The 10 funniest football chants revealed, with poll naming West Ham supporters as 'wittiest in the country'
Chant by East London club topped a recent poll
Wednesday 12 March 2014
In what will come as a big surprise to large swathes of the population, West Ham supporters have been named the wittiest in the country by a new survey.
The East London club supposedly earned this accolade when one of their chants was voted the funniest in the last ten years in a poll of football fans.
The Hammers' fans' chant about their former player Rio Ferdinand, in the wake of his suspension for missing a drugs test, saw off competition from other Premier League clubs such as Fulham and Newcastle.
You can see which charts were voted the ten funniest in the gallery below...
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