I rep the Eagles 24/7/365 in Giants and Patriots country in Connecticut. I bleed green and will always bleed green. E-A-G-L-E-S. I bleed green in a Steelers county not far from Pittsburgh. It’s a wonderful feeling, pissing them all off with my eagle attire
Philly no one likes us and we don’t care shirt
Do any of my Eagles brethren know that chant originated from Millwall FC in East London? The same chant that has been used by the Philadelphia Union for the past six years? I mean the Flyers stole the DOOP a few seasons back, and now the Eagles have decided to steal the Sons of Ben chant they took from Millwall FC. My point in this is either there are a lot of “closet” Union supporters within the Eagles ranks or someone heard this chant and decided to pretend to make it their own. Philly no one likes us and we don’t care. See how you said it’s been used by the Philadelphia Union for the past 6 years. The Philadelphia Union, as in Philly, as in Philly fans, as in it doesn’t fucking matter which team cause it’s Philly. the point of the argument is the use of intellectual property, claiming something is yours when it’s not.
>> Click to buy it on Sellershirts now <<
Have a nice day and go shopping!
The Philadelphia Union Supporters Group (Sons of Ben) formally submitted applications for the use of the DOOP Song as well as submitted to Millwall about their supporters terrace chant. The difference is giving credit for when credit is due and not running with something You’re trying to get click bait on a post to go “viral” with the thought that “you/your group” was clever enough to start this. So before any of other trolls actually shoot your mouths off, actually look at what the argument actually is and then form a rebuttal. Or you can blanket statement “Soccer isn’t real” “who cares it’s Philly” these all have zero substance against what I have posted. The overreaching point is just because you see/hear something doesn’t mean it has not already been done and or created by someone else, another Supporters Group, another city, etc. A lie told over and over and believed to be the truth, ultimately becomes misconstrued as fact.