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Human League's "Don't You Want Me" gets digital football boost

The Human League are returning to the British pop charts on the back of a campaign by supporters of Aberdeen FC.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
20th March, 2014
Fans of Aberdeen FC have adopted the song for one of their players, Peter Pawlett

The Human League are returning to the British pop charts on the back of a campaign by supporters of Aberdeen FC.

Fans of the Scottish football team have pushed 'Don't you want me baby' up to number four on the iTunes chart following their success in the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday.

The song has been adopted by the Dons for one of their players, Peter Pawlett, with the lyrics changed to 'Peter Pawlett...

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