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Songs to be played over the PA to wind up the other team

In the light of Hibs sacking their PA man for playing The Beatles "taxman" as a dig at Hearts' tax problems what tune could Charlton play to wind up their opponents

http://news.stv.tv/scotland/200253-hibs-sack-stadium-announcer-over-half-time-taxman-joke-about-hearts/

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  • Making Plans For Nigel?
  • Millwall;

    Shaggy - 'It wasnt me'
  • Arsenal - 'The Sound of Silence'
  • The Pizza Hut Song for MK Dons.
  • Millwall - 'Gypsies, tramps and thieves' by Sonny and Cher
  • sheff wed
    anything by massive attack.
  • Millwall;

    Shaggy - 'It wasnt me'

    That would be great, i still remember the Millwall fan who truly believed that there was often undercover police in with there fans who's job it was to make Millwall look worse by starting trouble.
  • Portsmouth: Commercial Breakup, Thomas Dolby
    Millwall: There are no Lions in England, Ian Brown
    Any Small Northern Team: Dirty Old Town, Pogues
    Lee Hughes: What's The Use of Getting Sober (when you're gonna get drunk again), Louis Jordan
    Simon Jordan: Paranoia Man in Cheap Shit Room, The Fall
    Crystal Palace: Nigel Krap, Kevin Bloody Wilson
  • On the basis that a lot of rumours are based on fact I bet he has confused a number of isses. Undercover police are often in crowds, but why on earth would they start trouble - what would they accomplish by that?
    But it is a known that journalists often go undercover in volatile football crowds and start trouble. It's clear what they have to gain from it.
  • Millwall

    That Smell Lynyrd Skynyrd
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  • DRF said:

    On the basis that a lot of rumours are based on fact I bet he has confused a number of isses. Undercover police are often in crowds, but why on earth would they start trouble - what would they accomplish by that?
    But it is a known that journalists often go undercover in volatile football crowds and start trouble. It's clear what they have to gain from it.

    whos that by then?
  • DRF said:

    On the basis that a lot of rumours are based on fact I bet he has confused a number of isses. Undercover police are often in crowds, but why on earth would they start trouble - what would they accomplish by that?
    But it is a known that journalists often go undercover in volatile football crowds and start trouble. It's clear what they have to gain from it.

    whos that by then?
    Sounds a bit prog rock to me : - )
  • Brighton

    Boys, boys, boys-Sabrina
  • sinitta (so macho)

    to be played only in the jimmy seed for millwalls visit.
  • Macronate said:

    Brighton

    Boys, boys, boys-Sabrina

    Nice one, perhaps it could be followed by Divine's You Think You're A Man.
  • 'Money's too tight to mention' - almost any club in the UK
  • Coventry

    Paul Johnson - Down Down Down
  • Palace - Amarillo
  • Chelsea

    Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed. - Show of Hands
  • Chelsea - Green Green Grass Of Home
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  • When ched evans gets out and no doubt finds himself a club – Rape Me - Nivana
  • Loved the " Who let the dogs out" when we played Chelsea at home a few years back.
  • Loved the " Who let the dogs out" when we played Chelsea at home a few years back.

    Absolute classic Fanny, always wondered if it was deliberate or just a wonderful coincident.
  • Play this for all Northern teams

  • Loved the " Who let the dogs out" when we played Chelsea at home a few years back.

    Absolute classic Fanny, always wondered if it was deliberate or just a wonderful coincident.
    Like to think it was deliberate, Kerry.

    Sort of " naughty, but nice " !

    And was JT in their team that day , by any chance ?
  • Chelsea (again)

    Ebony and Ivory.
  • For Wayne Bridge, Jamie O'Hara or whichever the latest footballer is for whom the cap fits: "Who's Making Love to Your Old Lady" by Johnnie Taylor
  • edited November 2012
    i remember us playing that white stripes tune at half time versus palace.
  • Cardiff once played the steptoe and son theme tune when they played West Ham.
  • For Leicester - Fox(es) on the run, The Sweet
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