WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Coffee 8:23 Sat Aug 27
Saturday football
SOUTHAMPTON vs MANCHESTER UNITED (1230)
If the Saints’ win at Leicester last week is anything to go by, Man U will have their work cut out in the weekend’s opener. With Casemiro – check spelling – possibly in the visitors’ squad, this is one of those Samson and Goliath prospects (or, in financial terms, tramp versus Trump) in which you’d stand a good chance by backing Samson. Should be a good game. Draw.

BRENTFORD vs EVERTON (1500)
Oh Frankie boy, things ain’t looking too good for you. Injuries to several key players don’t help, but the Toffees’ board room will be looking for a dramatic improvement. Now. But will the Bees be too good for them? Yep. Home win.

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION vs LEEDS UNITED (1500)
Both sides have made really bright starts to the season. This has all the makings of an epic battle between energy and disciplined strategy. Probably the pick of the afternoon’s games. Home win.

CHELSEA vs LEICESTER CITY (1500)
There’s little or nothing to suggest that the Foxes will get anything from this game. Chelsea are just too strong. Home win.

LIVERPOOL vs BOURNEMOUTH (1500)
There’s something reassuring in a table that has Liverpool just two points above us. The Cherries may also find succour in their one-point advantage over their visitors at kick-off. But not at the final whistle. Away win.

MANCHESTER CITY vs CRYSTAL PALACE (1500)
Viera’s Palace are becoming a force to be reckoned with. Or at least not to be taken for granted. But a visit to the Etihad may be an obstacle too high. Home win.

ARSENAL vs FULHAM (1730)
The contrast with this time last season is absolute, for Arsenal. But Fulham have banked five precious points so far and Arteta will want his players’ full attention and commitment throughout. Could be interesting if the visitors score first. Home win.



**SUNDAY**

ASTON VILLA vs WEST HAM UNITED (1400)
Chris Sutton, the new Lawro, has gone for a draw, because “I think they’re both rubbish.” Well, a little chuckle there, but also more than a grain of truth. Still, there’s a sense that we’re better than Villa and six aggregate goals against Viborg should have given our confidence a boost. A fragile game beckons, but one that we should fail to lose. Draw.

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (1400)
Wolves have continued this season where they left off in May, with one point taken from their first three games. The Barcodes, meanwhile, look set for more success than they’ve experienced for donkey’s years. Away win.

NOTTINGHAM FOREST vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (1630)
Forest have made an encouraging start to the season, but there’s a strong sense that it won’t continue. Spurs will expect all three points from the City Ground. They should get them. Away win.



**TUESDAY**

CRYSTAL PALACE vs BRENTFORD (1930)
FULHAM vs BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION (1930)
SOUTHAMPTON vs CHELSEA (1945)
LEEDS UNITED vs EVERTON (2000)

**WEDNESDAY**

ARSENAL vs ASTON VILLA (1930)
BOURNEMOUTH vs WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS (1930)
MANCHESTER CITY vs NOTTINGHAM FOREST (1930)
WEST HAM UNITED vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (1945)
Hmm…
LIVERPOOL vs NOTTINGHAM FOREST (2000)



**CHAMPIONSHIP**

The table has started to take shape. Sheff U are making the early running and stand in top place despite managing just a draw at lowly Luton last night. Millwall, on seven points, host Reading in third with nine points, while Sunderland (8 pts) take on Norwich (7). The pick of the day’s games continues with Watford, in second, hosting QPR, while Swansea visit second-from-bottom Boro. This, as ever, is an intriguing league.

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threesixty 12:25 Fri Sep 2
Re: Saturday football
Didn’t Leicester concentrate on winning the fa cup instead of getting top 4 that season? Lost out by 1 point to Chelsea.

I suppose its all about choices really…. Doubt they’d be a mess now with CL football and the money that would have brought in.

Eerie Descent 12:14 Fri Sep 2
Re: Saturday football
Man Utd have got a good manager, they will do well this season.

Everyone wanking over Arsenal, not really had a real hard game yet. I really hope they fall away, cunt of a club.

twoleftfeet 11:50 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Did the fans just sing “ Jamie Vardy your wife is a cunt “

Sir Alf 11:49 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Leicester looking like they might be in trouble. I think they are under financial constraints either FFP or just spent too much and hence not really invested last 2 seasons which as we know is effectively falling back as every other team seems to improve.

Crisis club United now sitting pretty. They are nowhere near City and Pool but the new manager has made them more solid and they are starting to win ugly.

happygilmore 10:59 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Jasnik 10:46 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Rogers for the tin tack?

I reckon so, they have been shocking that half.

Madison, Barnes & Tielmans must be regretting not moving on.

Jasnik 10:46 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Rogers for the tin tack?

Sven Roeder 10:38 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
What has happened to Leicester?
Selling Fofana for £70m & dont seem to be buying, Schmeichel leaves and they just use their reserve keeper.Tielemans playing but looking to escape.
1-0 down to Man U at home

Was looking at a salary list and seems Man U are chewing up £1m a week in wages on 3 players sitting on their bench ... Ronaldo £515k, Casemiro £300k & Maguire £190k

Iron Duke 12:10 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Liverpool get 5 minutes of injury time….score in the 98th minute.

The Hammers 12:07 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
jammy Liverpool

The Hammers 12:07 Thu Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
jammy Liverpool

twoleftfeet 10:13 Wed Aug 31
Re: Saturday football
Haaland is so average 🤣🤣🤣

Sven Roeder 12:36 Wed Aug 31
Re: Saturday football
EFL Trophy South : Group C
Walsall 0 West Ham Utd U21 1 (Simon-Swyer 57)

In a group with Milton Keynes Dons & Cheltenham Town

zico 12:09 Wed Aug 31
Re: Saturday football
Tuchel and Klopp in the sack race?!

Sven Roeder 12:04 Wed Aug 31
Re: Saturday football
Sounds like two undeserved draws for Everton at Brentford & Leeds with Gordon scoring in both.
They selling him tomorrow?
Not sure if Abramovich was still around he'd be giving Tuchel more money.

Norflundon 11:58 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
How the fuck Everton got a point there I’ll never know they got battered all game

The Fonz 11:48 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
Great performance by Southampton. Love seeing the rent boys turned over.

fraser 11:32 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
I will look again, but how do you get to a ball before the opposing player without getting between him and the ball.. Think he just tried to get to it.

onsideman 11:31 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
Yes. Proper anti-football from Ecerton, however Onana is going to be a player

El Scorchio 11:22 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
Delighted to see Leeds equalise against Fatty’s Everton who have been playing like absolute cunts. Time wasting and diving about from about 20 mins onward. Really ugly football. Hope they fucking lose.

Iron Duke 11:06 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
Watch it again. There was no way the Brighton player was going for the ball. He deliberately stuck his leg in so that contact would be made. I suppose people would call it clever play, but I call it cheating

fraser 11:03 Tue Aug 30
Re: Saturday football
That was, a, stone wall penalty, unfortunate for the Fulham player but both went for the same ball and he got in front of him and he swung his foot straight through him.

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