Football fans in the Balkan region – and sometimes the general population – are often accused of engaging in politically incorrect linguistic practices and behaviours. This chapter examines banter among the White Angels fan group with a focus on how it is used to construct boundaries and generate a mode of male, homosocial, sociality. The ways in which such banter relate to the recent political turmoil, and also to urban–rural distinctions are discussed. Urban rural distinctions are then considered in relation to the urban claims of ultras belonging and hierarchies within the fan scene. Following this, discourses on political correctness are considered in the two fan groups, and in particular the impact of the White Angels’ contact with the German left fan scene on such practices.