, Bradford City add salsa feel to terrace chant

Bradford City add salsa feel to terrace chant

Some people prefer it dry; others prefer it wet. After the 3-0 demolition of South Yorkshire ‘neighbours’ which moved Bradford City within sniffing distance of the Playoffs, we certainly know how Bantams’ fans prefer it. If you’re a Bantam, it has to be moist; you must always ask for it and then say, “has tha’ got owt moyest to goo ‘onit?”

Disgruntled Bantams noticed a fellow Bradfordian stood amongst them with pie sans “owt moyest” to accompany it. A raucous round of singing followed where the issue of pie without sauce was chanted about. First there was the issue of a man amongst them eating  pie without sauce, how dare he! Then a rallying cry for a need for “summat moyest”. Then, a Knight in Claret and Amber armour braves the hordes to save the day and bring the sauce required to give the pie, which was dry, some “moyestness”.

You have to love football at times like this…

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