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Tranmere Rovers fans will try and rally their team at Wembley this afternoon as they come up against Newport County in the play-off final.
The League Two side are inches away from promotion after beating Forest Green in the play-off semi-final last week and one man in particular was over the moon with the result.
Premier League referee and all-round entertainer Mike Dean gave the world further reason to adore him after he was spotted celebrating like he'd just scored the winner in a World Cup final.
If you haven't seen this yet then you're in for a treat. Take it away, Michael...
:tada::stadium: - MIKE DEAN AND TRANMERE ARE HEADING TO WEMBLEY!- Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) May 13, 2019
The Premier League referee cannot hide his excitement at The New Lawn as his side secure their place in the play-off final! :fire: pic.twitter.com/ZCrOur7xbn
Whether the man himself will turn up to Saturday's final is anyone's guess, but they is sure to plenty of imposters roaming the streets of London in the coming hours.
That's because a number of supporters will be wearing Mike Dean masks, after footage emerged online of a group of fans wearing the incredible fancy dress idea.
Twitter user @ posted a picture from the bus full of fans, while a video soon emerged, capturing the rapturous scenes.
It's understandable as to why Dean is being lauded as one of the all-time greats.
From letting Lewis Dunk know to leave the pitch by saying "off you pop!" to becoming the first referee to reach 100 red cards, it has been a sensational season for the 50-year-old.
And perhaps he gave us his greatest moment ever last week, establishing himself as a proper Tranmere Ultra.
Mike Dean was going wild in the Tranmere end tonight :joy: pic.twitter.com/7cCWYxFKLT- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) May 13, 2019
This is everything I ever wanted in my life. Mike Dean. What a man pic.twitter.com/a0GEgYJAB4- Aaron Flanagan (@aaronflan) May 13, 2019
Can Tranmere secure League One status in the 3pm kick-off?
Let us know in the comments.
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