Q & A: Supporters singing for their supper
Sunday 18 January 1998
A. For a short while, a small section of the crowd at Millwall away games during the early 1990s sang "cheese and biscuits, cheese and biscuits, soooooooup, soooooooup!" I heard it first during a FA Cup tie at Norwich. FC St Pauli fans in Hamburg sing - in translation - "Kebab, Tzatziki and a salad, Kebab, Tzatziki and a salad..." Lord knows why. I suppose the most famous must be the celery song of Chelsea fans, "Celery... celery, if she won't come, I'll tickle her bum, With a stick of celery! Celery..."
Danny Baker (no relation),
Q. After the goalkeeper Kevin Pressman's heroics for Sheffield Wednesday in the penalty shootout against Watford, which goalie has the best record as a penalty taker?
J Candy, Stratford
Q. Whatever happened to Evander Holyfield's lobe after it was bitten off by Mike Tyson? Is it in a museum?
A Richards, Liverpool
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