From a bedroom in Cork to live UK television.
Cork comedian Richy Sheehy's character Kevin Murphy went viral this week after his Liverpool chant, to the tune of The Archies' 'Sugar, Sugar' was shared on YouTube. The Amsterdam-based sang and utilised some rough-and-ready instruments to ensure it became one of the most catchy chants of the year.
Sheehy made it onto Soccer AM this morning, and with the help of the studio audience and Jimmy Bullard sang his version.
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) January 13, 2018
The rendition has proved hugely popular online.
Can’t wait to hear Salah, oh Mane Mane, Bobby Fimino but we sold Coutinho at Anfield Sunday....
— David Meyler (@DavidMeyler) January 11, 2018
I’m a Man Utd fan but why can’t I get that Salah song/chant out of my head..... @BBCR1 you are evil, listening to Richy Sheehy yesterday lunch time was not my best moment #SalahOhhhhManéMané.... #foff
— Stephen Ferris (@StephenFerris6) January 12, 2018
Best thing I’ve watched and he looks like @_seankenny
— Dec Patton (@DecPatton7) January 13, 2018
Just hope we don’t start singing we sold Hazard and we got Bakayoko!!!
— Chelsea FC Fan Club (@KanteBlueArmy) January 13, 2018
Anfield's stadium announcer has said he would play the backing track during the Liverpool versus Manchester City game tomorrow.
I WILL be playing "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies on Sunday before anyone asks
— George Sephton (@VoiceOfAnfield) January 11, 2018
The 'biggest Liverpool fan in Cork' may have been a comedic bit but it seems his chant will soon be echoing around Anfield.