WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 Wolves (a)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, win
16%
  
b.Wolves will be tougher than the rent boys but I think we can grind it out, draw
26%
  
c. We rarely follow up a win with anything and Wednesday will be no different, lose
36%
  
d.The poll's back and everything is rosy, I've missed you old friend
8%
  
e. Well how's your luck this one is on Amazon Prime and I subscribe along with SKY, BT & Netflix I've got all bases covered, it may be cheaper to buy a ST but then I'd have to get out of the armchair, WHU through & through me
14%
  



Coffee 9:41 Sat Apr 27
Saturday football
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs WEST HAM UNITED (1230 ko)
Today’s biggie. “We've got one mentality,” says Manuel Pellegrini. “To try and win." If he can send his team out with that mindset, really with it, nobody will complain. We have the players to give anyone a game on more-or-less equal terms. Back in the real world, Spurs will have half an eye on Tuesday’s demanding Champions League fixture against Ajax, but that should not stop them from aiming for qualification again next year through the Premier League. Our fans will be in full voice – but beware the sound of the snake, for microphones and cameras abound – and who knows, an early goal, the first to be scored by a visiting side at this new ground, could set things up for a surprise. Away win. Maybe.

CRYSTAL PALACE vs EVERTON
After a decidedly dodgy start to the season, Palace have done well to secure survival at this stage. Fresh from their mutilation of Man U, Everton have the wind in their sails and their eyes fixed on seventh spot. Could be a feisty one. Away win.

FULHAM vs CARDIFF CITY
There’s a good chance of seeing seagulls flying over Craven Cottage today. It’s a must-win for Cardiff and even victory won’t guarantee them safety. Free from expectations, Fulham will offer stiff competition. More energy than skill likely to be on show here. Draw.

SOUTHAMPTON vs BOURNEMOUTH
Happily for the Saints, this game has little meaning. Southampton are (virtually) assured of safety and a win will all but mathematically seal survival. Both sides playing for pride, both managers will expect full commitment. Draw.

WATFORD vs WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS
The battle for seventh, subject to Everton’s intervention. Probably THE two surprise teams of this season’s Premier League. Draw.

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (1730 ko)
Well now, will the Seagulls go into this above Cardiff on goal difference only? Or will they still have a points cushion? Either way, they should still be crapping it big time unless they can pull their finger out and play as they did earlier in the season. Newcastle have no relegation worries thanks to some good recent results. Should be interesting. Draw.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

twoleftfeet 1:06 Mon Apr 29
Re: Saturday football
We should have beaten though apart from a shit linesman.

happygilmore 12:54 Mon Apr 29
Re: Saturday football

Watching motd
Rodgers has Leicester playing nice football

terry-h 8:35 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Surely the play off final we don't want is Villa v Derby, with Terry and Lampard on opposite sides.
So let's have WBA v DIRTY Leeds, with the BAGGIES scoring the winner in the 124th minute after et.

gph 8:11 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Bielsa doesn't belong at Leeds.

They still love Revie, and hate anything that looks like playing fair.

Sven Roeder 8:04 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Missed that one as well

Sven Roeder 8:01 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Another reason for VAR
Referees seem unable to see some offences right in front of them depending on the shirt
Harder to cheat when someone looks at that as it would take 2 secs to call it red

Far Cough 8:01 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
I think refs are still unaware that old Whisky breath is not in charge anymore it's just some pasty faced Scandinavian in charge now

El Scorchio 7:57 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Rojo keeps getting away with stuff like that. Utterly ridiculous. I’ve seen a few from him unpunished.

Clear red, especially if he’s not in a Man U shirt.

Sven Roeder 7:53 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Dreadful from Rojo
Dreadful from the clown Martin Atkinson
Obvious straight red bottled

Sven Roeder 7:36 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
He is making basic keeping errors which are down to concentration.
Has mentally checked out as he has had enough of the shit Man Utd

Don’t imagine G Neville will mention that reason

El Scorchio 7:22 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
The excuses Neville is making are a bit embarrassing.

‘He’s had to play with different defenders.’

So have almost all goalkeepers in the last few seasons. Some many more than De Gea.

happygilmore 7:05 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
DeGea has turned to shit

Apart from the world class save he made against us

Sven Roeder 7:00 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
DeGea
Think he has his gloves on the wrong hands
1-1

Leonard Hatred 6:38 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
FC

FMOB

Sven Roeder 6:30 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Leeds v Villa again would be a good playoff final
Sounds like today was a good warm up

1964 6:28 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Manure 1 up

Iron Duke 6:23 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
That was bizarre. They were still arguing at the end.

Far Cough 6:19 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Should be John Terry v Fat Frank

Sven Roeder 6:18 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Playoffs currently
Leeds v Derby
Villa v WBA
That should be a great shootout

Mad Dog 6:10 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
Nice to see Leeds are still a bunch of cunts

Far Cough 6:09 Sun Apr 28
Re: Saturday football
If Leeds come up, this is what to expect from those cunts

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