Tottenham Hotspur fans have vowed to honour trolled schoolgirl Ella Markham when she becomes mascot for the team's last Premier League match of the season.
Cruel Trolls attacked Ella's dancing, which had been filmed at the team's stadium in North London following the 1-0 defeat to West Ham on Saturday.
Earlier this week her hero Harry Kane sent her a personal video message inviting her to be a mascot for the match against Everton on May 12 and now Spurs fans have now also pledged allegiance to the youngster from Oxfordshire.
They have launched an online campaign to spread the word so supporters know what to sing. They are being urged to chant : 'She's one of our own, She's one of our own, Ella Markham, She's one of our own.'
Ella Markham, 16, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, was mocked over the video (left) filmed at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, uploaded to Twitter by her father Neil (right, together)
Spurs fans have now launched a campaign to chant for Ella as she leads players out against Everton
The terrace song is a play on one Spurs fans sing about the 16-year-old's idol Harry Kane because the home-grown star grew up near in Chingford, near Tottenham.
The new version will ring out of the club's £1bn stadium next Sunday as the 62,000 strong crowd will sing along as Ella leads players out against Everton.
One fan group - THFC 24/7 - posted on Facebook: 'Could you please share around and get the 60k Spurs fans at the game that day singing when she walks out.
'Let's show Ella, her family and the Football world that you can triumph in the face of adversity and give Ella a day to remember.'
The video of Ella on Saturday has been viewed more than 1.8million times and got 26,000 likes
The post has already been liked, shared and commented on nearly 10,000 times.
Tottenham and England star Kane sent Ella - who has Down's Syndrome - a video message on Wednesday