Former Celtic striker Frank McAvennie is known for his late winner against Dundee United in the 1988 Scottish Cup Final. The attacker had an impressive scoring record at Celtic Park and with English side West Ham but he has since moved into the realm of punditry. However, in what can only be described as bizarre, McAvennie has appeared in a video for band The Ronains.
It’s a lovely night for some Funtime Frankie!
Starting the coolest cat in Glasgow @MaccaFrank – https://t.co/bBPo0PteRJ@jamesenglish0 @GBXANTHEMS @TommyFlanagan @ClydeSSB @JohnHartson10 @bevlyons @djsuziemcguire @ginaontheradio @GoRadio @martin_compston
Next up @bbcstrictly pic.twitter.com/f7h6ptMn7g
— The Ronains (@theronains) May 31, 2021
McAvennie was a skilful player with the ball at his feet but his dance moves leave an awful lot to be desired. The song seems to be about Frank(ie) and gets caught at the back of your head.