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Coffee 12:10 Tue Apr 10
How does a win or defeat affect you?
Do you get in a bad mood when we lose? How long for?

How long does the good feeling of a win last?

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Fifth Column 6:55 Wed Apr 18
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
If I'm at the match then for the rest of the day and sometimes over the next day or two I can be in a bad mood, especially at the shit hole stadium we're at now as it's not even enjoyable anymore if we lose. Before if we lost at least I'd had a laugh in the process.

If I don't go to the match I just don't think about the result to be honest.

Alwaysaniron 1:36 Wed Apr 18
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
I fucking hate losing... I don't get grumpy at home but usually at work where some wise arsed Y word or a Plastic has something ironic to say...

(I'll get cunted off for this though)... I always back against us, I can't back us to win EVER... leaving the ground early on a night game (I have to leave early to get the train home as I live down the south coast). I heard fucking Stoke score and was so pissed off. I cashed out though (cheeky 50 notes) and then by the time I got to the Stratford tube we'd equalised so felt alot better.....

Jasnik 12:08 Wed Apr 18
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Win last about a day , a defeat last a week.

With West Ham I have been depressed for a long time .

But at least I know why.

SDKFZ 222 7:50 Tue Apr 17
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Keddy, if and when both Stoke and Southampton get relegated, I’ll be laughing as fans on both sites (Oatcake and Saintsweb) have commented recently that they hate our team and supporters the most out of all those in the Premier League 🤷🏼‍♂️💁🏼‍♂️

Oh well, what a shame, never mind 😂

keddy 7:16 Tue Apr 17
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
SEKFZ. In Stoke you are forced to make your own entertainment after Pullis, Hughes and now Lambert, Oatcake is a no frills site for the desperate, hardbitten and fatalistic. Most of them seem to have built up an immunity to all the setbacks and are cackling as they go under.

SDKFZ 222 6:44 Tue Apr 17
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Just visited the Oatcake and loved this comment:

“Through some act of moronism Hart spilled a routine catch/pushaway and we had more than enough defenders on the pitch to see it out.”


‘Moronism’, brilliant, and he’s not wrong!

keddy 3:49 Tue Apr 17
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
This is from The Oatcake Stoke website. Made me chuckle

On my way to buy a new TV. I'm afraid I threw my bottle of Becks at the screen. Missus not talking to me and will be £500 lighter, which I cannot afford.

Read more: http://oatcakefanzine.proboards.com/thread/278615/devastating#ixzz5CvzVhJXG

Dr Moose 1:18 Mon Apr 16
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
I don't let football rule my mood, we lose we lose, nothing I can do about it and having a strop about it ain't going to change anything.

SDKFZ 222 12:00 Mon Apr 16
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
As Keddy said, but any defeat by Tottenham (the last minute winner by Bale, match, in particular) and the 2-4 home defeat by Reading, had me furious for days.

In terms of affecting me, the Reading one in particular, especially the gloating by their fans and over the top cockiness of their players, was the worst defeat for me in recent memory.

yngwies Cat 10:37 Mon Apr 16
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
It decides wherever I can be arsed to watch match of the day or not.

keddy 9:01 Sat Apr 14
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
I think it depends on many factors. How you're feeling at the time. the club we're playing, level of hope or expectation the level of effort put in, etc.As many have said, any defeat by Tottenham is pretty bad. A couple of last minute defeats and FA cup exit were hard to swallow. I"m usually over the thing in a day or two, looking forward to the next game, rinse and repeat. However, the home defeat against Brighton, abysmal as it was, was totally offset by being my first home game at the new stadium. I was totally amazed that we were actually playing in this huge place with a huge crowd. Singing Bubbles at the beginning sort of eclipsed the half hearted effort on the pitch. Some defeats are so awful that they have become legendary. The 1-0 defeat to Stoke at home in the Fizzy League, for example, . i didn't go to that, but I kind of wish I had. It sounded so bad that it has become legendary. Maybe the very worst game that anyone ever saw at the Boleyn

selecta 11:37 Fri Apr 13
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
As with any of the older fans, you get it all drained out of you as you get older.
It’s West Ham....numb!

Lertie Button 9:30 Fri Apr 13
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Fucking hate West ham when we lose and fucking hate the cunts on here who justify failure by simpering on about the West Ham way.

simon.s 12:55 Fri Apr 13
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
I remember the last time I got really pisssed off was after the spurs game (Tevez’s first goal) which we obviously went on to lose, but this was in part down to my feet killing me.

I went back to the vic after the game, but the new trainers I was wearing were too small, thanks to the idiots sending the wrong size, so on arriving back home, I took the fucking things off once I got off the tube, and flung each trainer as far as I could in opposite directions, whilst swearing at the cunting things. I arrived home shoeless, and pissed. My bird wasn’t too pieased. She did go back over the station looking for them in the morning and came back with one, bless her.

happygilmore 12:01 Fri Apr 13
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
2 seconds

Gentile 11:52 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Since we moved grounds it feels like a different club and losing no longer ruins my weekend.

Helmut Shown 8:17 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Its normally the manner of the defeat that gets me e.g. When that cunt Mike Dean sent off Feghouli when he should have sent off that oaf Jones from Manchester United. Bobby Madley giving Bournemouth the draw with his corrupt decision to overule the linesman. Gutless displays where we concede a goal on the half hour and then capitulate. Also any game lost to the 4B2s especially when the retard scores.

only1billybonds 7:46 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
Dosn't really bothet me what happens on the oitch,after 54 years i think i'm imune to both elation and despair. But what has happened to the club generally in the last few years breaks my fucking heart.

Yarmouth 7:39 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
It used to piss me off quite badly, but I think it has a lot to do with the company you're in. When younger and hanging out with the lads all the time, your team was the butt of somebody else's jokes and piss taking most weeks, and as we were/are mostly crap I was having it taken every week. But as you get older and you don't hang around with the lads so much it wears off.

Still pisses me off inside though, more so when the team/management board seem as if they're doing fuck all to prevent it.

Still have fantastic memories of the cup run through to winning at Wembley in '80 though.

Fuck 'em - COYFI's

factory seconds 3:49 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
anyone properly stopped giving a toss then come back into the fold?

can't say i miss having my weekend ruined but miss that buzz when we score. feels about equivalent to winning £2 on a £1 scratchcard as is.

Northern Sold 3:21 Thu Apr 12
Re: How does a win or defeat affect you?
SE5... Ha Ha Ha... I can still see the shocked faces in the North Bank... I think he scored 2 in the last 2 mins... both from corners... pretty sure Gary Pallister flicked one on... I think it was the realisation of no matter what we did that year we was getting relegated...

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