WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:11 Sun Mar 11
A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
Some nasty scenes yesterday but all too predictable and whilst I don’t condone it all I can see the impact it has had as it is a media feeding frenzy topic now.

It shines a light on the board but with Karen Brady being a media darling the narrative will always be one of thug West Ham fans doing what they always do. I also don’t believe the board care what we think. They have their made up endless waiting list for season tickets and the majority of their money comes from the TV companies.

Monday 16th April - 8pm - Stoke City - live on the TV

I will not be taking my seat until 6mins after the whistle blows. If everyone did the same an entirely empty stadium live on the telly for kick off for a premier league game would show the TV companies, the board and the media what a soulless bowl this stadium really is.

Peaceful, no pitch invasions and highly impactful. WHO’s in?

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cartis 11:04 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
Anything to keep these Cunts in the media spotlight.
Kamara explaining the fans fustrations very very well on Sky just now.

Moore than enough!!! 11:04 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
A sit in at the end of a televised game would make a scene for them, especially if everyone moves round to one stand.

If not, you don't need permission to March inside the ground - everyone form up outside the club shop. No paperwork, no permission, no bullshit membership fees.

Social media has already proven you can drum up support and then rely on word of mouth without needing stickers, badges or lumps of wood with badges burned onto them.

You've already paid your ticket fee - you don't need any extra costs to hang about and make a bit of noise.

I remember being dragged into the protest outside the main entrance during the Brown Out era and that attracted a fair crowd just as a flash mob.

So long as it's peaceful there wouldn't be a lot they could do about it either.

Westham67 10:53 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
89 minutes would send a message

Pee Wee 10:45 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
6 mins in honour of Matthew Upson?

Vexed 10:44 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
"would show the TV companies, the board and the media what a soulless bowl this stadium really is. "

And this would benefit us how? The time to do all this shit was before they moved surely?

Buster 10:38 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
My seats will be empty all game, let alone for the first six minutes.

Vexed 10:38 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
Face it, we're going to be in the championship next season at this rate. Nobody is going to pay to watch championship football in that stadium. The fans might as well continue costing us points like the thick stereotypical boneheads they are.

Northern Sold 10:36 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
Won't work... Fans are divided as seen by the pitch invaders getting a kicking when they got back to their seats....poor ol Jesus sacrificed himself again sing fucking hosanah indeed

PwoperNaughtyButNot 10:32 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
I won’t be next season. I just can’t justify paying for such a miserable experience.

Johnson 10:29 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
You wouldn’t notice the difference, there empty seats clearly visibly round the stadium ALWAYS.

Just don’t go.

di_kezio 10:28 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
What about 8 minutes?

Tomshardware 10:27 Sun Mar 11
Re: A Different Type of Protest - A Bigger Impact
Why not just not go at all. An empty stadium would make more headlines.





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