Tottenham cult hero Mido hilariously does sit-ups while puffing a cigarette

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FORMER Tottenham striker Mido has left fans in hysterics after puffing on a cigarette while doing sit-ups on a yacht.

The ex-Spurs man, 40, retired from football in 2013 after being released by Barnsley.

Mido shared a video of him doing sit-ups while on a yacht


Mido shared a video of him doing sit-ups while on a yachtCredit: Instagram
He then revealed he was smoking while doing the exercise


He then revealed he was smoking while doing the exerciseCredit: Instagram

And it’s safe to say he has let himself go a little since hanging up his boots.

The Egyptian, who won the Africa Cup of Nations with his country in 2006, shared a video on Instagram of him working out on a private boat.

But as the camera panned around, he revealed he had a cigarette in his mouth.

In response, one social media user said: “Cigarettes and sports don’t mix 😂😂😂.”

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Another added: “Back for pre-season big man?😂😂🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️.”

And a third simply replied: “King 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”

Mido contributed 19 goals and five assists in 61 games for Tottenham between 2005 and 2007.

He was a part of Martin Jol’s famous “Lasgnagate” squad that fell ill and lost 2-1 to West Ham on the final day of the 2005/06 season – which saw them miss out on Champions League qualification to rivals Arsenal.


His spell in North London came after stints with Ajax, Marseille and Roma.

Mido departed Tottenham and went on to enjoy six more years of football, before prematurely retiring at the age of just 30.

The latter stages of his career saw him turn out for the likes of Middlesbrough, Wigan and West Ham.

But he scored just 16 club goals across a five-year spell, before one appearance for Barnsley in the Championship brought the curtain down on his time in the sport.

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