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TonkaToy 10:59 Thu Dec 5
The gift that keeps on giving
Okay, so we have seen that the gooners are shite.
How are we going to conspire to throw it away on Monday?

I'm going for a silly sending off. And a last minute Dead ball Fuck-up...

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jimbo2. 11:54 Mon Dec 9
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
We certainly did give it away once again! Arsenal were there for the taking & were awful for a whole hour, yet we still manage to lose 3-1???

TonkaToy 11:43 Mon Dec 9
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
I forgot the bloody obvious...
By being the Worst West Ham team in living memory.

At least we can't be 'To good to go down' this season.

bruuuno 10:50 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Someone important will get injured after half an hour, after that it will quickly fall apart

Sir Alf 2:19 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Lump on an Arsenal win. As mentioned, it may be enough to see him sacked because a downward spiral of 9 defeats from 10 or 11 games is relegation form.

Trouble is Sullivan will always have unconscious bias to any scenario that avoids paying compensation and sacking another manager.. The Chelsea result ( freak result ) and Sullivan seeing we are 13th means in his miond nothing to get too worried about. Its only when we drop into the bottom 3 he might do something.

I have though all along it will be Xmas but one positive result means it might not be until Feb.

Sullivan is reactive not proactive because quite simp[ly he does not have a clue about football. So much so that he thinks he is an expert himself on picking players.

West Ham 2 - Arsenal 3

I think this is the 40 45th season out of 55 where we have struggled or flirted with relegation.

Under G & S we have been in relegation struggles or been relegated 6 or 7 times out of 10?

Thames Ironworks 1:54 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Ljungberg will be seen as the messiah after playing us. We make opposition managers and teams look like top draw quality.

southbankbornnbred 1:45 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Russ,

[Taps nose]

nychammer 1:37 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Losing to us would be the worst run in their history, but has bad as they are, I think we are far worse. Can see them running rings around our immobile midfield and winning this one at a canter. Especially if our maestro Antonio isn’t back. At least it would ensure the end of pellegrini.

Russ of the BML 1:13 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
southbankbornnbred 12:27 Fri Dec 6

I am not sure if you are being sarcastic or not?

BigLump 12:50 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
I am sure that there are a few who remember the game at Highbury against the Arse back in about 2003 - with Mike Dean as ref.

I am still pinching myself trying to work how this bloke isnt behind bars....

Nailed on dodgy pen/sending off/VAR - take your pick

southbankbornnbred 12:37 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
[Wraps spare microdot in cellophane and puts in back pocket, marked "Monday night"]

goose 12:33 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
nice.


maybe hold some back for the Arsenal game, you've got high expectations for that one.

southbankbornnbred 12:32 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Goose - nah, just got tired of the same old shit, mistook it for 1989, and dropped some acid.

goose 12:30 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
south bank are you ok??

did you miss some meds this morning?

southbankbornnbred 12:27 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
I'm straight onto the worst 0-0 draw you've ever seen on Monday night.

Arsenal will play sideways towards an empty management dug-out, we will play backwards towards our own goal housed what seems like 5,000 miles from our nearest fan.

Haller will spend the first 45 minutes with his hands on his hips talking on a mobile phone to a laughing Arsene Wenger. He will break into a trot twice: once in order to leave the pitch at half-time, and later to leave the pitch for good. Antonio will run past Haller on several occasions hopping on one leg due to his latest injury. According to the deluded elements of our fanbase, Haller will later be seen sprinting faster than Bolt around the athletics track outside the ground because "he's actually a great, humble player and hard worker who has already fallen out of love with West Ham". He will go on to become the Olympic steeplechase champion, showing a top-speed and work rate previously untapped by several major football clubs.

David Martin will keep a clean sheet, but Pellegrini will still doubt him and will, with ten minutes left, replace him with a crazed Spaniard who will needlessly come off his line to try to catch balls in Arsenal's penalty area.

Freddie Ljungberg will die his mohican red, white and blue in honour of the Brexit he believes Boris will deliver after the vote next week. At some point during the 90 minutes, he will also recall that he actually spent some time at West Ham - and that the team he is managing against is actually that very same club now disguised as a Premier League football team operating at "the next level". He will assume it is a dream and he will wake up on Monday morning as the reserve team manager at Arsenal, operating under Marco Silva.

You watch. All this will happen. 0-0.

joyo 12:23 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Vexed 1.07.... Ag Ag Ag lol

goose 12:22 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
i've seen everton twice this season.
vs us
vs leicester

thought they looked ok both times!

New Jersey 12:13 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Everton where on a shit run until we 'turned up' beat us easily then went back on their shit run. Newcastle were struggling, gave us a good hiding and look decent now, Burnley were struggling until we let them get their confidence back and the Yids hadn't won away since January until they rocked up at the running track! Need to lump on an Arsenal win to get back my losses from Garlics share tip!

Manuel 11:42 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
It's more realistic than predicting that we were gonna smash Newcastle.

Russ of the BML 11:19 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
They will rip us to fucking shreds. I tell you now. This is West Ham we are talking about. We could make the Keystone Cops look like Brazil 70. I think this could be MP's last match.

Sorry for being negative and all that but Arsenal are in such disarray at the moment that we are their tonic. West Ham are always a manager / teams dream match for when they under the cosh.

The next day the papers will be shouting Ljungberg as the new Messiah and we will all be sitting here pissing and moaning like we have been for about 2 months now.

Is that too negative? Or is it just realistic?

Grumpster 7:23 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Quite mad how shit they have become in such a short space of time considering they have such quality strikers, though they do seem to just continue to sign such average pap to play with them.

Luiz is as bad a defender as you'll find and Ozil has always been overrated.

Still, hard to take the piss too much when we always make the same mistakes.

Alfs 3:44 Fri Dec 6
Re: The gift that keeps on giving
Antonio should be back. He'll batter that defence.

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