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%
  



Long Lost 1:24 Sat Mar 27
Former players
As you get older you probably shouldn’t still be hero worshiping people but I still get a real buzz out of seeing old players from my formative years just walking down the street. Just passed Tony Gale and I can’t stop smiling. Not sure I’d cope with seeing Billy Bonds. I’d probably need surgery to remove the grin.

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Alfs 9:44 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
I bumped into Trev, Keegan and Hoddle in Central London. I was too gobsmacked to speak to them.

Northern Sold 7:49 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
Met Galey a few times... great compere... also seen out and about in Billericay...lovely bloke

Manuel 12:05 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
LL - Fair dues.

Long Lost 11:40 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players

Manuel 11:24 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players

Yeah I realised that after I posted. I think my inner child was just starstruck and blurted it out.

Eastside surge 11:37 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
Saw Billy bonds while in blue water once , he was queuing up for a coffee which looking back I should have offered to pay for but what with coffee being the price it is these days and me being a tight arse I didn't.

Rio or Anton or Les 11:33 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
Met most of the Boys of 86 and all gents to a man.

Met Bonzo and Sir Trev separately and again top men.

In fact I haven't met any WHUFC player who isn't from that era. Perhaps thats a reflection of John Lyall and what he expected of his players.

Takashi Miike 11:27 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
met loads of them over the years (Alvin, a few times), but the only time I ever got nervous was meeting Billy at the fundraising event he did for Isla. still looked ready to play at 70

Manuel 11:24 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
Aren't you actually meant to ask the forum a question about their experiences after your little yarn?

When you went to the ticket office on a midweek daytime you would sometimes see players. ex-players/coaches etc at the club doing something. Remember meeting Martin Peters on a chilly Tuesday afternoon over there once. He was probably trying to flog some insurance.

BubblesCyprus 10:29 Sun Mar 28
Re: Former players
Accidentally bumped in to Sir Trev on a London shopping trip absolute Gent. Mrs BC was taking the mick for ages out of me that I was worse meeting him than she was meeting her teenage idol Donny Osmond !!

jakehammer 9:58 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
Bonzo is my alltime favourite Hammer and i dont know what i'd do if i ever met him. at 70 i'd probably have a bloody coronary with the surprise. he's a true Hammers hero and i'm certain that he'd run through walls for west ham.

arsene york-hunt 9:37 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
I can honestly sat that I have never net Tony Gale

zico 6:31 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
When we used to do the tournaments at Upton Park first year I was like a wide eyed kid when I first met Frank McAvennie who was my hero in the 80's, By the second and third year it was just like talking to a mate as he was just a nice, welcoming, genuine guy. Met Tony Gale and the ex Mrs loved him!

di_kezio 5:33 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
A couple of years ago I followed Billy Bonds around a dinosaur-themed mini-golf course in Kent. He kept us waiting at every single hole, for which I’ll never forgive him.

fraser 2:12 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
I've met Tony Gale quite a few times. Met a lot of the players back in the late nineties.. They were always in the gym at the rollerbowl.. Used to often be sat on the next set of apparatus.

ak37 1:32 Sat Mar 27
Re: Former players
I saw Tony Gale at Gatwick a couple of years ago. I said Morning Reggie.... he smiled politely. Made my day.





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