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

Leonard Hatred 6:29 Wed Jul 12
Boney M

Ipswich Town winning the FA Cup

Keith Moon buying the farm.

Pop Robson


Israel winning Eurovision with the magnificent "A Ba Na Bi"

Grandstand followed by The Pink Panther then Generation Game with BRUCIE

Jethro Tull release Heavy Horses

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Admiral Lard 9:15 Sat Jul 15
Re: 1978
The desolation of relegation following a 2-0 defeat by Liverpool on the final day.

Joined the RN

Debbie Harry and Blondie's Denis Denis

Jilted John - Gordon is a Moron

Argentina win the World Cup - Mario Kempes

Jimmy Carter - Peanut farmer turned US president

Manuel 10:15 Fri Jul 14
Re: 1978
The poor kids of today have now got their fingers in food banks instead of Lorna Banks..

SnarestoneIron 10:09 Fri Jul 14
Re: 1978
My first West Ham match, 3-0 win against Derby. Attended with one of the linesman, Harry Dempsey. The game was on the Big Match the next day, and met Brian Moore in the players lounge after.

BRANDED 9:56 Fri Jul 14
Re: 1978
I was fingering her too. Happy days.

wd40 1:44 Fri Jul 14
Re: 1978
What the hell you doing
Lorna Banks back in 78 ?
She was my girlfriend then all that year.

BillyJenningsBoots 1:49 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Blondie on ToTP
Picture This
Parallel Lines
Grease - Summer Nights etc
Olivia Newton John's trousers
Kate Bush Wuthering Heights
Undertones - Teenage Kicks
Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love
10cc - Dreadlock Holiday
The Jam - All Mod Cons
David Watts
The Police - Outlandos Damour

The Mercernary 12:33 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Relegation and Anton OTULAKOWSKI!

zico 12:26 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Darlo Debs 2:37 Thu Jul 13

So did I !! Seriously I wanted to be John Travolta as a 10 year old but looking at the shit the poor man has been through since fortunate I'm not. I'm more Sonny than Danny,. especially the waistline!

In that Ipswich Cup Final win didn't the scorer Roger Osborne faint and have to be substituted after scoring and being jumped on by celebrating team mates?

Gloucester Iron 12:24 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
The Jam - All Mod Cons
X Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents
Pere Ubu - The Modern Dance
The Clash - Give 'Em Enough Rope
The Stranglers - Black & White
Devo - Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are Devo
The Ramones - Road to Ruin
Buzzcocks - Love Bites

Northern Sold 12:10 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Some top films out in 1978

Animal House
Midnight Express
Dawn of the Dead
Watership Down
Boys from Brazil
Any which way but loose
Heaven Can wait
Omen 2
Wild Geese
Revenge of the Pink Panther
I Spit on your Grave
Lemon Popsicle
Adventures of a Plumbers Mate
Vampire Hookers
Pretty Peaches

Oh and I suppose Grease.... * spits *

Sydney_Iron 10:28 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Wish i could go back to 1978! Do it all again but knowing what i do now.............

Last year at school, losing interest in Subbuteo and my bike and discovering woman and Alcohol!!

Remember coming in my pants when fingering Lorna Banks at a School disco :-)

Happy days.

Manuel 10:07 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Surface - Ag, so a year less at school? I l always remember a childhood pals bday was 31st August.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:04 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Poor sod. My son was born at 5 to midnight on 31st August. The midwife registered him as being born ten minutes later, saying, 'Trust me, you'll be grateful for this'. She was right.

Lato 9:59 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
You left school at 15 in 1978? The school-leaving age was raised to 16 several years earlier.

Yep I was 16 in August 1978, hence I was one the youngest in my year!

Manuel 9:59 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Dallas started.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:54 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Nurse Ratched 9:29 Thu Jul 13

***Cuts off crusts...***

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:52 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
You left school at 15 in 1978? The school-leaving age was raised to 16 several years earlier.

Lato 9:47 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Left School at 15

Argentine Melody



Nurse Ratched 9:29 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
You do NOT want curly hair.

Darlo Debs 2:37 Thu Jul 13
Re: 1978
Zico 6.30

I got taken to see Grease in Leicester Square and from.that day til.now I have wanted trousers I need to be sewn into and blonde Curly hair

Matthew Holmes 11:50 Wed Jul 12
Re: 1978
I was 6 and turned 7

1st football memories from TV - the big match
Watch England -remember Brooking! (and Mick Mills wierdly)
and World cup 1978.
Scotland (jocko family so supported them) - stayed up late to see Archie Gemmill's goal

Didnt see the Hammers until following year.

other news
in love with FLOELLA BENJAMIN, enjoyed the work of Fred Harris, Derek Griffiths, Johnny Morris!!!
Tony Hart and Morph and Brian Cant.

Jimll Fix It was unmissable (!)
Blakes 7
and It aint alf hot mum (met Mervyn Hayes years later while pissed outside his pub in StAlbans "arent you the little guy out of it aint alf hot mum? " sure he was pissed off about it.

Pebble Mill with a different band/ music person each day

stayed up to see Logans Run on TV - TITS! (thank you Jenny Agutter!) (maybe i was 8 by then...)

saw Star Wars at cinema months after everyone else did.

Fancied girl a school and first kiss over my stamp collection in the back garden she moved back to Switerland and that was that. (no link)

played a lot of football and cricket,

got loads of gried off neighbour for kicking ball over fence - she was teacher and we were all scared of her. Husband was nice tho and just threw ball back everytime no hassle

cycles round all day with MATES

played about at the old gravel pit and didnt drown

was only going to write a line or two but memory kicked in .

goodnight - off for a lie down

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