Ireland striker shows off his musical talents, again

Ireland striker shows off his musical talents, again

Republic of Ireland striker Shane Long has been filmed performing a Bob Marley classic recently.

The Southampton man put his musical talents on show in front of his team-mates with his own rendition of 'No Woman, No Cry', and it was caught on camera by Saints defender Ryan Bertrand, who looks decidedly unimpressed.

Shane has struggled since his £12m move from Hull and he's recovering from broken ribs and a punctured lung at the moment.

At least he knows he's got a musical career to fall back on when his football career ends.

Shane Long busks in Temple Bar wearing green pimp suit

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