Football’s ultimate s***house Harry McKirdy has been back to his brilliant best after an incredible celebration against his former side Carlisle United.
McKirdy brilliantly finished off a Swindon Town team move before charging over to the home fans.
The striker dusted off three separate celebrations, including his trademark machine gun, before cupping his ears to the Carlisle fans.
McKirdy had previously spent a season in the North West of England, but he was released after less than a year.
Chris Beech, then Carlisle’s boss, said: “I respect the skill sets he has got…Harry wasn’t happy…I don’t want to get a footballer in a headlock and make him do something he doesn’t want to do.”
“I never want Harry McKirdy to leave, I b***** love the little s******* so much,” one fan gleamed.
Another added: “Yesterday a lot of my focus was on enjoying McKirdy winding up their fans.”
“Harry McKirdy is one funny bloke has got the whole Carlisle United fan base on strings,” another joked.
But the taunting was expected from one Carlisle fan: “You just know McKirdy is gonna have a blinder next week and s******** us into the next century! “
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It’s not the first time that McKirdy has made headlines this season.
And the young star was thrust into the spotlight when his Swindon side drew Manchester City in the third round of the FA Cup.
McKirdy was up to his old tricks ahead of kick-off when he taunted City fans with his ‘custom’ shin pads that had a picture of Chelsea lifting last seasons Champions League title.
He even bagged a consolation goal for Swindon in the clash.
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McKirdy also infamously shared a snap of him running away from Newport County’s Kevin Ellison earlier this season.
The youngsters captioned the post: “Harry Potter running away from Voldemort.”
And the veteran Ellison wasn’t too happy with the comparison, commenting on the post: “Who you trying to have off you little g*******.”
Swindon had been scheduled to face Newport a couple of weeks later, but McKirdy was suspended for the clash.
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And, after bagging a goal and two assists over the weekend, McKirdy wasn’t done taunting the Carlisle fans.
He took to Instagram to post: “VAMOSSSS 3 F****** ZIP. Goal. 2 assists. 3 points for the chels & 3000 crying Carlisle fans. Propa f******* genius. Thanks for the reception!”