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%
  



jack flash 10:29 Fri Jul 27
Pelligrini backing Noble
I saw an article on NewsNow saying that Pelligrini was backing Noble which appeared to upset a lot of our fans

I have every faith in Pelligrini & trust his judgement, but what do you change think?

Personally, I've seen him putting in some dire performances in the past & seen him frustratingly playing the ball backwards from good attacking positions

He is slow & it looks like his legs went a season or so ago but apparently he is a good captain, club man & West Ham through & through. Maybe not the answer to our midfield weakness

But that said, I thought he looked good against Villa with pacey players around him, & he put in some great passes, his years of experience knowing how to hurt the opposition

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moorethanjustananon 2:26 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Kronic you’re clearly a bit rattled by my point of view. As I’ve said it’s just my opinion based on what I saw on the day and the difference in behaviour of the two individuals - fair enough if you don’t agree.

As far as Noble goes, he’s been a fantastic servant to the club and is a top pro even if not blessed with pace and world class ability.

Lily Hammer 2:23 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
The first young lad who got on the pitch was not attention seeking in a personal sense, and was not trying to impress the emoji generation, he was a passionate young Hammer trying to seek attention for the protest.

He and Noble did nothing that should have them condemned for.

The Kronic 2:13 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Takashi Miike 2:08

HAMMERAMA 2:09 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
I am not his biggest fan as a footballer,like many on here I think he slows the game up not seen him make a killer first touch pass but his leadership credentials are second to none.Yes he gives everything every time he plays and yes he is a good link up player.I feel in our present squad you won't see him playing to many 90 minute games.
I still think he is one of our West Ham hero's though ,one of the most memorable afternoons was his testimonal,30,000 plus people rammed into Upton Park and if we did it in the London stadium there would be many more.Thats how high esteem the normal West Ham fan regards him

Willtell 2:09 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Speaking of which - here's Kronic...

Takashi Miike 2:08 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
no, nothing to do with instagram, all to do with scumbag bully cunts hitting their owm

The Kronic 2:05 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
You admit you don't know his motives and then repeat the same bollocks. And 'period'? CUNT!

moorethanjustananon 1:39 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
No one should be hitting anyone at a football match period. Least of all a fellow hammer.

But there’s a reason the lad Noble confronted got a wallop from a few in the stand and the guy with the flag (as far as I know) didn’t.

The reason is the guy with the flag wasn’t some attention seeking little knob doing it for the Instagram likes and the story to tell all his pals.

Pagey 1:18 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
I like Noble and think he will play a big part this season, but he was definitely giving it the ‘Mr West Ham’ when he confronted the fan on the pitch.

fraser 1:16 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
* Protesting

fraser 1:14 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
I like Noble, want him in the team still.

I think he handled the pitch invasion badly though. I also think anyone hitting one of our own for protection g is a cunt anyone condoning it is also a cunt.

Willtell 1:02 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Fancy applying logic to an emotional problem like Noble ioc!!

ironsofcanada 12:54 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
So basically those who liked Noble before see his side of the pitch invasion and those who have posted for many years about how bad he is, condemn him for it.

What a surprising development.

But once again the manager will decide if he has a part to play, like they have for over a decade. And like many of the the other years, the result seems to upset some people.

moorethanjustananon 12:04 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Kronic - I don’t, you’re right, I’m just giving my opinion on what I saw on the day.

You don’t know his motives either so it’s not really a counter argument.

moorethanjustananon 12:03 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
He didn’t punch anyone though did he? If you watch the video Noble turns to confront the bloke and is half way to the ground by the time he comes into contact with the geezer.

The Kronic 12:03 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
How the fuck do you know his motives?

martyboy 11:59 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Got to agree with the last 2 posts, we would still be "Buying" loans, and free bees if those blokes had not gone on the pitch!! As for think its ok to punch your own fans?? Have a word with your self mate!!!

moorethanjustananon 11:59 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Do me a favour Kronic, you could clearly see the lad was giving it the old ‘look at me, look at me’ he wasn’t trying to make some noble point (pardon the pun!) more taking advantage of the situation to look nails in front of his mates.

As for the protests putting the shits up the board I guess we’ll never know having not been privy to conversations behind closed doors but if reports are to be believe Pellegrini was approached long before the Burnley game.

The club is also financially in the best shape it’s been by far and had also made a profit in player sales in January, so that’s an alternative possibility.

Alex Bunbury 11:58 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
Sven Roeder 11:28 Sat Jul 28

Agree entirely and the players were left completely exposed because of lack of action by the stewards.

Takashi Miike 11:52 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
the fans who came in to contact with the lad are cunts, bully cunts

The Kronic 11:50 Sat Jul 28
Re: Pelligrini backing Noble
If it weren't for 'tools' like him, I've no doubt the owners would have carried on taking the piss. They shit themselves and now we're all reaping the benefits as a direct result from those protests.

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