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
25%
  
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
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
37%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
24%
  



Coffee 2:13 Mon Nov 15
Cryptic Irons
Late copper's no less a hero

Chaucer meets a big fish

Ferdinand’s Hammer and Pickle relation

Calendar of many members

I play the number one

The aristocracy of old money? Jawohl!

The goat sticks

Ken Russell and The WHO have a knack for creating well-cut clothes

North of the border, m’lady

A most excellent Scottish river

Paper thanks between the English and Bristol Channels

The privy’s father beats beneath the ribs

The jackal that's worth at least three points

You’ll find James next door

Och aye, you can genuflect while rowing

A grimly distinctive feature

Not glossy, but in a hurry

The ghost of Woss

The toy that's a beam of sunlight

Welsh saint’s burden

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:36 Tue Nov 16
Re: Cryptic Irons
The ghost of Woss

Jonathan Spector

Coffee 3:34 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Yes to Dicks, but not to Raduciou.


I play the number one - Ludo Miklosko

The aristocracy of old money? Jawohl! - Mark Noble

Ferdinand’s Hammer and Pickle relation - Anton Otulakowski

Far Cough 2:48 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Calendar of many members


Julian Dicks?

LeroysBoots 2:44 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons

The aristocracy of old money? Jawohl

Florin Raduciou ?

Coffee 2:43 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Nice one, Duke.

Ferdinand’s Hammer and Pickle relation

Calendar of many members

I play the number one

The aristocracy of old money? Jawohl!

Iron Duke 2:41 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
A grimly distinctive feature

Marc Rieper 🙂

Coffee 2:41 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Ferdinand’s Hammer and Pickle relation

Calendar of many members

I play the number one

The aristocracy of old money? Jawohl!

Paper thanks between the English and Bristol Channels

A grimly distinctive feature

LeroysBoots 2:39 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Paper thanks between the English and Bristol Channels


Alan Devonshire

Coffee 2:38 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Good work, Leroys!

LeroysBoots 2:37 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
The privy’s father beats beneath the ribs

John Hartson ?

Coffee 2:34 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Iron Duke 2:32 Mon Nov 15

At last someone's got one wrong!

(But you're on the right track.)

Kaiser Zoso 2:33 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
A most excellent Scottish river

Clyde BEST

Iron Duke 2:32 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
A grimly distinctive feature

Mark Noble?

Coffee 2:31 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Far Cough 2:30 Mon Nov 15

Yep.

I wonder if this is too easy...?

Iron Duke 2:30 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
North of the border, m’lady

Scott Parker

Far Cough 2:30 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
The jackal that's worth at least three points

Tevez?

Kaiser Zoso 2:29 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
The ghost of Woss

Jonathan SPECTOR

Coffee 2:28 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
All good so far.

Kaiser Zoso 2:28 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Late copper's no less a hero

Bobby MOORE

Iron Duke 2:27 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
The toy that's a beam of sunlight

Ray Tonka Stewart

Iron Duke 2:25 Mon Nov 15
Re: Cryptic Irons
Not glossy, but in a hurry

Matthew Rush

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