WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
47%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



The Grim Rieper 6:27 Wed Jul 11
The "Pile On" goal celebration
Extremely dangerous. If the goal scorer (or any other player) is face down at the bottom, any weight on the rib cage makes breathing very difficult. Ask anyone who has had the misfortune of being restrained by Police or Prison Officers.

Why do it anyway? What's wrong with shaking hands?

Should be banned.

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Hammer and Pickle 2:25 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Wouldn't be all that happy about some of today's kids jumping on a pile with me at the bottom.

bruuuno 2:21 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Kids weigh fuck all and their bones are flexible, jfk. It’s madness to have a £100m asset at the bottom of a fucking bundle, ffs

Westham67 12:56 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Same as jfk "Pile on"

jfk 8:37 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
When I was at school late seventies early eighties threre were always big "bundles" no one got seriously hurt,the teachers were never over worried.
We now have a generation of limp wristed poofters

Westham67 8:19 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
I was 13 when I went to Villa Park for the Semifinal against Everton. I was up against the fence between us and Everton and I was off of my feet crushed and couldn't breathe and luckily a few fellas saw I was in trouble and go me out to the stairs and I threw up.

I still have a thing about being trapped I always sit in an aisle seat when flying or I sit on the outside seat on a table at a cafe or restaurant

That pile on thing gets my twitchy

bruuuno 12:49 Thu Jul 12
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
will stop when a player gets badly injured/freaks out. I remember being trapped under one as a kid and the feeling of panic when you cant breathe.

Had a massive bundle up at wigan one year, great memory

ironsofcanada 11:58 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Even more dangerous with skates on.

Kidders 8:32 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Happened to our Sunday morning keeper once after he won us a cup final. Missed the last few games due to rib injury, and yes I also wonder to this day why they do it.

HairyHammer 8:18 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
geofpikey

HIYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!

G-IRONS 7:57 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Back in the day I've been at the bottom of that pile absolutely paralysed and gasping for breath.It's bloody scary and stupidly dangerous.

Willtell 7:33 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
You sure Hairy mate? I think you're not telling the entire truth there?

geoffpikey 7:32 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
"actually I don't mind a choreographed dance at the end of a goal"

HiYA!!!!!!!

HairyHammer 7:30 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
The Grim

I agree, I do not understand why they do these stupid celebrations the other one is jumping almost over or onto the back of the player who has just scored.

What happened to the good old handshake?, actually I don't mind a choreographed dance at the end of a goal, so I am not that much of an old fuddy duddy.

geoffpikey 7:28 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Simone Zaza suffered from claustrophobia.
Fact.
It explains everything.

Willtell 7:22 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Last time I got jumped on by ten women I thought I'd won the world cup too...

Sven Roeder 7:09 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Shouldn’t be a problem if England play France

Too Much Too Young 6:39 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
CUT HIM

White Pony 6:34 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
BUNDLE!!!!!

MonkeyVulgaris 6:33 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
We played it at school. It was called sardines

Buster 6:32 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
My son and his mates have been doing this every time England score.

He’s smart though so is the last to jump on.

Hammer and Pickle 6:31 Wed Jul 11
Re: The "Pile On" goal celebration
Are you suggesting they should be more restrained?

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