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Q: 2017/18 The RealWestHamFans March on March 10th
a. I'll be there, it's time for action now enough is enough
52%
  
b. Not for me, I'll see you all at the Stadium
15%
  
c. A bit difficult for me as I'll be on my stream with a cup of rosie
24%
  
d. What march
8%
  



Sydney_Iron 7:38 Fri Feb 9
GTHC Predicts, Watford at home
Well fuck it, hes only gone and put the curse on!

Watford had a great win over Chelsea on Monday night - no-one saw that coming.

The Hornets are still a team that you worry a little bit about, though, because they could easily go a few games without another victory.

West Ham are still in trouble too, although Marko Arnautovic could be back from injury for this game and Patrice Evra is available to make his debut after signing earlier in the week.

A win would be huge for either team, and the same goes for every team down there, because not all of the teams below them will pick up points this weekend.

Lawro's prediction: 1-0


Im fucked if i can see us win this TBH, as much as my heart wants it the club is just a mess with injury's and all the off field cuntiness? We do have our new star signing though...Super Pat!! As much as i thought he was bit of a cunt at ManU, hes know a hammer and a decent fella in my "fickle" book.

Another 1-1 COYI

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Grumpster 10:20 Fri Feb 9
Re: GTHC Predicts, Watford at home
Depends how many defenders the jock cunt puts on the pitch and how many are out of position.

Need to attack shite like this and take the game too them, so hopefully Arnie is fit.

Similar team to last Saturday and I'd be worried.

Mike Oxsaw 10:19 Fri Feb 9
Re: GTHC Predicts, Watford at home
I don't think West Ham will score first, if that means anything...

Ronald_antly 10:19 Fri Feb 9
Re: GTHC Predicts, Watford at home
If Arnautovic plays, then I'm giving us a chance in this game.

Danbury Hammer 10:17 Fri Feb 9
Re: GTHC Predicts, Watford at home
The final score will be 2-1.

I'm just not sure, who too.





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