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Pete Doherty's appearance on Soccer AM was as strange as you'd expect

The Libertines singer tried to make up a football song on the spot during the chat.

Source: Sky Sports/YouTube

ROCK STAR PETE Doherty is known for his erratic behaviour and so it was no surprise when he brought a bit of unpredictability to the Soccer AM sofa.

Appearing alongside fellow band member Carl Barat, Doherty discussed his love of QPR and in particular, their highly-touted striker Charlie Austin, who was also in studio.

Doherty consequently attempted to create a tune about Austin and QPR on the spot, before admitting that football songs were “hard to write”.

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