Robbie Williams sings special version of Angels in honour of Spurs boss Postecoglou as fans say 'we're winning title' | The Sun

Robbie Williams sings special version of Angels in honour of Spurs boss Postecoglou as fans say 'we're winning title' | The Sun

August 28, 2023

ROBBIE WILLIAMS is the latest person to be swept up by Ange Postecoglou-mania.

The affable Aussie has taken the Premier League by storm in his early months at Tottenham, winning fans over with his brilliant personality.

Spurs fans are loving the football Postecoglou, who celebrated his 58th birthday yesterday, has got them playing.

From his very first game in charge, supporters have been singing their new boss' name – delighted to be freed from the negativity of previous regimes.

Fans have adapted the lyrics to Williams' 1997 hit Angels for their latest Postecoglou chant.

And the former Take That star appears to love it.

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Taking to Instagram, Williams posted a video of himself belting out Angels… with the Tottenham fans' Postecoglou lyrics.

He sang: "And through it all, we're playing the way we want to.

"Big Ange Postecoglou, whether I'm right or wrong.

"You can keep your Pochettino, Conte and Mourinho, and even Christian Gross.

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"'Cause everywhere we go, I'm loving Big Ange instead."

The 49-year-old, famously a Port Vale supporter, then added: "Guess I'm a Spurs fan now then."

He captioned his post: "COYS @spursofficial".

Tottenham fans absolutely loved Williams' video.

One wrote: "Best thing ever !!!"

While a second tweeted: "Ange has even icons loving him."

A third giddily commented: "Ange ball is infectious."

While another claimed: "We're winning the league."

Spurs began the season with a 2-2 draw at Brentford, just the day after Harry Kane's departure for Bayern Munich.

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They haven't missed their all-time record scorer since, however, collecting 2-0 wins over Manchester United and Bournemouth.

Postecoglou's men are next in action tomorrow, when they take on Fulham in the second round of the League Cup at Craven Cottage.

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