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    "Warburton's a f@nny" is a favourite of mine
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    or the Marvin Bartley/Paul Hartley one

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    Not only do we have the most traditional modern non political non sectarian football songs and the best anthem of any football club I know we also have the best colours football strip and funniest songs of any football club I know

    Whats not to like?

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    A personal favourite of mine from the distant past to the tune of deck the halls.
    “Derek Parlane w***s alsations, na, na, na etc”

    Always wondered how, in pre social media days, a chant that is so ridiculous could ever take off lol


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    We hate Jimmy Hill, he's a p**f.....

    Another chant so absurd it was funny.....

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    We hate Jimmy Hill, he's a p**f.....

    Another chant so absurd it was funny.....
    The funny thing is that he loved Scotland and had a great sense of humour, taking the chant as banter and not getting upset.

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    The only time I went to Wembley was in 1975 for the 5-1 game with Stewart Kennedy in goals. Phoned my mum from the phone in the Cafe Royal to tell my mum and caught the overnight 'Alkie Express' with my brother and his mates.

    At the FA cup Final the weekend before, I think a Chelsea fan had come a cropper on the underground and they wouldn't allow Scotland fans to use it to get out to Wembley in case something similar happened.

    "We've got feet.
    We've got brains.
    We don't need your ****'n trains.
    Na, na, na, na, na, na na, na, na."

    It was a very long walk back!

    Or the opening game of the 1998 World Cup.

    "There's only one Ronaldo.
    There's only one Ronaldo.
    With a packet of sweets and a cheeky wee smile,
    Ronaldo is a ****'n paedophile."


    (Of course he isn't, but it's just a football chant.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltheHibby View Post
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    The funny thing is that he loved Scotland and had a great sense of humour, taking the chant as banter and not getting upset.
    Took it on the chin did he?

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    When Graham Rix was hearts boss

    Away up in Gorgie he creeps round the park
    To look for school children that are out after dark
    He tempts them with Smarties and Mars bars and Twix
    But you better ca canny cause it’s Graham Rix

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pointer View Post
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    The only time I went to Wembley was in 1975 for the 5-1 game with Stewart Kennedy in goals. Phoned my mum from the phone in the Cafe Royal to tell my mum and caught the overnight 'Alkie Express' with my brother and his mates.

    At the FA cup Final the weekend before, I think a Chelsea fan had come a cropper on the underground and they wouldn't allow Scotland fans to use it to get out to Wembley in case something similar happened.

    "We've got feet.
    We've got brains.
    We don't need your ****'n trains.
    Na, na, na, na, na, na na, na, na."

    It was a very long walk back!

    Or the opening game of the 1998 World Cup.

    "There's only one Ronaldo.
    There's only one Ronaldo.
    With a packet of sweets and a cheeky wee smile,
    Ronaldo is a ****'n paedophile."


    (Of course he isn't, but it's just a football chant.)
    That may have been a factor.
    However.
    An incident on the underground at the previous Wembley you mention led to underground staff going on strike during the Wembley weekend 1975.

    An Edinburgh man seriously assaulted a tube worker at the '73 Wembley.
    That was cited as the main reason for the "tube ban"
    I was at both those games and 5 other "Wembleys "
    I had a drink with the guy responsible a couple of years ago in a bar in Dalry Road !!

    Not so much a chant/song,but a brilliant banner.
    At the '76 game at Hampden,King Kenny nutmegged Ray Clemence to score

    Scotland won 2-1

    At the '77 Wembley ,a guy fae the Southside had a great banner about that Kenny goal

    It read

    " Ray Clemence opens his legs
    wider than Christine Keeler""


    Older guys here will know about Christine ;-)
    You young guys will need to google it ;!!


    PS
    I got to Wembley no bother when the trains were cancelled.
    Stayed in Fulham with a cousin and got a lift up to North London.
    But tens of thousands walked from Central London that Saturday morning.
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    Here’s a simple one which will strike a chord with only 600 or so fans, hold your right arm up in the air, shake a limp hand and and sing “goulash goulash goulash goulash”..... repeat until bored


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    Not a chant but one funny memory perhaps older posters will remember

    Just after the failed Wallet Mercenery take over attempt thanks to the Hands Off HIBS campaign in 1990 there was a particularly bad tempered Derby match at Easter Road that Hearts easily won 3-0

    Anyway HIBS won the 1991 Skol League Cup after almost going out of existence and funnily enough there was another Derby at Easter Road the club and the police pleaded with the fans not to say or do anything to inflame the situation bearing in mind the ugly scenes that had marred the last Derby

    When the teams ran out almost every Hibby especially in the East held up a silver cardboard cut out replica of the Scottish League Cup as if to say you tried to kill us off but we are still here

    The team that would not die!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthMoroccoStu View Post
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    When Graham Rix was hearts boss

    Away up in Gorgie he creeps round the park
    To look for school children that are out after dark
    He tempts them with Smarties and Mars bars and Twix
    But you better ca canny cause it’s Graham Rix

    And the Manic Street Preachers song:

    If you tolerate Rix
    Then your children will be next

    Pretty bad taste in hindsight, but different times.

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    Plenty that would not be deemed appropriate these days, as has been mentioned, changed days thankfully.

    I remember a rumour circulating pre derby that John Roberston's wife was playing away from home, probably nonsense Robbo if you're listening in! Anyway, for a couple of games choruses of (to the tune of the Mickey Weir chant)...."she's here, she's there, she's every fxxxxxx where, Robbo's wife" etc etc.

    I always found the Keith Houchen hokey cokey effort very amusing!:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAsHellas View Post
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    I wasn't trolling, I was incredibly bored and had a brain fart......
    Not being fluent in the Greek, is your Avatar some sort of statement? Looks political and relevant to incarceration. I'm interested.

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    Not a chant and would be a pain to sing but, a quick poem about a beast. Always made me smile.

    Way down in Georgie, he creeps round the park,

    Looking for schoolies alone after dark,

    Offers them a mars bar, a snickers, a twix,

    Better watch out it's Graham Rix.

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    Took it on the chin did he?
    😂

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    We’re f***** s***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy Pope View Post
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    Not being fluent in the Greek, is your Avatar some sort of statement? Looks political and relevant to incarceration. I'm interested.
    It reads "freedom for fans"

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    Someone will have to fill in the details but I remember a chant years ago, think from a Highland team to local rivals who possibly had some sort of gypsy heritage that went, "the wheels on your house go round and round, round and round...
    Think the DJ at ICT got into trouble for playing "Tramps & Thieves" at half time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibee-boys View Post
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    Plenty that would not be deemed appropriate these days, as has been mentioned, changed days thankfully.

    I remember a rumour circulating pre derby that John Roberston's wife was playing away from home, probably nonsense Robbo if you're listening in! Anyway, for a couple of games choruses of (to the tune of the Mickey Weir chant)...."she's here, she's there, she's every fxxxxxx where, Robbo's wife" etc etc.

    I always found the Keith Houchen hokey cokey effort very amusing!:)
    To same tune "It's black, it's blue, it's f#ckin broke in 2" About a broken leg to a Rangers RIP captain that became our manager for about 7 months..

  23. #112
    Not a chant or a song, but the 0-0 game at Tynie a few weeks ago, hearts have took about their 5th throw in of the match. They kept wiping the ball before the throw ins and Someone from behind me shouts “where the f*** do these c**** keep getting the towels?! They Dinny even f****** wash” 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    Remember a song in the seventies of a 'Dig a hole and bury him' if an opposition player was being treated for too long. Or something similar. Think it was in respect of what I've referred to?

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    Not been through the whole thread so might have missed this mentioned.. But Newcastle fans to Sunderland fans the other night at an under 21s game..

    “We saw you cry on Netflix”

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    The only time I went to Wembley was in 1975 for the 5-1 game with Stewart Kennedy in goals. Phoned my mum from the phone in the Cafe Royal to tell my mum and caught the overnight 'Alkie Express' with my brother and his mates.

    At the FA cup Final the weekend before, I think a Chelsea fan had come a cropper on the underground and they wouldn't allow Scotland fans to use it to get out to Wembley in case something similar happened.

    "We've got feet.
    We've got brains.
    We don't need your ****'n trains.
    Na, na, na, na, na, na na, na, na."

    It was a very long walk back!

    Or the opening game of the 1998 World Cup.

    "There's only one Ronaldo.
    There's only one Ronaldo.
    With a packet of sweets and a cheeky wee smile,
    Ronaldo is a ****'n paedophile."


    (Of course he isn't, but it's just a football chant.)
    Was at that game too. Arthur on the wing. Saw led zep at the Hammersmth Odeon on the Friday

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