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arsene york-hunt 9:11 Sat May 5
What was the most shameful part of this season?
Losing 3 - 0 to Brighton home gets my vote

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southwoodford 10:53 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Charging supporters to watch ....

Westside 10:49 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
The general lack of bottle from the players. Don't seem to be able to cope with adversity. Only one come from behind win (league) and won only twice in the league, where the opposition have scored.

9 clean sheets is probably league mid table form, but our heads seem to drop when the opposition score and they regularly go on to get 3 or 4.

scott_d 10:33 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Are there any plans to protest or boycott on the final game of the season?

Assuming nothing is happening for the Man Utd game.

Chigwell 9:37 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
The fact that it took two televised shamings, (coverage of the protests v Burnley, and Shearer's post match rant after the City match) to get any effort from the team in their next matches (Soton and Leicester respectively). Are the players like Trump, i.e. only motivated by what they see on TV?

Rossal 8:57 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Toon away performance
Brighton at home
Burnley at home
Arsenal away in cup
Wigan away
Evra signing
Hugill signing
The club PR for the whole season
Tony Henry scandal
The geezer that hung the flag outside Sullivans gaff and got banned
The protest march farce
The stewards donning safety glasses and football boots

Think that covers it......

The Ghost of Braderz 1:09 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Having gone to both, I'd have to say cup matches away to Arsenal and Wigan are up there.

Lifeless.

ATHammer 12:10 Wed May 9
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
The bullshit out of Brady and Sullivan. Sullivans tireless efforts and "successes" in the transfer windows.
How did he getting on with suing the Sporting Lisbon President?
And Brady "watch my TV show" whilst we have an important home game.
Shameless Cunts.

medwayhammer1 2:04 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Basicaly the whole fucking lot of it, to be quite frank! sad thing is, is that already people on here are already saying"Well I will see what things are like after the summer" etc

Chopper Toshack 12:10 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
The January transfer window.

normannomates 3:18 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
all three away wins we looked fucking class..proper class

the rest was polar opposite..but thats us...always has been the way..

arnie and Lanzini link up play is superb when it clicks...but its not often enough

normannomates 3:09 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
alfie

last week and Brighton were the lowest of many lows.

bright spots were Arnie and Rice..and fair fucks to Ogbonna also...bit of an unsung one...been very decent amongst the shite

After8 3:05 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
The signing of Hughill and Evra.
Moyes slagging off Declan Rice publicly
The heavy defeats from a team managed by someone who's meant to be an expert on organisation and discipline.

Alfie 2:55 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Leaving stoke at 1-0 down & hearing them sing like theyd won the cup and driven off the mighty west ham boys

Heard ours go in on the way which made it better but still felt like we'd been turned over by shit northeners

normannomates 2:47 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
miike

Takashi Miike 2:43 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
signings like hart & evra where we waste millions on players past it should come to an end, employ some decent scouts if that's what it takes and buy players with potential to improve


i agree norm, days like yesterday and the pictures/videos ive watched makes you want to go back or did me anyway

normannomates 2:12 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
leeds utd as welll tbf

normannomates 2:10 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
last two seasons have been a shamnles...complete shambles.

and then you see our away support yesterday...weve all often said it..the Club dont deserve the level of support they have...different gravy.

very few clubs support can compare..the Geordies maybe..but they would turn out for a gay parade

Jaan Kenbrovin 1:51 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
Yeah, although I've probably got as little faith as you, Miike.

I don't really care about being a Man City or Chelsea, that isn't why I was and am supportive of the move. I want to see us to grow and achieve our potential - which is, to me, a far greater club and fanbase than has ever been given credit for.

It was truly heart breaking watching the scenes at the Burnley home game, even though I do understand the anger and resentment.

mike hunt 1:48 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
too many to choose from

Takashi Miike 1:06 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
jaan, it will be an interesting summer. i hope they pull their finger out and recruit the right players that we need, and not get sidetracked by names

Jaan Kenbrovin 12:57 Mon May 7
Re: What was the most shameful part of this season?
I'm not offended for them. I couldn't give a flying fuck about them and haven't said anything as a positive for them in that post.

They aren't changing the club's name to West Ham London, it's those that are looking for excuse to turn the back on the club because of the move.

If people want to boycott the club because of the owners then I understand. If people want to shit on the club and tell me it's dead and over, then I disagree. It's not out of support for the owners.

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