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
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
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%
  



Agent Scud 12:53 Sun Jun 16
Podcasts
I'm running out of podcasts to listen to whilst working and need a few recommendations. Almost up to date with Quickly Kevin (an excellent and very funny look back at 90's football).

Humorous sports-related ones would be good but anything vaguely amusing will be considered.

Cheers in advance YFC.

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Coffee 5:33 Sat May 8
Re: Podcasts
Jim C

Might give that a try.

Gangster is worth a listen if you like true crime.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09dj54n

Gangster is the extraordinary story of Paul Massey - labelled Salford's Mr Big. It charts his rise and inevitable fall from a young tearaway on the streets of Salford to the head of an organised crime group controlling drugs, security and nightclub doors in Manchester.

It’s a story told not only by some of those close to him – but uniquely by Massey himself – though excerpts from an interview most of which has never been broadcast before.

Presenter Livvy Haydock enters the secretive underworld to speak to hardened criminals who reveal how Massey climbed his way to the top through violence and extortion.

But Massey was unlike many other gangland bosses. He wasn’t just in it for the money, he also saw himself as a community leader. To many in his neighbourhood, he was seen as a Robin Hood figure – looking after their interests, promising to keep hard drugs off the streets and enforcing his own style of street justice.

Jim C 2:37 Sat May 8
Re: Podcasts
Been listening to All to Play for. I was very sceptical but Joe Cole and West Ham fan Tom Davies are brilliant. Listening back to past episodes they talk a lot of West Ham and have had Curbs, Scott Minto and Trevor Sinclair on.

There are some real laugh out loud moments and intresting stuff including England under Capello and football before social media and camera phones.

The only thing I don't like is that Davies proper sucks up to Cole and kisses the guests arses like nobody's business, calling them legends of the game the whole time. Most guests have brilliant stories and have achieved things, but are nowhere near legends.

Jim C 2:35 Sat May 8
Re: Podcasts
Been listening to All to Play for. I was very sceptical but Joe Cole and Wwst Ham fan Tom Davies are brilliant. Listening back to past episodes they talk a lot of West Ham and have had Curbs, Scott Minto and Trevor Sinclair on.

There are some real laugh out loud moments and intresting stuff including England under Capello and football before social media and camera phones.

The only thing I don't like is that they Davies proper socks up to Cole and kisses the guests arse like nobody's business calling them legends of the game the whole time. Most guests have brilliant stories and have achieved things, but are nowhere near legends.

Coffee 2:23 Thu May 6
Re: Podcasts
Sorry to bump this, but here's what's turning into a cracking podcast series.

It's about the North Korean cyber attack in 2014 on Sony pictures after they did a film imagining Kim Jong-un being assassinated. Virtual carnage follows.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w13xtvg9/episodes/player

Jasnik 6:28 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
what's a podcast!.

chim chim cha boo 5:49 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
'You Sir can FUCK OFF'

I'm loving Crime In Sports.

Queens Fish Bar 11:24 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
my dad wrote a porno

Fivetide 10:02 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
How is it that you have come to arrive here? Eh?

El Scorchio 9:37 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Probably not a smart thing for the BBC employee Gary Linekar to be doing, I imagine.

only1billybonds 9:02 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Noticed Baker & Linekar havn't done any since Baker was sacked by the BBC. Anyone got any clues?

chim chim cha boo 4:47 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Easily done.

Alfie 4:46 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
I wasnt addressing you chim sir.
I was addressing a chinese goose

chim chim cha boo 4:44 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
I say, that's a bit rum Alfie old chum.

Alfie 4:39 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Pisscast. Me doing a fucking wee wee in your face. Get on that. Cunt

Alfie 4:38 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Podcasts? Modernist bollocks. How about you cast an eye on my fucking cock and balls and fostcast forecast that you cunts. Are you men or women?? Fucking podcasts. Up your cunt biff

chim chim cha boo 4:34 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Cheers Miike, will do.

It seems that the less you know ( or they know) about a sport, the funnier it is!

Takashi Miike 1:32 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
chim, american football probably isn't your thing but listen to the dexter manley episode. he's one of the reasons I followed the redskins and it's very funny

chim chim cha boo 1:28 Fri Jun 21
Re: Podcasts
Just listened to the Crimes And Sport episode on the scumbag Nile Ranger.

Funny as fuck.

East Auckland Hammer 3:43 Thu Jun 20
Re: Podcasts
Ron Buuuuuurgundy.

chim chim cha boo 3:06 Thu Jun 20
Re: Podcasts
This is a great thread, so thanks to anyone who contributed. I didn't even think I liked podcasts until now.

Crime and sport is brilliant and the thing about Richard Pryor was great to the point where I had to watch 'I am Richard Pryor'. Miiake comes up trump's again!

Sometimes I think about it and don't want to kill everyone on it and set a fire in the server.

Cheers, cunts. Now I have to keep clicking on WHO from time to time in case I find a diamond in the general dog shit

Haz 8:46 Wed Jun 19
Re: Podcasts
13 Minutes to the Moon. Superb,

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