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Compilation Of Micah Richards Laughing Non-Stop Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today

Josh Lawless

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Compilation Of Micah Richards Laughing Non-Stop Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today

Someone has put together a video of Micah Richards laughing and it's genuinely the best thing you'll watch today.

The former Manchester City and England defender has been a regular pundit for the likes of BBC and Sky Sports this season and in addition to his analysis, fans have been accustomed to hearing his infectious laugh on our screens.

Richards, with his warm and vibrant personality, is seemingly always in the middle of a laughing fit - whether he's arguing with Roy Keane or having a little dig at how old Gary Lineker is.

He's genuinely got the most hysterical laugh around - so it's no surprise he seriously struggled in a "don't laugh" challenge against former teammate Shaun Wright-Phillips.

This two minute video, made up from a whole host of clips across Sky, BBC, Manchester City and Aston Villa's channels, really is a barrel of laughs and you can't help but enjoy it.

It's garnered over 300,000 views and counting on Twitter and the sheer amount of shares led to Richards trending on Twitter on Saturday morning.

Richards and straight-laced Keane have proved to be a brilliant punditry odd couple on our screens this year, producing a number of priceless moments.

Their exchange before the Manchester derby about Richards "bursting onto the scene" in March was hilarious, as were their indifferent reactions to Aston Villa's celebrations after they avoided relegation on the final day.

Never change, Micah.

Topics: Manchester City, Micah Richards, Sky Sports, Roy Keane

Josh Lawless
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