Wealdstone Raider.

Wealdstone Raider caught causing trouble at Whitehawk again

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Who is Gordon Hill?

What do you mean you don't know!? Perhaps you know him by his other name: the Wealdstone Raider. Yes, now you're up to date.

It seems like only yesterday when he caused an Internet sensation after appearing to cause trouble at a non-league football match against someone twice his size.


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In fact, his "You want some" has become something of a catchphrase amongst serious football lads.

First posted on YouTube in March 2013, the video is approaching 10m views and even earned him a record deal – he challenged Simon Cowell's X Factor winner for the Christmas No.1 in 2014 but didn't win.

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But obviously not content with his first 15 minutes of fame, Mr Hill has caused another Internet storm after appearing to cause yet more trouble at an away day at Whitehawk FC.

Here is the tweet currently making the rounds on Twitter:

You can't blame him for being wound up. Whitehawk ran out 3-0 winners to leave Wealdstone's faint hopes of a play-off place in tatters.

And just for your viewing please, here is the original video:

And, if you have time, here is his single

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