England supporter who went viral during 2022 World Cup pictured at Serbia Euro 2024 opener sending fans into a frenzy

England supporter who went viral during 2022 World Cup pictured at Serbia Euro 2024 opener sending fans into a frenzy

ENGLAND fan Andy Milne has been spotted at the Three Lions’ clash with Serbia, sending social media users into a frenzy.

The Three Lions super-fan, whose looks have been compared to those of Steve McClaren, went viral after appearing during a broadcast of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

BBC via X formerly TwitterEngland super-fan Andy Milne was spotted on live TV[/caption]

GettyThe Steve McClaren lookalike has been following the Three Lions for over 40 years[/caption]

GettyMilne clutched a replica World Cup in the stands[/caption]

He has since been spotted at further England matches, including the clash with Italy last year.

Ahead of tonight’s match, Milne appeared on camera in the front row, pumping his fists.

Spotting him, one fan wrote on social media: “LOOK WHO IS BACK!”

While a second gushed upon seeing him: “We’re winning it all.”

A third joked: “One more game and he will be eligible for celebrity big brother.”

And another added: “Heeesss BACKKK.”

Milne is a member of the England Supporter’s Club and has been following the Three Lions for over 40 years.

On his experiences following his country, he told the i in 2022: “Normally, I would end up travelling with a group of fans to the next game after England got knocked out.

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“I’ve been saving for four years. This was the only full World Cup I could come to, because Qatar is so small, so it’s something I’ve planned for 12 years.

“I’m quite good on football tipping on Asian handicaps, so I’ve made quite a lot of money through that.

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“If you walk into my dining room at home, there’s a pile of 20 or 25 phones, because you need a new phone for each new account.

“The number of accounts I’ve had is ridiculous. The most I’ve ever had an account closed at is £15,000, the lowest £1,200.”

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