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Video: A 16 Year Old Danny Ings Once Gave Soccer AM Skill Skool A Lesson In Cringeyness

Mikey Traynor
By Mikey Traynor
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Soccer AM is a TV show that was once popular before Tim Lovejoy left and they introduced segments like Skill Skool, where the spelling of the word 'school' with a 'k' was an indication of how bad this feature would become.

The Soccer AM cameras went around England to clubs and asked their youth teams to do tricks in a battle to determine a winner, despite the fact that they were not professional freestylers and could normally only do an 'around the world' and a 'neck stall', so instead the kids started trying stuff they thought was funny.


As anyone who had a Bebo account knows, what you thought was cool and funny when you were 16 is not cool or funny when you grow up. Case in point: Danny Ings.

Oh dear.

That pose... So many Bebo/MySpace flashbacks. You would think that Ings might get a bit of stick for this when he arrives at Melwood, but thankfully for him both Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson also have embarrassing teenage skill videos of them floating around cyber space.

via Sky Sports on YouTube.


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