Originally Posted by Ezekiel, 25:17
I have fond memories of "Wie wordt de man van Olivier" (who becomes the husband of Olivier Deschacht, faggy player of Anderlecht)
"Ricky, je bent vannacht weer dronken geweest" (you have been drunk tonight)
"Maffia, maffia, maffia" to the ref etc etc
Ricky Begeyn, cult figure
Even though he was quite useless at KVO, we kicked him out of the club and our current goalie Sven Van Ryckegem is a lot better than Begeyn ...
In Oostende we never sing just "maffia" but "voetbalbond maffia" (= FA is maffia), sung whenever the referee messes up and disadvantages Oostende
In a less polite way we would sing towards the referee "hij is een hondenlul" (= he is a dog's genital)
We also have some seamen's songs we sing in the stadium in the Ostend dialect, such as one about selling fish on the seaside promenade. Not really football songs though.
Oh yes, when a guy enters our canteen or supporters bus holding more than 1 bottle of beer, the other fans would point at him and sing "Hij heeft een drankprobleem" = he has a drinking problem. They even sung that to me once when I held 2 cans of beer, but I was just holding those beers for my friends actually ...
and although I admit it is very unoriginal, the oldest song at KVO is repeatedly singing "KV mokt e goalletje" in Ostend dialect (means "KV, please score a goal"). Often enough the players don't listen to our demands though