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Robbie Williams singing about Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou is 2023's wildest crossover

Josh Lawless

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Robbie Williams singing about Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou is 2023's wildest crossover

Robbie Williams has sang Spurs' version of his hit single 'Angels' - in tribute to new boss Ange Postecoglou.

The experienced Australian has had a fantastic start to life at the North London club, with Spurs unbeaten and taking three points from their first three Premier League games.

They drew against Brentford in the opener before recording 2-0 wins over Manchester United and Bournemouth.

Spurs have not only showcased an exciting brand of football that the fans can enjoy, but Postecoglou has also been a breath of fresh air.

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Supporters have came up with a catchy song for their new boss, to the tune of one of the greatest karaoke classics.

And former Take That member Williams, a staunch Port Vale, has given it his complete seal of approval.

He posted a video of him singing it on his social media channels, with Spurs fans absolutely lapping it up.

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The lyrics are: "And through it all.. we're playing the way we want to... big Ange Postecoglou... whether I'm right or wrong.

"You can keep your Pochettino, Conte and Mourinho, and even Christian Gross. Cos everywhere we go … I’m loving Big Ange instead.”

The video has gone viral and one can't wait to hear what Postecoglou has to say about it when he's asked in his next press conference.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty
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The 58-year-old's name was chanted prior to the Brentford game but Postecoglou doesn't feel he's fully deserving of being serenaded just yet.

"It means a lot but I'm not comfortable with it," he said.

"You love what it means. For the most part it's blind faith. I haven't earned it yet. Hopefully when the day comes that we deliver something it will mean even more.

"I'm not dismissive of it and I'm very appreciative of it but it reminds me of the responsibility that I have to repay that faith."

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Spurs are in action again on Tuesday in a Carabao Cup tie against Fulham, before they play Burnley on Saturday September 2.

Featured Image Credit: Robbie Williams

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Ange Postecoglou, Celtic, Premier League

Josh Lawless
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