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 10:15 Sat Oct 22
Saturday football
NOTTINGHAM FOREST vs LIVERPOOL (1230)
One of two dead certs for today. Or one for the gambling upsetwallahs? Away win.

EVERTON vs CRYSTAL PALACE (1500)
Very even on paper, but can the Toffees make home advantage count? It could be important come the end of the season. Draw.

MANCHESTER CITY vs BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION (1500)
Brighton’s form has started to drop after Potter’s departure. There’s little to no prospect f that changing today. Home win.

CHELSEA vs MANCHESTER UNITED (1730)
Potter plays Ten Hag – an intriguing contest that offers no clear favourite. Draw.



*SUNDAY*

ASTON VILLA vs BRENTFORD (1400)
Like last season, Brentford are banking the points early on in the firm hope that they won’t get sucked into a relegation battle next year. What impact will Stevie G’s departure have on Villa? Very little, you’d think. Away win.

LEEDS UNITED vs FULHAM (1400)
There’s something likeable about the bloody-minded determination of Leeds boss Marsch. But he’ll have his work cut out against an in-form Fulham side now on the cusp of the European places. Arguably, the most appealing of today’s games. Draw.

SOUTHAMPTON vs ARSENAL (1400)
Saints’ fans are rapidly losing patience with Hassenhutl. His side will have to put in a decent performance at the very least to keep the P45 at bay. It’s a tough ask against the league leaders whose form shows no sign of letting up. Away win.

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS vs LEICESTER CITY (1400)
Have the Foxes finally got their season up and running? This is as good a test as any, but quality entertainment doesn’t look as if it’s on the menu at Molineux. Draw.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (1630)
Two of the B-list high flyers meet in a kind of top of the table six-pointer. Newcastle have pulled up their socks of late, but may find Spurs one sock too far. Home win.


*MONDAY*

WEST HAM UNITED vs BOURNEMOUTH (2000)
The Cherries are one place and two points above us going into this game. Not bad for a side that many had – and probably still do – as relegation favourites. For us, it’s an opportunity to put points on the board and start moving up the table. But that will take a game plan of two halves, not a tedious crap first half followed by a rescue mission. Home win.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Browno22 11:17 Wed Oct 26
Re: Saturday football
Beginning? He's been shit for at least 6 years.

Barcelona, sevilla, juventus and athletico all going out

kylay 11:07 Wed Oct 26
Re: Saturday football
Watching champions league and is it just me or is Lloris beginning to look finished as a keeper.

Side of Ham 2:07 Tue Oct 25
Re: Saturday football
Well done Crossed Dresser AND you are No1 Tottenham Lawro on here as well......

⚒️ 1:58 Tue Oct 25
Re: Saturday football
⚒️ 11:23 Sat Oct 22
Re: Saturday football
Nottingham Forest 1-3 Liverpool

Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

Man City 3-0 Brighton

Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd

Aston Villa 0-0 Brentford

Leeds 1-2 Fulham

Southampton 0-4 Arsenal

Wolves 1-0 Leicester

Spurs 2-2 Newcastle

West Ham 2-0 Bournemouth



Not bad predictions at all by me there. Obvs got the WHU result bang on.

Manuel 8:20 Mon Oct 24
Re: Saturday football
Once again we see no consistency whatsoever with the handball rule, Toon should have had a pen at two up, think it was Emerson with his arm well out. The whole handball law needs seriously looking at, no one seemingly has a clue what is going on with it and was is or isn't handball.

Alfs 1:32 Mon Oct 24
Re: Saturday football
2/9 Coffee. Must do better.

irisiris95 11:33 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Well it's interesting Conte moaning about having 4 players missing and having to play two times every 7 days...eeerhhm we've been getting on with whilst they've been crowing about being next level etc ...

Side of Ham 9:48 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Crossed Dresser, you’ve been KANEd SON…..

bell 9:43 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Fuck off Sean

goose 9:33 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
⚒️ 9:26 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football

Haha he can barely type through the tears.

Dry your eyes faux bare.

Texas Iron 9:27 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
I underrated Howe...

🤡🤡🤡🤡

⚒️ 9:26 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Turn it in, you mugs.

You lot take more enjoyment from Spurs losing than West Ham winning.

violator 9:19 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football


⚒️ 7:40 Sun Oct
Have that you insipid cunt

Mike Oxsaw 8:55 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
What with Spurs and Liverpool both losing this weekend, and Man U, Arsenal & Chelsea not winning, I imagine some in the media will be spitting blood.

Almost inevitable that we'll get stitched up by another dodgy VAR call now. Can't have the oiks gaining ground on the chosen ones.

LondonE3 8:37 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
⚒️ 7:48 Sun Oct 23

Gutted you front wheel cunt 🤣

Kaiser Zoso 8:36 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
⚒️ 7:48 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Spurs right back in this. Can’t see them losing it.

You don’t do yourself any favours, heimi

RBshorty 8:31 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Even Clinton Morrison is calling Spurs a bunch of Muggy Twat's. (Or words to that effect.)

goose 8:30 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
⚒️ 7:48 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Spurs right back in this. Can’t see them losing it.

Gutted you wanker.

kylay 8:30 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Well-deserved Newcastle. Spurs didn't get their typical dodgy penalty.

Mike Oxsaw 8:20 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Expect bucket loads of Fergie Time if spurs are not winning after the legal end time.

master 8:19 Sun Oct 23
Re: Saturday football
Newcastle press all over the pitch. Relentless

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