1882 were singing that one a few years back. Never really caught on much at the time!I saw a big group of blokes on seven sisters before the game, and thought they were Dutch. One had an Ajax jacket on but could have been the lads you saw...
Also the Kyle Walker song is quality. Never heard it before! Deserves a song, about time..
"Kyle Walker was once again relentless, haring up and down his flank in apparent desperation all afternoon, great gnarly arms pumping, like a light-heavyweight boxer fleeing a nuclear blast zone. Wanyama robbed Tom Davies rather brutally by the touchline, taking the ball with a single swivel of his prodigious thighs, the thighs of four normal men compressed together into a single pair of avenging shorts."
Most of it was homophobic, tbh.Don't know why people get so upset - it's almost reverse racism I think.....if they were Brazilian everyone would love it
I love it, I think it's symbolic of the tight bond the squad has. And if it pisses off the bitter, jealous, sour fans of other clubs then all the better!It's the Koreans fault!! Those handshakes i mean. Weird that the press have just jumped on it, we've been doing it all season.
My view is: They're young, let them act like young people. Its a bit cringy but its one of those things that opposing fans will jump on because its football and people will do anything to have a dig, but they'd be loving it if it was their own team banging the goals in.
I personally hope we keep seeing it every week.
100% nailed on Dier sleepwalking again. As good as we may think he is, in a back three he is very much the weak link.Dont really think you can attribute their goals to him going off. Jan fell over for their first and the second came from a set piece (Toby at fault?)..... Would we have scored our 3rd with Dembele on the pitch?
Not so much hidden significance, more blatant tbh.I obviously don't understand the hidden significance in the handshakes