Top of the World – 90min en Español Just Can’t Get Enough of Celtic song

When it comes to football chants, Spain’s 90min en Español ‘Just can’t enough’ of Celtic fans in full voice.

The Spanish site had compiled a list of ‘the most famous football fans across the globe’ and proclaimed – as reported by Glasgow Live

“In football there are several songs that are used by fans to encourage their team and thus help them to win even if things are not going well. These are some of the most famous chants in the world of football”

Their list included ‘Seven Nation Army’ sung by supporters of Belgian champions Club Brugge, Argentinian giants River Plate fan’s’ ‘Llega el domingo voy a ver al Campeón’ and current Champions League holders Real Madrid follower’s’ ‘Hala Madrid… y nada más’, but it was Celtic’s ‘Just Can’t get enough’ that won out, with Liverpool’s version of You’ll Never Walk Alone only taking the runners-up spot.

Photo: Andrew Milligan

After proclaiming the Celtic supporters take on the Depeche Mode classic the winner, 90min en Español outlined their reasoning for putting the Celtic support top of the pile.

“In 90min we have decided that the first place goes to the fans of Celtic from Scotland, who show that their fans are not just a few hundred but the whole stadium who start a real party in the stands every time ”I Just Can’t Get Enough’ is blasted out.

“Everyone sings, everyone dances, everyone applauds, but no one stands still.”

We may not have the best league in the world, or as much money as the nation state supported clubs in European football, but when it comes to a support, there is no-one better than the Celtic support and their backing for their club – and there is much, much more to football than the game itself!

Niall J

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As a Bellshill Bhoy I was taken to my first Celtic game in the summer of 1987. It was Billy McNeill’s return to Celtic Park as manager and Celtic lost 5-1 to Arsenal . I thought I was a jinx, I think my Grandfather might have thought the same. It was the finest gift anyone ever gave me when he walked me through Parkhead's gates.

1 Comment

  1. Aye our support when in full voice in unison is hard to top, and we need more chants that get the whole crowd involved, or at least the good number of fans who are willing to sing along with the rest.

    Some supporters like to just watch the game, and maybe only join in with YNWA and perhaps one or two club classics, and draw the line at songs like this one highlighted along with others, like those with add ons of a more provocative nature, either through some personal stance or fear of being filmed singing them, which could lead to problems in their personal lives, such as employment; some of the more uncommon songs lyrics may elude them too?

    Definitely need to find that balance, particularly in bigger games like in the Champions League, that most supporters recognise and can comfortably sing along to…