When Britain gave football to the world, she also gave it a distinctive terrace culture, rich in humour and foul in language. In spite of the introduction of all-seater stadiums, the songs first generated on the terraces continue to cascade down the stands, some original and spontaneous, others reworked versions of old classics, most of them borderline obscene. This revised and fully updated collection brings the best - and the worst - of these songs together, including songs from virtually every club in the English and Scottish leagues. This is a book for football fans. In a way, it is also a book by football fans. So sit back, relax and enjoy the authentic sound of the terraces...
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Thrown out of singing classes at the age of fourteen, JACK BREMNER soon discovered that his non-exsistent choral skill received a far more sympathetic hearing on the nations football terraces.
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Book Description Bantam Press, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0593053761
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