Managers Harry Redknapp, Alan Curbishley, Stuart Pearce and Brian McDermott have unveiled themselves as an embarrassing barbershop quartet.
While speaking at a press conference at a Travelodge in Barnet, band leader Redknapp revealed the group are excited about the ridiculous venture.
He said: “It’s been something we have been lookin’ to do for sometime.
“Alan and Pearcy have just been kickin’ their heels lately, and Brian and myself aren’t fussed about QPR or Leeds really.
“We haven’t practised much to be honest, and have absolutely no interest in music.
“But, I know we’re gonna be top draw, you mark my words, real quality.”
Part way through the news conference the newly formed group burst into an asynchronous rendition of the classic hit ‘Goodbye, My Coney Island Baby’, which was met with audibly uncomfortable seat shuffling and muted applause.
Well known BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe revealed that he has received a demo of one of the bands tracks.
However, the popular disc-jockey seemed troubled by what he heard.
He said: “My stereo started bleeding.
“It’s truly haunting. I’ve been having nightmares every since I heard it.
“What are they trying to achieve? I don’t understand why they would do this.”