WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



mulle91 12:55 Sun Feb 9
Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
His latest piece about GSB is excellent

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eusebiovic 12:39 Wed Feb 12
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Him and Henry Winter are a pair of shitcunts but if he can sniff out a story with legs here then I can look the other way...

Gary Strodders shank 2:09 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
I don’t like Holt as he is forever virtue signalling and has wrote a series of dubious columns about racism amongst England fans.
This from a man who is John Terry biographer.

Whatever happened to Rob Shepherd a man not adverse to holding his hands up in an Essex wine bar should the need arise.

Pickle Rick 1:45 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Surprised Holt is writing about us highlighting the inadequacy of the board as he was the one who wanted us relegated instead of Sheff Utd over Tevezgate.

eusebiovic 1:00 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
We are in the top 4 of biggest London Clubs - that is a big deal whatever anybody says in much the same way that Everton, Citeh, Liverpool and United are a huge deal in the north west.

We just don't have the sustained trophy success to show for it but the support has always been there but we've never had the right people in the boardroom to build upon it.

simon.s 11:50 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Quite an interesting chat on the radio with Danny Kelly last night who had some manc journo on. Kelly was basically saying we are quite a big deal down south, whereas the manc said nobody cares about us up north, as we never win anything and are basically a small club, and that the media obsession is only because so many people in the media down here support us.

southbankbornnbred 11:40 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Yeah, it's a bit like that. In the sense that there are certain parts of the media which would love nothing more than to screw over their rivals and grind them into oblivion. But only they could screw over their rivals etc.

Once the owners sent that letter, every sports desk in Britain thought "this creates news - fuck it, we're gunning for them too...we'll just do it better than that lot..."

Coffee 11:17 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Blood and water, that sort of thing?

Coffee 11:17 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Blood and water, that sort of thing?

southbankbornnbred 11:15 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
No coincidence, though, that there has been a succession of newspaper and broadcast pieces about the owners since their legal letter to Sky.

They've misjudged it.

The media are ferocious in competition with each other, but paradoxically they tend to rally round and attack critics. It's a weird, small and protective world. Good and bad.

Stevethehammer 11:10 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Peter J
When I said they haven't given the journalists anything new to print, I meant it as they can't always run with the same BS stories, how they are fans etc, saved us etc etc all the same cliches rolled out every year.

Helmut Shown 10:38 Tue Feb 11
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Why is anybody giving credence to this cunt? I remember his mealy mouthed comments during the "Tevezgate" scandal. He is a typical pro north shit journalist and his truths are based on hearsay. How could he know anything that is going on in tge game with his head wedged firmly up Sir Alex Ferguson's arsehole.

geoffpikey 7:06 Mon Feb 10
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Sold - the Steinberg piece in independent.ie is the same as in The Guardian. Syndicated/ licensed.

It remains a much better analysis than Holt's though, which is just sarcastic.

Mike Oxsaw 6:47 Mon Feb 10
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
The piece is no more childish than the boards decision to sue one of the MSM affiliates because an individual on it expressed a personal opinion they didn't like.

Had they countered that opinion in an adult & mature manner, what we have now would not be happening.

Northern Sold 3:54 Mon Feb 10
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Another mauling

https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/premier-league/hammers-fans-sold-a-dream-and-given-a-nightmare-38938516.html

eusebiovic 10:32 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Johnson 11:52 Sun Feb 9

The_Phantom 10:30 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Anything that slags off the owners is fine by me but I do agree with others comments that the piece comes across as childish in tone

ChesterRd 9:57 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
He's putting the boot into the owners, not the club or fans. Let's not cut off our nose to spite our face.

arsene york-hunt 9:05 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Along with the other cunt Winter, Holt is personna non grata for me. They were the main ones putting the boot in, and it comes as no surprise that he is putting the boot in now. I haven't and wouldn't read anything by that cunt.

Alfs 9:02 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
He's knocking down the owners, not West Ham.

1964 8:56 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Just another journalist knocking West Ham when their down.

BRANDED 8:44 Sun Feb 9
Re: Oliver Holt in Daily Mail
Well you'd know right? Didn't you run a PLC?

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