I think we had a discussion about this a few years ago. The words are actually "F YOUR pope and F YOUR queen", which makes a significant (possibly too subtle for some) difference to the sentiments expressed. They are using the pope and the queen as proxies for Celtic and Rangers. It's an anti-OF song, not a pro-sectarian one. I know you and I disagree on this one (and Toby also disagrees with me), but although I dislike Partick Thistle for a number of reasons, I don't think sectarianism is something that you can attribute to them, particularly as they seem to be attacking both sides of the sectarian divide.
It’s a case of two wrongs not making a right, though. And it’s incredible that they don’t get brought to task in it when others do.
Whilst we’re at it, it would be remiss of us not to mention the “sad orange bastard” chant that Rob McLean had to apologise for on Friday night.
None of us are stupid enough to think that there aren’t folk with that sort of mindset in our support, but fucking hell that was downright embarrassing. It was at least a fairly small section of wallopers but terrible nonetheless.
I’ve heard plenty of commentators apologising for choice language when doing Scottish football matches but never, even when Rangers or Celtic have been playing, for sectarian chanting- until doing a Morton game. Just let that sink in.