Ireland play England at Lansdowne Road on Sunday for the first time on Irish soil since 1995. The sides played out a 1-1 draw at Wembley two years ago.
Ahead of the game, England fans have felt to need to become topical with their chants. And of course there is little more topical in Irish football right now than FIFA's €5 million payment to the FAI in the wake of Thierry Henry's handball in 2009.
On the England Supporters Club forum on the FA website, user Alan Sutton has composed these two ditties.
To the tune of 'Molly Malone'.
In Dublin's fair city
Where girls are so pretty
I first set my eyes on an envelope brown.
As I filled my wheelbarrow
With notes broad and narrow
We built the Aviva in old Dublin town
A-bribe a-bribe O-oh
A-bribe a bribe-o-oh,
Singing thanks to you FIFA
A-bribe, a-bribe oh.
And 'The Wild Rover'.
We took cash from FIFA for many a year,
And we didn't waste it on whisky and beer
We built the Aviva, as you see before
And we swear we will take bribes from FIFA no more,
And it's no, nay, never (dum dum de dum)
No nay never no more
Will we take (hay) bribes from FIFA
No never no more
Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE