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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
31%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
52%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
16%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
2%
  



cuzoftheeast 10:48 Tue Mar 6
A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
No one can be held responsible and it is simple but visually effective

After the first "bubbles" - just turn and point at the board

It would be extremely effective and no commies in sight

Can we just unite for something like this?

Stupid I know but what the hell

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collyrob 3:53 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
EVERYONE ON THE FUCKING PITCH

Lily Hammer 3:36 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
ornchurch ammer 2:00 Wed Mar 7

If that were to be done it would be good, but I feel it would be better to give Moore his full minute's applause and then march out as soon as it's over. If the applause was official and done just before kick off, it would be all the more powerful. When the ref blows to say the minute is up, EXODUS.



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ornchurch ammer 2:13 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
They might need a bit longer on the concourse to recover!!!

Grumpster 2:05 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Bet the people in row 72 would love that Ornchucrch!!! ;o)

ornchurch ammer 2:00 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
The simple protest for Saturday should be based on the clubs idea to honour Bobby Moore.

I suspect that there will be a plan to hold a minutes applause in the 6th minute. Well rather than stand and applause walk out while applauding and stand in the concourse. Will only need the crowd absent for a few minutes to make a point before going back in and watching the game as normal.

Lily Hammer 1:57 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
For even the most innocnet demos, I advise annonymity, as much as possible, in the stadium I mean, because I feel they will try to ban you for the lttlest things if it were having any kind of result. Remember, one of teh reasons they ban is for anti-social behaviour that spoils other people's enjoyment. Interpretation of that is wider open than a porn starts legs.

Hoods, scarfs over your face, (try to make it stylish, please).

Leave your ID at home, don't say a word if they ask you who you are and try to slip your entry card to a friend if you're getting gip.

And generally so on. Ban avoidance is importance if you want to maintain action over the long haul. Better in that out, if you want to make a show. Caching the TV cameras eye is so important.

Grumpster 1:47 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Not sure about a simple protest, can someone not just set fire to the ground and be done with it?

Obviously when there's no supporters in it!!

Huffers 1:42 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
OM you must completely be misunderstanding the point of the team. I just want to play football and if it helps raise money, then great.

I however would always be at West Ham over one of the BU games and that is exactly why I never play Sunday League (as it clashes with West Ham) and ironically is the reason I will play for BU as it’ll never clash with West Ham. I don’t think there’s any attention seekers in the team at all. We just want to play football and help raise money for a different charity each game I believe.

Fo the Communist 1:34 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Like-minded marchers meet at the Boleyn for a few and walk as a group to the match and see what number join up along the way?

hammers4evr 1:23 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Pitch invasion, imagine a few thousand fans on the pitch

One McAvennieeeeee 11:34 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
"There is a small team calls Boleyn United. If they arranged a fixture at the same time as one of our home games all those wanting tomorotestbthe board could turn up and watch park football instead. "

Don't give that lot anymore fucking attention.

WHU(Exeter) 11:27 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Pee Wee

Pub Bigot suggested something similar on another thread.

I think it's a great idea - nothing along the lines of an AFC West Ham type thing, just a one off (or could be used again) as opposed to a March.

At a push the authorities could maybe try to control crowds attending, but they have nowhere near the amount of control over people turning up to watch a game of football in a couple thousand figures, than they do preventing a March.

And I agree, the media would be all over it, as much as any other kind of protest.

Sir Alf 10:56 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
A good old fashioned rendition of "you don't know what you're doing" all around the ground? However, I expect when Burnley go ahead there will just be a few isolated "sack the board" chants .

Pee Wee 9:28 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
There is a small team calls Boleyn United. If they arranged a fixture at the same time as one of our home games all those wanting tomorotestbthe board could turn up and watch park football instead.

You must have seen the viral videos of teams ultra fans turning up at a youth game. We could create the best atmosphere at a park game ever. Break the world record for a non league games attendance.

Coverage would be huge which would hurt Sullivan and Golds ego which means so. I have to them.

martyboy 7:32 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Leave it 15 minutes before you take your seat. Just have another beer.

chav_corner 1:44 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
My friends and I will be marching .That is all.

Gavros 1:27 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Trojan dildo. everyone inside dressed as a sperm.

13 Brentford Rd 1:23 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
"Now we could do it with conventional weapons, but that could take years and cost millions of lives. No, I think we have to go all out. I think that this situation absolutely requires a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody's part!

Gavros 1:20 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
throw dildos on the pitch.

irons1979 1:15 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Someone design some A4 sized fake £50 notes with Tits McGee in place of the queen and get 50,000 printed. We can then wave them then make paper planes with them. If anyone gets their plane on the pitch then they get a free dildo from Sullivan.

WHU(Exeter) 1:11 Wed Mar 7
Re: A simple protest suggestion for Saturday
Zico, it's not, because as per what another poster mentioned on another thread, most of the money now comes from TV revenue.

Personally think that the best way of getting at them is damage to their inflated egos - Sullivan said that he walked away from BCFC because of all the grief (although given the constant bullshit that he can't help uttering, that in itself is probably a lie)

Showing them up for what they are won't be too hard of a problem, because time and time again, they don't need any help whatsoever showing themselves up without a hand from anyone else.

The media in the last few weeks might have taken a few wrong angles on what the march was all about, but get a sense that despite their rentagob connections with the press and wider media, the tide is (at long last) slowly turning and waking up to what they are and always have been - hypocritical charlatans.

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