By 1992 there was little left for the great John Barnes to do. He’d already conquered all comers on the pitch and laid down a yet undefeated football based rap.
There was one thing left for Barnes however, he had to let you know how to quench that thirst.
As Barnes and co return from 90 minutes of sheer hell there’s clearly only one thing on his mind. Make no mistakes about it, this is a heavyweight performance. The pacing of the delivery, the enunciation, the heavy breathing. It’s all there. It would be a long 8 years before Ally McCoist’s remarkable starring role in a shot at glory would usurp Barnes’ status as footballs greatest actor but in a world of awkward Joe Hart shampoo ads and excruciating Michael Owen guest spots, Barnesy once again reigns supreme.