WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
4%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
30%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
28%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
29%
  



Admiral Lard 2:59 Sun Jul 15
Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
To be honest I had forgotten we'd only loaned Snodgrass to Villa, now he is back in the fold.

Pellegrini has played him in both preseason fixtures to date, against Wycombe he showed all the failings of previous outings shying over when it seemed easier to score.

Does Robert stand a chance of making the cut in our much enlarged and improved squad or are we getting him fit to sell?

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Coffee 7:03 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
There's no place like home.

Manuel 3:00 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I'm welling up about this. I'm off to mumsnet.

fraser 12:57 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Yeah top bloke, glad he hasn't joined those hoopy cunts.

collyrob 12:54 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I’ve had a few pints of Guinness (delivered from the local) but I’m a bit emotional with this transfer. Seeing all the comments from his team mates just shows how much of a great bloke he is. Always gave 100%. I bloody love him

Mad Dog 12:48 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Couldn't stand him when he first joined.

However his attitude was amazing. Especially upon his return from loan. I'm happy to admit I was wrong. I quickly changed my mind and and had a great deal of time for snoddy. Huge piece of humble pie for me.

Good luck to him.

If only that mardy cunt haller had an ounce of his attitude.

charleyfarley 12:28 Sat Jan 9
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Lato 1:48 Fri Jan 8
Crassus 10:58 Fri Jan 8

Crassus 10:58 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Tough act to follow Payet
I had the shits, didn't want him, and had plenty of reasons to not like him - Celt, Celtic etc
He got dogs abuse and then it emerged that he was doing all sorts behind the scenes locally with kids and charities and was a top lad, then the pictures of him and Nobes in Spain delivering gifts and support
Massive 180 from me and egg on face, bloke is a quality lad to do all that when being roundly cunted
Good luck Snodders son - Class Act!

Faux Bare 9:56 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Despite being a smelly Celt, Snods is a good egg.

collyrob 9:53 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Top lad is snoddy.

Will be missed 🍀⚒

Willtell 9:45 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Robert snodgrass
@robsnodgrass7
·
11m
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to pull on that
@westham
jersey, from fans, players and staff you accepted me as one of your own and I will be forever grateful.

This club will always have a special place in my heart.

Thanks to the fans for all your support ❤️⚒ snods

eusebiovic 9:27 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Along with Haller that must be at least £120,000 a week off the wage bill

geoffpikey 9:25 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Did we get any actual money? For the leccy meter?
Or just wages off the bill?

* Moves to WBA for undisclosed taxi driver LOLZ and deep-fried bonhomie.

Lato 1:48 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Good luck to him I don't think he ever let us down like a few of the overpaid show ponies I could mention. Sad to lose a big character in the dressing room tho

Staffs-Hammer 1:30 Fri Jan 8
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Good bit of business all round, for me. We get rid of an ageing squad player, who's best days are probably now gone and get a few quid into Sullivan's transfer biscuit tin. He'll do well at WBA under Meatloaf as well, probably his type of player.

Iron Duke 10:32 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
He seemed to be a great player to have around the squad. Very popular. He has no pace but he is a very tidy player and his crosses and set pieces were top notch. I think it’s a great signing for West Brom with Fat Sam’s percentage teritorial play.

daveyg 9:12 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
His was great in a way but also a problem in a similar tone. Workrate and attitude but as he got older slowed us down. His dead ball work also started to decline.
Good luck hopefully a youngster can fill his place in the squad.

Lertie Button 9:08 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Another player down, so when do we start making a signing or two

Admiral Lard 8:30 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Blimey, how on earth did someone find this thread, set it up 2 and half years ago......

Side of Ham 6:13 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Manuel, I think in our own way we were all trying to say he was good to have around the squad, probably brought the squad together with some of his antics....that's all, I wish we had him at the start of his career tbh but that's just my opinion.

Fifth Column 6:09 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
The Exile is bang on... if you actually read what he said.

He's obviously a positive voice and on the club videos he seems to be more interested in the community work players are expected to do - or at least he comes across that way on the club PR.

the exile 5:44 Thu Jan 7
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Manuel 4:33 Thu Jan 7

Try reading what I actually said, you thick twat.

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