Watch hundreds of Leeds fans hilariously troll lone Plymouth supporter over his chinos with brilliant chants | The Sun11/16/2023
IT was a long old evening for one Plymouth Argyle supporter as he was trolled over his fashion choices by Leeds fans.
Not only did he have to sit through his side's 2-1 loss to third-placed Leeds but his chinos came in for a ribbing as well.
The fan opted for a grey cardigan and wide-legged beige chino ensemble but clearly these style choices didn't travel well from the south west of England to Yorkshire.
The fan was serenaded WITH many different chants focusing on his sartorial flair, with Leeds fans telling him "It's a long way to Plymouth with chinos".
At one point the Leeds fans were in rapture as they jumped along to a rendition of "no chinos, no party".
That then turned into a chant of "chino's barmy army.
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The fan was also told: "You should've gone chino shopping", presumably either because the Leeds fans did not appreciate the man's choice of chino or they reckoned that would have been time better spent than watching his side lose away.
Luckily, the fan took it all in good nature and at one point began leading the home fans in an "ole!" chant.
Fans on X, formerly known as Twitter, were loving the chants.
One fan wrote: "I really enjoy the commitment to the bit."
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Another wrote: "This is absolutely superb. Well done #LUFC"
A third fan wrote: "Ironically, I reckon 50% of that Leeds stand are probably wearing chinos."
The Plymouth fan very nearly had the last laugh, however, with Plymouth almost mounting an unlikely comeback.
Leeds were dominant throughout the game, after goals from Dan James in the 21st minute and Joel Piroe in the 28th had them leading 2-0 for the majority of it.
But an 84th minute Ben Waine goal ensured a nervy end for Leeds with Plymouth piling on the pressure late on.
Victory has Leeds in third place, eight points off an automatic promotion spot.
And it showed who was really wearing the trousers yesterday afternoon.
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