Here are some things Boring Milner has been up to recently:
I told Baines I liked his boots. He said Thanks. I said Did you buy them in a sports shop? He nodded. I said I got mine in a sports shop too
— Boring James Milner (@BoringMilner) May 30, 2014
I sent Yaya a birthday message but he said It's not his birthday. It was so funny, I bet he hasn't stopped laughing. pic.twitter.com/XCvpnaCBwU
— Boring James Milner (@BoringMilner) May 20, 2014
I went to turn on the FA Cup final at 3pm but when I did I remembered it is a 5pm kick off. I'm still chuckling to myself about it now.
— Boring James Milner (@BoringMilner) May 17, 2014
With around 250,000 followers, it’s obvious Boring Milner is pretty popular on Twitter.
The City midfielder also admitted that he has looked at the account this week while speaking to the press at England’s World Cup training camp in Miami,
And he revealed that he had his suspicions about who was behind it all.
It’s not doing badly, whoever it is
“My foundation has 15,000 for the charity. It’s good fun. I’ve read a few of them and some of them are very funny. My mates don’t mention it, no. I’d like the James Milner Foundation to have as many followers as that.”
“We went through this at the club, wondering who it was. There were a few tweets about Asda, so I was asking the masseurs where they shopped. I don’t shop in Asda. I don’t think it’s at the club, no. Who knows? It’s good fun.
“I’ve never got close enough to actually accuse anyone of running it. I thought I had, but I realised they didn’t have enough banter.”
So the mystery continues – do you know who is behind Boring Milner?