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Can anyone help me?

I'm doing some research into the language used at football matches.

What sort of phrases, sayings or abuse are shouted at the players, officials or other fans in your country?

How are they said in the native language (and/or dialect) and how do they translate?

I'd be grateful if anybody could PM me with any information, especially if it is too rude to print in the forum.

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Greek is symbolized in one word:
Malaka :D
 

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Technically it means jerkoff. :lick:

Man I've heard some nasty ones though. Like 'horis salia' (translates into 'without saliva'). Meaning 'our team is f***ing yours without applying alittle saliva'.

I kid you not if you can understand what they mean when they say this. Must be very painful for the opposing team. :howler: Thank God I'm a man.
 

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Well, I would call malaka for wánker but since it's used so damn much, we can not really translate it in a good way :D

I'm totally lost, I don't know any special types of chants that are so usual, maybe because I'm not in the stands really because I live a bit too far away but jeeesus, I must be able to know some atleast...
 
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