Corrigan brothers head to Wembley with Bradford City

Daniel Tighe

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Daniel Tighe

The Corrigan brothers have done it again. Following up their youtube sensation, There’s no-one as Irish as Barack Obama, with a song for giant killing English football side Bradford city.

The Corrigan brothers have done it again. Following up their youtube sensation, There’s no-one as Irish as Barack Obama, with a song for giant killing English football side Bradford city.

The brothers, just last week appeared on American television performing their international hit about Barack Obama.

Explaining their decision to write a song for Bradford city football club, Ger Corrigan said;

“We love a great sports story and we love a good giant killing, and this is the greatest one of them all, beating Wigan, Arsenal and Villa was such a phenomenal and spirited achievement. There is also a nice Irish connection with Carl McHugh as well as Irish community connections in Bradford.”

The Limerick brothers have now immortalised this achievement with their new song, There’s no team as Wembley as Bradford city.

“The song has really taken off in Bradford and the UK and captured the imagination of so many soccer fans.

“We have been interviewing on radio and with newspapers in the past number of days and will appear live in Bradford the week before the final, in mid February.

“We have also received an invitation to attend the final in Wembley which is a real honour. The song has been played on UK radio over the past number of days and is featuring on many soccer bloggers websites.”

The brothers are surprised and delighted with the reaction, “We are very impressed with the reaction and the welcome the song has received,” Ger continued.

Bradford will take on Swansea city in the League Cup final on Sunday, February 24.