cult hero

Lee Trundle shows he hasn't lost his ridiculous talent with the cheekiest of penalties

He may be 40, but the Swansea City legend is still banging in goals for fun.

LEE TRUNDLE IS known among football fans as a lower league cult hero.

The Liverpool native earned a reputation for his mesmerising skill and a questionable hairstyle during the mid-noughties and regularly featured on Soccer AM’s Showboat.

SOCCER Swansea v Preston Trundle, pictured here playing for Swansea City back in 2004. PA Archive / PA Images PA Archive / PA Images / PA Images

Best-loved by Swansea City fans, he scored 78 goals in 146 appearances during two spells with the Welsh club.

The striker was eligible to represent Ireland at international level through his Dublin grandfather and has said he would have chosen to play for the Boys in Green over England.

At 40, Trundle is still going strong for Llanelli Town in the Welsh Football League Division Two and recent lined out in a charity match for the Swansea’s All Stars against Briton Ferry Llansawel over 35s.

And he didn’t disappoint — scoring six goals in an 11-4 win including this trick-shot penalty that completely caught the opposing goalkeeper off-guard.

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