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...football hooligans "There's a George in my heart, keep me English,/There's a George in my heart, I pray, /There's a George in my heart, keep me English, /Keep me English till my dying day. /No surrender, no surrender, no surrender to the IRA" has become the known precedent of brewing trouble in audiences wherever British fans are present, "Those who have followed England over the years have come to identify... The word "hooligan" which the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language defines as a "tough and aggressive or violent youth"entered the British lexicon only in the 19th century, but its presence has been felt ever since, especially in the realm of soccer. One of the anthems of ...