Supporters want to snub Simon Cowell by getting one of Wealdstone's most loyal and most recognisable fans - the Wealdstone Raider - to Christmas #1.
The loyal diminutive football follower, whose real name is Gordon Hill, is a legend among the Ruislip-based club and beyond for his appearance, including his brown leather jacket, and his unique brand of observation.
His antics at an away match against Brighton-based Whitehawk in 2013, where he berates the opposition by singing 'You've got no fans' and 'You've got no ground' to himself, and fronts up a fellow spectator by asking repeatedly 'You want some?', were captured on video and have received 4million hits on YouTube.
His face adorns many a T-shirt and a banner - including one spotted at a PEC Zwolle against ADO Den Haag match in The Netherlands - and now people want a remix song made from YouTube video to stop The X Factor winner's single going to the top of the charts at Christmas.
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The Mirror has joined the campaign to ensure Simon Cowell's protége does not land the Christmas #1.
The Wealdstone Raider has been booked for a series of student nightclub appearances, starting recently in Norwich - wearing his beloved club's home shirt, of course.