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
20%
  
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%
  



arsene york-hunt 3:58 Wed Jan 4
Your favourite fat footballer
1. Johny Byrne
2. Brian Dear
3. Neville Southall

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Stubbo 10:25 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Southall

Quinn

Akinfenwa (although he may have just been hench)

Forest Gate Ugly 6:22 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Tommy Taylor. Carried a fair bit of timber. Specially after Christmas.

cholo 6:09 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Micky Quinn was just a poor man's Bob Carolgees.

Aalborg Hammer 6:07 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Micky Quinn - late of Newcastle and Pompey

Far Cough 3:25 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
I was a fan of Brian Dear, certainly knew where the goal was.

Percy Dalton 3:17 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Digga Gerd Muller.

penners28 3:09 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Lee Trundle. Was literally the best player ever for about half a season.

terry-h 2:21 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Hello Mrs Jones.

Apart from Brian Dear's 5 goals in 20 minutes, he was the top scorer in the ECWC in 1964/5 season. He actually had a goal disallowed in the final at Wembley after a superb through ball from Bobby Moore. The DVD indicates the goal should have stood! Geoff Hurst failed to score a single goal in that tournament.
Stag is a great bloke. He meets all the ex players regularly and I believe he attends the funerals of all those that have passed away since his days at West Ham.
Greenwood sacked him after the Blackpool affair in January 1971, being one of the culprits involved.
In my opinion he is a genuine West Ham legend!

OneAll 10:46 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
charlie adam

hammer205 10:06 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Geoff Pike
John hartson
Sammy Lee
Jan Molby

Manuel 9:42 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Kenny Sansom was a little fatty, don't hear much about him these days.

Hugh Jampton 9:41 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
I remember a load of us in the Rio singing "He's fat, he's round, we'll buy him for a pound, Viduka, Viduka" when Leeds had a fire sale years ago.

yngwies Cat 2:04 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Tomas 'Tubby' Brolin

Hello Mrs. Jones 1:57 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Brian '5 goals in 20 minutes' Dear. Loved him as a player liked a burger and a beer

Helmut Shown 1:38 Thu Jan 5
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Francis Lee

gph 12:51 Thu Jan 5
Your favourite fat ex-footballer
Alan Devonshire

Although he was my favourite skinny footballer when he was actually playing

arsene york-hunt 8:32 Wed Jan 4
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Lato 7:53 Wed Jan 4

I wanted to mention him in the OP but couldn't remember his name.

the straw 8:16 Wed Jan 4
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Jon Parkin was a fat bastard throughout his entire career. Listened to his podcast a few times and he seems to take pride in the fact he was a fat cunt who only followed the money. At least he's honest!

cup of tea 8:06 Wed Jan 4
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Neil SHIPPERLEY

swindon hammer 7:59 Wed Jan 4
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
George Parris.

Lato 7:53 Wed Jan 4
Re: Your favourite fat footballer
Has anyone mentioned Benny McCarthy yet?

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