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Savage and Kammy in YouTube Tomfoolery

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Robbie Savage and Chris Kamara have starred in YouTube gold that shows them involved in a chucklesome lift-based, hidden camera skit.

The pair join unaware elevator passengers before de-robing to reveal Derby and Portsmouth kits before bursting into song of 'We are going up' as the lift does indeed ascend.

The footage was captured to promote the launch of npower’s new initiative “The Fanpower Stadium.” Hosted on Facebook, this app will give Football League fans the chance to win a range of prizes including cash prizes for their club.

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