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Classic 'One Off' Charlton Songs From The Past

Don't know if something like this has been covered already. There's been some greats over the years.

I'll start....

From the late nineties away at Portsmouth when Alan Ball was their manager: "Alan Balls balls ain't dropped yet".

Went on for about 10 minutes straight.

Others?
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    edited November 2012
    I enjoyed the Miguel Llera he ain't got clue last season, albeit to an over used tune.
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    Derby away, circa 92

    "Johnny Major closed ya pits daan" to the tune of "Chrissy Powell's red n white army"

    Best one I ever started was "you only sweat when ya roasting" to Carlton Cole just after that story came out.
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    In the mid '90's, we played a night game at WBA. Seriously the rain was on a par to Yeovil. We lost 2-0 (Andy Hunt scored, but you could hardly see it as the rain had a fog like effect) and played so badly you really had to wonder why you bothered.

    About 10 guys were so sodden they took their tops off and were waving them in the air singing -

    "Lifes out, we've got to sort our lifes out!"
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    Remember QPR away during our first season back down in the second tier (07/08) and an old man, in a sombrero and surrounded by kids, was getting pelters for the full 90 minutes.
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    He is QPR's version of Seb. Still goes with hat and horn
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    "BACK TO THE VALLEY, WERE GOING BACK TO THE VALLEY"

    one off from the past, not the most technical song granted but made me feel happy when i sung it with gusto for sure!
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    The Semedo song at Hillsborough.
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    I sung 'Sugar Sugar' to Gary Mabbutt once.

    BolloxBolder nearly choked.
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    edited November 2012
    Didn't you also have a song for Nigel Batch Addickted?
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    Didn't sing at him just started the 'Nigel give us a wave' in my best Larry Grayson voice - he had a mare that day.
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    We don't need no lennie Lawrence cos weve got our Steve and Alan

    Hey Lawrence f**k off up to boro

    All in all in now your just another c**t from up north



    To another brick in the wall can't remember the game but it was away
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    edited November 2012
    Coming out of Wembley after the 1987 Full Members Cup final defeat 0-1 v Blackburn (we were 1st Division [now Premiership] they were 2nd Division [now championship]) with a group of fans singing;

    'We thought we were good, but we were crap, oh so crap'.
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    edited November 2012
    Can't remember where or when (Selhurst days I think) but one rather tubby, northern, oppo fan was spotted coming back from the burger van and greeted with 100's singing 'Fatty's got a burger tra, la, la, lay' (and repeat).

    Bloke went spare much to both sets of fans amusement.
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    In the mid '90's, we played a night game at WBA. Seriously the rain was on a par to Yeovil. We lost 2-0 (Andy Hunt scored, but you could hardly see it as the rain had a fog like effect) and played so badly you really had to wonder why you bothered.

    About 10 guys were so sodden they took their tops off and were waving them in the air singing -

    "Lifes out, we've got to sort our lifes out!"

    I was at that game, standing on the open terrace getting absolutely soaked. The Charlton fans in the covered seating adjacent were singing:

    "Twelve pounds, you should have paid twelve pounds!" (or whatever the price of a covered seat was).

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    Can't remember where or when (Selhurst days I think) but one rather tubby, northern, oppo fan was spotted coming back from the burger van and greeted with 100's singing 'Fatty's got a burger tra, la, la, lay' (and repeat).

    Bloke went spare much to both sets of fans amusement.



    That was funny I remember it but I think it was away not at shithurst but it was when we were at sellout
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    I remember walking out of Blackburn after losing and finally accepting we were getting relegated from the Premier, and someone piped up with Blackburn is a s*ithole and it spread but it was sung in a fun "always look on the bright side of life" way.
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    Can't remember where or when (Selhurst days I think) but one rather tubby, northern, oppo fan was spotted coming back from the burger van and greeted with 100's singing 'Fatty's got a burger tra, la, la, lay' (and repeat).

    Bloke went spare much to both sets of fans amusement.



    That was funny I remember it but I think it was away not at shithurst but it was when we were at sellout


    Pretty sure it was at Sellout.
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    I seem to remember the burger van or kiosk being a walk across either the back front of a terrace or along the back of one


    This is going to bug the ahit out of me now
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    Where's your pikies in the tree at Chesterfield about 7 years ago.
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    Addickted said:

    I sung 'Sugar Sugar' to Gary Mabbutt once.

    BolloxBolder nearly choked.

    I read his book and he said that not long after he had been diagnosed he was playing at everton and a fan threw him a bag of sweets and shouted "eat those you spastic"
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    Was only young so thats why I'm thinking it was at Selhurst. Seem to remember we won because I think he got the "Fatty whats the score" aswell.
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    Just googled it.

    Was Coventry at Selhurst. Won 3-0
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    He's gotta pineapple on his head!
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    Wolves away around 2004 - their first home game back in the top flight for 19 years I think....

    As we go 4-0 up a loud and impromptu "was it really worth the wait?" rings out from the away end.

    Even some of theirs clapped :)
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    He played on the left, he played on the Riiiiight, it made no difference coz Dennis woz shit.
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    Thank feck for that Se10

    I will sleep now
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    To Pardew,

    "You're not super any more" made me laugh
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    Bloodyhell - 'Fatty's Got A Burger'!!!

    Defo v Coventry City at Selhurst, could have SWORN it was 0-0. God knows how I remembered who we were even playing! Remember 'Bye bye fatty' at the end, too, think he did wave in the end. God the things that remain in our brains...!!
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