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The Mackem Mover: Sunderland's Dancing Machine

Here’s a bit of fun for a Saturday morning. The Mackem Mover appeared on Soccer AM this morning and showed off his dance moves (see video below). The bloke named Steve first came to fame when TV cameras caught him dancing in the crowd during half-time against Newcastle United (watch here).

Enjoy the video.

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One Response to The Mackem Mover: Sunderland's Dancing Machine

  1. Paul Boulton says:

    After seeing this and other online video, I had the pleasure of meeting the Mackem Mover this morning for about 10 minutes at this mornings BNI Business Network Meeting in South Shields. I can only say what a thoroughly pleasant, genine and entertaining man.

    I hope he goes from strength to strength.

    All the best.

    Paul.

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