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
31%
  
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%
  



Sir Alf 5:40 Sun Dec 20
No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
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the exile 8:56 Thu Dec 31
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
So are we having a transfer thread or is this it?

grasshopper 1:12 Thu Dec 31
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
It’s about time this thread was pinned mods.

Sven Roeder 9:17 Wed Dec 30
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
We need to buy Brentford’s scout
Think they bought Benrahma & Maupay from France, Watkins from Exeter, Toney from Peterborough & I think this other guy DaSilva from Arsenals reserves

master 9:13 Wed Dec 30
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Ivan Toney looks a very very good player.

Sir Alf 10:22 Sat Dec 26
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
https://www.claretandhugh.info/net-spend-the-fables-fantasy-and-fact/

Hugh's site now responding to defend GSB as usual via the above. The link to the net spend table is only 2 years. They are focusing on the fact that West Ham net spend is only down 27 million from the season before are looks ok compared to others. Talk about searching for a stat to fit the narrative of "GSB being unfairly maligned and victims "?

Selective as usual. We are in the lowest 3 or 4 spenders last 2 seasons and ever since Pellegrini was sacked off.

You really have to look at net spend for the whole of their tenure. Not only is it relatively modest ( mid table ) but more importantly has been been spectacularly bad in the sense of being poorly invested.

Sullivan and Gold now the poorest of the poor in the Premier league it would seem? Sullivan's other businesses and Golds in the toilet too. They are trying to emulate the Icelandics?. West Ham took down billionaires via the financial meltdown and now with COVID supercharging GSB's abysmal, laughable transfer investment strategy etc they will hopefully start asap next year looking for a way out. They are a busted flush but no doubt will hang around like a bad smell for a while.

Sven Roeder 8:09 Sat Dec 26
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
The main ‘situation’ is that the dead hand of these clowns is on the hand brake of this club keeping us wallowing achieving nothing while enriching them personally
They have nothing to offer for the future & need to go.
Yesterday if possible
#GSB OUT

blueeyed.handsomeman 5:43 Sat Dec 26
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
i believe that there certainly is a need.

but there are a number of situations that are impinging upon this reallity

Sajmo1 10:26 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Apparently in a tough financial situation but Benrahma's transfer will be covered with money we got for Diangana and we already know we'll be getting 25m for Haller. Anderson and Lanzini/Yarmo will be leaving as well most likely. Wage bill dropped drastically since few seasons ago. But we have no money..

nychammer 7:17 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
GSB have to go, because sooner or later they will get us relegated, but who will buy a club with a leased ground and purported debts owed on previous signings, and also at their ridiculous valuation?

fraser 3:16 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Merry Christmas Manuel

Manuel 2:33 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
You probably aren't being too cynical there, fraser. I think it could well be the case they are now going to spend as little as poss and just wait to sell. OR cash in on Rice at some point ans use that dough for players (or some of it)

Happy Christmas to you and yours.

fraser 2:23 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
So to sum up, no risk of relegation so goal achieved, success for the three cunts

Manuel 1:56 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
So Josh King not happening then? Usual old shit.

Lowers spenders this year.

Sir Alf 1:24 Fri Dec 25
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
https://www.claretandhugh.info/moyes-set-to-stick-with-what-hes-got/

paulon 10:42 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
That Jamal Lewis is absolute pony, horrendous player

Chigwell 10:18 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
There wouldn't be a need to spend more if Haller was anything like worth what we paid for him.

Faux Bare 10:09 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Cheers Sven.

Sven Roeder 10:00 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Lovely ball onto Jesus’s head after 2 mins by Zinchenko
0-1

Romfordboy 9:40 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
If we can get a left back we could play a flat back four which would be a good start

grasshopper 9:37 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
AKA ERNIE 8:43 Tue Dec 22

Benrahma installments are due next transfer window. 4m loan fee in total for this season.

We Intend to be active this window, despite what you may think or read on news now.

Sven Roeder 9:34 Tue Dec 22
Re: No need for a Jan Transfer Thread - GSB more skint than ever
Zinchenko getting a run out for Man City tonight at Arsenal in the League Cup
Supposedly one we are looking at as a left wing back / left back though think they are looking at SELLING rather than loaning.

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