Justin Bieber pictured in Everton kit

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Everton’s poor season went from bad to worse recently as it was revealed that Justin Bieber has become the club's latest supporter.

Roberto Martinez’s men have struggled this season and their New Year’s Day defeat at Hull – their fourth in a row – leaves them just four points above the relegation zone in 13th place.

But their league standing will be the least of their concerns after infamous American pop star Bieber was pictured playing football in a full Everton kit.

Full kit loser?

The 20-year-old singer donned the Merseyside team’s 2014/15 white and purple third strip whilst playing in a game on an island in Turks and Caicos owned by Everton director Robert Earl.

And understandably Twitter went into meltdown over the pictures with many fans from the blue side of Liverpool issuing concerns over whether or not Bieber was now officially an Everton fan.

I Could Be Your Gaffer

Some users went as far as creating images depicting the performer signing for Everton – and some even implying he would be Roberto Martinez’s replacement with Lil Wayne as his assistant manager!

His apparent newfound love for “soccer” is not his first foray into sport though after the wannabe sports star, who “could be your boyfriend,” uploaded scores of horrendously staged videos of him playing basketball with, at best, friends; and at the very worst, stooges hired to let him score three pointers!

Toffees fans may be hoping he’s not quite as keen to join in their sport as One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson after the boy band member recently played for the Doncaster Rovers reserve side.

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