Many Bristol City fans have given their frank opinions to the voice of one of their players, Taylor Moore.
The defender recently penned a new contract with the club, tying him at Ashton Gate until 2021.
Moore took an interesting route to join Bristol City. The youngster moved to France when he was seven, growing up in Lens’ youth academy and then joined the Robins in the summer of 2016. Indeed, after spending time on loan at Southend last season, the Walthamstow-born ace looks to have established himself in the first-team this season, playing 270 minutes of Championship football already.
In the video, Moore can be seen stood on a chair at the club with a Bristol City top on, doing his best version of ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’ by The Script.
You can make out your own judgement on his voice by watching the video below – but let’s just say a lot of others in the room can’t help but laugh during it.
A new contract means @TaylorD_Moore has to sing again…
Rate his vocals:
— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) August 19, 2019
Head Coach Lee Johnson said: “Taylor has earned his stripes by going out and playing League Two and League One football.
“His attitude has been exemplary and he fully deserves his new contract given his start to this season, both in pre-season and the games played already.”
Below are some of the best responses to the video from the Bristol City Twitter feed…
Stick to football mate….
— Grumpy Old Git (@GrumpyOldGit5) August 19, 2019
0 – bloody terrible
— Taylor Moore (@TaylorD_Moore) August 19, 2019
The we are staying up sounded a lot better
— Adam (@croucher222) August 20, 2019
Cancel the contract!!
— P A T C H (@PatchWarner) August 19, 2019
— Aplin (@SamAplin14) August 19, 2019
Would they have left that tray of biscuits unguarded if Tomlin was still in the building?
— Bob (@BlokeCalledBob) August 19, 2019
Terrible singing….wonderful hair! @HordurM34 would appreciate that trim
— Baltsman (@Baltsman) August 19, 2019
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— Sarge (@sargentcidered) August 20, 2019