Considering that we Euro´s hadnt had too much opportunities yet to cheer as a european crowd due to our short history, i guess we are still in the experimenting phases of how to cheer correctly for Euroland - and from time to time it might sound a bit odd. But as we go along from victory to victory we´ll learn and evolve into a more united crowd
Wowzers. Every son of Gaul just got their knickers in a knot… .
They’ve been chanting that at Montréal Canadiens games since WAY before 1990. It’s a sure way to yank the Anglos chain… .
And when I first heard it, at a soccer (er, football for our Euro readers) game in Lyon in 85, I ask my (then) wife about it. She didn’t know from whence it came, but it was part of her childhood memory, something that was always there.
Pretty sure it was spawned on a football pitch in Marseille or Toulon… .