The Scottish FA has announced the winner of its competition to write a new world cup song. The contest organisers asked people to write a song that represents the modern, vibrant, multi cultural outward looking innovative culture that the great nation has come to embody. It urged song writers to create a world away from the unfair shortbread tin and Rab C Nesbit stereotypes.
A delighted Logan Murray announced the winner last week, a pleasingly upbeat title by Amy Dodds, 89, entitled "Ah fukken hate England (always fukken will)'.
Murray praised the way that Scotland's glorious past, and record of scientific and cultural achievements, is fused with its future, with the rise of creative digital arts in cities such as Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee. 'Ah fukken hate england, always fucking have done, always fucking will' begins the chorus, 'so did my dad, my mum, my grannie, my wee nephews and nieces, and even my fucken budgie,' it continues.
Logan said Dodds had captured the zeitgeist of the scottish football fan's world view. 'Ah fukken hate england too. The bassas."