Winless Philadelphia Union hammered after 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' parody

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Although they are currently sitting in last place among 22 teams, Jim Curtain's MLS side spoofed the 90's TV show's theme song on social media

Winless though their first eight games of the MLS season, you'd think the Philadelphia Union would be keeping a low profile while hoping to recover from their rough start.

Power Rankings: Union sit in dead last

Instead, they posted an over-the-top production of a "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" parody on their Twitter page.

Although the video is admittedly very funny and nicely put together, MLS fans hammered the Union for playing around rather than working on winning games.

The Union, who play in Chester, Pennsylvania, obviously made the video to promote the team's 'Throwback Night' on Saturday, but that didn't stop the negative reaction.

Not everyone was upset, however.

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