WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
4%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
30%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
28%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
29%
  



Leonard Hatred 4:11 Sun Jan 1
Calum Davenport
Let's talk about Calum Davenport.
Was he any good?

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Grumpster 4:26 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
Superb championship player, average premiership player.

Garth Algar 4:19 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
Remember him getting skinned by Richard GARCIA and Bertie BRAYLEY in the 6 nil DRUBBING during the FA youth cup final.

terry-h 3:08 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
His last game for West Ham was on Boxing Day 2008 when we splattered Portsmouth at their place 4-1. Despite having an excellent game, possibly his best for us, Zola dropped him and soon sent him on loan to Sunderland. The stabbing incident happened after he returned to the club in the summer of 2009. He was never the same player after that and his contract was cancelled in 2010. It's been a downward spiral ever since if you look at subsequent incidents recorded.

Billy Blagg 2:29 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
For a while he looked good. Like about 90% of all players I've seen at WHU over the years.

Gaffa 1:22 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
Decent first time around (on loan in the Championship), but he seemed to lose the fucking plot thereafter.

joe royal 12:56 Mon Jan 2
Re: Calum Davenport
Bloke was a negro - but you knew that.

bruuuno 11:45 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Google was my friend - seemed like he nutted his (pregnant) sister whose boyfriend then went round and stabbed him 8 times in the leg. Bloke got six years for it

bruuuno 11:41 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Does anyone know why he got stabbed? Always wondered that

park chan wook 11:23 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Decent player, not sure where it went wrong for him.

southbankbornnbred 9:56 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
He developed a woeful habit of incessantly backing away from oncoming forwards who had the ball at their feet - to the point where he would often retreat back into his own penalty area before attempting a tackle. He lost the confidence to stand his ground or go and make a tackle.

Back away, back away, back away, back away (wallop)...oh, their striker has just scored again...

Fivetide 9:52 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Was very good on loan

Norman 9:51 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Remember seeing him for Cov when they beat us 2-1 I think at their place. He was head and shoulder above anyone else on the pitch. Scored a header I think. Never fulfilled his potential.

Roby 8:43 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
He was really highly rated as a kid at Coventry and Spurs paid decent money for him.

He was excellent for us on loan in the Championship but a few years down the line the berk Curbs bought him and he was bloody rubbish.

Think we were sensibly trying to flog him but then he broke a bone in his neck on his loan debut for Watford and then obviously got stabbed in the legs in the domestic incident which was the end.

Think he also got arrested again after that so was obviously a bit of a wrong un.

ChesterRd 8:10 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
When he first came on loan from Coventry he was really good, unfortunately he got Spursed and pretty crap when he came back.

Willtell 7:56 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
He was really awful and I think the evidence is that Tottenham sold him to us.

mallard 7:49 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Remeber watching him when we got done 4-0 at The Valley.

absolute dog-shit defending!

lab 4:34 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
Didn't he get stabbed?

terry-h 4:22 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
His sister's boyfriend didn't like him.

Alex Bunbury 4:14 Sun Jan 1
Re: Calum Davenport
I thought he was decent in his first spell but poor in the second.





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