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“Hooliganism” In America

Here is a fun little oldie but goodie from the world of soccer taunts.

From Yahoo Sports:

Philadelphia sports fans have long been known as some of the harshest in the U.S. From throwing ice balls at a drunk Santa Claus to booing anything that moves, they can rarely be mistaken for library patrons and now, they’re sharing their charms with MLS.

When the Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting KC) visited the Union last Saturday, their coach, Peter Vermes, should have expected to hear a shout or two from the crowd about his recent drunk-driving arrest. The Union’s Sons of Ben supporters club went a little beyond that, however, and sang “99 Bottles of Beer.” The. Whole. Song.

“Peter Vermes, give us your keys…” is a nice touch, but the best part is the couple of beers clearly visible in the video. They might have to be singing to themselves soon.

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