WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
9%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
10%
  
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
24%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



Alfs 2:38 Sat Mar 13
View from the opposition - Part 2
Mods, please delete/lock old thread.

The questions have been answered by Fortune's Hiding, Reds supporting pal, Suki Singh.

WARNING

Do not read the answer to the first question if you currently have a mouthful of cereal, coffee, tea etc.



Have you lived in Ilford your whole life?
Hermit Road


I wouldn’t live in that shit hole, I’m from Surrey with the rest of the top reds.


With the Glazers at the helm, would you agree that the next years look bleak off and on the pitch?
Irish Hammer



Under the glazer’s ownership the football success is always going to be behind the commercial success, they have taken over 500m out of the club to pay the interest on the loans which they took out to buy the club. They need to go and fast.


Do you think Ole is the man to bridge the chasm currently between yourselves and City, or do you wish you had gone for someone such as Pochettino when you had the chance?
Grumpster


I think Ole has made great progress and has steadied the ship. We are now at our best since Fergie. He probably isn’t the guy to win leagues and challenge for CLs, I would have liked Pochettino but it would have been wrong to sack Ole at the time, I think he is building a good side, then will probably need to handover to a better coach.


What’s your favourite flavour potato or corn snack?
Anon


Potato

How many of our players would make the Man U first team?
JLAP


Rice, Soucek, Antonio, Dawson.


Are you pleased that Olle has got you playing this brand of football or are you desperate for a superstar manager?
Branded


Footballs been shit in the main, rely too much on individuals, put it this way though, it’s better than Jose and LVG.

Pogba, are you a better team without him, and is it time to replace him?
Comma



We should have replaced him in Sep 2016.

Have you ever worn a half and half scarf?
Darlo Debs



No if you are over 12 and wear one you need a slap!!


How much longer does Ole get without winning anything?
Kylay



We need to win something this season, if not and we finish well in the league, then one more year.


Are the MOBOs racist?
Anon


Of course

Phil Jones has over 20 caps for England, which poses the question. Is he going down on Southgate?
PwoperNaughtyButNot


Yes that’s why he pulls them faces. He must stink.


When you haven’t seen the game but hear you failed to score, do you wonder who missed your penalty?
Kaiser Zoso


No I wonder who the ref was and why he didn’t give another.


Marcus Rashford’s school dinner campaign caused much discussion on this forum with one member claiming you weren’t West Ham if you supported his cause! What was the general view amongst your fans?
Mallard


Generally was welcomed. Was the member a tory daily mail reader by any chance?


Moyes had a rough time at the club, and many say that he underperformed, but the view from neutral fans is often that he inherited an ageing team, wasn’t really backed, and wasn’t given time. In hindsight, do you feel the board would have been better sticking with him and giving him the £200m odd that Van Gaal was given instead?
Sniper


Moyes was out of his depth, he had to go, has he had his teeth whitened? Although my mum could have spent 200m wiser than LVG some of his buys were shocking, still paying for them now


What will be the reaction from Manchester United if Lingard's performances for us causes us to sneak ahead of you and claim the fourth champions league place?
Alex G


It will be down to us if that happens can’t see a backlash as he has been shit for us for ages. Would it be better achievement than winning the World Cup in 66

Are you proud of your 'diving for a penalty academy'?
Charley Farley



Yes, Penalties are great, if we do not get one I question why even if we have won,

What are your views on West Ham, this season?
Anon



Very good side, were unlucky against Citeh the other week, mind you they are used to playing in front of empty plastic blue seats

What’s your prediction for Sunday?
1=0 Bruno Pen, 93rd min. Antonio hits Maguire on his slabhead with his cock (He was boasting the other week on twitter about his size)

Do you think Lingard will ever wear a Manc shirt again?
Anon


Hopefully not think he’s a bit of a tit. May have found his level!

And finally,

I haven’t got any friends, no one respects me, and I’ve recently lost my job as an Amazon driver after flashing a customer’s child. If I became a Manchester United supporter, can you promise me that my life would be better? I’ll try anything.
Manuel


Are you scouse!!

Let the cunting begin!

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gph 5:23 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Alfs, the North Korean embassy is at 73 Gunnersbury Avenue, Ealing.

Just pop down there and say you have important information for the Young One.

Plenty of time for his minions to pass on your offer to get him onto one of the most important websites in the Western World before next season.

charleyfarley 10:22 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Yes as hermit rd said well done.

BRANDED 10:15 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Feisty

Hermit Road 9:29 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
I like these and well done Alfs for resurrecting them. As you said, a Man U fan from Surrey is hardly going to be at the top end of the scale personality wise. If he had been from Ilford on the other hand....


One thing that used to make me chuckle about the old one was always the last question where they had to piece together the first letters of every question. Seemed like a lot of effort though

Ronald_antly 6:56 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
That's a remarkable bit of self-flagellation there by Manuel.
I'll wager he submitted that while very drunk, and now has NO recollection of doing so.

chim chim cha boo 6:31 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Yes, sorry Alfs, I didn't mean to disparage the thread and I hope you will repeat it. It's just that this melt was not interesting in the slightest.

Alfs 4:19 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Fuck, geeps, If only you said earlier. He's in my 'Tyrannical Leaders' WhatsApp group!

gph 4:07 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
I know I'm a bit late with this, but Kim Jong Un is a ManU fan.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/kim-jong-un-manchester-united-fan-has-ordered-state-tv-show-their-matches-9695951.html

Surely he's a better bet for character than this bloke?

Maybe you can give him a go next season...

Alfs 3:11 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
gank 2:59 Sun Mar 14

Ag x 3

That was ruined on my very first post, entitled 'No, No, to Dicanio'.

Yep, I really said that.

Alfs 3:08 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
No worries, C Wing.

Lesson learned though and I appreciate the advice.

The old c wing 3:04 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Alfs. I’m sorry, I really don’t want you to take my below comment as a lack of endorsement.

The issue is probably fishing out old school style forums such as our own, to get some reasonably funny comebacks.

Please keep it going. The Leeds cunts did at least raise a smile, it’s just that this was one bloke who happened to be a right boring cunt.

gank 2:59 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
I just worry about your reputation, Alfs.

Alfs 2:54 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
This bloke is particularly dull, I admit. But I don't know what you expected. He supports Man U for fuck sake. You go and find me a supporter of that club with a personality!

Gank, I know you think this is shit, you keep saying, but do I knock on your door EVERY night and tell you that you're an ugly, fat bastard, with more teeth than brain cells?

Just don't click on it. What's it got to do with West Ham, anyway?

happygilmore 1:12 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
gank 1:05 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2

gank 1:05 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
...or don't bother with these threads as they're shit.

I appreciate the effort, it just isn't worth it.

mallard 12:50 Sun Mar 14
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
We’ve had bland Man Utd. fans before on ‘View from the Opposition.’ I remember some woman being asked the questions and had no sense of humour whatsoever.

Keep up the good work Alfs, but maybe target the fan’s forums like last week, and as C-wing said, 3 different views.

The old c wing 11:48 Sat Mar 13
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Needs a min of 3 respondents, otherwise it becomes dull, like this cunt.

joe royal 11:38 Sat Mar 13
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Alfs 2:53 Sat Mar 13

Unless you like litter, bad driving and curry don’t bother.

Valentines park is still lovely tho.

the exile 9:08 Sat Mar 13
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
So which one of us was it who said that you're not West Ham if you support Rashford's campaign? Utter twat!

I.want.that.one 8:37 Sat Mar 13
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Appreciate the effort but this is like Disney flogging a dead horse by remaking so many films.

Who the fuck decided anyone could replace Robin Williams as the genie? You don’t fuck with perfection

yngwies Cat 3:32 Sat Mar 13
Re: View from the opposition - Part 2
Disappointed about his fuckin crisp.answer.

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