A Good Old Fashioned Singalong

Cheer up sad fans

I think I put a curse on Arsenal and Liverpool after I posted their rap(s). Let’s see if lightning strikes twice with the Mickey Mouse League Cup Final between the residents of White Hart Lane and Stamford Bridge. When looking at something to post… especially with Spurs and their musical output I wanted to avoid the obvious clichés, but unfortunately it is impossible. I did however, you’ll be glad to read – manage to find some stuff from Tottenham that wasn’t done by Chas ‘N Dave. I know. A rare thing indeed. Spurs fans themselves must be irritated by their…

Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit

Spurs are cursed. Evidence of a curse is the musical act that’s closely associated with them. But it’s not just them who have brought this upon the club. Look at their history and you’ll see ex-players and managers who may at the time been successful at White Hart Lane, but afterwards they all seemed to have broken in mirror in the changing room or stood on a black cat. Terry Venables for example. Had a moment in the sun after Spurs when he managed England, but ever since then he’s had some dodgy business dealings and his skills at managing…

The Continuing Horror

I have found out why Spurs haven’t won anything for ages and why they had that nightmare start to this season resulting in the “mutual consenting” of Martin Jol. You are paying for past musical sins committed by someone who was associated with your club. Not by who you think, too obvious, but by an ex-player who came back to manage the club. No not that one. This one » We’ve posted a previous offence on our ears committed by the hater of the handicapped, which as reported wasn’t just offensive to every Freddie Mercury and Queen fan, he went…

The Hoddle ! The Horror !

Just like with those Goal! movies, you’d think they would have learnt from the last one. But no… the pain continues. Don’t go. We have to get through this so we can move on. And just like the above bad representations of footie to the world, the other embarrassing public outing by some singing footballers did not end (as I mentioned the other day) with just that one song. I am not going to unleash another one from the mullet on you, but this next one is much, much worse… In 1982 for the World Cup in Spain somebody decided…

[Video] Diamond Lights

As somebody commented on the YouTube page: …”possibly the greatest moment in the history of top of the pops.” Chris ‘That’s no remedy for success.’ Waddle and Glenn ‘His tackle was definitely pre-ordained.’ Hoddle – aka Chris and Glenn miming to their (thankfully) one and only hit: Diamond Lights: Related Post Three Signs Of The Apocalypse Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Portrait Of The Young Man.