Cool, sorry if it sounded like I was having a go at you!Bill I was being slightly facetious with the rhyming part…. Of course there are thousands of ways to make a rhyme possible.
There was certainly some homosexual connotations and I believe that’s where the authoritative pressure should’ve been exerted because it wasn’t racist.
I remember at the time the clowns on The Guardian fixated on the racist part, as well as their assumption that we were ridiculing mental illness - that proper pissed me off, we were ridiculing a cunt, formerly "one of our own" not the rest of us with our demons you idiot hacks who, it was clear, had never been to a football match in their lives - it wasn't the usual football journos spewing out this shit, and me thinking how wrong it was. There was a game, maybe a NLD when some one had a Judas caricature and it was used as "proof". Like you can't hate a black player, despite all our protestations of our love for Ledley?
It stank, massively.