Without getting into this rubbish again - the team represent GB and so questioning an anthem specific to only one country within the union (the lyrics of which do carry anti-English sentiment) is surely reasonable, isn't it?
The entire situation is ludicrous. Scotland has been part of the UK for over 300 years now, time to get over this and realise that you Sweaties do very well out of it.
GSTQ is not really an anthem you hear in Scotland unless England are visiting. I'm going to the rugby at the weekend and I'll hear GSTQ but it will be the English singing it as their anthem. I'll be at Braehead the week after and I'll hear it again as my anthem as a Brit.
I think people are too sensitive. Some Scots regard GSTQ as anti-Scottish. The offending verse is no more but people don't forget the fact that it was once a part of the anthem. I know people in Wales that don't like the anthem either.
We Scots don't get a chance to see Andy at home too often. Is it really wrong that we want to make a fuss of him when we do?
"Scotland has been part of the UK for over 300 years now, time to get over this and realise that you Sweaties do very well out of it."
Just the sort of nonsense that starts arguments. I don't want independence because I feel we're stronger together. If Cameron et al really felt that they were better off without us don't you think they'd want rid of us. The Scots aren't subsidised by the English.