Ebanie Bridges cheers up Leeds fans in low cut top as relegated flops miss out on free OnlyFans subscription | The Sun
EBANIE BRIDGES cheered up Leeds fans in a low-cut top as players missed the chance to get a free subscription to her OnlyFans.
The IBF bantamweight world champion joined supporters in a bar in Philadelphia as her team welcomed Tottenham on the final day of the season.
It was a crucial day for Leeds, who needed to win and hope other results went their way to avoid relegation.
At kick-off, Bridges took to her Instagram story to dazzle in a tight black top that left little to the imagination.
As she encouraged Sam Allardyce's men, she said: "We need to f***ing go."
However, it was not enough as Leeds lost 4-1 and will spend next season in the Championship.
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Bridges tried all she could to motivate the players ahead of the run-in, even offering to show them her boobs.
The huge Leeds fan said to talkSPORT ahead of the penultimate game and 3-1 loss to West Ham: "Hey guys, if you stay up I'll flash my boobs.
"I'll get in that locker room, pull my shirt up and flash my boobs or something like that.
“I'll kiss you, anything. Whatever, I'll give you a free subscription to my OnlyFans.
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“Please Leeds stay up, don't f***ing disappoint me.”
But they still fell short and Bridges' beloved team's three-year Premier League stay is over.
And things became toxic at Elland Road with Georgino Rutter having his shirt thrown back at him by a fan at the end of the game and supporters sung chants slamming their own players.
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