WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
21%
  



Kidders 2:01 Tue Feb 16
Is it too early for optimism
I said before Xmas we could do a Leicester with a bit of luck on our side.
With 14 games left I’m still hopeful, the next 4 will truly test our squad but after that we have 10 winnable games on paper, who knows.

On a serious note, I’ll be happy with top 6 and Leicester had an on fire Jamie Vardy.

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Toe knee cot Tea 9:20 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Already explained why I have a new username.
Whats your excuse?

ChillTheKeel 3:14 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Toe knee cot Tea 12:44

Making up a new username for the sole intention of whining like a tart at me. What a laughable coward.

Westside 3:09 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
and I think we’ve only played 1 game where we didn’t score.

We've had two, in less than the past fortnight.

As well as another 3 in the league, previously.

Hammer and Pickle 1:51 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Haven’t enjoyed watching the Hammers so much since that Payet season so at least l’m going to be positive about our performances if just for the sake of everyone’s mental health.

only1billybonds 1:42 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
'you really need to be ignored.'

And yet you couldnt wait to post a reply to a comment i made.


What a perfect example of how thick, bitter and lacking in self awareness you really are.

Hammer and Pickle 1:37 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
You're absolutely toxic and yes, you really need to be ignored.

Ta ra.

only1billybonds 1:32 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Just cant stop yourself can you.?

Very sad bitter and lonely man

Hammer and Pickle 1:22 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
"When you say optimism, that depends on what the eventual target is. There is justifiable optimism that we wont go down but it stops there.

The West Ham axles have never been the sturdiest.

The wheels can come off at any time."

Who is this cunt?

Sir Alf 1:18 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
The article below is perhaps jumping to conclusions too early IMO. The bit about Sullivan becoming enthusiastic again the most worrying bit as it probably means him wanting to influence transfers again and getting Salthouse Mackay and his other agent "friends" some money in these hard times? Moyes has saved their bacon and its only a matter of time until they try to claim the credit in some way if they are not already ( hence Jim White propaganda recently and Gold's tweets).

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/west-ham-special-report-joined-up-thinking-butt-of-jokes-europe-top-four-b919955.html

Toe knee cot Tea 12:44 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Of course Chill knows Female yids - he watches Spurs very week!

He's only ever happy when we lose - that way he can have some weird 'fantasy vindication' and gloat all about it! Normally including the phrase 'dour scotch cunt' within it too.

Pathetic.

threesixty 11:45 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
chill

Funny how being one place out on a league table negates every point I made… who’d have thought?

Also glad that you don’t shy away from the points and have addressed them rather than talk bollocks…

Thanks!

ChillTheKeel 11:09 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
He even struggles with understanding how league tables work.

threesixty 11:09 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Chil

I’m so upset that you don’t want to talk to me. What can I do to fix things my dear?

It’s just so sad….

Sir Alf 10:59 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Fraser 10:22 Wed Feb 17

Spot on.

fraser 10:50 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
We're not joint 4th we're 5th

ChillTheKeel 10:47 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
HAHAHA yet anther essay of complete flannel courtesy of threesixty. I know female Yids who know more about the game than you do. Given everything flies over your gormless spacka head, it's pointless debating anything whatsoever with you, so fuck off.

threesixty 10:36 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Chill

I just don’t understand how we can be sitting joint 4th in the league and you keep saying how negative and defensive the manager is?

We have scored goals from several different players not just the main striker and I think we’ve only played 1 game where we didn’t score. Yet the manager is this defensively minded manager that can’t change his ways?

And then you talk about his record against the big sides as if it’s god given right that lesser teams should beat the top sides who have hundreds of millions of pounds at their disposal?

More importantly, every manager we’ve had who just “went for it” and all out attacked by principal has left our club in a worst position than when they got here. Always.

We either overload on attacking / flair players (MP), or don’t know how to cope without our star player (Bilic), zola whoever.. or we went the opposite route with allardyce were we were impossible to watch.

I really don’t know why people like you watch football? Your always moaning even when things are good. I don’t get it? I know you don’t like Moyes like many people on this site didnt when he joined. But surely he has proven himself time and time again here? Why keep digging him out?

It seems with some of our fans reputation is more important than what someone actually does. Because he had bad experiences at a few clubs he can’t possibly be any good and is beneath us or something. People said the same with dawson, Lingard etc. It’s just some weird entitiled mentality that some West Ham fans have. Like we are a top club that always deserve the best.

We ain’t. We haven’t won anything since I was in primary school. Weve relegated twice in recent years. Yet here you are digging out a manager that has saved Us from relegation twice and has got us to 4th in the table in feb…

I just don’t get the mentality…

fraser 10:22 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
85/86 Bilic's first season, both followed by shit seasons.

I'll let you know next season if I feel optimistic, too many false dawns.

Here's hoping.

only1billybonds 10:17 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
When you say optimism, that depends on what the eventual target is. There is justifiable optimism that we wont go down but it stops there.

The West Ham axles have never been the sturdiest.

The wheels can come off at any time.

normannomates 9:56 Wed Feb 17
Re: Is it too early for optimism
Optimism?..
Hairyspotter and Peckham.. just to name two off the top of my swede that know all about advertising.. Poor fuckers.
I hope they get their collective testicles stilletoed.

Mad Dog 4:34 Tue Feb 16
Re: Is it too early for optimism
As a west ham fan of many decades, I find it's ALWAYS too early for optimism

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