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Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
76%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
8%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
5%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
3%
  



Eddie B 11:19 Mon Jan 11
Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/jonjo-shelvey-reason-swansea-city-10713509

We don't need this waste of space at WHU.

Shelvey cleared of any wrongdoing by FA after clash with West Ham's Enner Valencia

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monto 8:02 Thu May 19
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Looked after a few fellas from the Hill who went up to Liverpool for stag. Had a table a Carragher's bar well and truly stocked up for them.

Nice of him.

BulphanIron 9:49 Thu May 19
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Rate the fact Shelvey has a Harold Hill tat on his forearm...

REPPING.

After8 9:47 Thu May 19
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Sounds like we missed a bullet there.

One McAvennieeeeee 8:31 Thu May 19
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
According to a lot of their supporters, he absolutely owned their relegation too, norm son.

The White Horse 8:26 Thu May 19
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
He's one of the ugliest footballers ever. Looks like a fucking constipated dissident.

Reason enough not to sign him = Case closed.

normannomates 2:25 Tue May 17
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Polite. 11.59
What in the 10 odd games you mean?

normannomates 2:23 Tue May 17
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
He owned us at St James.
Took us apart.

ironsofcanada 1:15 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
According to a lot people posting for real as well (at least last year)

To be fair, Noble will never be the greatest defensive midfielder though he has a few of the attributes and will keep trying. But letting him get forward more and having people moving around him has made him better this year.

stoneman 1:03 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Shelvey better than Noble.


According to rodfarts.

Ilford Hammer 12:26 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
They didn't negotiate a relegation clause for Shelvey so he will be picking up £80,000 a week in the Championship.

I can't see them coming up next season, which I'm glad about.

park chan wook 11:08 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment No FA charge
True Geordie rages about Newcastle lose at home to Bournemouth, he sums it up lovely and doesn't like Graham Carr much, fantastic stuff.
https://youtu.be/VFo30tgSsqw

Private Dancer 11:03 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment No FA charge

Private Dancer 10:26 Mon Feb 15
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment No FA charge

Seems a bad egg to me. A typical Newcastle signing in many ways. Glad we didn't go near him. Yes he can ping a pass, but..''

Mr Polite 10:59 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Shearer talks like he thinks he could do better whilst forgetting he has proven that he can't.

Trevor B 10:53 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
I'm not sure the manager has a massive say in the players that come in up there does he? Their 'famed' scouting team headed by Graham Carr seemed to get all the plaudits a few years ago, he got a lot of stick from Shearer recently I think.

park chan wook 10:50 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
That young centre half whose been playing recently looks decent, forgot his name. when the Geordie were doing well under keegan
They was lovely too watch, but even back then I felt they was gonna implode at any time and they did when fergie got under Keegans skin.

McLaren bought far to many players with no premier league experience. Shelvey is a decent passer but effort and fight he truly lacks. I'd rather noble than him all day.

RBshorty 10:46 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
By all accounts. It's all part of a Cockney Conspiracy.?

First send them Pardew. Then send Shelvey to finish the job.!

Lee Trundle 10:43 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
I read somewhere (possibly on here) that they've spent over £75m this season on players. That's an obscene amount to dish out only to go and get relegated.

Northern Sold 10:41 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
Maybe if he got a game they might have stayed up??

Sven Roeder 10:37 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
They were unlucky to lose Krul for the season but seemed to have too many lightweights who didn't seem to fancy it away from home especially.
Players like Sissoko seemed to be looking for their next move & a lot will be out the door.
From what I saw only Townsend and Colback seemed to be good enough or giving enough.

i-Ron 10:29 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
He had a stormer against us unfortunately.

I work with Geordie fans and they seem to blaming a lot more players than Shelvey. Wijnaldum (who I wanted last summer) is getting a load of grief for being a bottler. I said West Ham would take Jaanmaat but apparently he's been crap since Christmas and can't defend very well.

Then there's Cisse, Collocini, Taylor and a couple of frenchies who cost a lot Thuarvin and Cabella who are blamed for costing so much but not cutting it.

Sounds like a mess up there. Would hate to see their wage bill.

busheyhammer85 9:44 Thu May 12
Re: Jonjo Shelvey - The epitome of committment
MUCH BETTER THAN NOBLE

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