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    Your favourite football chants


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    Villa consistently win the awards for chants.

    I still laugh at their Copacabana one:

    "We are the Villa
    The Aston Villa
    The greatest team west of Manila"


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    My favourite one is more of a comedy sketch than a chant. When Liverpool used to come down to play the Saints at the Dell the saints fans would all turn up wearing permed wigs and shell suits, then when the scousers got excited they would all run back and forth shouting "all right all right calm down calm down" in there best Scouse accents. Maybe you had to be there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky
    the saints fans would all turn up
    All 12?

    They look in the dustbin for something to eat

    They find a dead cat and they think it's a treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by pompeysbroke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky
    the saints fans would all turn up
    All 12?

    They look in the dustbin for something to eat

    They find a dead cat and they think it's a treat
    Sung to.the tune of the Adams family

    Your sister fcukt your father
    Your Mother fcukt your brother
    You love to fcuk eachother
    The Pompey Family.

    Dad dad Dada! dad dad dada! Dad dad Dada dad, dad dad Dada!

    Your offspring are peculiar
    Because your genes aren't mixed far
    You should live in a jam jar
    The Pompey Family.

    I forget the rest

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    Surprisingly articulate that Stinky. Island communities, eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Villa consistently win the awards for chants.
    What awards are these?

    They are most renowned for an eerily high pitched 'VILLA! (clap clap clap) VILLA! (clap clap clap) VILLA! (clap clap clap) Repeat to fade..normally about 17 minutes.

    They are known as 'the seals' in the west mids for their love of clapping, and in the recent past have had to organise teams of singers to wake up the dozy Doug Ellis lookalikes.

    So Harry - please do tell me more about these 'awards' .

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    A pom told me the Harry Kewell one was melodious

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Villa consistently win the awards for chants.
    What awards are these?

    They are most renowned for an eerily high pitched 'VILLA! (clap clap clap) VILLA! (clap clap clap) VILLA! (clap clap clap) Repeat to fade..normally about 17 minutes.

    They are known as 'the seals' in the west mids for their love of clapping, and in the recent past have had to organise teams of singers to wake up the dozy Doug Ellis lookalikes.

    So Harry - please do tell me more about these 'awards' .
    Fucked if I can remember it was something I saw on the news decades ago!

    Maybe I should have said "used to".

    Not like they've had a lot to sing about recently


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    There are more lively songs guaranteed to get the stadium bouncing, but after a long night on the ale in a far flung European city this is a song to make the hairs on your neck stand on end and the odd tear appear (as a red anyway, and I'm sure decent football fans would understand too- though that isn't always the case). I don't normally go in for such sentimentality, but it sounds just as good without acoustics and sang by a pissed up nutter from Salford after 14 pints ;-)

    One cold and bitter Thursday in Munich, Germany,
    Eight great football stalwarts conceded victory,
    Eight men will never play again who met destruction there,
    The flowers of English football, the flowers of Manchester

    Matt Busby’s boys were flying, returning from Belgrade,
    This great United family, all masters of their trade,
    The pilot of the aircraft, the skipper Captain Thain,
    Three times they tried to take off and twice turned back again.

    The third time down the runaway disaster followed close,
    There was slush upon that runaway and the aircraft never rose,
    ploughed into the marshy ground, it broke, it overturned.
    And eight of the team were killed as the blazing wreckage burned.

    Roger Byrne and Tommy Taylor who were capped for England’s side.
    And Ireland’s Billy Whelan and England’s Geoff Bent died,
    Mark Jones and Eddie Colman, and David Pegg also,
    They all lost their lives as it ploughed on through the snow.

    Big Duncan he went too, with an injury to his brain,
    And Ireland’s brave Jack Blanchflower will never play again,
    The great Matt Busby lay there, the father of his team
    Three long months passed by before he saw his team again.

    The trainer, coach and secretary, and a member of the crew,
    Also eight sporting journalists who with United flew,
    and one of them Big Swifty, who we will ne’er forget,
    the finest English ‘keeper that ever graced the net.

    Oh, England’s finest football team its record truly great,
    its proud successes mocked by a cruel turn of fate.
    Eight men will never play again, who met destruction there,
    the flowers of English football, the flowers of Manchester.


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    "Come on you Dollie Blues."

    A pork pie to the first correct answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post
    "Come on you Dollie Blues."

    A pork pie to the first correct answer.
    Lancaster City F.C


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    ^ Beaten to it!

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    I can't remember it all but it was to the tune of the laughing Policeman....last two lines...

    They lined out all the bodies to count out who was dead
    And there was Duncan Edwards without his fucking head'
    Owwwww ahahahahahaha ahoohoohoohoohoohoohoo

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    I'm more of a cricket man
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    short, sweet and to the point.


    Leeds United v TV coverage.

    Thinly disguised envy aimed at the fans bright enough to stay at home in the warmth, whilst those inside the stadium freeze to death watching another fine example of second-class football.

    “If you’re watching this on tele, you’re a c*nt”

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    Old Trafford, 1991/2 v West Ham. At the time it was rumoured Trevor Morley and Ian Bishop were shagging each other so 45,000 reds responded (for 30 minutes) with "who's up Morley's arse, who's up Morley's arse, Ian, Ian Bishop is...Ian, Ian Bishop is!" to the tune of Knees Up Mother Brown!

    You'd be banned for that today.

    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    short, sweet and to the point.


    Leeds United v TV coverage.

    Thinly disguised envy aimed at the fans bright enough to stay at home in the warmth, whilst those inside the stadium freeze to death watching another fine example of second-class football.

    “If you’re watching this on tele, you’re a c*nt”
    Ha! Reminds me of the time Utd played QPR on New Year's Day in 92 and it was a supposed banker at home; we lost 4-1 and a chap called Dennis Bailey got a hat trick for Rangers. I was freezing and it was shit- wish I had stayed at home that day.

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    Wally's a wanker.(NRL)

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    Another one here about Owen Hargreaves (you are the love of my life):


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    The old thug favourite; "Your gonna get your f#cking 'ead kicked in!" followed by staccato clapping was a personal 70's favourite.

    This is before all-seater stadiums, "Fantasy Football" and other namby middle-class interest in footie, btw.

    Another good one was my local clubs' genial message to visiting fans; set to the jaunty tune of Jeff Beck's "Hi Ho Silver Lining".

    "And its Hi Ho-Huddersfield Town
    Everywhere we go there's aggro.
    I see your Doc Martins shining
    But I don't give a fuck..

    Coz there's more of us."

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    Whats Wrong with "Good old Collingwood forever " (AFL) apart from the fact that Collinwood sucks.

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    who's yer father, who's yer father, who's yer father referee?

    you ain't got one, yer a bastard, yer a bastard referee

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