Laura Woods gives ‘Big Sam vibes’ in behind-the-scenes look at latest photoshoot

Sky Sports and talkSPORT presenter gave her Instagram followers a behind-the-scenes peek when filming with Adidas… but admitted she was giving off 'Big Sam vibes'.

The Arsenal fan has bagged a partnership with the sportswear brand and gave her followers a sneak peek where she was radiating Sam Allardyce energy. The presenter has worked with the brand for some time, with the 34-year-old posing with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp at a shoot last year.

Taking to her Instagram to share an insight into her day modelling for the brand's collaboration with Soccer Bible, a football culture website. The Instagram showed Woods lying down on the floor, staring upwards, with her comparing it to the iconic meme of Sam Allardyce.

The meme has been used thousands, if not millions, of times across social media, which shows former England and Everton manager Big Sam sharing upwards with his arms crossed and mouth wide open. The photo of the 67-year-old was initially shared as people were photoshopping the Englishman into a chippy as if he's weighing up what delicacy to order on a Saturday night.

Laura Woods hit the headlines earlier this week when she brutally put down Spurs fans live on the radio waves following Arsenal's embarrassing defeat to Newcastle in their race for the top four. She received a flurry of calls from rival fans trying to rub salt into the wounds but she was having none of it.

Tottenham fan Nick accused Woods and colleague Darren Bent of bias and said: "You two are so biased it’s unbelievable. If this was Tottenham, honestly, all this 'how Tottenham have bottled it', 'how we choked', all these stories would be coming out.

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"You know in the middle of March you had a goal difference of 10+ on Tottenham and about six points. This has got to be the biggest collapse of all time, it has to be."

A cool, calm and collected Woods quick shut down the Spurs fan's claim, replying: "It’s not the biggest collapse of all time, Nick and I don’t mind you calling me bias because I am an Arsenal fan."

"I will say as well, at one point of the season which was months ago, we were saying if Arsenal get top four it’s an overachievement, I stand by exactly what I said then, 100 per cent."

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