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Troy Deeney's repetitive TV football punditry has sparked a drinking game.
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Watching fans have to down a shot every time the Watford captain utters the word 'literally'. Viewers noticed the year-old crocked striker's love of the word when he appeared on Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday last weekend.
They immediately hailed Deeney a cult hero and drafted rules to the boozing game. He became the talk of Twitter among supporters who tuned in to see his updates on the Premier League clash between Sheffield United and Southampton at Bramall Lane.
One social media user wrote: "Troy Deeney drinking game. Take a shot every time he says 'literally'. You'll literally be drunk by 4pm.
What a great drinking game - if you wanted to get absolutely hammered. Has said the word 'literally' about 50 times.
Moves as much in his chair as he does on the pitch. He said: "Ooo red card!
Billy Sharp has been sent off. It didn't look like a red card.
Ooo that's not a red card. In slo-mo it looks worse than it is, but it's not a red for me. If you're not watching Soccer Saturday put it on.
He's so bad he's brilliant.
This time they spotted him appearing to nurse the same cup of tea throughout the entire match. Another added: "Genuine important question for Troy Deeney. How long do you intend to make that cup of tea last? TV bosses are delighted with the response to his efforts and believe he could become the 'new Chris Kamara'.
The year-old former Sheffield United, Leeds, Stoke and Bradford star became the TV punditry king for his excitable reports and love of the word: "Unbelievable.
When people start talking about you it means you're doing a good job. That goes a long way on TV.