Jordan Henderson Can’t Keep it Straight

Jordan Henderson still needs a little more time in the oven before he’s lighting up the league, but if God forbid this football thing doesn’t work out, he’ll need to find something else to do besides acting. The Liverpool youngster will be appearing in a new mini-game launching in mid-April on the IAMPLAYR.com website and shot a quick promo with Scouse comedian Darren Farley to promote it. While the Jamie Carragher impersonator does a class job of keeping it together, Jordan has a bit of a hard time holding it all together. The News Desk isn’t one to judge, since we come down with a case of the giggles at least once a day, but really Jordan? We’re a desk and you’re a professional footballer. A England man should hold a tad more dignity, no?

Ok, we didn’t think so either.

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  • CSD

    oh my god.. lmao

  • to be fair, i can understand fake Jamie better than real Jamie.

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