Kev It’s All Down To Diet? Yeah Right!

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 A Yiddisher fella I know fairly well
Who follows the Spurs they’re his team
Has just phoned me up to tell me his thoughts
On Saturdays dodgy cuisine

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 “When we travelled away to the Boleyn
To play them claret and blues
We shouldn’t really have played them on a Saturday you know
Cos after all we are devout Jews

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 When the whole team starts eating the food of the goy*
And not that from a Yiddisher grocer
You’re heading for tsuris, make no mistake*
So it’s best that you keep it glatt Kosher*

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 With me hand on me heart I promise you Kev
That result could have been that much closer
A nice bit of salt beef or a chicken kiev
We’d have won the match all strictly kosher”!



*Goy is a gentile or a non Jew, ultra strict Jews are forbidden by their religion to eat anything non Kosher so*Glatt Kosher is strictly kosher food or cuisine.

Tsuris is Yiddish for trouble.

Some fans will make anything an excuse for getting beat!

Mind you they’re thinking of appealing so they may be in with a shout?

Can see this bloke, Martin Jol being a really good manager in the future and the players seem to really like him.

Spurs fans are right behind him to a man and think the world of him.



Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/kev-its-all-down-to-diet-yeah-right/