'Be careful what you're posting' – Liverpool star Fabinho forced to tell stunning wife Rebeca off for tweets | The Sun

LIVERPOOL star Fabinho admits he has asked his wife Rebeca Tavares to "be careful" about what she posts on social media.

Tavares has been very active on Twitter and regularly interacts with fans of the Reds as she has taken the club to her heart over the past four years.

Fabinho doesn't see most of her tweets as he's not active on social media but "always" requests that she errs on the side of caution when she's online.

However, the midfielder is pleased with what he's seeing so far as it seems like the fans "love" her.

Fabinho told The Athletic: “I’ve heard about this.

“I’m not into Twitter too much, it’s not for me, but sometimes I’ll hear that she’s posted something. I always say, ‘Rebeca, just be careful what you’re posting!’.

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“I’m not on there so I don’t see most of it. But the fans seem to love her so it’s all good."

Fabinho met Tavares during his brief time in Spain where he was on loan at Real Madrid from Rio Ave almost nine years ago.

The 27-year-old was a talented footballer herself as she played for Monaco Women.

She often attends the Brazil international's games and always offers feedback regarding his performances.

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Fabinho added: "She loves coming to the games and sometimes when I go home we’ll talk about what happened on the pitch.

"Sometimes I’ll ask her what she thought about the game and whether she thought I played well. But she always says I played good! I don’t think she’s impartial.

“Sometimes I can tell by the look on her face that maybe it wasn’t so good.

"She knows me so well. She knows that sometimes I’m angry and don’t want to talk about the game and she always respects that.”

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