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James Milner hilariously avoids talking about his famous parody Twitter account

The England team have landed in Manaus ahead of their game against Italy tomorrow, and some members of the squad took the opportunity to meet with the fans who have traveled to Brazil to watch the Three Lions in action.

James Milner & Phil Jagielka met up with a couple of them in a Q & A session while later being interviewed by FA TV as well. Jagielka spoke about his time on Twitter after having joined just a few weeks back. He received some criticism for posting a tweet from the bench as England were in action against Ecuador. Mistakes learnt from for the Everton man.

James Milner was asked about the famous parody account dedicated to him, @BoringMilner, which portrays itself as the Man City man (or a more boring version of himself). Not quite sure why, but one always lands up laughing at the tweets sent out from that account. Milner was asked about the account and although he clearly was aware of it, he didn’t want to talk about it. Imagine being James Milner in the situation.

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