Former Celtic striker Cillian Sheridan has shared his hilarious initiation song on Twitter.

The Irishman had an attempt at You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate.

He is pictured holding a banana as a microphone as his new team mates give him encouragement.

Sheridan, as ever the comedian on Twitter, asks followers to find a better initiation.

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Cillian Sheridan shares hilarious singing clip

The 30-year-old is playing with Israeli side Ironi Kiryat Shmona this season.

Cillian Sheridan playing with Celtic in 2008. (Photo by Matthew Ashton/AMA/Corbis via Getty Images)

He leaves Australian side Wellington Phoenix on a free transfer.

The veteran striker isn’t shying away from the limelight with his initiation song.

Accompanied with a banana, Sheridan murders the Full Monty hit.

The cheeky striker even asks fans for a better initiation ceremony than his.

Sheridan scored four goals in 16 first team appearances for the Hoops, leaving in 2010.

 

He is becoming quite the journeyman, playing in England, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland and Australia.

Overall Sheridan is on 91 goals in 354 appearances with 30 assists.

He is a former Republic of Ireland international, playing three times with no goals.

Cillian Sheridan beating Javier Mascherano to the ball with Ireland. (Photo by AMA/Corbis via Getty Images)

Sheridan is known in Scotland for a shocking Sportscene Christmas jumper.

Nevertheless, the Irishman remains popular on social media as his latest video shows.

Cillian Sheridan not the only joker

The striker isn’t the only Celtic joker of the current times.

A furious Rangers supporting mother posted her shock on seeing her kid in Celtic colours.

The Sun reports Celtic mad Dad sent the photo accompanied with ‘Guess where I am Mummy’.

A Rangers mad Mum is furious with son’s Celtic Park visit. (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

The mother showed her fury to friends and even claimed there was plans to take their son to Ibrox.

The youngster is also pictured holding his scarf in the air.

Hoops supporters displayed a banner years ago to Rangers fans proclaiming their grandchildren would be Celtic fans.

However, it appears that this is skipping a generation in this case.

 

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