Europa League: Kilmarnock's 'lost' fans party in Belgrade
"We've lost our way, we've lost our way..."
So rang out the irreverent chant in a pub somewhere in Belgrade, hollered by a squad of revelling - if slightly sheepish - Kilmarnock fans more than 1,000 miles from home with no team to support.
Their side had been booted out of the Europa League in the most humiliating fashion a fortnight earlier, but many had already booked flights and accommodation for what they reckoned to be a safe bet for the next round.
The Ayrshire fans expected their heroes to dispatch part-time Connah's Quay Nomads in their second-round qualifier at Rugby Park, leading 2-1 from the first leg in Wales, and set up a tie with Partizan Belgrade.
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"We're on our way, we're on our way," went the rallying cry for their first continental voyage since 2001.
Two away goals and a home red card later, the journey had ended in embarrassment - on the park, at least. Rather than cancel their plans, many supporters opted to fulfil their somewhat less merry jaunt to Serbia and make the best of a few nights in a warm city with very reasonably priced lager.
Some even went along to the game and were in good voice as Partizan recorded a comfortable 3-0 win over their Welsh guests.
They might have lost their way, but at least they're having fun.