Ian Wright ‘borrows Michelin Man’s coat’ for ITV FA Cup as followers in stitches
The Arsenal legend definitely got here dressed for the freezing temperatures as he took no possibilities and wore the most important coat he might discover, together with an identical woolly hat and gloves.
However, Wright’s typically daring style statements didn’t hit the again of the web this time, as followers have been fast to poke enjoyable at his khaki coat.
One touch upon Twitter learn: “Ian Wright borrowing the Michelin Man’s winter coat for the live FA Cup game today.”
A second quipped: “I don’t think Ian Wright’s coat is big enough…” A 3rd added: “Ian Wright’s coat looks toasty…” While a fourth joked: “Incredible coat from Ian Wright. Who’s he hiding in there?!”
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Another amused viewer commented: “Ian Wright’s coat is just mad.” With a sixth saying: “Are we going to have a chat about Ian Wright’s coat?”
Wright was part of ITV’s match protection for National League Eastleigh’s FA Cup recreation in opposition to League One strugglers Reading. The winner of the tie will face both Newport County or Barnet away within the third spherical.
A courageous begin from the hosts noticed former Manchester United goalkeeper Joel Pereira labored early on as Ruben Selles’ facet additionally featured ex-United teen and son of Robbie Savage, Charlie Savage.
Eastleigh’s facet featured former Newcastle United defender Ludwig Francillette who joined The Spitfires in the summertime after leaving League Two’s Crawley Town.
The Guadeloupe defender spoke solely to the Daily Star Sport within the construct as much as the conflict, saying how he has felt at house since making the transfer, he mentioned: “The fans were great, they were good people and they made me feel welcome in the city.”
Francillette additionally revealed how he nonetheless follows Newcastle regardless of leaving St James’ Park in 2021, he continued: “They love their football and they know about all the teams, the under-23s, the youth team. It was a good experience.
“I’ve got a lot of mates from Newcastle who are now playing at League One, League Two, some still at the club. I’m still following the club. It [the takeover] is a good thing for them.”