The BBC is offering its website users the chance to vote for their favourite terrace chant of 2006. The 10-strong shortlist is drawn from chants sent in to be used in the site’s Quotes of the Week feature. Click the link below to see all the candidates.
Vote for your chant of 2006 continued
"What’s that coming over the hill? It’s Michael Chopra! It’s Michael Chopra!"
Cardiff City fans to their striker (to the tune of ‘Monster’ by The Automatic). There have been many imitations since then, but this is the original and best.
"He’s fat, he’s round, he’s kicked us out our ground, Robbie Williams, Robbie Williams."
Scotland fans at Parkhead after the game was moved because of a Robbie gig at Hampden.
"Ben-jani, who-ah-whoh whoh…he comes from Zimbabwe, he’ll score eventually."
Pompey fans to striker Benjani Mwerawari.
"If you made a lot of money selling biscuits, buy our club."
West Ham fans to new owner, biscuit baron Eggert Magnusson, to the tune of the old Club biscuit TV advert.
"There’s only one Emile Heskey, one Emile Heskey, he used to be s***e, but now he’s all right, walkin’ in a Heskey wonderland."
Wigan fans to Emile Heskey (to the tune of Winter Wonderland – apparently Birmingham fans had a similar version).
"All bling and Burberry, high teenage pregnancy, no father on the scene, all robbing cash machines!"
A chant that Sittingbourne fans sing to local rivals Chatham (to the tune of Verdi’s La Donna e Mobile).
"Geordies at home, watching The Bill."
Sung by Boro fans during the second leg of their Uefa Cup semi-final at the Riverside.
"Put Your hands up for Dirk Kuyt – he loves this city!" (To the tune and rhythm of ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’).
Liverpool fans to striker Dirk Kuyt.
"Mourinho are you listening, you’d better keep our trophy glistening, coz we’ll be back in May to take it away, walking in a Fergie Wonderland!"
Manchester United fans taunt Chelsea to the tune of Winter Wonderland.
"World Cup – and you ****** it up!"
All four sides of the ground during Everton-Arsenal game, including away fans, chanting at Graham Poll, who showed three yellow cards to the same player in the World Cup.
Any stand-out favourites? Or feel free to add your own as comments if you’ve heard better chants. Click here to vote on the BBC website.