And neither do you. You started abusing the term, not us. We just went along.
But now I understand why you seem a little “off”
Are you being obtuse for the hell of it or just really don't get it?
To be so obsessed with some 25 year old song. Which was written for Euro 96, which happened to be the first international Football event hosted in England since 1966, hence it's coming home to the nation that invented the sport, hence also the ironic lyrics about the lack of England success since then.
It's really not that complicated and for me, a frankly forgettable song, not for you though it seems.
As for the disgrace of a few fans, aside from themselves, those running the stadium on Sunday as well as those in power who at the start failed to condemn the booing then when England started to advanced pretended that they gave a shit or even knew about the game, my comments would be unprintable.
So;https://www.theguardian.com/football/20 ... -at-itself
All I can say is that when close to all of Europe is rooting for Italy, do you think maybe the problem could lie with England and not everyone else?
You seem unaware that at least one major Italian club, not the national team granted, has a terrible reputation for far right activity with it's 'supporters', including as I mentioned up thread when they came to Scotland.
Or do you know and that just spoils your whole narrative? England so bad everyone else so good.
I thought ALL the booing disgusting, at anthems, at Italy having possession but don't try and tell me this does not go on also elsewhere and often to a far greater extent.
Try being a non white England (or any other team member) at games in certain other European nations, where UEFA seem to admonish rather less the clubs or host nations involved.
Back here, where the hell were the police at the stadium, the force run by someone not well regarded I might add.
As for all the abuse on social media, well that issue goes way beyond football.