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Thread: Funny Cardiff songs

  1. #41

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    The best chants were from the 70s IMO. The smell like ****ing hell one always makes me laugh.
    Spedger

  2. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloop_Jon_Bee View Post
    The best chants were from the 70s IMO. The smell like ****ing hell one always makes me laugh.
    Spedger
    bertie me said to me Bill shankly have you heard of the north bank highbury shanks said no i don't think so but have you heard of the cardiff boot boys

    pretty sure that was the 70's sloop jon bee or just a figment of my imagination ?

    feel free to correct me

  3. #43

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    Not a song, but I do remember a funny banner unfurled by West Ham fans of grange end.

    The big news story the week of the game was a British woman in Sudan facing a public flogging for making a teddy bear Mohammad.

    Banner read something along the lines of “the bear is not Mohammad, but Teddy is our god!”

  4. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by cityhammer View Post
    Not a song, but I do remember a funny banner unfurled by West Ham fans of grange end.

    The big news story the week of the game was a British woman in Sudan facing a public flogging for making a teddy bear Mohammad.

    Banner read something along the lines of “the bear is not Mohammad, but Teddy is our god!”
    There's not much prophet in teddy bears.

  5. #45

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOZZER2 View Post
    bertie me said to me Bill shankly have you heard of the north bank highbury shanks said no i don't think so but have you heard of the cardiff aggro

    pretty sure that was the 70's sloop jon bee or just a figment of my imagination ?

    feel free to correct me
    Corrected

  6. #46

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    Harry Roberts is our friend he kills coppers.

    Circa 1966

    A lot of people thought that was funny at the time

  7. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch Mort View Post
    Harry Roberts is our friend he kills coppers.

    Circa 1966

    A lot of people thought that was funny at the time
    I'd put it a few years later - 1970/71?

    \also around that time was
    "Who's that twat in the big black hat?
    Dixon, Dixon
    Who's that twat in the big black hat,?
    Dixon is his name
    On the beat all daaayyy
    On the wife all night
    Gonna feck that twat in the big black hat
    Dixon is his name.

  8. #48

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    Around the same time, directed at the ref
    Who's the bastard in the black?
    (repeated)

    and

    How's your father, how's your father
    How'd your father referee
    Haven't got one, never had one,
    You're a bastard, referee

  9. #49

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloop_Jon_Bee View Post
    The best chants were from the 70s IMO. The smell like ****ing hell one always makes me laugh.
    Spedger
    70s???
    That’s from the 60s to ‘Distant Drums’ by Jim Reeves

    I hear the sound of distant bums
    Over there (pointing fingers)
    Over there (pointing fingers)
    And do they smell
    Like f*cking hell

  10. #50

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    I'd put it a few years later - 1970/71?
    You may well be right. I looked up the murders and they took place in 1966. Harry Roberts is still alive having spent 48 years inside for his part in the murder of 3 policemen

  11. #51

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch Mort View Post
    You may well be right. I looked up the murders and they took place in 1966. Harry Roberts is still alive having spent 48 years inside for his part in the murder of 3 policemen
    That chant may have kept going from 66 to at least 71.

  12. #52

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    City played Bournemouth early 90s in the League Cup.

    The away game was played just after a Bank Holiday and a year after Leeds fans had played phuck there.

    Not a great amount of City support made the trip and it was a lovely late summer evening.

    Over the top police presence who in fairness weren't acting like complete dicks.

    City fan (Erik the Red?) starts singing at the chief heddlu member...

    "Anything Leeds can do, we can do better, Anything Leeds can do, we can do to..."

    Caused a smirk from fans and police alike.

  13. #53

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  14. #54

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordi Culé View Post
    City played Bournemouth early 90s in the League Cup.

    The away game was played just after a Bank Holiday and a year after Leeds fans had played phuck there.

    Not a great amount of City support made the trip and it was a lovely late summer evening.

    Over the top police presence who in fairness weren't acting like complete dicks.

    City fan (Erik the Red?) starts singing at the chief heddlu member...

    "Anything Leeds can do, we can do better, Anything Leeds can do, we can do to..."

    Caused a smirk from fans and police alike.
    I went to that in a transit van , drove all the way back , around 150 City there

    https://www.11v11.com/matches/afc-bo...st-1991-32328/

  15. #55

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    Quote Originally Posted by fingers View Post
    The two that always stick in my mind when this question comes along are the Adebayor chant and Blakey’s fruit machine one. I know NB hates it, and both would incur the wrath of the woke generation today…probably rightly so
    One from the Grange End early 70s, to the tune of Land of Hope & Glory

    We hate Nottingham Forest
    We hate Swindon too
    And Bristol
    We hate Man Utd
    But Keeeyyy-aaarrr--difff
    We love you

  16. #56

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    That chant may have kept going from 66 to at least 71.
    I remember it in the early 70s

  17. #57

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    Sadly on a packed train to Reading yesterday that Swansea related Hymns ‘n’ Arias was given a rendition by some of our young beauties. Pretty embarrassing, I was sat by a young lady and visibly cringed. It is truly disgusting.

  18. #58

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Soul '68 View Post
    One from the Grange End early 70s, to the tune of Land of Hope & Glory

    We hate Nottingham Forest
    We hate Swindon too
    And Bristol
    We hate Man Utd
    But Keeeyyy-aaarrr--difff
    We love you
    I can't recall those words.
    Nottingham forest was used by many other fans as it scanned perfectly.
    But I believe we started with Blackburn Rovers,
    And then Swindon Town (not too)
    Can't remember the rest, but I'm sure Bristol City was in there, but never ManU, they just weren't on our radar in those days.

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