WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
7%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
1%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
13%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
37%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
41%
  



Gaffer58 11:45 Mon Apr 6
A fit Wilshere
I see he is on a video of having a kick a bout with his better half, understand she was not allowed to tackle him. Expect reports to start of how he has now pulled, tweaked another muscle and will be out for another 4 weeks.

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Moncurs Putting Iron 1:45 Tue Jun 2
Re: A fit Wilshere
JAFKD

Hartsons value offset slightly by kicking one of our key flair playmakers in the head.

Stubbo 1:42 Tue Jun 2
Re: A fit Wilshere
Ian Wright scored 9 goals in 22 games so was short but pretty sweet.

JustAFatKevinDavies 1:28 Tue Jun 2
Re: A fit Wilshere
no value for Hartson?

Badhabit 1:24 Tue Jun 2
Re: A fit Wilshere
We have never had any value when transferring players from Arsenal. Out of Radford, Robson, Aliadiere, Hartson, Wright, Winterburn, Suker, Ljungberg and of course Wilshire, only Robson (briefly) proved worthwhile. None of them wore the Hammers shirt more than 100 times. Personally I think the club we've had best value from in the transfer market over the years has been Newcastle - Keeble, Pop Robson, Keith Robson, Hislop, Parker and Nolan.

Capitol Man 1:08 Tue Jun 2
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Leeshere 3:24 Fri May 29
Re: A fit Wilshere

Didn’t he then immediately get injured and basically never play again?

eusebiovic 10:12 Mon Jun 1
Re: A fit Wilshere
Click Link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoKwX5fLJ5E

Moncurs Putting Iron 9:57 Sat May 30
Re: A fit Wilshere
Sukers Off was my favourite fantasy football team name though.

eusebiovic 3:18 Sat May 30
Re: A fit Wilshere
I just remembered Davor Suker

I never liked the guy with that piss the bed face of his...

eusebiovic 3:08 Fri May 29
Re: A fit Wilshere
We got 18 months of football out of Stewart Robson who at the time was the highest paid player in our history on a 4 and a half year contract - he was injured the rest of the time.

Winterburn put in a shift and did his best because he was a model pro but he was pretty long in the tooth after he joined us too.

wd40 8:11 Fri May 29
Re: A fit Wilshere
Winterburn put in a good shift for us.

Leeshere 3:24 Fri May 29
Re: A fit Wilshere
Remember seeing Wilshere play for England when he was around 20, was by far the best player on the pitch. Still have some hope he can contribute this season.

Also Stewart Robson was hammer of the year after he signed from Arsenal.

geoffpikey 10:04 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
That's a fair grudge.

eusebiovic 9:29 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
Even if he did have a pitstop at Norwich in-between

eusebiovic 9:26 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
geoffpikey

I still hold a grudge against them for Steve Wally Walford

VickyPkVillageIdiot 8:28 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
"Doesn’t strike me as someone with anything intelligent to say."

Which footballers ever do?

Even clowns like Clarke Carlisle who talks like he swallowed a dictionary get exposed as being a half-wit when in front of the camera.

geoffpikey 7:59 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
"Whenever I've heard we may be signing an Arsenal player I reach for worry beads. Name me a decent one in the last 50 years."

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Ian Wright had a better record at West Ham than Carlos Tevez. Cheaper too.

Sven Roeder 7:52 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
Pundit?
Doesn’t strike me as someone with anything intelligent to say.
Sky could maybe employ him to give updates on injured players. He has had all the injuries and has probably spent so much time with Doctors he knows the lingo.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 6:56 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
I want to see if someone can manage him like Arry did with Ledley King at Spurs. We might get at least a season out of him.

stepney hammer 6:43 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
My guess is he'll leave us after he's seen out his contract, get a short term gig abroad, probably MLS or somewhere like that and then retire in his early 30's before becoming a pundit.

He loves talking (mainly about Arsenal) and always seems to be doing an interview for something or other. So guessing the punditry route is something he will fancy.

Far Cough 4:02 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
John RADFORD






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Lee Trundle 4:00 Thu May 28
Re: A fit Wilshere
As someone has suggested below, John HARTSON was a decent signing.

Winterburn wasn't too bad either.

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