Premier League fans strike again during Sky Sports deadline day coverage

Transfer Deadline Day excites us with shocking last-minute signings and an endless supply of outrageous rumors that dominate our Twitter feeds. But the best part of all the madness? That would be fans sabotaging Sky Sports live reports.

As is tradition, an army of Sky Sports News reporters have been stationed at club grounds across England and beyond for the coverage of the closing of the transfer window, and, as always, Premier League fans have relished the opportunity to make a mockery of themselves on live television.

We’ll update you as soon as more and more of these videos inevitably come to light. Come on everyone, surely we can do better than the two fans mimicking Joe Hart’s famous underpants dance?!

To provide some inspiration, let’s recall this all-time classic from this year’s winter transfer window:


Manchester United look to tie up Fellaini deal

It’s here! Transfer deadline day is already in full swing with big deals going through all day long. There are lots of rumors to get your teeth stuck into today, most notably the story that Marouane Fellaini is ready to push through his proposed move to Manchester United. The Everton midfielder looks set to hand in a transfer request to force the Toffees to sell him to Old Trafford.

For this rumor and the rest of today’s transfer gossip, click here.


Norwegian 8th Division club’s tempting offer to David Beckham

Hey you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take right?

Let’s have a round of applause for Orn Kristiania, the perhaps least recognizable club on the planet, for its downright hilarious contract offer to David Beckham during this transfer window.

After reviewing the letter, how Becks could possibly choose Paris over Kristiania is beyond me. I mean listen, anytime you can secure a single Kristiania coat button you have to do it.


Balotelli completes move to AC Milan


Mario Balotelli completed his much anticipated move to AC Milan today, following long talks with the clubs hierarchy. Bad boy Balotelli sported a New York Knicks cap on his way to sealing the deal!

But the buck doesn’t stop there. According to a report from the BBC, fans rioted outside a restaurant while the Italian superstar enjoyed chicken nuggets and chips with Milan’s chief Adriano Galliani (video footage provided below):

For more information on the controversial figure’s transfer click here.