Kyle Walker roars 'he f***ing hates United!' into a microphone

Kyle Walker roars ‘he f***ing hates United!’ into a microphone at plush Manchester nightclub, as he leads songs about team-mate John Stones at Man City’s title party

  • Man City went and celebrated their title win at a nightclub on Sunday night
  • Kyle Walker took the microphone to serenade team-mate John Stones
  • He then claimed Stones ‘f***ing hates United’ ahead of next month’s FA Cup final 

Kyle Walker has been filmed starting an explicit chant about Manchester United during Manchester City’s title celebrations at a plush nightclub on Sunday night.

City were crowned champions for the third straight season this weekend, and headed to the Manchester private club MNKY HSE to party into the night.

During the evening, full back Walker took the microphone and started serenading his team-mate John Stones.

To the tune of Boney M’s 1976 hit ‘Daddy Cool’, Walker led his team-mates and their partners in singing ‘Johnny, Johnny Stones!’

He then turned his attention to City’s fierce rivals United, and while looking at Stones declared: ‘He f***ing hates United!’

Kyle Walker (right) has been filmed shouting ‘he f***ing hates United’ into a microphone

Walker appeared to be saying John Stones hates United. The pair are good friends and have won five league titles together at City over the last six seasons

Walker’s statement was met with laughter by some City players, including Kalvin Phillips, who came through the ranks at one of United’s biggest rivals Leeds. 

The chant is likely to only add fuel to the fire ahead of next month’s FA Cup final between City and United at Wembley.

It will be the first time the two clubs have ever faced each other in an FA Cup final, and has taken on extra significance given that City are aiming to win a historic Treble. 

They have already secured the Premier League title, and are heavy favourites to win their first Champions League when they face Inter Milan on June 10 in Istanbul.

Erik ten Hag’s side will be desperate to stop Man City from winning the Treble by beating them in next month’s FA Cup final

Before that match, they take on United, who will be desperate to stop City from matching their Treble-winning team from the 1998-99 season.

Erik ten Hag’s side lifted the Carabao Cup in February, and are looking to add a second domestic cup to their trophy cabinet while also halting City’s Treble charge in the process.

After sending out a clear message to United, Walker went back to singing ‘Johnny, Johnny Stones’, a song that has become very popular with the City fans in recent weeks.

They belted it out around the Etihad Stadium when Stones scored the second goal in the team’s 4-1 win over Arsenal last month, and even Erling Haaland joined in as he congratulated his team-mate. 

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