The veteran footballers started arguing about politics this week after ex-England player Waddle gave his opinion on Theresa May's leadership troubles.
He tweeted saying: "Well done Theresa May, now let's leave Brexit with no deal we will be fine."
But Remainer Gary Lineker hit back – calling on his ex-teammate to "stick to football".
Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton then got stuck in, praising top Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg for his unflappable manner.
He tweeted: "Have been so impressed with @Jacob_Rees_Mogg @Conservatives @itvnews with interviews in the last few days.
"He really knows what he is talking about and puts it across in a calm and calculated manner!"
Lineker – who's campaigned for a second EU referendum – replied: "What’s that old saying? You should never see a tweet from your heroes?"
And former player and manager Peter Reid joked: "I’ll agree to disagree on that one Goalie. He’s loopy, doesn’t know his a**e from his elbow."
Leaver Shilton then suggested a BBC Question Time-style debate and tagged Lineker, Waddle and Reid.
He wrote: "Squad line up lads – live debate ? @bbcquestiontime @GaryLineker @chriswaddle93 @reid6peter".
Lineker then made a nod to England's heartbreaking defeat to West Germany in the 1990 World Cup semi-final, as he replied: "For your sake, I hope it doesn’t go to penalties".
Waddle later deleted his original tweet after being trolled by Remainers.
Lineker, Waddle and Shilton played in Italy together during the 1990 World Cup – the last time England reached the semi-finals before this year.
Sam Allardyce put his oar in and blasted the whole Government, telling talkSPORT: "Get them out! Absolute disgrace!"
Cricket legend Michael Vaughan also got involved in the political debate, saying: "Give me a Donald Trump style leader over any of our leaders any day of the week."
Mrs May secured her future last night by winning a vote of her MPs, but with more than 100 opposing her she will struggle to get her Brexit deal through Parliament.
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