WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

happygilmore 11:43 Sat Feb 4
Saturday Football
Obliging for Coffee this week:

Friday night served up a goalless draw between Chelsea & Fulham. Fulham were excellent on the night, Marco Silva has them playing some lovely football.


Everton v Arsenal (1230)
If you are feeling down about the state of West Ham, then take a look at the utter mess Everton are and it might cheer you up a little. However, they have made the managerial change, and Dyche is probably the right fit for their relegation battle. Arsenal continue to impress and the “dip in form” hasn’t happened as of yet. Too soon for the new manager bounce with the attacking threat Arsenal pose. Away win.

Aston Villa v Leicester (1500)
Three recent wins and a draw have probably pushed Villa to safety. Leicester find themselves in greater need of points, having amassed the same paltry total of 18pts as WHU. Maddison’s return might be the bit of quality to swing this one in favour of Leicester. Away win

Brentford v Southampton (1500)
Southampton have shown signs of improvement of late. However, I’m not sure the midweek cup exerts will help. Brentford have been good at home and have the fire power to breach that Southampton defence. Home Win

Brighton v Bournemouth (1500)
It’s hard not to be impressed at how Brighton are being run. Bournemouth have been to the “bargain basement” to sort out a few transfers, but Brighton should be too good for them. Home Win

Man Utd vs Crystal Palace (1500)
Man Utd’s revival is well and truly under way. A hiccup in the recent meeting saw them slip up and drop two points due to a late Palace goal. Palace have key injuries, I expect Man Utd to make no mistake this time and secure all 3 points. Home Win

Wolves vs Liverpool (1500)
Liverpool’s collapse has been the mirror opposite of Man Utd’s revival. While Wolves look an ordinary outfit I find it impossible to say a Liverpool win will follow. Draw

Newcastle vs West Ham (1730)
Can somebody lend me a bottle of optimism? Newcastle have the meanest defence and usually bag a goal or two. We have no fit (proper)striker and a slow defence and midfield. What could go wrong! I had a dream this ended 2-2. So it’s 2-2 or a Newcastle win. Home Win


Notts Forest vs Leeds (1400)
Forest have made their 29th signing this season, bringing in Andre Ayew, who appears to be still stealing a living as a footballer. Leeds are a real mixed bag, but they have found an exciting player in Gnoto. Forest will look to make home advantage count and create a bit of daylight from the relegation drop. Home Win

Spurs vs Man City (1630)
Spurs were very Spursy in the recent meeting, blowing a two goal lead. Home advantage and grumpy Conte in his hospital bed, might point to a better chance for Spurs in this one. Nah. Away win


Man Utd v Leeds (2000)
A re-arranged fixture to extend the week. A throwback to a big game from the 70s. Expect a feisty affair and plenty of yellow cards. It a game in hand that Leeds have over the relegation contenders (Draw)

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Athletico Easthamico 11:55 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
If there are no real shit teams would it mean the points to stay up would be well below 40?

BRANDED 11:42 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football

happygilmore 11:36 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Rashford pulls one back

Stowie.40 11:31 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Reckon could need close to 40 points this season, one thing we’re gonna have to pull a couple of results out the bag. What an absolute shit show

pdbis 11:22 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
We are going to have to just do it without any help.

LeroysBoots 11:22 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football

Leeds playing v well

pdbis 11:21 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Man Utd want us to be relegated.

twoleftfeet 11:20 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Didn’t see that coming.

Barty 11:19 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Man U u fucking useless cunts

Iron Duke 11:13 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Leeds are getting the new manager bounce before they’ve even got a new manager.

Barty 10:58 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
he stood up

Seriously if leeds go down and we stay up we should be in for Gnonto to link up with Scamacca

An Italian national team link up, not bad that

pdbis 10:55 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Just need Man Utd to turn this round and beat them again at the weekend.

Barty 10:48 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Gnonto injured, excellent news

pdbis 10:48 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Reports that the players didn't like Marsch.

happygilmore 10:41 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Leeds sacking Jesse might be giving Leeds the lift we didn't want (:

Barty 10:40 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Come on Man U ffs

Great goal from Gnonto

pdbis 10:28 Wed Feb 8
Re: Saturday Football
Come on you scummy reds.

pdcwhu 9:21 Sun Feb 5
Re: Saturday Football
Arsenal will need more help than that

pdcwhu 9:21 Sun Feb 5
Re: Saturday Football
Gilmore means the mancunts

RBshorty 9:11 Sun Feb 5
Re: Saturday Football
You do get the feeling Pep is helping his mate Mikel win a title.?

El Scorchio 8:58 Sun Feb 5
Re: Saturday Football
There’s only one stat that matters. The rest are all just nice to have.

Can’t imagine many spurs fans or Everton fans are sat around right now grumbling about only 35% and 29% possession respectively.

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