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In a League of His Own: Canterbury City FC Player Marks Late Arrival With Cheeky Dance Moves

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In a League of His Own: Canterbury City FC Player Marks Late Arrival With Cheeky Dance Moves

In a League of His Own: Canterbury City FC Player Marks Late Arrival With Cheeky Dance Moves

Canterbury City FC’s Mobolaji Dawodu marked his late arrival to the club’s FA Vase Cup quarter-final clash against Biggleswade FC on Sunday, February 24, by performing a song and dance for his teammates.

Footage shared to the Canterbury City FC Twitter account before the game shows Dawodu dancing his way into the dressing room before he sings some lines from La Bamba.

Luckily for Dawodu, his late arrival didn’t negatively affect his team’s performance in the quarter-final, as the club defeated Biggleswade FC 2-1.

Canterbury City FC will face Cray Valley PM in the FA Vase Cup semi-final.

Credit: Canterbury City FC via Storyful

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