WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Carabao Cup Spurs (a)
a. It's Wembley we have a decent record on the hallowed turf a& all we need is another Maiga, win
17%
  
b. There's no draws in this comp so what chance do we have, lose
23%
  
c. Forget the game, we'll always be a laughing stock while those idiots in the Boardroom still own the Club, SELL SELL SELL
49%
  
d. How great is this another game live on the box, so it's back down the Pub full kit on and roaring the boys onto another win, cut me and I bleed claret & blue
11%
  



Forest Gate Ugly 10:07 Thu Aug 31
Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Ideas please. I feel the time is nigh.

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Northern Sold 5:44 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Errrrrr... have the right hump after a season of lies and shit and say fuck you im not buying another season ticket.... and then.... buy another....thats how to show em

Mart O 3:10 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Does this consist of everyone wanking themselves off, or rather wanking off the bloke next to you ?

I mean, if you really want to make an impact...

medwayhammer1 3:01 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
I still think the mass wank on the 66 minute(that was mentioned on here) is the way to go :-)

normannomates 2:21 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
18.00 hrs outside the club shop..pretty simple.
How many will show?..

normannomates 1:42 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Di kezio
Behave..
We didn't have social media for the bond scheme..just bods as one protesting..nothing hard about that if the will is there..which it was.
Now?
The support over there has changed so much I doubt it..the younger generation are a fucking joke..they all look like poofs

normannomates 1:04 Sat Sep 2
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Bom
It's true..has been for a few yrs..a lot of wankers 'support' our club now..different attitudes altogether mate..getting fucking cameras out at football is beyond my comprehension...

di_kezio 10:01 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
I'm not sure just using social media is enough to organise a protest. 80% of fans in the stadium won't see messages on WHO, KUMB, etc.

Could a handout prior/post-game not work wonders? Have 10-15 volunteers all stood at entrances to the Olympic Park, handing out photocopies explaining reasons behind protest, timing of protest etc. There are many that will be unaware of much of the dildo brothers fucking over of WHU.

I'm sure many would happily chip in costs for printing and hand out flyers.

Bom Stickle 9:53 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
It was all the old school that were there. Even though I thought I'd got the message out sufficiently on forums and Facebook and some had shared on twitter (which I don't really understand) but there didn't seem to be anyone there under 25.

Good luck to anyone that takes this on, more than happy to join in.

Fo the Communist 9:30 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Bom. You are right, you will never get the numbers as the board’s cultural cleansing has been rather successful.
On the plus side, it is no longer a numbers game and social media (though a pain in the arse and the cause of numerous other issues) does, for better or worse, allow small groups to punch well above their weight in terms of reach and influence.
Any protest will also be helped be the vanity of the board. They will hate being portrayed as inept/duplicitous/cheap/failures (insert adjective here…).
What you need is someone - and they are easy enough to find – who knows how to use social media and someone who understands the traditional media – a bit harder to find but they are there. But hardest part is also the most important - finding the right stunt to act as a catalyst.
Best idea I have seen so far is the idea of marching an ‘RIP West Ham’ coffin from the Boleyn to the London Stadium on matchday. Not something I’d be seen dead doing but it would be effective and get you plenty of publicity if handled correctly. Unfortunately these days campaigns are not won by cogent debate and protocol, they are won by momentum and cheap stunts that don’t have to bear any great scrutiny - as demonstrated with devastating effect by the board.

Bom Stickle 8:53 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
I tried some sort of protest last year and it is like herding cats, almost an impossible task. Tried to get it on as many forums as possible but it just ended up with about 50 of the older lot in the bar area just going in late.

There are a lot of new fans over there that will take any old shit and will just walk past looking at those with a bit of passion as dinosaurs from a bygone age.

The owners have fucked us over with a pile of bullshit but some will forever see them as saviours, they are greedy cunts, no less no more.

yngwies Cat 8:35 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Unless you know a minted Sheikh, Russian or some Tiddlys to buy em out, better start a whip round.

mallard 8:32 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
The anti-board protest isn't just about the Summer Window though, It's about selling our ground in order to take us to the next level bullshit.

Takashi Miike 7:45 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
bill baker - bertie smalls

Far Cough 7:39 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Willtell 7:17 Fri Sep 1


FMOB

Knicker Wetter 7:22 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Don't worry clowns like dealcanvey will act as a human shield and protect the fucking midgets from any shit coming their way

Willtell 7:17 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
"Bill baker‏
@Billbak63641871
Do you think the owners know what is being organised against them and the polls are suggesting 90% want them out or are they still hiding?"

ExWHUemployee‏ @ExWHUemployee 1h1 hour ago
ExWHUemployee Retweeted Bill baker
They know yes

Takashi Miike 7:15 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Guardiola's worse than Mourinho in regard to needing the finished product and an endless supply of money. I hated Fergie but he shits all over the pair of them as a manager, Clough even more so

Eerie Descent 7:13 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
That was always my worry Miike, he'd been a great player, but some proper scouting was all that was needed to know he's declining badly. Now we're stuck with him.

Was speaking to 3 Man City fans at the weekend, all STH, all said they wished they kept Hart, fans love him, they reckon Guardiola got rid of him because he was too big an influence in the dressing room, and also that although Zabaleta is a legend, his legs have gone. None of them were big fans of the manager, just shows you!

Takashi Miike 7:02 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
haha, I like the bloke a lot but I'm not sure he can get through the 90 now. add that to Noble and some of our geriatric CBs and its a recipe for one thing. relegation

Knicker Wetter 7:00 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
dealcanvey you're the sort of fan that holds this Club back and accepts any shit the board throw at you

You must be so proud

Eerie Descent 6:55 Fri Sep 1
Re: Agitate, demonstrate, boycott- what's the best way to get rid of a football club board?
Just shows you Miike, you gave me an absolute roasting for saying Zabaleta was past it and it was a poor, short sighted signing, but I take no delight in calling that, it was just obvious. Football has moved on from slow, ageing fullbacks, and he cam only play in a back 4.

However, I disagree about Hart, he's better than Adrian, it's our defence/midfield that is pony.

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