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2 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

I do wonder why the trio at the helm would re-employ the rather uninspiring Moyes but then I also get to wondering how much parachute payments are currently at.

Any truth in the rumour that Reds have agreed to fly an anti-Sullivan/Gold/Brady banner on the Kop (in return for some foodbank donations)?

 

I fucking hope so. 

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43 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Any truth in the rumour that Reds have agreed to fly an anti-Sullivan/Gold/Brady banner on the Kop (in return for some foodbank donations)?

 

I fucking hope so. 

I actually don't mind West Ham, used to love going to Upton Park, proper ground for a proper football club with proper fans and loved the bit of tension in the air in the surrounding area. Now they´re in an Athletic stadium, with cunts as owners and Moyes as manager. 

 

Can't really get much worse. 

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40 minutes ago, El Dangerous said:

West Ham are the Evertonians of the south. Fuck them.

Harsh. West Ham have never been delusional about their position in the heirachy 

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11 minutes ago, magicrat said:

Harsh. West Ham have never been delusional about their position in the heirachy 

Indeed. They take pride in their pessimism, they own their club's shitness (instead of trying to blame everyone else) and they take the field to a song about dreams fading and dying.

 

They're really not about to talk of power-shifts in London or Spurs/Arsenal/Chelsea heads falling off.

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17 hours ago, halewood pete said:

Hes a legend in his own mind.Deluded 


He really is isnt he? 
 

«Winning, thats what I do.»

 

Hahahahahaha.

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On 21/02/2020 at 14:38, magicrat said:

Alf knows

 

Popular: Born in in Stoke Newington, London, Mitchell scooped a Best TV Actor BAFTA Award in 1967 for his role as Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part. Above, he is pictured as Garnett in The Thoughts of Chairman Alf Comedy Actors, Tv Actors, Warren Mitchell, Bbc, West Ham, Jim Morrison, Peaky Blinders, Till Death, Sports Stars

I love the fact that Warren Mitchell was a Socialist and a Spurs fan; so when he had to play a vile Tory bigot, he made him a West Ham fan. Proper rivalry is about getting your digs in everywhere you can. 

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His career is basically

1998-2002  Decent and quite successful at Preston.

2002 - 2013  Mediocre at Everton (highlights only occurring in the couple of seasons when Liverpool were even worse)

2013 - present  Absolute fucking shit at United, Sociedad, Sunderland and West Ham.

 

There's a trajectory.

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On 26/07/2011 at 12:07, Yer Ma! said:

I get the feeling he's waiting on Ferguson to drop dead so he can step in there.

 

On 26/07/2011 at 12:21, The Acolyte said:

 

He can dream on. There no chance they'll offer him the job even if Bacon Face recommended him. They would want high profile and not some manager who has to take the teams kit to the local laundrette!


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6 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

His career is basically

1998-2002  Decent and quite successful at Preston.

2002 - 2013  Mediocre at Everton (highlights only occurring in the couple of seasons when Liverpool were even worse)

2013 - present  Absolute fucking shit at United, Sociedad, Sunderland and West Ham.

 

There's a trajectory.

He just played on the Peoples Club shite at Everton as well and moaning that Liverpool spent billions while they had to search down the back of the sofa for change. 

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On 21/02/2020 at 00:32, Timão said:

I actually don't mind West Ham, used to love going to Upton Park, proper ground for a proper football club with proper fans and loved the bit of tension in the air in the surrounding area. Now they´re in an Athletic stadium, with cunts as owners and Moyes as manager. 

 

Can't really get much worse. 

Repped for 'Upton Park'.

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