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Carlton Cole Sends Fan £400 After His Shocking Soccer AM Performance

Carlton Cole Sends Fan £400 After His Shocking Soccer AM Performance

Carlton Cole sent a fan £400 after his shocking performance on the drills during Saturday morning's Soccer AM.

The former West Ham striker was a guest on the Sky Sports show this morning and simply had a disasterclass on the 'Pro AM' segment.

However, the fan took to Twitter and shared that Cole had sent him £400 for messing up their chances of doubling their cash on the show.

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Cole verified the claim by tweeting out: '@SoccerAM definitely brought the worst and the best out of me... that's Carlton Cole for ya!'


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The former England international was praised on social media for his kind gesture.

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Cole's finishing was very poor during the challenge - so bad in fact that you would have thought that actor Ralf Little was the professional footballer and not him.

Despite the below-par performance, Cole then had the chance to make amends and double the fans' money with a 'double or quits' penalty.

But the 36-year old bottled it big-time when he tried to be cute and chipped his Panenka over the bar.

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It's not the first time a footballer has dipped into his own pocket after a poor showing on the football programme.

Jesse Lingard made a similar gesture last year when he handed six fans £100 a piece after he fluffed his spot-kick while on the show.

Topics: Football, Soccer AM, Take a bow

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Daniel is a freelancer journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.