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Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
46%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
23%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
13%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
15%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
4%
  



Tomshardware 10:21 Fri Apr 22
Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
"here we go here we go here go, here we go here we go here we go"

Never heard this chanted but whenever they show "soccer fans" on tv they have them singing this.

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Andrew Ware 11:18 Sun Apr 24
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Motspur Hammer
I Remember "North Thames gas" and the shushing sound at the Lane in the 70s.
And one of my all time favourites
"Stamford Bridge is falling down, falling down
Stamford Bridge is falling down, F@ck off Chelsea"

"Build it up with claret and blue, claret and blue, claret and blue
Build it up with claret and blue, f@ck off Chelsea"

Happy days.

Andrew Ware 11:10 Sun Apr 24
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
I remember in the 1980s or maybe early 90s Millwall chanting
"Where's your caravan" to Ian Bishop when he went to take a corner in front of the South Bank away section.
Have to admit that raised a smile coming from them.

Anyone else remember
"Hit him on the brain, Hit him on the brain with a New Cross train"

I think the standard of terrace chants and songs has definitely fallen. I mean "You're shit, your f@cking shit" is hardly the words of Shakespeare

Motspur Park Hammer 9:14 Sun Apr 24
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
A couple of Yid-related songs from the early 80s.....
'Tip-toe down the Park Lane, with your skull cap, and your salt beef sandwich,tip-toe down the Park Lane today.'

'Tottenham boys, Tottenham boys, no pork pies or saveloys'

Never heard these days.

jim@chickenrun 8:45 Sun Apr 24
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
We all agree..standen is better than yashin...Hurst is better than eusabio,so the world is in for a thrashing!.......sung to.. aye yi yi yi.

When a opposing player got injured.....
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1...out, east ham memorial(hospital)...

Northern Sold 7:14 Sun Apr 24
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Yeah remember the old Zigger Zagger CFC chants... normally thrown back with a ...

Chelsea Fc... they had a reputation... for smashing up every station on the southern region...2000 West ham... etc

ludo21 10:20 Sun Apr 24
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Sven Roeder 10:53 Fri Apr 22
It's all Arsenal sing, "by far the greatest team the world has ever seen".


Arsenal were singing this last Thursday in their half full stadium... I don't think they were being ironic.


I miss 'let him die, let him die, let him die'... remember a particularly vocal rendition when Bryan Robson (the Man U one, not ours) had a bad injury in the 80s and had to be stretchered off.... happy days.

Sven Roeder 9:41 Sun Apr 24
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Would love some of the old chants get an encore at the last two home games.

Walker, Walker show us your knob

Ag ag ag ag

South Bank Exile 9:25 Sun Apr 24
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Lily Hammer 12:28 Sat Apr 23

Yes, as far as I remember the Shed were the only mob who took this chant seriously. Lead by Micky Greenaway.

I always felt it was a bit naff. Although Greenaway could carry it off.

Mad Dog 12:56 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Trentrazor


Someone's been watching impractical jokers.
My favourite program atm

Lily Hammer 12:28 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Zigger Zagger was a Chelsea chant, wasn't it?

gph 10:57 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Some think the Zigger zagger chant was life imitating art after the hooliganism-centred play of that name, others trace it back to the German military chant Zicke zacke zicke zacke hoi hoi hoi! which pre-dates the Nazis but became popular under them.

I suppose it's feasible that it got chanted on German terraces, and was heard and then imitated by Brits.

Anyway, I don't think it was ever really popular - may have heard it once or twice.

Dandruff 10:57 Sat Apr 23
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frank marker 1:16 Sat Apr 23

Dagenham and Redbridge used to sing the cringeworthy "Digger dagger, digger dagger, oi oi oi"

MrTrentReznor 10:21 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
'Scotty doesn't know',
'My wife left me'
or
'Let's get sexy'

Ronald_antly 6:37 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
frank marker 1:16 Sat Apr 23

Seriously?

frank marker 1:16 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
I was once required to chant 'Zigger zagger zigger zagger oi oi oi' on stage as a football chant. Never heard it anywhere else.

Roger Mellie 12:39 Sat Apr 23
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
This thread has gone a bit off topic with all the chants that have been heard at games.

Allow me to carry on.

Georgie takes no, no shit.
Paulo Wan-chop-ee-oh.
Who's up Morley's arse?

Andrew Ware 11:42 Fri Apr 22
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Late 1970s vs Chelsea
What seemed like the entire North Bank singing
"Walker, Walker show us your knob"

Clive Walker had just made the papers for flashing in a swimming pool.

Happy days.....

neilalex 11:36 Fri Apr 22
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
'Here we go, here we go, here we go' was sung by everybody into the early eighties. Bit like 'hello, hello West Ham aggro, West Ham aggro'. Again, most clubs sung it. And the going home in an ambulance thing.

Age thing, simple as that.

Bill W 11:26 Fri Apr 22
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Bouncing Ludo 3:14 Fri Apr 22

Exactly. "They"and not "nearly" changes the whole context of the fucking song

Fucking drives me mad

Any Old Iron 11:21 Fri Apr 22
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
Would be nice if 'Bubbles' was sung at the right tempo and with the original words. Also, how about swaying to it, like we used to. Watching the whole of the original chicken run sway along to Bubbles before every game was a fantastic sight. Gives me goose bumps recalling it.

The Stoat 7:09 Fri Apr 22
Re: Football chants that are in films and books but you've never heard at a match.
We've got Watson
Ol' Vic Watson
I just don't think you understand
He's Syd King's man
He's better than Veinante
We've got Vic Watson

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