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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
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
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
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

Coffee 8:50 Sat Oct 29
Saturday football

Leicester have started digging themselves out of a massive hole that had seen them bottom of the table just a few short weeks ago. City briefly topped the table last week, only for Arsenal to leapfrog them the following day. This should be a good start to the weekend, with the Foxes if not optimistic for a surprise win then with some belief that they can give the champions a game. Away win.

The Cherries have been on the receiving end of some severely dodgy VAR decisions of late. But then so have Spurs, much to their manager’s chagrin which is always entertaining to behold. But the visitors should be more than able to leave Dorset with all points in the bag. Away win.

Only goal difference keeps Wolves from the foot of the table. They seem unable to score, while Brentford’s energetic discipline keeps them, for now, from the table’s southern wasteland. Don’t expect that to change today – even with Bobby Madley as ref. Home win.

Since Potter has been casting his magic on the Stamford Bridge side, his former charges have not won one league game. Yet they remain in ninth place, one above us and one below Liverpool, so they cannot be easily dismissed. Or can they? Away win.

The Saints are making hard work of this season despite a couple of creditable recent results. Palace, too, are finding things a grind, which makes the prospect of watching this game more a labour of love than a lipsmacking Premier League classic. Draw.

Managing Villa is a tough gig. Following Wenger at the Emirates was also not easy, but Emery will hope that the interim will have offered opportunities for reflection and profitable learning. A massive win last time out will have boosted the Villains’ self-confidence. Meanwhile, Newcastle have climbed into the top four and will be in no rush to give that up. Home win.

Fulham go into this in seventh places, which is about 10 places higher than most people would have expected at the start of the season. Everton are 12th, which is also higher than popular forecasts. A tough visit to the Thames for Merseysiders. Draw.

Not quite the fixture that Jesse Marsch would have wished for at this time, knowing that his side could find themselves bottom at the end of the weekend. But he can take some cheer from Liverpool’s erratic form this season. Hope yes, though reasonable expectation may be pushing things. Home win.


Top plays bottom. Easy, innit? Home win.

Lucas Paqueta remains sidelined by injury for another week, and Jarrod Bowen is touch and go for an Old Trafford start with an ankle problem. Aguerd will be given more time to acclimatise to English conditions. Despite some results going our way of late, our play too often borders on the desperate – particularly in the first half. It’s time to change that, because we have the players to entertain and attack. Man U’s form has picked up of late and has seen them climb up the table. This will not be an easy game, but if we genuinely give it a go and take the game to them we could make this a profitable evening. Away win.

Sheffield Utd, of late leaders of the second tier, have dropped into the play-off places, leaving Burnley who host Reading (8th) today heading the table. QPR missed the chance to take their place with defeat at Brum last night. Blackburn (away to Hull), Swansea (away at Bristol C) and Millwall (away at bottom placed Huddersfield) occupy the other play-off places. Coventry have pulled themselves up from bottom place which they had occupied for several weeks and now sit in 22nd spot with two games in hand over the sides above them.

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⚒️ 10:39 Wed Nov 2
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Hammer Oz 2:09 Wed Nov 2

Millwall are way bigger cunts than Spurs.

simon.s 10:07 Wed Nov 2
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Frankfurt still look nothing special, and Rangers are a joke club right now. We’ll never get a better opportunity.

simon.s 9:58 Wed Nov 2
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We got pretty close to playing in this competition last season, now we’re a million miles away. Part of it for me is jealousy, I’ll admit it.

Sydney_Iron 5:32 Wed Nov 2
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Grumpster 12:49 Wed Nov 2

Get your piont but only to a degree............

The Europa looks stronger than last season IMO!! Just off the top of my head, Arsenal, ManU and Barcelona and in all probability Juventus and Seville and possibly Milan will “flop” into it, had Spurs dropped im not sure I would have them as favourites………….

Hammer Oz 2:09 Wed Nov 2
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People say 'Why the obsession with Spurs', been going since late 70's. Millwall haven't been around us much since then.
Spurs have, add this to their supporters being the biggest cunts going. Bingo

Remember number of testimonials against Spurs, League cup games, league games where it was decent.

Couple of games against Millwall. So please let's stop the 'I'm a gangster' 'Wall'... are the biggest enemy.
Yep, they are an older enemy but not relevant
They also are, respected but hated. Spurs are not respected and hated.

Grumpster 12:49 Wed Nov 2
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Well without calling anyone thick, if they'd dropped into the europa league they would have been one of the best teams in it and had a great chance of winning it.

One of the most average teams in the CL, so the trophy drought is safe.

collyrob 12:46 Wed Nov 2
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“And happy for them to win the group“


Grumpster 12:38 Wed Nov 2
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Don't really get why so many of our fans are obsessed with spurs, couldn't care less about them.

And happy for them to win the group, got as much chance of winning the CL as I have of fucking jennifer lawrence.

Surprised if the winner doesn't come from one of City, Real or Bayern, rest look average.

Side of Ham 12:30 Wed Nov 2
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I tell you what was utter shit……Crossed Dressers bait…..

happygilmore 12:15 Wed Nov 2
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Frankfurt made the most of the CL upgrade

only1billybonds 12:12 Wed Nov 2
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How the fuck did the Marseille player miss thst header near the death?.

Was a decent game tbf, could have gone either way in 2nd half.

Pedro 12:11 Wed Nov 2
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Marseille will be kicking themselves.

Some big chances missed at the end.

Sydney_Iron 12:08 Wed Nov 2
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Lucky big nosed cunts! They have a habit of this type of thing in the CL, at HT it looked like they would end up in the Europa, last min goal and they top the group!

Nice to see Frankfurt go through though.

⚒️ 12:05 Wed Nov 2
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Sp*rs top the group. Great achievement as that was a really tough group.

Takashi Miike 11:29 Tue Nov 1
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listening to the commentary, it's like a carbon copy of the jock's tactics

only1billybonds 11:29 Tue Nov 1
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Looks like a totally different game now, Tottenham seen more of the ball in 15 second half minutes than they did in whole of the first 45.

⚒️ 11:24 Tue Nov 1
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Sp*rs level

simon.s 11:04 Tue Nov 1
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Conte will probably fuck off if they go out. Here’s hoping.

only1billybonds 11:01 Tue Nov 1
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Tottenham totally overwhelmed in the first half, Marseille should be 3 up.

⚒️ 11:01 Tue Nov 1
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Big cross of st George with the crossed hammers behind the goal ⚒️

happygilmore 10:59 Tue Nov 1
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Spurs 1 down HT. Heading out of CL as things stand.

Conte set up makes Moyes look adventurous

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