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I tried to find Barcas hymn (which by the way is much better then Real´s) and found a song called Olé Barcelona where Frank and Ronald are singing! I sounds like **** but its just as fun!

So, If anyone has heard it dont you agree that Frank and Ronald should BACK OFF!

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I can tell everything about it.
It's Dutch radio-DJ Edwin Evers. He can imitate the De Boer Bros perfectly. Every morging he imitates them in his program, a kind of a sketch. But it really are stereotypes of Frank and Ronald. The song is about life in Barcelona, according to F&R, at least how we sometimes think about them. That means: much money, little work :) Other things they say in the song: "We should let Jan des Bouvrie (Dutch designer) come to Barcelona to design a new bench. There we can put the Dutch guys we can't send in because we can only line-up 11 guys." "Barcelona is a great club, and the two foreigners (=non-Dutchmen) still playing here will have to learn Dutch." It's just humor. Don't take it serious.

And about the melody of the song. I know it's a "Real-song", but I have to tell first it's a well-known "party-song" in Holland. It gives many of us a "Too-much-alcohol-in-Llorett-da-Mar-or-Salou" feeling. (For the guys who don't know: Llorett da Mar and Salou are places in Spain where the Dutch go to. Like Germany has Mallorca and the English have Eivissa/Ibiza) There are Dutch lyrics written for it. In fact: Ruud Hesp's first reaction when he heard the Real-fans sing it was: "Ok, give me a beer, and have a nice party." Simply because of the Dutch way he experienced the song. Later he understood it was a typical Real-song, and a further explanation why the socios didn't like it wasn't necessairy.
 
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