Manchester City recently became the first Premier League club to sign a content deal with YouTube and they've wasted no time in putting up a variety of entertaining and sometimes weird clips.
The video above is of a tremendous goal from Alex Henshall in a City academy match against Liverpool back in February that is only just now finding a global audience thanks to the club's new focus on YouTube. But if beautiful goals aren't your thing, Man City also have one of the Internet's primary interests covered: Supremely bizarre video clips.
Did you ever think you'd see City kitman Les Chapman host a "nature watch" video that tracks a ginger kid in his underpants? Well, you're about to...
Yes, a Premier League club owned by a member of Abu Dhabi's ruling family produced that wonderfully odd two minutes and 51 seconds. And after watching these two clips, I think you'll agree that football clubs need to follow City's lead and let their people produce this kind of stuff.