Dundee United have signed ex-Borussia Dortmund, Hamburg and West Ham defender Guy Demel and Social Media has exploded.
Fans of the Arabs have been busy reacting to the news that the 34-year-old defender has moved to Tannadice until the end of the season.
And it’s fair to say that there are feelings of shock, awe and excitement in equal measure.
Earlier this afternoon the club announced Demel’s arrival…
— Dundee United FC (@dundeeunitedfc) November 23, 2015
You’re always going to get one fan who goes a little OTT.
guy demel signing for dundee is the best thing to happen this decade — calvin cool (@CallumKoreans) November 23, 2015
What? Demel’s coming to Dundee United?! You better believe it buddy.
United have signed Guy Demel who has played for Dortmund, Hamburg, West Ham and Ivory Coast…how have we pulled this off?!?!?
— Liam Kelly (@ramboarab1992) November 23, 2015
United fans have been busy giving props to boss Mixu Paatelainen.
Even a few West Ham fans wouldn’t mind seeing Demel back at Upton Park.
ffs we’ll have him back, I love Guy Demel pic.twitter.com/e7BZgx4xOi
— Ginger Pele (@thegingerpele_) November 23, 2015
Meanwhile, you just can’t please some people…
Guy Demel is a great signing but it’ll take him until ages to get fit enough to be better than what United have just now. — ruairidh (@ruairidh_) November 23, 2015
Can we expect more of the same from Demel?
Never forget when Guy Demel pelvic thrusted Ronaldo
— Kye (@Kye_WHU) November 23, 2015
Some people are so cynical.
Guy Demel. That’s a football manager free agent job right there.
— Benjy Palmer (@BenjyPalmer) November 23, 2015
It’s going to be mental.
Carlton Cole v Guy Demel is going to be unreal when Celtic play Dundee
— West Ham Stuff ⚒ (@WestHamStuff) November 23, 2015
Dundee United are currently six points adrift at the foot of the Ladbrokes Premiership and Evens to finish bottom of the pile.
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