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Nigel Farage is Europe's unlikely Ryder Cup cheerleader

He even sings a little bit of a classic 90s dance track.

NOTORIOUS EUROSCEPTIC POLITICIAN Nigel Farage has come out swinging for Europe’s Ryder Cup team.

The UKIP leader has filmed a “party political broadcast” in association with part-time bookmaker, full-time mischief maker Paddy Power.

The two-minute clip sees Farage put his political beliefs aside and call on fans to get behind Paul McGinley’s men at Gleneagles.

He takes a pop at the US team and snarks: “The names Hunter, Bubba, Webb – they’re not names. They’re just noises!”

He even sings a little bit of 2Unlimited’s classic 90s dance track, ‘No Limits.’

Here’s the video:

Source: Paddy Power/YouTube

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