TRADERS are flogging Sure Sir, I Can Boogie themed gear after the Tartan Military adopted the 1970s disco traditional as a footie anthem.
T-shirts, mugs, hoodies and wall artwork devoted to Scotland’s unofficial Euro 2021 music are being auctioned on eBay.
The 1977 Baccara hit turned a followers’ favorite when movie of Steve Clarke’s males dancing to it went viral after our play-off win over Serbia in November.
On-line sellers try to take advantage of its reputation amid the thrill forward of our Group D ties at residence to Czech Republic and away to England and Croatia subsequent summer time.
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A supply stated: “Followers are going loopy for the monitor.
“Because the build-up to Scotland’s first main event finals for over 20 years continues the demand is sure to achieve fever pitch.”
One eBay vendor in Irvine, Ayrshire, provides £10.99 facemasks that includes the monitor title below pics of gaffer Clarke and penalty shoot-out hero keeper David Marshall.
One other in Torquay has posters captioned ‘I can boogie boogie boogie all match lengthy’ for £6.
Saltire-logo jumpers displaying the refrain could be dispatched from Stourbridge, West Mids, at £13.99.
Novelty mugs bearing the slogan are being traded from Leicester for £12.99 every whereas button badges are 99p.
Wood plaques of the Scotland badge that includes the title and ‘No Scotland, No Celebration’ are up for grabs from a Glasgow seller for £18.
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And web site BrutusGold Boutique, which says it has licencing rights accepted by the widows of late songwriters Frank Dostal and Rolf Soja, targets Scots followers with an advert for 1970s-style navy blue T-shirts emblazoned with the title.
The blurb says: “Hop aboard the street to Wembley with this must-have design in celebration of Scotland’s historic Euro qualification.
A portion of all gross sales will go on to the wives.”
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