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Manchester United Chants & Songs

Take a look at some of the most iconic Manchester United chants and keep an eye out for the most recent tunes. We are known as the Busby Boys. Hello! Hello! We are known as the busby lads. Hello! Hello! We are known as the busby lads. And if you are a City fan, you must surrender or you will perish. We are all United supporters. a total of 20 times! a total of 20 times a total of 20 Man United is a football club based in Manchester, England. a total of 20 times a total of 20 I repeat myself twenty times twenty times.

The Matt Busby Way of Football Participation!

Going up to the spirit world in the sky, since that’s where I’m going when I die, When I die and they bury me, I’m going to take a pee with my ashes in it.

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  1. The color of the United States flag is the darkest red.
  2. Prior to their limbs becoming tight and chilly, Their heart’s blood had colored every fold of their clothing.
  3. We’ll live and die beneath its shady eaves.
  4. We’ll continue to fly the Red Flag in this area.
  5. The Stretford Enders are a football team from Stretford, England.
  6. What is the North Bank, Highbury?
  7. I’ve been thinking about the United States of America.

Jose has us playing the way we should be, and I’m excited about that.

United Calypso Ensemble Manchester, Manchester United, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester A slew of bouncing balls Busby Babes are a group of young women that like to be on the go.

If they ever come to your town, be sure to go see them.

Come in for a class and discover what you can learn.

United is the team of choice for me.

Using an item from your knick knack paddy whack a dog a bone.

Jingle bells, please!

Is it true that the city is yours?

Are you fucking sure there are 20000 vacant seats?

We will not rest till we have won the Football League.

We will not rest till we have won the Football League.

To the island of Sicily And we’re going to battle, fight, fight.

Oh, my gentlemen, You should have anticipated our arrival, Just to watch us rushing about, we’re the fastest squad in the league.

Matt Busby’s aces may be seen when walking down the Warwick Road.

We’ll stick with the guys, of Manchester United, and the Busby Babes for the rest of our lives.

The city of Manchester, (the city of Manchester)is fantastic, (is wonderful)Oh Manchester is great, It’s full with tits, fanny, and United;Oh Manchester is wonderful.

We are the cock of the North, and we despise the Scousers.

), We are United, of course, with the Cockneys The Manchester boys are without a doubt, we are the Manchester boys.

In the merry month of May she was dressed in red, she was dressed in red, she was dressed in red, she was dressed in red in the merry month of May and when I inquired as to why she was dressed in red, she replied that it was for Manchester United and that they were traveling to Wem-ber-ley, Wem-ber-ley, Wem-ber-ley, We are Man United.

  1. Stretford End is on the rise.
  2. I wouldn’t recommend going out tonight unless you’re dressed in red and white because I sense there’s danger on the horizon.
  3. You are my Solskjaer, my Ole Solskjaer, my Ole Solskjaer.
  4. Was fucking more expensive, In that case, please don’t take away My Solskjaer…
  5. If you are traveling from Manchester, You’ll almost certainly be a blue, as will be Mosston, Collyhurst, Salford, and Ancoats.
  6. Man United are in charge.
  7. La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la You may wear your Bayern Munich jersey with pride.

Because there’s only one collosal team they play in laser blue for, and they’re going to defeat United, just like they used to, and they’re going to conquer Europe, just like they did in 1969.

La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la If I die on Kippax Street, my family will be devastated.

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

woah-oh-oh, woah-oh-oh, Using your brain and your feet, woah-oh woah-oh, woah-oh, Utilize your intellect and your feet, 10 blue bastards are at my feet, and I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

If my bones do not heal, woah-oh woah-oh, I’m going to die.

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

Wow, when we get down to Maine Road, wow, wow, wow, what a rush!

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

woah-oh, woah-oh, woah-oh, Burn, demolish, wreck, and kill are some of the words that come to mind.

United fans have a fucking strong will, I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

My gravestone will have the words woah-oh, woah-oh, written on it.

woah-oh, woah-oh, woah-oh, I think I’ll get along with the Devil just fine.

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

I’m going to die at the Stretford End, and it’s going to be a big deal.

I’m going to say it again: Wow, Oh, Oh.

Viva da Silva, Viva da Silva, Viva da Silva, When they’re on the field, you have no idea which one is which.

Chris Smalling is a British footballer who plays for the Manchester United football club.

And he plays at the back of the field.

Ander-son-son-son He’s our midfield wizard, to put it mildly.

With a brass, for example, In addition, he slams Fabregas.

So I inquired as to his identity.

Wayne Rooney (often known as “wazza”) is an English footballer who plays for Manchester United (repeat) Berbatov Dimitar, Berbatov, and others He took one glance at City and said, “Fuck off.” Javier Hernandez is a Spanish actor and singer who is best known for his role in the film The Great Gatsby.

  1. Little Pea is played by Javier Hernandez.
  2. Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs, tearing down the wing, it’s all over.
  3. Fear induced by the blues The reds have a soft spot for him.
  4. Giggs, Giggs, Giggs will break you apart once again.
  5. Nemanja Vidic is a Serbian footballer.
  6. John O’Shea is a well-known Irish actor.
  7. We all know that Jonny is going to score a goal.

He’s huge, he’s evil, and he goes by the name of Wesley Brown.

If you dare, come and give it a go.

He is our savior from a distance, What kind of buddy do we have in Jesus, exactly?

Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Canton Cantona v2 (Cantona v2) We’ll have a drink here and there.

He’s the best center forward the world has ever seen in the history of the sport.

Viva Cristiano Ronaldo, viva Cristiano Ronaldo, Following the wing’s length, Hear the United States of America sing, Viva Cristiano Ronaldo!

Yip Jaap is an abbreviation for Yip Jaap Stam is an imposing Dutchman of stature.

A simple technique will make you appear foolish, so don’t even think about it.

The man’s name is Adnan, and he’s from Belgium.

Radamel Falcao is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Real Madrid.

Radamel Falcao is a footballer from Colombia….

Juan Mata woah, Juan Mata woah, Juan Mata woah, He made the rent boys weep, and he played with Januzaj as a result.

Who is the best player in the Premier League right now, and why?

Hello, Juan Juan.

Hello, Juan Juan.

It’s you Juan Juan Juan, it’s you Juan Juan, it’s you Juan Juan, Juan Mata, Juan Mata, Juan Mata, woahhh Juan Mata, woahhh Juan Mata Juan Juan Juan, it’s you Juan Juan Juan, it’s you Juan Juan Juan Ruud van Nistelrooy is a Dutch actor and director.

It takes just one person, Shinji Kagawa, to make a difference.

That Carrick fellow is a pain in the neck.

Robin van Persie is a Dutch footballer who plays for Manchester United.

Robin van Persie, how I adore you!

We do what we want, we do what we waaaa-ant, we’re Man United, we do what we want!

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a soccer player from Sweden.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a soccer player from Sweden. He is regarded as a national hero in Sweden. A free agent signing from PSG, he cost us absolutely nothing. 6 foot 5 and as hard as a f**k, he thrill the Reds’ fans. Defend your city with your a**e, because we are Manchester United.

Manchester United Songs and Chants about Manchester City

Anti-Man city songs sang by United fans
If Manchester city fans are to be believed, Manchester is mainly made up of blues and all United fans (or ‘Munichs’ as they label them), come from Singapore or London. Whatsmore, United are from Salford, and they are Manchester’s only club!
In truth, Manchester is very much a red city. city fans tend to come from the suburbs, especially those areas with an SK postcode (hence United’s nickname for them as ‘Stockports’) and both stadiums are the same distance (2 miles) to Manchester Town Hall.
Notthat ‘bitter blues’ (so called because of their hatredfor United often being greater than their love for theirown club) ever go to the games – their new ground, Eastlands,just like Maine Road, rarely sells out and attendancesdropped as low as 17,200 in the 2008-09 season!
Infairness, city fans are more dedicated than most fansof equally poor teams but like 1860 Munich, Espanyoland Torino in their respective cities, It’s the never-endinglist of misconceptions that city fans spin (and probablybelieve), that makes them such an irritant and laughingstock amongst United fans.
“There’s plenty of talk from them but I disregard it really because it is all talk!”- Sir Alex Ferguson on Manchester city’s billions
The Council House, Is Never Full
(to the tune of ‘Oh Suzannah’)
The council house
(The council house)
Is never full
(is never full)
The council house is never full
Unless they’re playing Man U-ni-ted
The council house is never full
Manchestercity’s average attendances for competitive gamesat Eastlands:
(Capacity= 47,726 of which approx 3,000 – 4,500 given toaway fans)
2009-10= 40,524 (upto 29/10/09)
2008-09= 38,219 2005-06= 41,097
2007-08= 40,311 2004-05= 42,854
2006-07= 38,670 2003-04= 43,756
If I Die On The Kippax Street
(to the tune of ‘Yankee Doodle’)
If I die on the Kippax Street
Woah-oh, woah-oh
If I die on the Kippax Street
Woah-oh, woah-oh.
If I die on the Kippax Street
There will be ten blue b*stards at my feet,
Woah-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh!
Use your head and use your feet,
Woah-oh, woah-oh
Use your head and use your feet,
Woah-oh, woah-oh.
Use your head and use your feet
There will be ten blue b*stards at my feet,
Woah-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh!
If my bones do not mend,
Woah-oh, woah-oh
If my bones do not mend,
Woah-oh, woah-oh.
If my bones do not mend
Then carry me back to the Stretford End,
Woah-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh!
When we go down to Maine Road,
Woah-oh, woah-oh
When we go down to Maine Road,
Woah-oh, woah-oh.
When we go down to Maine Road,
The city fans they s*it their load,
Woah-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh!
City Are A Massive Club!
(to the tune of ‘He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands’)
They’ve got the tallest floodlights in the Football League,
They’ve got the tallest floodlights in the Football League,
They’ve got the tallest floodlights in the Football League.
Oh, city are a massive club!
Over 2,000 verses have since been added, not all were sang at the ground but those that were include (in no particular order):
They’ve got Curly Watts as a celebrity fan.
They’ve got the widest pitch, in the land.
They’ve got the tallest corner flags in the world.
They’ve got the greenest grass in the whole of the world.
They’ve got the biggest bananas in the land.
You can see Old Trafford from the Kippax Stand.
They had Ryan Giggs on schoolboy forms.
They had Colin Bell who was better than Best.
They bought Steve Daley for a million quid.
They tried to sign Geoff Thomas and he turned ’em down.
They won the Shamrock Trophy in ’92.
They’ve got Bernard Manning as their fattest fan.
They used to be Little, but now they’re Large.
They’ve got a dirty old slapper with a rusty bell(† 1).
They’ve got salt and pepper on their hot dog stands.
They’ve got four different stands from a Meccano kit.
They’ve got exec boxes with a balcony.
They had a chairman and a manager that wore a wig.
They’ve got the Gallagher brothers in the Guvenors.
They invade their pitch when they win 3 points.
They do a lap of honour when they win the toss.
They sing racist chants cos they’ve got no class.
~ Added in 1997 ~
They’ve got 3 stars on their new club badge.
They’ve got a continental lazer blue Kappa kit.
They’re going to turn Manchester into Milan.
They had the future England captain, but his cruciate went. († 2)
They’ve got 54 players but they’re no f*cking good.
They’ve got a gypsy curse on their massive pitch.
~ Added in 1998 ~
They have a derby match with Macclesfield.
They go to Wrexham and Cardiff on Euro-aways.
They’ve got a farmyard animal and they play him up front.(† 3)
~ Added in 1999 ~
Their best ever player plays for Ajax reserves.(† 4)
They’ve got the best goalie the world has ever seen(† 5)
~ Added in 2000 ~
They signed George Weah but he thought they played in red.
They signed Spencer Prior on deadline day.
They take 15,000 to every away.
They take 30,000 to every away.
They take 60,000 to every away.
They took quarter of a million to Ewood Park.
They’ve got three million fans in Manchester.
They empty Stockport when they play at home.
They’re the only team to come from Manchester.
They have a civic reception when they’ve won f*ck all
They were the second-best team in Division Two.
They were the third-best team in Division Three.
They’ve had 17 managers in 20 years.
Sadly this song grew too ‘massive’ to be sang at matches and as a result barely gets heard nowadays. It’s a shame as this is without doubt the best example of the wit and improvisation heard at Old Trafford before the Glazer takeover – each verse at one time or another probably being a serious claim to fame by city fans.
(† 1)= Helen “the bell” Turner (who rang her bell at City for 30 years) / († 2)= Paul Lake
(† 3)=Shaun Goater /(† 4)=Georgie Kinkladze /(† 5)=Nicky Weaver
Sang following United’s 5-0 thrashing of City in 1994/95
2-0 Up and F*cked It Up
(to the tune of ‘The Camptown Races’)
Two – nil up and f*cked it up,
City! City!
Two – nil up and f*cked it up,
City is our name.
City is our name.
City is our name.
Two – nil up and f*cked it up,
City is our name.
Sang after United came back from 2-0 down at Maine Road in 1993 to win 3-2

20 Chants Every True Manchester City Fan Should Know

  1. Shouting at English football stadiums has endured, if not expanded, in the 32 years since The Clash sang “the in crowd say it’s fine to enjoy this chanting thing.” Not to be a downer, but it’s possible that the cessation of chanting will be for the best. Europe’s past with regard to shouting and groupthink hasn’t been that illustrious to begin with. In addition, while we would all want to believe that football fans have progressed, too many recent tales demonstrate that even purportedly urbane City supporters (ahem) may veer towards the tasteless and nasty if given the opportunity. If this essay had been published on a different website, it may have developed into more of a social commentary. Many of the chants I discovered throughout my investigation have racist, homophobic, or just plain ugly implications, which I have highlighted below. A large number of them are profane, including all 37 renditions of “My Old Man,” among others. We, on the other hand, do not deal in that kind of information here at Bleacher Report. You should realize that the merchandise on this website is read by children. So, here are 20 chants that every City fan should be familiar with—all of which have been sterilized for your safety. Chants and songs are treated equally in this piece for the sake of comparison. It makes no difference whether they recite it or sing it in this case.
  1. In the 32 years since The Clash sang, “the in crowd say it’s fine to like this shouting thing,” chanting at English football stadiums has endured, if not grown, according to some. Although I don’t want to be a spoilsport, it’s possible that the cessation of singing would be beneficial. With regard to chanting and groupthink, Europe’s history is not very illustrious. We would all want to believe that football fans have progressed, but too many recent examples suggest that even purportedly urbane City supporters (ahem) can descend into tasteless and horrible behavior when given the opportunity. The tone of this essay could have been different if it had appeared on another website. As I discovered during my study, many of the shouts have racist, homophobic, or just plain ugly undertones. They include all 37 renditions of “My Old Man,” which is a profane song. The information you’re looking for isn’t available on Bleacher Report, though. You should realize that children read the content on this website. In that case, here are 20 chants that every City supporter should be familiar with—all of which have been sanitized for your safety and enjoyment. Both chants and songs are treated equally for the purposes of this composition. It makes no difference whether they recite or sing it
  1. We are the boys who are playing to win/City-the Boys in Blue will never give up/Football is the game that we all live for/Saturday is the day we play the game/Everyone needs to pull together/And united we shall stand,” the song continues. This one goes on for quite a bit, but it is well worth your time to watch. It even crosses the line into quasi-religious territory: In another generation/When new men have arrived to take our place/They will carry on the greatness of the City/KEEPING CITY IN THE PLACE,” the lyricist writes. That is significant material.
  1. “I’m City ’til I die/I’m City ’til I die/I know I’m I’m certain I’m/I’m City ’til I die.” “I’m City ’til I die/I’m City ’til I die/I know I’m I’m certain I’m/I’m City ‘until I die.” On city message boards, you will notice the abbreviation “CTID.” After 42 years on this planet, I’m quite sure I’ve never heard the song “Happy,” which is allegedly set to the tune of something called “Happy.” A lot of complexity is missing from this chant, as well as from the music I picture it to be. It’s all quite basic, really
  1. In the words of the song “I’m City ’til I die/I’m City ’til I die/I know it’s true, and I’m certain that it is true/I’m City ’til I die,” the singer says, “I’m City ’til I die/I’m City ‘until I die/I’m City till I die.” On city message boards, you’ll find the abbreviation “CTID.” After 42 years on this planet, I’m quite sure I’ve never heard the song “Happy,” which is allegedly set to the tune of “Happy.” A lot of elegance is missing from this chorus, as well as from the tune I envision. There are no complicated procedures to follow.
  1. “In 1963, we were relegated to Division Two/The Stretford End erupted in applause/It was the end of the Sky Blues/Joe Mercer arrived/We played the game/We travelled to Rotherham/We won 1-0, and we were promoted/Into Division One.” I’ll just let you know that I double-checked to make sure this lyric was accurate in terms of the year. Yes, it did. The 1962-63 Sky Blues were demoted together with Leyton Orient after winning only 10 of their 42 matches during the season in question. “(Since then) We’ve won the league, we’ve won the cup/We’ve gone to Europe as well (and won)/And when we win the league this year/We’ll sing this song to you/City, City, City, City,” the song’s lyrics read. “(Since then)” What do you think about watching some Champions League football?
  1. When the skies are dreary, you make me joyful. You’ll never know how much I adore you. Please don’t take my City away from me. The fact that this song is set to the melody of “You Are My Sunshine” is probably already obvious to you. Again, no one has suggested that the persons who composed the songs and chants that were chanted by hundreds of people at sports stadiums were members of the Mensa.
  1. When the blues come marching in/When the blues come marching in/I want to be in that number/When the blues come marching in/Oh when the blues come marching in With a deep breath, (insert your name here). The first few weeks of my time as a Premier League fan, I had a blast watching the games on television and hearing this cry reverberate around the stadium, even drowning out the voices of the announcers, which I have to say was pretty fantastic. As I continued to see the fans of many teams across the world, I found that each and every single team’s stadium has its own form of this cry. Even the Saints and the Spurs are among those who come marching into town on this day. This raises the issue of why any of these admirers memorize this particular passage. Why would you take a chant from another fandom and use it in your own game? Why would someone wish to be perceived as being so unoriginal? I’m very sure there aren’t any answers at this place
  1. “We’ve never won at home, and we’ve never won on the road. We lost last week/We lost today/We don’t give a (fill in the blank)/Because we’re all pissed off/MCFC is OK with us/MCFC OK.” When I asked my younger brother to assist me with this composition, this was the first chant he responded with, which I appreciated. In this poem, the literary structure is rather well-paced, with the lines “MCFC OK” and “never win away” linking back to “never win away.” It’s understandable why this might have been popular when the squad was performing poorly. It’s also possible that this cry might become popular in the context of “I used to be dumpy, now I’m fit and dating a supermodel,” as City’s fortunes have flipped
  1. In the words of the song, “Hear now, here/The City sing/United run away/And we will fight for the rest of time/Because it’s Derby Day/We are City/Super Cities, we are City from Maine Road, we are Oh City City, we are the only football team to come from Manchester.” A nod to City’s past at Maine Road, as well as a straight jab at Manchester United, are all present and accounted for on this t-shirt. Although, the Sky Blues’ recent roster changes have diminished the impact of their claim to be the only football team to originate from the city of Manchester. That’s true, but…
  1. In the words of the song, “City win, United lose/Oh City/You’ve got me singing the blues,” “I’ve never felt more like singing the blues.” This match used to be particularly memorable because, let’s face it, the chances of City winning and United losing on the same day were quite unlikely. Both clubs have been at the top of the Premier League table in recent years, which means that the “City win” side of the jigsaw puzzle comes through more frequently, even though the “United lose” half is still a rarity in the game. Although City does not have the ability to bring this about on a regular basis, they do it at least twice a year. One of them will play this Sunday at the Etihad Stadium.
  1. In the words of the song, “City win, United lose/Oh City/You’ve got me singing the blues,” “I’ve never felt more like singing the blues” This game used to be particularly memorable because, let’s face it, the chances of City winning and United losing on the same day were quite improbable. Due to the fact that both clubs have been at the top of the Premier League table in recent years, the “City win” side of the jigsaw puzzle appears more frequently, even though the “United lose” half is still a rare. City, on the other hand, has the ability to bring this about at least twice a year on its own. At the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, one of them will be playing.
  1. In the words of the song, “City win, United lose/Oh City/You’ve got me singing the blues,” “I’ve never felt more like singing the Blues.” In the past, this game was particularly memorable because, let’s face it, the chances of City winning and United losing on the same day were extremely slim. Both clubs have finished at the top of the Premier League table in recent years, which means that the “City win” half of the jigsaw comes together more frequently, even though the “United lose” half is still a rarity. City, on the other hand, has the ability to make this a reality at least twice a year on their own. One of them will be at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
  1. “Oh there’s no red in Manchester/only It’s home to Man City/Oh there’s no red in Manchester/only It’s home to Man City/Oh there’s no red in Manchester/only It’s home to Man City.” “Oh there’s no red in Manchester/only It’s home to Man City.” Hey, here’s another football chant sung to the tune of “When the Saints Marching In!” That’s a rare occurrence! It appears that even supporters of clubs whose namesake is the Saints believe that this specific tradition has reached the end of its usefulness.
  1. “You’ll never get a job/You’ll never get a job/You’ll never get a job/You’ll never get a job/You’ll never get a job To sign on, sign on/With the hope in your heart/That you’ll never get a job/That you’ll never get a job” Without a doubt, any chant that mimics Liverpool Football Club’s iconic use of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” to remember their fallen supporters is treading on rough ice. “You’ll Never Walk Alone” is a catchphrase that has become synonymous with the club. That, I think, is the whole idea of the exercise. Liverpool reveres the “You’ll Never Walk Alone” routine as if it were a sacred ceremony to be observed every year. Perhaps in their eyes. Everyone else will only have a few minutes to wait till the contest begins
  2. However,
  1. In the words of Bob Dylan, “If I had the wings of a sparrow, if I had the arse of a cow, I’d soar over Old Trafford tomorrow and (defecate) on the bastards below.” This slideshow will be kept in the PG-13 category, as I stated before in this post. I’ve tried my hardest, believe me. That being said, this is poetry, so darn it.
  1. For Colin the King the King the King/He leads Manchester City/He is the finest inside forward/the world has ever seen, let’s have a drink a drink a drink for Colin the King the King/He leads Man City/He is the greatest inside forward/the world has ever seen.” It should come as no surprise that Colin Bell is the subject of a number of chants, given that City named a stand after him. “Number One is Colin Bell,” which I thought was quite brilliant, even if it did completely demolish the notion that repetition is a crucial element of humor. So, this one, then, is it
  1. “”How are you doing today?” “How are you doing today?” “How are you doing today?” “How are you doing today?” “How are you doing today?” “How are you doing today?” It is because of this that the blue flag is flying high/ Up soaring high, up in the sky/ We will maintain the blue flag flying high/From Manchester to the Bernabeu/We will continue to keep the blue flag flying high” This one, set to the tune of “O Christmas Tree,” is so upbeat and downright cheerful that it almost doesn’t feel like it’s true to the season. Despite the fact that I enjoy the rhyme between blue and Bernabeu. That is a powerful statement
  1. “Jingle bells/Jingle bells/Jingle all the way/Oh, what pleasure it is to watch/Man City win away,” the song sings in the background. Hey! When it comes to these chants, nursery rhymes and pop music are excellent choices, but a Christmas carol will suffice in a hurry. The touring City fans at the Struncovy Sady Stadion on Tuesday may have busted this one out
  2. I’m curious.
  1. “We all follow the City/Across land and sea and through Stretford/We all follow the City/On to triumph,” the chorus sings. How did the town of Stretford become involved in this? Whatever the case, this cry was decades ahead of its time. Since the team’s home matches are televised virtually anywhere there is a power grid, City fans from all over the world are following the club right now. I’m watching City from a distance of hundreds of miles away and am not missing a beat
  1. It occurred to me that “maybe” you’re going to be the one who rescues me. “After all, you’re my wonderwall.” The singer Noel Gallagher used to be well-known for something other than being a die-hard Manchester City football supporter. He was a fan of the band Oasis. They were just fantastic. “Don’t Look Back in Anger” is undoubtedly their finest song, but “Wonderwall” was nearly likely their biggest success, and it was also their most popular tune. Because he is frequently present at the Etihad, “Wonderwall” will frequently be heard blasting from the stadium’s speakers after the conclusion of City matches. There are worse tunes to be linked with
  2. There are worse songs.

Man Utd chants: Lyrics & videos to the most popular Old Trafford songs

Are you planning on attending a game at the Theatre of Dreams this season? A sample of the music that you may expect to hear at the Red Devils’ home stadium is provided below: Manchester United have one of the most vibrant and diverse fan cultures in all of English football, as seen by their extensive repertoire of chants and songs. Red Devils fans throng both the Old Trafford and away sections on a weekly basis, and tickets to United games are nearly always in high demand, especially during the winter months.

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  • Is it possible that you’ll be attending a game at the Theater of Dreams this season? A sample of the music you may expect to hear at the Red Devils’ home stadium is provided below. A huge collection of chants at Manchester United demonstrates that the club has one of the richest fan cultures in English football, as seen by their large collection of chants. Week in and week out, Red Devils fans throng Old Trafford and the away sections alike, and tickets to see the team are virtually always in high demand. As a result, a massive Stretford End songbook has accumulated over the years, and Goal has compiled videos and lyrics to some of the most popular chants heard at United games throughout the years.

Prepare for your visit to the Theatre of Dreams this season by watching the videos below – but be aware that some of them contain severe language. – Read more about the following chants: Chelsea chants, Liverpool chants, Manchester City chants, Arsenal chants, Tottenham chants, and Everton chants

  1. Ole’s behind the wheel, and Harry Maguire is in the house. We are not going to be moved
  2. Hello, hello
  3. You are my Solskjaer
  4. How are you today? We are U-N-I-T-E-D
  5. We are in love with one another
  6. Glory, Glory, Glory Man United has won the Premier League 20 times. Doo Tuanzebe’s Take Me Home and United Calypso are among the songs on the album. Other songs include Michael Carrick’s Ooh Aah Cantona, George Best’s George Best, Anthony Martial’s Anthony Martial, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Take Me Home.

‘Ole’s at the wheel!’

Ole is in command of the ship. Please describe how nice it feels. We have Sanchez, Paul Pogba, and Fred in our squad. Marcus Rashford is a Manchester United fan who was born and raised in the city. Du du du du du du du du du du du du du du du du We’ve beaten every team in English football history.

Harry Maguire!

In the driver’s seat is Ole How does it feel? Please tell me how it feels. Arsenal has signed Sanchez, Paul Pogba, and Fred to a three-year contract. Originally from Manchester, Marcus Rashford plays for the Premier League club. Duetto duetto duetto duetto We’ve beaten every other team in English football.

We shall not be moved

We will not be moved, and we will not allow ourselves to be moved. We will not be moved, and we will not allow ourselves to be moved. We will not be swayed, just as we will not be moved by the club that is going to win the Football League (again).

Hello, Hello

Hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, We are known as the Busby Boys. We are the Busby Boys, and we’d like to introduce ourselves. And if you are a Manchester City supporter, you must surrender or you will perish. We are all united in our support for United.

You Are My Solskjaer

You are my Solskjaer, and I am grateful to you. Ole Solskjaer is a personal favorite of mine. When the skies are dreary, you make me glad. Alan Shearer, how I adore you. Was a f*cking lot more expensive So please don’t remove My Solskjaer from the picture.

U-N-I-T-E-D

U-N-I-T-E-D United is the team of choice for me. With a knick-knack paddy-whack, to be precise. Give a bone to a dog. Why doesn’t City just f*** off and go home?

We love United

We adore United, we really do. We adore United, we really do. We adore United, we really do. Oh, United, how we adore you.

Glory, Glory Man United

The United States is our favorite, and we are proud of that fact. The United States is our favorite, and we are proud of that fact. The United States is our favorite, and we are proud of that fact. Oh, United, how much we adore you…

20 Times

Man United has won the Premier League twenty times in a row.

I repeat myself twenty times, twenty times. Man United has won the Premier League twenty times in a row. Footballing the Matt Busby way is a lifestyle.

Take Me Home

Man United has won the Premier League twenty times in a row now. I repeat myself twenty times, twenty times Man United has won the Premier League twenty times in a row now. Footballing the way Matt Busby does it.

United Calypso

Manchester, Manchester United, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester A slew of bouncing balls Busby Babes are a group of young women that like to be on the go. They are deserving of being knighted. When they come to your area to perform Get yourself to the football field as soon as possible. Take a class and you will see what I mean. Matt Busby is a football instructor.

Matt Busby’s Aces

Oh, you guys, I’m sorry. You should’ve seen us coming, didn’t you? Just to watch us rushing around the field makes us the fastest squad in the league. All of my gentlemen and ladies With a smile on their cheeks, they To view Matt Busby’s aces, I decided to go along the Warwick Road.

Michael Carrick

You’re right, it’s Carrick. It’s difficult to believe that it isn’t Scholes. You’re right, it’s Carrick.

Ooh Aah Cantona

What an incredible buddy we have in Jesus. He is our savior from a distance. What an incredible buddy we have in Jesus. Cantona is the name of this individual. Cantona, Cantona, Cantona Cantona, Cantona, Cantona Cantona, Cantona, Cantona, ooh aah, ooh aah, Cantona Cantona, Cantona, Cantona

George Best

It is up to the spirit world in the sky that I will ascend when I die. And after I die and they bury me, I intend to spend the rest of my days on the p*** with Georgie Best, who is my best friend.

Anthony Martial

Tony Martial is a Frenchman who moved to the United States. According to the English press, he had no chance. Tony Martial scores another again, squandering fifty million dollars.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Originally from France, Tony Martial They predicted that he would not succeed. Another Tony Martial goal means another $50 million down the toilet.

Doo Tuanzebe

Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel Doo Tuanzebe, diddy dum, diddy doo, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Axel, Tuanzebe, diddy dum, diddy doo, Tuanzebe, diddy dum, Tuanzebe

“Five More Years!”, “Best Fans in the World” – Some Man City Fans React to Hilarious Supporter Chant After Derby Win

Following Manchester City’s 2-0 victory over Manchester United, a video of supporters chanting “Ole’s At The Wheel” inside Old Trafford went viral. Some City fans took to social media to express their displeasure with the video. Manchester United suffered their second consecutive Premier League home defeat on Saturday afternoon, as Manchester City cruised past their local rivals at Old Trafford to claim the three points. Blues forward Joao Cancelo’s cross was turned in by Manchester United centre-back Eric Bailly in the sixth minute of the game, capping off a dominant performance for the visitors.

At Old Trafford, though, Bernardo Silva would score once again, this time with a stunning strike on the stroke of half-time to increase the Blues’ advantage.

During the celebrations following Liverpool’s 5-0 victory against Manchester United a fortnight ago, fans were seen mocking United fans with the song “Ole’s at the wheel.” The cry, which has been heard from the City area of Old Trafford in recent weeks as worries persist over the future of the current United manager, was heard for the first time from the City portion of the stadium on Saturday.

Following the release of the video on the internet, fans of City Xtra have expressed their opinions on the notorious chant and have proceeded to make fun of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.

Here are some of our favorite responses: You may follow us on Twitter at @City Xtra for real-time updates.

All the lyrics to Man Utd chants heard at Old Trafford

A video of Manchester City fans chanting “Ole’s At The Wheel” inside Old Trafford following the Blues’ 2-0 victory over Manchester United has sparked outrage among some of the club’s followers. Manchester United lost their second consecutive Premier League home defeat on Saturday afternoon, as Manchester City cruised to a 3-0 victory over their local rivals. Blues forward Joao Cancelo’s cross was turned in by United centre-back Eric Bailly in the sixth minute of the game, capping off a dominating performance.

  • After a superb finish on the stroke of half-time, Bernardo Silva would score his second goal of the season at Old Trafford to increase Chelsea’s lead.
  • Fans were seen insulting Manchester United fans with the song “Ole’s at the wheel” in the aftermath of Liverpool’s 5-0 triumph against them a fortnight ago.
  • A video of the song being played from the away end at Old Trafford was uploaded by Simon Bajkowski after the game ended in a 2-0 victory for Manchester City.
  • Listed here are some of our favorite responses: You may keep up with us on Twitter at @City Xtra for real-time information.

Ole’s at the wheel

Following Manchester City’s 2-0 victory against Manchester United, a video of supporters chanting “Ole’s At The Wheel” inside Old Trafford went viral. Some Manchester City fans took to social media to express their outrage. Manchester United suffered their second consecutive Premier League home defeat on Saturday afternoon, as Manchester City easily defeated their local rivals at Old Trafford. The Blues seized the lead just six minutes of the game’s start, thanks to a cross from Joao Cancelo that was turned in by United centre-back Eric Bailly.

At Old Trafford, though, Bernardo Silva would score yet again, this time with a stunning strike on the stroke of half-time to increase the Blues’ advantage.

Following Liverpool’s 5-0 victory against Manchester United a week ago, fans were seen insulting United fans with the song “Ole’s at the wheel.” The cry, which has been heard from the City area of Old Trafford in recent weeks as worries persist over the future of the current United boss, was heard at the opposite end of the stadium on Saturday.

Fans of City Xtra have weighed in on the notorious chant since the video was made public, and they have continued to make fun of the Manchester United boss as a result of the exposure. Here are some of our favorite reactions: You may follow us on Twitter: @City Xtra for real-time information.

U-N-I-T-E-D

U-N-I-T-E-D, United is the team for me, and with a knick knack paddy whack, I’ll throw a bone to a dog, too. Why doesn’t City just f*** off and go home?

Twenty times

The Man United team has scored 20 times in 20 minutes, 20 times in 20 minutes I say, 20 times in 20 minutes Man United, playing football the Busby way.

Take me home, United Road

United Road, please take me home. To the place where I belong, to Old Trafford, to watch Manchester United, United Road, please take me home. United fans are once again enthused about their team and looking forward to future visits to Old Trafford under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

What a feeling, what a night

Oh, what a night that was. In late May of 1999, Ole scored a goal in injury time, and what a sensation, what a night it was.

Into something good

It’s been one hell of a night. Ole scored an injury-time goal late in May of 1999, and what a thrill, what a night it was.

You are my Solskjaer

Oh, what a night it’s been. Ole scored a goal in injury time late in May of 1999, and what a sensation, what a night it was.

Giggs will tear you apart

Giggs, Giggs, Giggs will break you apart once again.

Spirit in the Sky

After that, I’ll go on up to the spirit in the sky. After all, it’s where I’m going when I die. As soon as I die and my body is laid to rest, I intend to go on the p*** with Georgie Best.

Tony Martial came from France

Tony Martial arrived from France, the English press said he would fail, £50 million down the pan, and Tony Martial scores again again. Tony Martial has scored another another goal! (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

Twelve Cantonas

My true-love surprised me with the gift of an Eric Cantona on the first day of Christmas. A pair of Cantonas and an Eric Cantona were presented to me on the second day of Christmas by my true-love. A trio of Cantonas, two Cantonas, and one Eric Cantona were presented to me on the third day of Christmas by my true-love.

Ander Herrera

old, ole, ole, Ander Herrera is a Spanish actor who has been in a number of films. Ole, ole, ole, ola, ola, ola, ola, ola, ola, ola, Estrella is consumed straight from the barrel. He is not Spanish, but Basque, and he has a strong sense of humor. Ole, ole, ole, ola, ola, ola, ola.

Jaap Stam

Yip, Jaap Stam is a hulking Dutchman, and you should try to go past him if you f***** can. Yip Yap Jaap Stam will make you appear like a d*** if you don’t try a little prank on him. United fans have sung their hearts out over Gary Neville’s emotions against Liverpool.

Gary Neville

Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, He despises Scousers

Viva Ronaldo

Viva Cristiano Ronaldo, Viva Cristiano Ronaldo Following the wing’s length, Hear Manchester United chanting, “Viva Ronaldo.”

Juan Mata

The Ronaldo chant goes on and on and on. I’m going to run down the right side. The chant “Viva Ronaldo” can be heard across the stadium.

Nemanja Vidic/Nemanja Matic

Nemanja whoa, Nemanja whoa, Nemanja whoa He’s from Serbia, and he’s going to f****** murder you.

We are the Busby Boys

Hello!

Hello! We are known as the Busby Boys. Hello! Hello! We are known as the Busby Boys. And if you are a City fan, you must surrender or you will perish. We are all United supporters.

United Calypso

Manchester, Manchester United, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester A slew of bouncing balls Busby Babes are a group of young women that like to be on the go. They are deserving of being knighted. It is imperative that you attend any football games that are being played in your town. Come and see what I mean. Matt Busby is a football instructor.

From the banks of the River Irwell

From the banks of the River Irwell, it is possible to see From the coasts of Sicily, we shall fight, fight, battle for the United States of America. We will not rest till we have won the Football League. It’s over with Liverpool, and it’s over with Manchester City (they’re s***). We shall battle, fight, fight for the United States of America. We will not rest till we have won the Football League.

Matt Busby’s aces

Oh, my gentlemen, You should have anticipated our arrival, You should have seen us running, all of the boys and lasses, we were the fastest team in the league. They walked about with a smile on their faces. Matt Busby’s aces may be seen when walking down the Warwick Road.

Forever and ever

We’ll stick with the guys, of Manchester United, and the Busby Babes for the rest of our lives.

Pride of all Europe

We are just one of those teams that you see every now and again; we frequently score six goals, but seldom 10; we defeat them at home and away; and we slaughter any b******s who get in our way. We are the pride of all of Europe, the cock of the North, and we despise the Scousers, as well as the Cockneys, of course. We are Manchester United, without a doubt, and we are the Manchester lads. We are the Manchester boys.

Stretford End Arising

When I look up, I see the Stretford End waking up, and I see problems ahead. Don’t go out with your friends tonight. With the exception of the red and white, I believe there’s danger on the way.

She Wore a Scarlet Ribbon

She wore, she wore, she wore Her scarlet ribbon was tied around her neck, and she was wearing it during the month of May. When I inquired as to why she was wearing the scarlet ribbon, she replied: “Because it’s May.” Our destination is Wem-ber-ley, Wem-ber-ley, and we’ll remain there till the end of the world, she continued. We’re the world-famous Manchester United. Furthermore, we’re heading to Wem-ber-ley. More top articles about Manchester United

Manchester United fans are upset because they claim City supporters have stolen their song

Football clubs around the league have their own set of matchday chants that are unique to their own teams and stadiums. Developing a diverse and extensive collection of fan favorites that can be belted out at the top of your lungs on game day is something that is taken very seriously. There is, of course, Liverpool’s iconic “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and Arsenal’s “You’ll Never Walk Alone II.” I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles; West Ham’s infamousI’m Forever Blowing Bubbles; and who can forget Sheffield United’s rendition ofAnnie’s Song?

  • The city of Manchester is no exception.
  • However, there is dissatisfaction among United supporters, who believe their City rivals have hijacked a Red Devil staple.
  • Things came to a head on Tuesday night following the Blues’ 5-3 victory against Monaco.
  • (Oh, What a Night).
  • Manchester United fans altered the lyrics after their team won their second European Cup in 1999, courtesy of a very memorable night at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain.
  • WHAT A FEELING AND WHAT A NIGHT IT WAS WHEN OLE SCORED A GOAL IN EXTRA TIME LATE IN MAY OF 1999!” However, it appears that City supporters now have their own version: “WHAT A NIGHT IT WAS!

WATCHING CITY ON A WEDNESDAY NIGHTWHAT A FEELING, WHAT A NIGHT!” That specific version of the song has been played by Blues fans since October, but it received a particularly enthusiastic reception after the Monaco match, especially when the Etihad DJ blasting it from the stadium speakers after the final whistle.

  1. What an incredible sensation.
  2. pic.twitter.com/u1h8aA7hDN Manchester City (@ManCity) on Twitter: The 21st of February, 2017 As you may expect, that did not go over well with Manchester United supporters.
  3. By Oliver Fraser (@olifraser54), on Twitter: The 21st of February, 2017 Tut.tut.
  4. Purchase one for yourself.

—. (@El xM11) Thanks for reading! The 21st of February, 2017 Is it bare-faced robbery or high-quality pissboiling? We’ll leave it up to you to decide.

Manchester United Songs & Chants

Here is a list of some of the most popular songs and chants from Manchester United.

Bruno Fernandes Chant

Bruno, Bruno, and more Bruno Like Cristiano, he came from a sporting background. He moves left and right, making defenses look crap in the process. He’s our Portuguese magnifico, to say the least!

Axel Tuanzebe chant

An impromptu rendition of Tuanzebe’s Diddy-Dum-Diddy-Doo, Tuanzebe’s DIDDY-DUM-DIDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD Axel! Axel! Axel!

Ole’s at the wheel

Ole is in command of the ship. Please describe how nice it feels. We have Sanchez, Paul Pogba, and Fred in our squad. Marcus Rashford is a Manchester United fan who was born and raised in the city. Duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto Duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto duetto The finest player in the history of English football We’ve swept the board in every category.

New Jose Mourinho chant

The next morning, I awoke feeling great. I’m thinking about Manchester United right now! Jose has us playing the way Manchester United should be. Something tells me I’m in the mood for something great.

Stretford End Arising

When I look up, I see the Stretford End waking up, and I see problems ahead. Don’t go out with your friends tonight. With the exception of the red and white, I believe there’s danger on the way.

We’ll Never Die

The color of the United States flag is the darkest red. It engulfed all of our Munich victims. Prior to their limbs becoming tight and chilly, Their heart’s blood had colored every fold of their clothing. Then hoist the United banner to the skies. We’ll live and die beneath its shady eaves. So never lose hope and never be afraid. We’ll continue to fly the Red Flag in this area. We’re not going to die, we’re not going to die We’re not going to die, we’re not going to die We’ll keep the Red Flag flying high as long as Man United exists because they will never die.

United Calypso

Manchester, Manchester United, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester, Manchester A slew of bouncing Busby Babes is on the loose. They are deserving of being knighted! If they ever come to your town, be sure to go see them. You must get to the football field as soon as possible. Come in for a class and discover what you can learn. Matt Busby is a football instructor.

The Busby Babes

We’ll stick with the guys, of Manchester United, and the Busby Babes for the rest of our lives.

We Are The Busby Boys

Hello! Hello! We are known as the busby lads. Hello! Hello! We are known as the busby lads. And if you are a City fan, you must surrender or you will perish. We are all United supporters.

Matt Busby’s Aces

Oh, my gentlemen, All the lads and lasses should have seen us coming, we’re the fastest team in the league, just to see us sprinting, you should have seen us coming. They walked about with a smile on their faces. Matt Busby’s aces may be seen when walking down the Warwick Road.

Every Single One Of Us Loves Alex Ferguson!

Ohhh…every single one of us is madly in love with Alex Ferguson…Loves Alex Ferguson…Loves Alex Ferguson…

United Are The Team For Me

U-N-I-T-E-D United is the team of choice for me.

With Give a dog a bone with a knick knack paddy smack. Why doesn’t City just f*ck off and go home?

The Pride of All Europe

In reality, we are just one of those teams that you see every now and again, We frequently score six goals but seldom score 10, We defeat them at home and we beat them away, We slaughter any bastards who get in our way, and we are the pride of Europe. We are the cock of the North, and we despise the Scousers. And Leeds! ), We are United, of course, with the Cockneys The Manchester boys are without a doubt, we are the Manchester boys.

From The Banks Of The Irwell

From the banks of the River Irwell, it is possible to see From the coasts of Sicily, we shall fight, fight, battle for the United States of America. We will not rest till we have won the Football League. It’s over with Liverpool, and it’s over with Manchester City — (They’re both rubbish!) We shall battle, fight, fight for the United States of America. We will not rest till we have won the Football League.

From The Banks Of The Irwell

From the banks of the Irwell to the shores of Sicily And we will battle, fight, fight for Manchester United Football Club. Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, Ay ay ay ayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Ay ay ay ayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

We Love United

The United States of America is in love with you, we do! The United States of America is in love with you!

Glory, Glory, Man United

Man United, you have earned your greatness. Man United, you have earned your greatness. Man United, you have earned your greatness. And the reds continue to march on, on, on…

Who The f*ck Are Man United?

What the f*ck is the name of Manchester United? What the f*ck is the name of Manchester United? What the f*ck is the name of Manchester United? And the reds continue to march on, on, on…

20 Times, Man United

a total of 20 times a total of 20 Man United is a football club based in Manchester, England. I say it 20 times, 20 times, and 20 times again. Man United is a football club based in Manchester, England. The Matt Busby Way of Football Participation!

Take Me Home, United Road

United Road, please take me home. I have a sense of belonging in this location; To Old Trafford, to see Manchester United; United Road, please take me home.

Gary Neville Is A Red

Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red, Gary Neville is a red… He despises the Scousers!

Nemanja Vidic

The name is Nemanja, and he’s from Serbia. He’ll f**king slaughter you, I promise you that.

John O’Shea

When Jonny marches down the wing (O’Shea, O’Shea), the audience cheers. Whenever Jonny starts marching down the wing (O’Shea, O’Shea), the Stretford End will get up and sing, because we all know that Jonny is going to score.

Wes Brown

He’s huge, he’s evil, and he goes by the name of Wesley Brown. The toughest guy on the face of the earth, Be cautious if you have orange hair. If you dare, come and give it a go.

Paul Scholes

He scores goals in plenty, and he scores goals! He scores goals in plenty, and he scores goals! He scores goals in plenty, and he scores goals! Paul Scholes is a goal-scoring machine…

Michael Carrick

We all know it’s Carrick; nonetheless, it’s hard to believe it’s not Scholes. Oh, oh, oh

Anderson

Ander-son-son-son He’s an improvement over Kleberson.

Ander-son-son-son He’s our midfield wizard, to put it mildly. Tonight, to the left, to the right, to the beat of the samba, He is a gentleman, armed with a brass, and he hits on Fabregas.

Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs, tearing down the wing, it’s all over. Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs, tearing down the wing, it’s all over. Fear induced by the blues The reds have a soft spot for him. Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs, Ryan Giggs, and more Ryan Giggs

Viva Ronaldo

Viva Cristiano Ronaldo, viva Cristiano Ronaldo, Following the wing’s length, Hear the United States of America sing, Viva Cristiano Ronaldo!

That Boy Ronaldo…

He prefers to play on the left side, although he can also play on the right side. That Ronaldo boy, he makes England seem like a shithouse!

Wayne Rooney

I ran into my friend the other day, and he informed me that he had witnessed the white Pele. So I inquired as to his identity. Wayne Rooney is the moniker that he goes by. Wayne Rooney is a footballer who plays for Manchester United (Wazza)

Juan Mata

Juan Mata woah, Juan Mata woah, Juan Mata woah, He made the rent boys weep, and he played with Januzaj as a result.

Eric Cantona

Who is this friend we have in Jesus, He is our saviour from afar, Who is this friend we have in Jesus, He is our saviour from afar, Who is this friend we have in Jesus, He is our saviour from afar, And his name is Cantona, by the way. Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh, oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Cantona,Oooh ahhh Canton

Eric Cantona

We’ll have a drink here and there. Dedicated to Eric the king of kings of kings, who serves as the captain of our football squad and who is the best centre forward the world has ever seen.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

We’ll have a glass or two, and then we’ll go to bed. Dedicated to Eric the king of kings of kings, who serves as the captain of our football squad and who is the best center forward the world has ever seen.

George Best

We’ll have a drink, and then another drink, and so on. Dedicated to Eric the king of kings of kings, who is the captain of our football squad, and who is the best centre forward the world has ever seen.

Anthony Martial

Tony Martial arrived from France, the English press predicted he would fail, £50 million down the toilet, and now Tony Martial has scored again!

Zlatan ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a soccer player from Sweden. He is a Swedish national hero who is currently on loan from PSG. He didn’t cost us a single dime. He’s 6 feet 5 and as tough as fuck, and he gets the Reds pumped… Stump your city in the shins because we are Manchester United.

Zlatan ibrahimovic

Ohhhh His name is well-known. Zlatan Ibrahimovic He’s made his professional debut by scoring a goal. a kick that goes above the head He’s a great star at 6’5″. He’s got a ponytail, and he’s currently at United. We will not, under any circumstances, fail. La la la la la la la la la la la la la He is originally from Sweden. La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la Ohhh, his given name is a big deal. Zlatan

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