Date: 22nd November 2008 at 9:06am
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The Term yellow belly has been synonymous with Lincolnshire and its proud regiment for hundreds of years. As the County Club we should perhaps take a leaf out of the Yorkshire clubs books and use the term in an ironic fashion turning the yellow on its head into a positive statement. And as from today we have the drums in both stands to do it.

‘Leeds, Leeds, Leeds, Leeds, Leeds, Leeds, Leeds, ‘has unsettled opposition defences at corners for years. From today Vital think the spirit engendered by John Beck should return to Sincil Bank`s stands, if not the football. If that doesn`t spur the players what will?

So at corners let`s have yellowbellies, Yellowbellies accompanied by the Co Op and Stacey west drum from the moment we get a corner or Oakes lines up a free kick in their half, to the moment it hits Kovacs or Beevers bonse in the 6 yard box.

Yellowbellies, Yellowbellies,
Boom Boom Boom
Yellowbellies, Yellowbellies
Boom Boom Boom
Yellowbellies, Yellowbellies,
Boom Boom Boom
Yellowbellies, Yellowbellies,
Boom Boom Boom

If it gets us a goal a game (in L2 the team that scores first goes on to win 9 out of ten games) it will have done its job. If not it would lead nicely into a couple of minutes of:

We Are Imps! We Are Imps! We Are Imps!


And while we are at it what about
Lincolnshire
Boom Boom Boom
Lincolnshire
Boom Boom Boom

Or perhaps ‘Mighty Imps red and White Army` to the tune of ‘Peter Jackson`s Barmy Army`