THE Scottish FA have taken to Twitter to decide what music should be played after Scotland goals at Hampden during this qualification campaign.
After consulting with Tartan Army members, the vote was so close that they decided to open it to the public.
Terrace favourite I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers is in the running, alongside a more contemporary choice in Chelsea Dagger by Glasgow band The Fratellis.
So far, the most popular choice is 90s tune Bits & Pieces – a cult hit with fans of George Bowie’s Clyde 1 weekend dance show GBX Anthems.
There’s also an option for no music at all, with some fans preferring to build their own atmosphere without the help of music.
The music may (hopefully) get its first airing at Hampden on Saturday October 8 against Lithuania.
SCOTLAND | Vote for the song to be played after a Scotland goal at Hampden during the World Cup qualification campaign. #ThisTime
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) September 29, 2016
Here’s what fans had to say about the poll
NO MUSIC! Let the fans create the atmosphere. When a goal goes in you want to hear cheering, not the bloody Fratellis
— ElliotWG (@elliotwg85) September 29, 2016
— Palestinian Chicken (@MrCFredricksen) September 29, 2016
got to be bits n pieces!!! That be epic.
— Robbie (@rmc_on_mma) September 29, 2016
no music. Nothing beats the roar of the crowd, the music just dilutes it.
— Paul Murison (@murison1967) September 29, 2016
can we play the 'We'll be coming down the road' song before the game and half time ? 😀
— Pedro ? (@PetePedroGibson) September 29, 2016
Here are the choices!
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