also been taking advantage of the app’s filters and lenses, posting a string of images that feature fun overlays such as flower crowns, safari gear and slices of bread, as well as videos of himself singing along to ABBA.

The images have garnered attention on Twitter, where dozens of fans have professed their love for Klose and his account, including Chelsea Spruce who tweeted: “Timm Klose’s stories are without a doubt the best part of having Snapchat”.

Klose’s social media antics have even attracted comments from Norwich City manager Alex Neil, who joked at a press conference this morning that Klose has had “a tough pre-season”.

However it’s not without its faults, as last month Klose was seen to accidentally reveal the new Norwich City kit sponsor’s logo on his Snapchat, after a selfie appeared that showed him wearing a shirt featuring a logo for the Aviva Community Fund. The new kit wasn’t officially revealed until the beginning of July.

• What do you think of Timm Klose’s behaviour on social media? Share your thoughts in the comments below.


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