An elderly Llanelli Town supporter is often seen behind the goal celebrating in the same way every time his side score in front of him.
With it being Welsh football, it is usually in an empty stand, but he wears the same grey coat, and the fan known as Dai throws his arms in the air and leaves them there each time the ball hits the net.
Watch this compilation published by Welsh language TV channel S4C of the fan doing exactly that…
⚽ ULTRA @LlanelliTownAFC!
🙌 Amser dathlu, amser Sgorio!
— ⚽ Sgorio (@sgorio) October 8, 2018
The club said on Twitter: Dai celebrates when #TheReds score- be smart, be like Dai – join us (and do the Dai) this Friday at home vs Cardiff Met FC.
Llanelli Town AFC are a Welsh Premier League side that had to be reformed in 2013 following a winding up petition from HMRC. They are considered by the FAW to be a continuation of the same club.
They have an average attendance of 494 this season at a 3,700 capacity ground.
Football fans gave their reaction to the fan’s same celebration plus fans posted photos of themselves when the club asked them to #DoTheDai – check out those tweets on the next page.
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