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%
  



happygilmore 8:40 Sun Aug 6
The Mickey Mouse Shield
Just caught the closing stages and penalties.

Seems a bit of an over reaction from both managers and the players to the outcome? Don't remember anyone other than the Mourinho Ego caring about it before.

Declan is buzzin, buzzin, buzzin..

Two unbearable clubs

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scott_d 3:32 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
*Europa Conference League (if it matters)

scott_d 3:31 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
When is the European Supercup?

Do West Ham get to be mascots for the day having won the Europa League Conference?

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:04 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Community Shield = Friendly with Benefits :-)

Iron Duke 3:02 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
I would never count this as a proper trophy, and wouldn’t bother going to it or celebrating if we won it. Same goes with the pointless European Super Cup or World Club Cup.

You can quote me on this in the unlikely event that we ever play in one of these glorified friendlies in the future.

greenie1 2:40 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
We wouldn't be calling it a Mickey Mouse shield if we were playing in it.

Side of Ham 11:47 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Kaiser Zoso 11:21 Mon Aug 7

Yep, didn’t make any of the comments any less cringeworthy…..

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:36 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Watched for a bit. Strange to see Rice in another kit, he hasnt settled yet, a couple of his marauding moves forward or attempts to press and win left gaps.

Apart from that, detachment.

Sydney_Iron 11:33 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
The post-match interview with Dec popped up on my YouTube, so being only 2 mins i though fuck it, why not!

Not sure how many times he said he was Buzzin but he must think he's a fucking Bee or something? Fuck sake once would have been enough..........seemed very nervous i thought as well!

Lee Trundle 11:26 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
I don't think Arsenal moving Rice further up the pitch will work.

You'd think if you were spending £100m on player, then you'd play him in his best position rather than try and change him into something he's not.

threesixty 11:24 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Arsenal don’t have a proper striker. It’s going to cost them. They really didn’t need to spend 100 bags on a player who they sub when they need a goal…
And then put Nketia on lol

I’m just happy for the great bit of business we did there tbh. Just wish our club could be trusted to spend it properly.

Kaiser Zoso 11:21 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
With our second string

Side of Ham 11:10 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
I remember some of the comments on here after we knocked out Man City in the League Cup on penalties……by parking the bus…

Jim C 11:08 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Sven

Spot on.

Any money (which isn't a huge percentage) after running costs and "fees" they do give is for local FAs for community schemes. Whilst still a worthy cause it is not counted as charity.

The Ghost of Sven 10:26 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
The friendly was rebranded from CHARITY shield to COMMUNITY as it wasnt legal to use CHARITY unless a certain % of the takings were donated to CHARITY.
Given the choice the name was changed rather than the donation raised.

Jim C 10:24 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
I wonder how many people would be moaning if we were at Wembley winning it.

There are also so many playing down Confrence League. If you didn't celebrate then fair enough but if you did, then clearly it WAS important.

I totally get the concerns for this season, I have them myself but that's not a reason to moan about literally everything in football.

Kaiser Zoso 7:57 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
I guess Dec has learned what it’s like being hooked since he’s been there

Mike Oxsaw 7:49 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
CHARITY begins at home, they say.

WE won a European (foreign) competition in a European (foreign) country.

More chance of the team who finished 21st in the PL last season being offered the match than us being invited.

Mace66 7:46 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
This Arsenal ( Rice ) obsession is getting a bit embarrassing now.

gph 3:50 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Arsenal were awarded a place in this match for winning fuck all.

Should have been us, on the basis that winning the Europa Conference League trumps ManU's League Cup

Alfs 3:42 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Agree 100% LAF.

So many (rightly) slag off Moyes for his dinosaur tactics, yet when Rice claims he's learned so much in his three weeks he gets slagged off.

With the state the club is in at the moment how can you have a go at the future captain of England for jumping ship?

Grow up, the lot of you.

LAF 2:34 Mon Aug 7
Re: The Mickey Mouse Shield
Here we go. A whole season of Rice hating comments. Tiresome. Move on.

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