O’s Sean wasn’t on song

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO RESULTS -

NEW Ley­ton Ori­ent vice­cap­tain Sean Clo­hessy won’t be wor­ry­ing The X Fac­tor judges any­time soon.

In an ar­ti­cle in the club’s pro­gramme, the 28year-old right-back re­vealed de­tails of his singing tal­ent – or lack of it.

The ex-Southend and Colch­ester de­fender said: “As a new boy to the group, I had to do my ini­ti­a­tion song while we were out in Spain and my stock song I al­ways do is R Kelly’s I Be­lieve I Can Fly.

“I al­ways abuse the song and bat­ter it, but you have to sing some­thing that you half know the words to, and for­tu­nately it’s a quick song with a lit­tle verse and cho­rus.

“It’s all about get­ting it over and done with.It is some­thing 95 per centof the boys don’t en­joy and once it’s done it is a re­lief.”

OFF-KEY: Sean Clo­hessy

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