Be Original If You Are Going To Taunt King

Last updated : 26 January 2011 By Covsupport News Service
The talk amongst Coventry City supporters watching the Sky Blues at QPR on Sunday was how unoriginal football chants have become.

The case in point was the usual "She Said No" chant aimed at Marlon King who gave City the lead. Now with the amount of times, King has played for Coventry City, hearing this chant every time King touches the ball from opposition fans has become a tad dull.

For King, the abuse is water off a ducks back and he told the CT: "They got to me and I scored a goal. "But to be honest, players always get stick and if you haven't got broad enough shoulders to put up with it and get on with the game then there's no point in being in football.

"Fans go to games and have a laugh and sing a song and then they go home back to reality. I just crack on with my job and focus on what's ahead of me."