‘Micah Richards for Prime Minister’: Fans revel in BBC pundit’s antics as the former Manchester City defender jumps around and sings Kidderminster songs as the minnows look to shock West Ham in the FA Cup
- Fans have hailed Micah Richards’ antics ahead of Kidderminster v West Ham
- Former Manchester City defender Richards is working as a pundit for BBC Sport
- The National League North side are hosting West Ham in the FA Cup fourth round
- Richards sang songs and jumped around with Harriers fans before the game
Fans have hailed Micah Richards’ antics as the former Manchester City defender joined in with Kidderminster fans’ songs ahead of their FA Cup tie against West Ham.
National League North Kidderminster, in the sixth tier, host the Premier League side at Aggborough Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the fourth round of the competition.
And BBC Sport pundit Richards joined a bundle of Harriers fans, bouncing around and singing ‘Kidderminster are massive’ with infectious energy and enjoyment.
Fans have praised Micah Richards (centre) for his antics while working as a BBC Sport pundit
The former Manchester City defender is working at the Kidderminster v West Ham FA Cup tie
The post reads: ‘Think @MicahRichards is enjoying himself with the @khfcofficial fans,’ followed by a laughing emoji.
And football fans quickly took to social media to praise Richards for his enthusiasm.
One simply said: ‘Micah Richards for Prime Minister,’ with another adding: ‘The bloke’s a breath of fresh air!’
Richards bounced around and sang songs, leading fans to praise his enthusiasm on Twitter
A third said: ‘Best pundit in the game now,’ while someone else continued: ‘Micah Richards is an absolute gem of a pundit, top quality’.
Another joked: ‘See what happens when you are not around @GaryLineker,’ followed by a laughing emoji, referencing the Match of the Day presenter.
And one declared Richards needs his own TV programme, saying: ‘@MicahRichards should have his own show!’