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
24%
  
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
18%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
18%
  
d. Moyes out
38%
  
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
3%
  



Coffee 1:50 Tue Apr 4
Relegation teams - remaining games
CRYSTAL PALACE (currently 30 pts)
(A) Leeds
(A) Southampton
(H) Everton
(A) Wolves
(H) West Ham
(A) Spurs
(H) Bournemouth
(A) Fulham
(H) Forest

WOLVES (28 pts)
(H) Chelsea
(H) Brentford
(A) Leicester
(H) Palace
(A) Brighton
(H) Villa
(A) Man U
(H) Everton
(A) Arsenal

WEST HAM (27 pts)
(H) Newcastle
(A Fulham
(H) Arsenal
(A) Bournemouth
(H) Liverpool
(A) Palace
(A) Man C
(H) Man U
(A) Brentford
(H) Leeds
(A) Leicester

EVERTON (27 pts)
(A) Man U
(H) Fulham
(A) Palace
(H) Newcastle
(A) Leicester
(A) Brighton
(H) Man C
(A) Wolves
(H) Bournemouth

NOTTM FOREST (27 pts)
(A) Leeds
(A) Villa
(H) Man U
(A) Liverpool
(H) Brighton
(A) Brentford
(H) Southampton
(A) Chelsea
(H) Arsenal
(A) Palace

BOURNEMOUTH (27 pts)
(H) Brighton
(A) Leicester
(A) Spurs
(H) West Ham
(A) Southampton
(H) Leeds
(H) Chelsea
(A) Palace
(H) Man U
(A) Everton

LEEDS (26 pts)
(H) Forest
(H) Palace
(H) Liverpool
(A) Fulham
(H) Leicester
(A) Bournemouth
(A) Man C
(H) Newcastle
(A) West Ham
(H) Spurs

LEICESTER (25 pts)
(H) Villa
(H) Bournemouth
(A) Man C
(H) Wolves
(A) Leeds
(H) Everton
(A) Fulham
(H) Liverpool
(A) Newcastle
(H) West Ham

SOUTHAMPTON (23 pts)
(H) Man C
(H) Palace
(A) Arsenal
(H) Bournemouth
(A) Newcastle
(A) Forest
(H) Fulham
(A) Brighton
(H) Liverpool

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Robson 8:15 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Sir Alf 9:53 Tue May 16

Agreed Leeds will not score a lot of goals against us so will not be threatening our goal difference. If they happen to go a goal or two up against us they will totally shut up shop rather than risk trying to score more for the sake of GD to overtake us. That is not their aim. They just need to try and overtake Everton and/or Forest.

But we will beat them anyway of course.

Steady 3:38 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
only1billybonds 11:13 Wed May 17

He won’t rest Rice and Bowen when it’s over 2 weeks until the final if we get through. It is also most likely to be Rice’ last ever home appearance which again is another reason he won’t be rested. The key will be ensuring the players stay fit and sharp between the end of season and final

only1billybonds 11:13 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Manuel.

Yea its a big time gap between weekend and the final but Moyes is known for his cautioys approach. Not sure he'll risk Rice, Bowen et al picking up a hamstring injury or a groin strain when there's a trophy at stake.

Manuel 11:06 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
only1billybonds 10:54 Wed May 17

I really don't think we will be resting players in our last home game a full 17 days before the final. Agree it will be like a morgue though if we lose tomorrow, or maybe even toxic.

The Ghost of Sven 11:01 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
If it was a choice I'd like to see Everton & Leicester go.
Always a great atmosphere at Leeds and like their madcap football .... even if it means Fat Cunt picking up a couple of million.
Actually would look forward to his post match EGO

Obviously want Leeds to get tonked Sunday but they can thrash Spurs.
Everton can get done at Wolves and then choke against Bournemouth when their keeper refuses a Hans Seger style BUNG to throw some in

only1billybonds 10:54 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
I can see Leeds turning us over on Sunday, especially if Everton fail to win at Wolves. If we get through on Thursday, the ' big hitters' will be rested and those playing wont be throwing themselves about to much. Should we get knocked out, the place will be like a morgue and i see the Tykes taking advantage of that.

harold 10:27 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Manuel, Not if Everton fail to beat Wolves on Saturday.

dolph 9:36 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Think I prefer teams to go down who have players that could improve us. Or conversely who, if they stayed up, would only need a couple additions that could dramatically improve their fortunes next season.

Everton and Leicester fit that bill better than Forest and Leeds for me.

Lato 9:31 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Would love to see both Everton and Leeds go down.......but unlikely unfortunately!

Stevethehammer 5:37 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Personally would like to see Everton lose on Saturday
Leeds coming to our place, getting a draw
That would set it up very nicely for the last day to be a straight shoot out between Leeds and Everton and literally a goal or 2 in it.
Everton and home to Bournemouth should be a nailed on win and I can see Leeds turning up against Spurs. Everton or Leeds could go down by a goal. That would be the perfect ending to a mad relegation battle.

The White Horse 4:28 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Not 100 pct safe my arse.
There’s much more chance of a nuke landing on your head than we going down - FFS

Manuel 3:44 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
RichyP 8:56 Tue May 16

''Need a point on Sunday to put it to bed''


This is not ending is it, never known the like.

BRANDED 12:51 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
This home game on Sunday could be the very best of the entire season. Cant wait.

harold 12:38 Wed May 17
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
RP Won't need a result on Sunday if Everton fail to beat Wolves on Saturday.

Sir Alf 9:54 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
*** 10 goal ***

Sir Alf 9:53 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
I think even as site pessimist, Leeds under BFS will not be scoring lots of goals and at the same time conceding far fewer. He will improve the defensive side but his history is of teams winning by the odd goal. So even if they win against us and we lose to Leicester too it won’t turnaround a -0 goal margin.

Yes we are West Ham, the masters of “snatching defeat from the jaws of victory” but on this particular occasion even we won’t manage to fvck it up. We might well just stay up on goal difference which might be a blessing if it gives Sullivan the fortitude to terminate Moyes employment.

Capitol Man 9:37 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Basically we would need to lose both games badly and teams that have barely won all season to win two on the trot.

This being West Ham you can't get rid of the nagging insecurity of this but highly unlikely. May do us good to have something to play for though.

RichyP 8:56 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Its’s not a 12 goal turnaround it’s an 11 goal turnaround as it goes to goals scored if GD is the same and Leeds have scored more goals than us.

If we lose to both Leeds and Leicester 3-0 and Leeds beat the Spurs 2-0 then they would come above us in goals scored.

Whilst unlikely it’s not the most ridiculous set of results to happen.

Need a point on Sunday to put it to bed

White Pony 8:49 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
Nagel 12:07

I work with a Palace fan and he said the same thing when they employed Woy. He said that they’d stay up but not because of the change of manager. He came in at the start of the easiest run in of any of the clubs in the league. Reckons it was a pointless sacking.

onsideman 6:51 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
harold 6:01 Tue May 16


Likewise if Forest lose to Arsenal. I'm simply not having a minimum 18 goal swing as an option

Tomshardware 6:34 Tue May 16
Re: Relegation teams - remaining games
We aren't 100% safe yet, unlikely we will go down but not impossible.

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