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
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
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%
  



Pee Wee 10:49 Sun May 28
The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
That’s 2 now you fish head eating, whippet fiddling, dinosaur crook.


Shame to see him go…

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1964 3:20 Fri Jun 2
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
If you want a man to get you promoted ....

VickyPkVillageIdiot 2:57 Fri Jun 2
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Think Leeds will regret not keeping him on, much like WBA did.

El Scorchio 2:24 Fri Jun 2
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Laughing all the way to the bank. 500 grand for just over a month's work, even if you fail.

I'd love to be a relegation specialist manager. Win or lose, you win.

Ron Eff 2:05 Fri Jun 2
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Leeds CEO Angus Kinnear said: "We thank Sam for being brave enough to step in and do all he could to save us."

Brave haha! A risk free half a mill for four games with a £2.5m bonus attached. Hardly going down the mines is it.

Manuel 12:02 Fri Jun 2
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
NOT staying at Leeds.

The Ghost of Sven 10:53 Wed May 31
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
The Thai's business is duty free so COVID killed them with no travel.
Not sure how bad it was but heard the other day that they had borrowed against the future payments on all their player sales.
Their parachute payments will go to that debt and obviously as a relegated club they will be squeezed on what they get on the players like Maddison who have to go.
Have quite a few who will attract Premier league interest though Tielemans leaves for nothing.

Coffee 9:32 Wed May 31
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
I wonder what's happened to that Leicester City corner in Bangkok Airport? Perhaps it's moved to the floor below?

Darlo Debs 9:29 Wed May 31
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Jasnik yea I think Brendan Rodgers had been telling them.as much but I think the owners were having some financial problems and couldn't afford to strengthen. From.the snippets I've heard on 5 live.

gph 9:05 Tue May 30
Re: The Unspeakable Mr Allardyce
(nt)

Jasnik 7:11 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Leicester practice of keep selling players and replacing them with not as good eventually caught up with them

Manuel 6:10 Tue May 30
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Westside 3:41 Tue May 30

Appreciate the confirmation.

Westside 3:41 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
I was saying it's a cliche when some say promoted sides will come straight back down, as stats show they generally stay up, all 3 from last season stayed up.

Generally, at least one promoted team gets relegated. Season just gone, is only the 4th time, all 3 promoted teams have survived in the Premier league, the season after their promotion.

brick_lane_batty_boy 12:40 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Leeds group of players are dreadful. Nobody was keeping them up. Same for Southampton. Only team that will feel they had enough to stay up are Leicester. Losing Schmeichel cost them massively - remember earlier in the season, his replacement was awful.

Northern Sold 12:32 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Just imagine if we had got shot of Moyes... and literally no one wanted the job until the end of the season... and we got Allardyce... and he kept us up on goal difference... so the board gave him a 5 year deal... just imagine that for a moment... yup....


*goes back to bed *

Manuel 12:16 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
IMO Bielsa was taking Leeds down, they were getting beaten easily almost every week at the end of his term, his time was up, BUT I think the Yank could have kept them up, the games he lost were only by the odd goal and he might have got them winning again, but who knows.

fraser 12:11 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
BFS was fucking shit there, totally on him their falling apart in the games he was in charge the useless hippo headed cunt.

Far Cough 12:08 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
The deluded Walrus fish head eating, cunt

stewie griffin 12:02 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
if you're going to waddle in somewhere and announce that you're as good as Guardiola & Klopp, then its 100% on you if your record reads:

P4 W0 D1 L3 F5 A11 Pts 1

Pee Wee 12:02 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
A Couple of my favourite quotes from the crook from his time at Leeds:




“I'm 68 but there's nobody ahead of me in football terms. Not Pep (Guardiola), not (Jurgen) Klopp, not (Mikel) Arteta,”



"It's a pretty simple game, too many coaches try to over complicate it"



After Spurs game: "Our response to going 1 down was very good" (Spoiler alert: they let in another 3)

icwhs 11:47 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
So both Leeds and Leicester would have got 36 points or more if they’d kept Bielsa and Rodgers?
Total bollocks.

icwhs 11:43 Tue May 30
Re: The Unsinkable Mr Allardyce
Can’t really blame Allardyce, none were his players and he had 4 games.
Always on a hiding to nothing.

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