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Spanish sayings in football matches?
I've been to several mexican soccer games and I notice they all seem to say the same things. I don't speak spanish but I would like to know what they're saying. First...I've heard this so many times, in movies, shows etcc, and up until now i've realized I have no idea what it means .but when the crowd says 'Ole" what do they mean? and theres something pronounced (I don't know the spelling....) "Wholero!" ??? and when the goalie is about to kick the ball the crowd says something (just as he kicks it) that starts with a B (Budo?)
can any mexicans help me out on your language and sport?
I am mexican and go to Chivas Guadalajara games regularly, so i know what you mean. Ole is used when a team is retaining the ball and everytime the ball is passed the fans yell OLE! in comparison to how a Bull fighter fools the bull. The other is culero which is a spanish insult fans often yell at the rival players, it basically means @$$hole. And the other word originated in Estadio Jalisco where chivas play. When the opposing goalie kicks the ball off the fans try to insult the keeper by yelling puto!! or bi7ch, whore, fagg0t, thats about it Source(s): my BRAINN
Ole is said when a bull fighter makes the bull miss the cape, so we use it when a player schools a defender. the other one is "CULERO" which pretty much means @ssh0le!. The keeper one is Put0, which it means that he is gay to put it lightly.
they say ole when they pass the ball from one player to the next, like when a bull passes the bull fighter that's when they say OLE, wholero it's culero, which means pretty much as...h..ol...get it?? and budo means puto, which pretty much says a bad remark to gay people.. i know its bad.. hope that can helps,,,, and theyres a lot of other things but i cant say them in here...
I've been to several Mexican soccer games too but I speak Spanish. First...'Ole" refers to Bullfighting, when the bullfighter taunts the bull with the red flag and drives it around in circles. It means that one team has total control of the ball and the crowd is mocking the other team. The other word was probably 'golero', and it means goal maker, so whoever they said it to was probably a striker or a offensive midfield. And what they yelled when the goalie kicked it was 'duro' which means 'hard', like to egg the tam on so that the goalie will launch the ball far and they'll attack, like saying 'go'.
i speak spanish and the people are right about the "ole" referring to the bullfighting and etc. then the other one you said "wholero" is probably culer0 which pretty much means ***hole in spanish. then the one you said "budo" which is what they yell out every time the other team's goalie is about to kick the ball is actually "put0" (its a bad word in spanish)
Well, theres alot more than those words in a mexican soccer game. It gets fun and crazy at the same time. First of all, "Ole" means that the players are schooling the opposite team in other words they are mocking them, think about bull fighting. Secondly, wholero is culero, it pretty much means @sswhole, they're offending someone. Finnaly, buto is "puto" which means fa.gget or I think is much more worst than that. They are not calling them gay, they are calling them worst than fagget.
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