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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.

Thanks
 

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There is no saying quite like "Jebi Se".
It's so omnipresent and quintessential in Serbian footballing language, and the Serbian language itself, that no other phrases come to mind. :)
 

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-Pusi kurac
-Jebem ti majku

99% of the stuff we say is swearing or involves swearing :D
 

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Yeh its true.

You will be hard pressed to find a nation that swears as much as Serbia or any from the Balkans. Its like breathing lol
 

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Lord of the Basement
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yeah even compliments involve swearing haha
 

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yeah even compliments involve swearing haha
 

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Something you would say at a football match is something like "konjino jedna" to the referee. :D This translates to "you horse". Calling people animals in Serbia is quite insulting, whereas in English or French, and I guess many more languages it doesn't really matter.

For example,

majmun = monkey
koza (females only) = goat
krava (females only) = cow
konj (for males), kobila (for females) = horse
svinja, krmak = pig
etc.

All of those are used to insult, and this also includes football.
 

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Odjebi

Picka ti materina

Mamu ti jebem

Zajebi stvar

popusi ga purger(SAVICEVIC LEGENDO!!) ;)
 
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