Leyton Orient fan mimics Bromley subs’ warm-up in hilarious video
Leyton Orient fan in full football kit draws laughter from the crowd by mimicking Bromley substitute’s warm-up routine
- A Leyton Orient fan made the home crowd laugh by mimicking a Bromley player
- The supporter was dressed in a full kit and copied the Bromley subs’ warm-up
- He matched the player stride for stride as they jogged up and down the touchline
- Leyton Orient won Saturday’s match 3-1 to go top of the National League table
A Leyton Orient supporter had the crowd at Brisbane Road in hysterics over the weekend by mimicking a Bromley substitutes’ warm-up routine.
The Orient fans were already in high spirits, having seen their team come from behind to take a 3-1 lead against Bromley before one of their own decided to rub salt in the wounds.
Dressed in the full football kit, the fan matched a Bromley sub stride for stride as they jogged up and down the touchline from different sides of the advertising hoardings.
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A Leyton Orient fan drew laughter from the home crowd for mimicking a Bromley substitute
The Orient supporter wore a full kit and copied the substitute’s warm-up routine on Saturday
This Leyton Orient fan at the game today… ??? (@georgegurkz) #LOFC pic.twitter.com/WeUNR3M1Cn
The Orient fan flicked his feet to his hands and lifted his knees in the air in synchronisation with the Bromley player, who done well to keep his cool after noticing what was going on.
The home crowd lapped it up and found the situation hilarious while stewards at the ground failed to intervene.
The fan was wearing Orient’s red away kit, which matched the colours of Bromley.
One Orient supporter wrote on Twitter: ‘Someone needs to buy this man a beer for this. Had me dying.’
One Orient fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Someone needs to buy this man a beer. Had me dying’
The Stewards failed to intervene but the Bromley player done well to keep his cool
The Bromley player stopped his warm-up to watch his team come close to scoring
The laughing and joking in the stands is indicative of the feelgood factor currently surrounding Orient.
Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Bromley saw the O’s go top of the National League, one point above Salford.
And if current form is anything to go by, Orient fans will be confident of having the last laugh as manager Justin Edinburgh attempts to take them back into the Football League after a two-year hiatus.
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