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Worst Club Nickname... (And Another Funny Headline)

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Really, this cant be their real nickname surely!!
 
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Two of the widespread nicknames for Zenit are Bomzhi and Meshki. "Bomzhi" (Bums or Hobos) refers to Zenit's fans travelling long distances to away matches by local trains and sleeping in the railway stations. "Meshki" (The Sacks) dates back to 1984, when lots of plastic bags were produced with a slogan stating that "Zenit are the champions", to celebrate the title victory. The slogan is popular until now, and the bags gave rise to the nickname. Both of these nicknames, however, are somewhat sarcastic and rarely used in Saint Petersburg. Local fans prefer the nickname Sine-belo-golubye (Navy, White and Blue) derived from the club's colors.
It's not too far away!!
 
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What a piece of info. Fair play Redders
 

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that torres one is really pushing the limits of cheesyness and awfulness :p

as for a nickname...its inventive >_>
 
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That nickname just rolls off the tongue ;)
 
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Two of the widespread nicknames for Zenit are Bomzhi and Meshki. "Bomzhi" (Bums or Hobos) refers to Zenit's fans travelling long distances to away matches by local trains and sleeping in the railway stations. "Meshki" (The Sacks) dates back to 1984, when lots of plastic bags were produced with a slogan stating that "Zenit are the champions", to celebrate the title victory. The slogan is popular until now, and the bags gave rise to the nickname. Both of these nicknames, however, are somewhat sarcastic and rarely used in Saint Petersburg. Local fans prefer the nickname Sine-belo-golubye (Navy, White and Blue) derived from the club's colors.
Jesus Christ Stato!
 
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