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Crap Poem from PNE website

edited February 2009 in General Charlton
No Comment other F*** off you northern Monkeys and I hope we spank you when we play you.


There once was a modest-sized club
Whose fans got all in a huff;
“We’re sick of keep payin’ to see our team playin’
At this level, we’ve just had enough”.

Now while it was true that the club had gone through
Several years in a similar vein,
They’d had their odd moments and managed to torment
A few of clubs of importance and fame.

But, the fans they protested and in change they were vested
They had taken all they could take.
With banners unfurled wild insults they hurled
At the chairman as he drove through the gate.

“The manager’s quite a nice bloke,
And there’s not much about football he don’t know,
But we need some one able to move up the table,
He’s taken us as far as he can go”.

The board they were worried and in a meeting quite hurried
Decided they had to act fast.
Things were getting quite vocal down at their local
And “The time for inaction was past”.

So they did what they ought’a, the manager brought fa’
And in moments he was duly ‘resigned’.
A new man was brought in who promised of all things;
That the club was now “upward inclined”.

He promised the Earth and from his new berth
A pathway to glory he did plot:
“The fing wot’s been missin’ with this club is the vision;
To spend lots’a cash we ain’t got”.

So, new players came in, they were grinning a grin
At the size of their weekly pay check.
And the fans they were thrilled; for the club hadn’t been billed,
Well, not for the moment as yet.

But the fly in the ointment with this new appointment
Was, as you likely suspect;
The ‘new’ team kept on losin’ (with so much confusion),
And not much in the way of respect.

Soon he too was canned and replaced by man
Who announced with a very straight face;
That he was bound “To turn things around”,
By taking the club back to its place...

...As an outfit that’s famous for seemingly aimless
Seasons that bring no advancement.
Better by far than the prospect now large
That the club might just fall through the basement.

But however profound this pronouncement may sound
To the fans and the footballing world,
The club was demoted and many devoted
Fans rue the day the banners unfurled.

For things got much worse for those fans and the curse
Of relegation continued to loom,
As star players departed the more faint hearted
Took up knitting or hid in their room.

But week in and week out the results they did shout –
“The writing is on the wall”.
The club it was headed to a place that they dreaded
“League One” ... one hell of a fall!

Their fans now resigned to their fate are inclined
To hope that they can pull off ‘a Leicester’;
But more than a few look back and now rue;
Their impatience led to disaster.

So take heed of this tale when you begin to regale
Your friends of our club’s lack of ambition.
Beware what you ask for, ‘cause nothing can dash more
Dreams than a drop in division.

But in case you’re confused, the device I have used
Is a story that I find quite pathetic.
No, not PNE, no you or not me,
But the sad case that is: Charlton Athletic.
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Comments

  • Bloody hell, why take the time to write something like that?
  • oh dear

    How sad
  • Since theve closed all the pitts those tossers have to much time on there hands, they really do. i mean what have we done to them?? seriously f em.
  • how very sad to spend all that time writing somehting like that about from club we have no rivalry with and arent even playing for ages!

    i know its grim up those parts but surely they have better things to do?
  • Oh dear...thats almost liverpool fan level of cringeworthy behaviour.
  • Sorry, i got bored after the first few linezzzzzzzzzzzz
  • there are also quite a lot of inaccuracies in this.

    the thick northern plank
  • northern poetry !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    says it all really dont it.
  • Very dull.
  • Long nights oop north. Is this on their official site?
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  • Why are we bothered...?

    It could apply not only to us - but equally to a dozen other clubs.
    And even if that's how other club's fans see us, so what.

    The way to change that, depends on what the team do on the park.
    And the way us supporters get behind the team.

    We play Preston in 3 weeks.
    Let's then make our point - or 3!
  • "Im so proud of my sons poem, shame we have been ritualy aggresivly abusing him since he was 3"

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  • Didn't realise it was about us until I saw the last line.
  • There was a young man from Preston
    Who always went out with his vest on
    Whether wind, rain or shine
    He never felt fine
    'Cos his team always got pissed on.

    Coat...................
  • Full of more inaccuracies than me explaining to the missus why i'm late, but 10 out of 10 for effort.

    What would prompt a norvern monkey to write about us, when they clearly don't know half the story, puzzles me though.
  • makes you feel grateful to have been born in the South doesn't it?
  • Hey Adam, on your pic - which one is this week's 'Would Ya' .... ?

    ;o)
  • ITs all about the Lion King up north Oggy, apprently it will be out on VHS on monday and they cant wait...
  • My guess is that it wasnt about us at all and has been edited slightly so it now does!
  • SE7SE7
    edited February 2009
    But in case you’re confused, the device I have used
    Is a story that I find quite pathetic.
    No, not Curbs or Dowie, nor Reed or Parky,
    But in this sad case the cnut is me!!!

    I'll shut the door on the way out!!

    Sad, fat, wife beating northern monkey!!!
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  • Desperately trying to think of an anti-norvern ditty that includes Burtons and Net Curtains.....
  • in preston town centre its worse then
    woolwich town center for certain
    shell suits and dirty net curtains
    there aint even a burtons
    so back to t'pitts you dum northen gits
    owt north of watford is truly the shits..
  • I'm suprised they even have internet access up that way.

    Monkey
  • And Preston have achieved what since 1900????????????????? Feckwitts.
  • Isn't this supposed to be a cautionary tale?

    I actually think its quite good - and it hits a few raw nerves.

    The truth hurts doesn't it? That's why its getting the reaction it has.

    Mind you, someone has got a lot of time on their hands...
  • [cite]Posted By: adamtheaddick[/cite]in preston town centre its worse then
    woolwich town center for certain
    shell suits and dirty net curtains
    there aint even a burtons
    so back to t'pitts you dum northen gits
    owt north of watford is truly the shits..

    I don't think there are in pits left oop north.
    Thanks to Thatcher.

    So she didn't like Northern Moonkeys either ?

    ;o)
  • There certainly aren't any pits anywhere near Preston and there haven't ever been any. The nearest coal town is Wigan....

    ...and it certainly isn't worse than Woolwich.

    Actually, can anyone name anywhere that is?

    I'll get the obvious ones out of the way: Baghdad, Gaza, Harare, Stoke...
  • We'll show em not to take us lightly in the internet match!!
  • [cite]Posted By: bigstemarra[/cite]Isn't this supposed to be a cautionary tale?

    I actually think its quite good - and it hits a few raw nerves.

    The truth hurts doesn't it? That's why its getting the reaction it has.

    Mind you, someone has got a lot of time on their hands...

    Fair points. However given that they were once one of the biggest clubs in England they're clearly missing a bit of irony. I do find most people from that neck of the woods can be a bit, you know, not the full ticket.
  • Peace offering:

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