WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



BarryShitpeas 1:21 Sun Nov 23
serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Yes I know who is a football forum but I know people have helped a lot of people in need on here.

This is tough to type but ive basically been accused by my partner of assault when I was the assaulted. Unfortunately she reported assault on her to the police. It doesn't look good as she got a black eye whilst trying to protect/restrain.

Things hadn't been that great at home recently mainly me being a lazy arse.

Anyway as a result I have been bailed to keep out of Buckinghamshire, where I live. Ive lost my job as a result of this too and I've been staying in London with a mate but ive outstayed that welcome now. So ive been in a hotel for a couple of nights but now I'm completely potless.

So I'm stuck with nowhere to go and looking online at housing in not a priority at all as I'm deemed as making myself homeless as my fault.

I'm wandering the streets in the rain at the moment and don't know what to do.

Cant believe ive written that on here. Before anyone judges me I did not intend to make any contact on her

What the fuck can I do. I'm gutted and have effectively lost my kids etc too for the moment until Jan. And that's providing I don't go down for this.



Gavros 3:19 Wed Nov 26
WHOers in need
I thought I'd set this up given recent events in which WHOers have found themselves in need of help.

Money donated will go to WHOers whom WHO deems are deserving and in need of it.

Recipients of money must commit to paying back money plus a donation themselves once they are back on their feet.

The fund can then be used over agin for other needy WHOers.

Only people with a track history of being on WHO will be considered for help.

Anyone found to be on the fiddle will get severely punished by Sold0 and his MATES.

http://www.gofundme.com/hu7vfs

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Gavros 9:48 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Len, Barry was asked not to post on here given the upcoming court case.

Gavros 9:47 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Cheers SONS for your further contributions. As said, Barry is now in a safe place and I think its best to close this conversation down until the law has run its course. The money from the fund is safe and sound and should be about £650 after the most recent contributions.

Leonard Hatred 9:42 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Why has Shitpeas stopped posting on here?

Crassus 9:41 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Agreed Zammo

Not the time for idol chatter but full marks to the WHO Two, top blokes.

Zammo 9:37 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
We need to close the link down until after the 8th in my opinion.

Gavros and Glos hammer have done an amazing job.

dicksie3 9:35 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Finally got around to this...

Fuck, some people have been really generous with their donations!...

£50+... Christ, proper generous that...

DANNY66 9:23 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Harsh if so

Gavros 9:19 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
I havent spoken to Barry for a while so I dont know if that is still the case, but prob best not to talk about it until after that date.

DANNY66 9:08 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Plod are taking him to court over his row with his missus?

franksfat&slow&wank 7:33 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
No worries, I see Zammo was involved and he's near me so knew this was being organised by decent stock .... Not that there's any whoers who aren't btw

Gavros 7:27 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Thanks mate. Ad it is Barry had accessed his own cash so we still have over £600 in the tank and I trust Barry will pay back the money given to him once hes sorted properly.

franksfat&slow&wank 7:20 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Just donated it's not much but I'm not rolling in it myself at the minute

Zammo 7:06 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Goes to court on the 8th.

Ricky 5:55 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
All gone very quiet on this front. Must be time for another whip round if he's done the cash...

DANNY66 7:36 Sat Jan 3
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
How is Barry?

stewie griffin 3:43 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Never thought I'd find myself saying this, but BOLTKUNT might even be of use. Doesn't do rentals and shit himself, but sure he has access to more info than what anyone else might find.

Either that or his job does actually involve looking at rightmove all day

Gavros 3:40 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Certainly, would be silly to spunk it all on a hotel room for a few nights.

stewie griffin 3:38 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Thanks Gavvy.

Can get a room share easily enough for £300 a month. Know it's not exactly Christmasy, but if the money is there, may as well use it

One McAvennieeeeee 3:28 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Working with peroni? I'd rather sign on.

Gavros 3:25 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Peroni's offered him work in London, so that's the plan for now, I believe.

stewie griffin 3:24 Wed Dec 17
Re: serious advice needed includes trust fund link
Gavvy - is he still looking for work in the Oxford area? If so, going to make finding a place to stay a bit more tricky?

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