Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday was a late substitute at McDiarmid Park this afternoon, but his greatest contribution was definitely his impromptu performance of St. Johnstone’s ‘Paint It Blue’ promo.
In case your memory needs quickly refreshing, earlier this season, Saints released a cringeworth cover of the Eiffel 65’s 1999 hit tune ‘I’m Blue’, in attempt to get as many supporters as possible wearing blue for their first home match of 2017.
They somehow managed to rope in club captain Chris Millar and Blair Alston to mime along in the toe-curling clip:
St Johnstone FC players
Blue World pic.twitter.com/lf6dT9cY2u
— InsaneFootballRetro (@scottishretrof1) January 29, 2017
Well, visiting the scene of that aforementioned video, Gers midfielder Halliday decided to try out his own rendition this afternoon.
It would be childish not to admit it definitely made us crack a smile:
— Joshua Windass (@WindassJnr) May 21, 2017
Top work, Andy.
He might have had a pretty poor season on the pitch, but at least he still knows how to crack a joke.
Will Halliday still be a Rangers player next season?