WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
48%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



collyrob 8:17 Wed Dec 27
Virgil Van Dijk
75 million.

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Alex V 3:08 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
>>> They’re permanently in transition given that their best players and managers have been picked off every season (or sacked!)

Agree a little bit. It's a fact of life - a number of the players they've generated are too good to retain. But there's no alternative to that - should they produce worse players so they keep them more easily? Fact is they're currently the most consistent club outside the top 6, so their approach is working (so far).

One reason for that might be that transition is much more necessary imo in the modern game - clubs have to regenerate their squads every couple of seasons or risk getting stale. We're the best example of the other extreme, the 'stick with players regardless' model, and look at us!

Woodford Green 3:06 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Buster 10:49 Fri Dec 29

The majority of the league just bores me though. Maybe I need a season off.

Buster but if we go down it will be FINANCIAL ARMAGEDDON !

ITS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY.

Being in the Premier League is far more important than winning trophies or going into a league competition WE MIGHT ACTUALLY WIN.

Takashi Miike 1:15 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
I think the championship is as hard as its ever been to get out of and this current squad playing an extra 8 games won't fancy the usual norm of two games a week, they look offended at having to play once a week. I think we'll be down for a few seasons if we drop


well done you dwarf cunt 👏👏👏👏👏

Sven Roeder 1:11 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
I think only Burton, Brentford, Preston & Bristol City of the 24 haven’t been in the top division in the last 20 years or so and the season starts with virtually every team thinking they can get promoted.
Makes for a competitive interesting league & the playoff final is the most intense match Wembley sees all season.

Would rather we showed some competence from top to bottom and didn’t have to consider it as a destination
Wouldn’t bank on it under the current shower though

Mad Dog 1:09 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Dancer. Never mind Leeds forest and Wednesday.

I'm more worried about becoming a Coventry. They don't own a ground any more and it's played a huge role in fucking them right up

One McAvennieeeeee 12:54 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
"A hell of a lot less play acting "

Or just less reported.

Mr. Burns 12:44 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Proper grounds grumps? Some are but still lots of newly built ones as well. Still at least they are built for football. The Monopoly in the premier league is dull, the championship is dull. It's all fucking dull really.

Grumpster 12:32 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
I absolutely loved our season in the championship.

A hell of a lot less play acting and all of the grounds were proper football grounds.

Obviously the whole point is to play the big boys, but I've never really been a Premiership whore, as I find all of the bias towards the handful of clubs by both the media and officials a bit boring and it ruins a lot of games (those not including us).

Not exactly boring watching City and the scouse play at the moment though when they're on form.

Northern Sold 12:17 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
For me the EPL is far too much top heavy.... also would love to see BIG clubs like Leeds, Weds, Wolves, Forest, Villa, Boro etc in the mix.... Oh and Ipswich I like them in the mix... maybe just being picky but a fixture or an away game against one of them is far more mouth watering than some of the stuff currently in the EPL

Mex Martillo 12:12 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Obviously I prefer the premier league, but the championship is fine some good fixtures and a more open competition with very high chances of winning the league.

One McAvennieeeeee 11:35 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
I've always been angry and petty?

Sven Roeder 11:31 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
The Championship was being presented as playing Rotherham. Who are in League 1
Its not and half the teams in the Premier league are nothing special
That's all

You seem so angry and petty these days

One McAvennieeeeee 11:26 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
What has your perceived view of 'GLAMOUR' got to do with anything?

Fuck me, where's the glamour in playing Ipswich, Birmingham and the likes?

The Premier League is as exciting as it's ever been .You've tried to jump on Carraghers bandwagon and come up very short, just like your attempts at humour..................and yes, just like us in the ashes blah blah blah.

Sven Roeder 11:22 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Burnley, Watford, Huddersfield, Brighton, Stoke, Southampton, Palace, Bournemouth , West Brom, Swansea .... OH THE GLAMOUR OF THE WORLDS GREATEST LEAGUE

Are they any better than playing Wolves, Derby, Leeds, Boro, Forest, Ipswich, Sheff Wed, Norwich, Sunderland & Birmingham plus London derbies at QPR, Brentford, Fulham & MILLWALL.

Grumpster 10:55 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Celtic must be delighted with the fee too, the catholic cunts.

Lovren has been shite since going there, so no doubt we'll go for him when he reaches his 33rd birthday.

Coffee 10:51 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
You can't go back to the rough and tumble of yesteryear, even if today's top football is increasingly predictable.

Private Dancer 10:50 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Buster - Not really. I fucking hate the Championship to be honest. Only one place to play your football.

I don't believe you mean it anyway, as we ll know we could become another Leeds, Forest, Wednesday, etc if we went down, and I can't believe anyone would mind that.

Buster 10:49 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
I'm well up for Shrewsbury and Huddersfield as it goes.

The majority of the league just bores me though. Maybe I need a season off.

Coffee 10:48 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Such as the superstars of provincial Yorkshire?

Buster 10:46 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
There's more to life than the superstars of the Premier League, Dancer son.

Coffee 10:46 Fri Dec 29
Re: Virgil Van Dijk
Buster 10:41 Fri Dec 29

Smart arse. But it made me smile.

Anyone who says they wouldn't mind relegation and a season in the Championship with no guarantee to promotion needs their head examined.

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