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Geeky Teen Tottenham Fans Produce Music Video Of Mind-Numbing Awfulness (Video)

 By Alan Duffy

Having, many many moons ago, endured those awkward, gawky teenage years myself I really want not to laugh at this video, put together by a couple of young Tottenham fans. However, despite my best intentions, I simply can’t.

Sweet mother of divine Jesus! This is pure, unadulterated cringeworthy genius, based on the song “One Love” by all-time R’n’B greats Blue. The two lads even managed to get some Spurs fans to guest star in this most hilarious of videos.

Yes the lads do state on their YouTube page “We can’t sing, but we’ll sing for the shirt. Hope you like our cringeworthy comedy parody of Blue’s One Love. And thanks to everyone for getting involved and being up for a laugh!”. But, even that humble intro doesn’t lessen the heinous crimes, musical, visual and lyrical, which have taken place here.

At least I guess it’ll give Arsenal fans something to smile about this summer.

Video: WhataSaveDotCom

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By Alan Duffy on August 19th, 2013 in FAIL, Newsnow, Tottenham Hotspur, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

7 Responses to “Geeky Teen Tottenham Fans Produce Music Video Of Mind-Numbing Awfulness (Video)”

  1. Bazza says:

    Cringe is an understatement!!!!! But feel for lads, I,m sure they meant well?? Did make me laugh though, which I hope/assume it was meant to do right?? Please lads do not give up your day jobs or your school days whatever!!!!!!

  2. YID_1978 says:

    Pretty sure this was a bit of fun!!! I’ll be the first to admit though……’s quite catchy if you listen to it a second time :-)

  3. Joe says:

    Of course it’s bad, it’s a football song.

    More troubling are the lyrics. Spurs are symbolic of the distorted perception of ‘success’ in the English game. “All we want is top four!” Spurs are absolutely nowhere in the Premier League, and have never been. This hasn’t stopped the club creating it’s own myth in the last few seasons. To read about them, you’d think that somehow Gareth Bale would be mad to join Madrid and leave the Spurs project (Top FourTM). The promotion of mediocrity.

  4. The Baby Jesus says:

    Damn, those are funny!

  5. Jarren says:

    Tried clicking on it, but it says “This video is private”.

    Bloody Youtubers!

    Oh, and that video posted twice in the comments about Arsenal is pretty bad.

    And I don’t even dislike Arsenal.

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