Diane Brittain, whose husband Richard Brittain plays midfield for Ross Country, launched the stinging attack on users of the social networking site after he withdrew from a pre-contract agreement to move to St Johnstone.
Brittain was inundated with internet hate-mail following the decision, with some accusing him of being motivated by greed. The Perth club reportedly had to pay £40,000 after he decided to stay in Dingwall.
In a heartfelt blog post, Mrs Brittain has launched a stinging attack on the fans who directed abuse at her husband, saying there was no excuse for their "disgusting" behaviour.
She also revealed that her family had decided to stay in the Highlands because she was suffering from post-natal depression after a difficult pregnancy with daughter Elle.
The mother, who is a volunteer for the charity Pregnancy Sickness Support, said her husband had mainly kept a dignified silence but felt she had to speak out.
She wrote: "I can understand fans in Perth being disgruntled. But that doesn't excuse some of the disgusting abuse they have subjected my husband to on a daily basis."
She added: "The decision to stay in the Highlands was a family one. It was decided that was what was best all round in order for me to recover.
"Doesn't everyone make decisions based on what is best for their family? What other people think means little to me, but it's gone too far when the person who has been my biggest support is getting abuse on a daily basis."
Mrs Brittain suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) during her pregnancy, a condition that manifests as a very severe form of morning sickness and can be dangerous to both expecting mothers and developing infants.
The illness left her very weak after her daughter was born, and she did not recognise the signs she was also suffering from post-natal depression for several months.
She said: "After a horrific pregnancy, I was looking forward to feeling normal again and enjoying life as a mum. Unfortunately, as the days and months went on, the crying continued and I got so low I wanted to go to sleep and never wake up again."
By the time she had spoken to a doctor the decision to move to Perth had already been made, but her diagnosis left the family with no option but to remain in Dingwall while she recovered.
However, none of this was made public at the time and the river of internet abuse directed at her husband continued, with fans claiming he was motivated by money, or branding him a "disgrace" and a "dithering turncoat" or worse.
Mrs Brittain wrote: "I escaped with relatively no abuse, despite people assuming we stayed because of my awful pregnancy."
"My husband, however, has taken a lot of stick and been accused of being offered more money and getting greedy.
"One fan even made a comment on a photo my husband posted of my daughter's toy. Too far!"
She is the latest female to stand up to those who use the Twitter messaging service to harass people in the public eye. Historian Mary Beard and activist Caroline Criado-Perez, were among a several high-profile women who have been savaged by trolls Labour MP Stella Creasy also received rape threats. Twitter later apologised to those who had been targeted.