When Britain gave football to the world, she also gave it a distinctive terrace culture, rich in humour and inventiveness. In spite of the disappearance of terracing and the introduction of all-seater stadiums, the songs continue to cascade down the stands, some of them entirely original and spontaneous, others reworked versions of old classics. Shit Ground No Fans is a book for football fans. In a way it is also a book by football fans.
Thrown out of singing classes at the age of fourteen, JACK BREMNER soon discovered that his non-exsistent choral skill received a far more sympathetic hearing on the nations football terraces.