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
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 8:07 Sat Feb 25
Saturday football
Wolves have done well to pull themselves out of the relegation zone and added a valuable point at Fulham last night. A point that takes them more than a victory above us.

Everton go into this one point above the drop zone, i.e. above us. Villa’s focus under Unai Emery is now firmly set on the league’s higher reaches and two competent bosses with points to prove and to gain make for a strong battle at Goodison. Draw.

The Saints may anticipate a second go at new manager bounce this season. Leeds too will hope for the bounce, which gives this encounter a distinctly bumpy feel. There’s little difference to choose between these two. Draw.

A momentary blip has given Arsenal some perspective of the challenge they face if they are to win the title. Leicester aren’t troubled by the title and remain in the relegation mix. An ideal opportunity for the visitors to add a little sunlight between themselves and Man City. Away win.

February six-pointers don’t come much bigger than this. This is an incredible important game that we must win. Forest are now five points ahead of us but are far from safe. They’re increasingly hard to break down and won’t be easy opponents. Paqueta’s still out, but Jesse Lingard might be ready for a Forest return. Home win.

The Cherries are one point above us at kick-off, and will hopefully be two behind us at the final whistle. Man City have to win to keep up their chase at the top. Away win.

Palace are on the periphery of those competing to avoid the drop. Liverpool are on the periphery of the Euro places. A bit of a peripheral game then. Away win.


Spurs are surprisingly still in the top four while the visitors are, even more surprisingly, tenth with a zero goal difference. Draw.


Home win.

Home win.

There’s no change at the top, with Burnley still way in front followed by Sheff Utd and the play-off contenders of Boro, Blackburn, Millwall, Luton, Watford, Sunderland and Norwich. The bottom three – Huddersfield, Blackpool and Wigan – are all on 31 points. Perhaps the most intriguing game of the day sees Huddersfield under Neil Warnock hosting Burnley.

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nychammer 5:06 Thu Mar 2
Re: Saturday football
Beat Brighton and Villa and we stay up

Manuel 4:33 Thu Mar 2
Re: Saturday football
You have to be truly shit to finish bottom 3, simple as that.

Coffee 4:22 Thu Mar 2
Re: Saturday football
It's easy to stay up... Not sure the bottom five or six agree with that.

Manuel 4:16 Thu Mar 2
Re: Saturday football
Teams at the bottom always lose, it's what they do and why it's actually easy to stay up. They are shit.

Would be funny if Dychey finally took Everton down.

Coffee 4:10 Thu Mar 2
Re: Saturday football
Defeats for Everton and Wolves last night, good for us and for goal difference.

happygilmore 11:50 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
Silva is a decent manager

wd40 11:45 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
Wish we were as good as Fulham.

The Fonz 11:15 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football

The Fonz 11:15 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
That Solomom at Fulham is a bit of a player.

happygilmore 10:54 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
Leicester in trouble..2 down at home to Blackburn

happygilmore 9:46 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
stoke v BRIGHTON
LEICESTER v blackburn
FULHAM v leeds
bristol city v MAN CITY
BURNLEY v fleetwood
sheff utd v SPURS

*depends on line up and no back 5 negative shit

Not the toughest looking last 8 (Man City apart) if we have a proper go tomorrow.

Takashi Miike 11:56 Tue Feb 28
Re: Saturday football
all eight last sixteen games on tv over two days....

stoke v brighton, 7.15 (itv4)
leicester v blackburn, 7.30 (bbc red button)
fulham v leeds, 7.45 (bbc1)
bristol city v man city, 8.00 (itv1)

southampton v grimsby, 7.15 (itv4)
burnley v fleetwood, 7.30 (bbc red button)
man utd v west ham, 7.45 (itv1)
sheff utd v spurs, 7.55 (bbc1)

El Scorchio 10:19 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Yeah this could be good for us. Two massive games in a row for them and Liverpool on Sunday which they will be well up for. They’ll have to rotate their squad.

I just want us to give it a fucking good go and get at them. We have nothing to lose going up there.

RBshorty 8:52 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Great result for us. Hopefully it’s a case of after the Lord Mayor show. Come midweek.? As for the Geordies. Still can’t get over that Cup hill. More money will be spent in the summer.

twoleftfeet 8:35 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Most Man Utd fans will be home by 7.

Swiss. 6:48 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football

I'm not sure Potter would be a better fit actually. He'd be better than Moyes but that's not saying a lot.

Boehly seems to continue to back Potter but anything but a home win at home to Leeds next game and surely has to go. So that will be a 3rd manager there this season and new one to get all these players with new additions working together. Great to see the chaos there,

RBshorty 6:46 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
The owner thinks it’s the MLB where you can have a crap season re-jig in the off season. Then roll again next time. Potter like Moyes is safe. At least until Summer.

Mike Oxsaw 6:29 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Would Potter be a better fit for us?

Percy Dalton 6:27 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Obviously no searches up at Hampden the IRA loving Irish cunts doing their best to smoke the game out.

swindon hammer 6:20 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
Potter did a decent job at Brighton but I think he got a bit too much credit.

His 3 seasons at Brighton he finished 15th, 16th & 9th and he never reached the Quarter Finals of either cup competition in any of those seasons. Only getting past the 4th round once.

Managing Chelsea and even West Ham for that matter brings more pressure and expectation than Brighton and he doesn’t seem like a particularly strong character.

Eerie Descent 6:09 Sun Feb 26
Re: Saturday football
As I said at a time, a club that's used to winning trophies giving the job to someone who's best achievement is a mid table finish, was fucking ludicrous.

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