WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
25%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
35%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
35%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
5%
  



Leonard Hatred 2:09 Tue May 25
Port Vale
Talk to me

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Manuel 9:32 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
Yes, we stopped on the way back and bought a hot dog and chips from some portable roadside van, was bloody terrible. Remember it like it was yesterday. I was also wearing a nice pair of blue Gazelles that day too.

Glenn Roeder 9:22 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
Was at that game too, and had the winner of the Grand National too. Stopped at some bakery in Burslem and bought Oatcakes, nothing like a cake just a pancake filled with something and then rolled, bloody awful things

Manuel 5:59 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale

Ausibob 10:00 Tue May 25

''1991 Ian bishop. Top corner. Pissed down all game if I recall open end terrace. Sang we are top of the league all second half''


Was there also. But I wouldn't have a clue what the weather was like or what we were singing, it astounds me how anyone can remember detail like that from 30 years ago.

Hello Mrs. Jones 3:40 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
Ive always had a soft spot for Port Vale after i got a mega-shoeing from Stoke back in the late 70s. 2 cracked ribs and a dislocated jaw.

El Scorchio 3:18 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
All I know is that cunt Robbie Williams supports them.

That and they are one half of the least known answer in the 'name all the cities with multiple league clubs' quiz question.

the coming of gary 1:30 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
..They had the terrific Mark Chamberlain (father of the Ox), he was the best player in the lower divisions, before going on to be one of the first black England players.
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gph 12:17 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
All I remember about actual matches with Port Vale is one cup match where they constantly informed us that they hated Pakies.

Obviously thought West Ham was exclusively supported by Pakistanis.

Iron Duke 12:08 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
Juventus are not named after a place.

Crassus 12:00 Wed May 26
Re: Port Vale
Cough - Matthews

Not popular with Old Skool Valiants
Something to do with his mum getting a clandestine new fangled washing machine and deserting the Vale for Stoke as a consequence

Len

Funny place Stoke, neither in the proper north nor midlands and not a natural City but an imposed collective of six hill towns that did not and still don't get on

Proper club though the Vale, got to understand their thinking through a good client way back and always advocated we should have signed Robbie Earle before he moved on
Oh that and burgers the size of bin lids, birds with taches and tats and saw Bish rip a screamer

paulon 10:46 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Leeshere 6:09 Tue May 25

When Rice made his England debut, Pope tweeted he would rather have 'Uncle Ben's' in his England team

Couple of weeks later he was having a pop at social media for being too critical of young players

Fucking tit

Far Cough 10:04 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
The only player of note that I know from Port Vale, is Stanley Matthews, albeit as manager

Ausibob 10:00 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
1991 Ian bishop. Top corner. Pissed down all game if I recall open end terrace. Sang we are top of the league all second half. Horrible ground at the time. Think one side used to be a cricket stand?? Shit hole but good memories.

62Hammer 8:51 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Went there in the early 70s to see West Ham in the Cup. I think we won 1-0. Had the cheapest pint of beer ever in a pub near the ground - can't remember how much though, something ridiculous like 10p.

dm 6:17 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Strictly speaking St Johnstone is named after a place. The old name for Perth was Saint John's Town.

Unlike Queen of the South (Dumfries)
Not sure about Raith Rovers (Kirkcaldy)

Leeshere 6:09 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Guy I used to work with is a big fan, from the area. Ex-youth player Cristian Montano plays for them now, Tom Pope is a local legend.

the coming of gary 5:56 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
.. St Johnstone is in PERTH

has the rare letter 'J' for pub quizzes
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gph 5:46 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Crystal Palace was called Crystal Palace after the Crystal Palace was moved there from Hyde Park, after the Exhibition of whenever it was.

Used to be home to the National Stadium before Wembley.

yngwies Cat 5:28 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
I think my first home match ?

zebthecat 5:19 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Crystal Palace is very much a place actually.

ted fenton 5:14 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
One time chairman of Port Vale and owner of it's ground Norman Smurthwaite is a very good friend of my brother.

BillyJenningsBoots 5:10 Tue May 25
Re: Port Vale
Far Cough 2:29 Tue May 25

Obviously the Nam Arsenal comes from Woolwich Arsenal - their original name - but yes no such place either!

Are they the only 2 clubs not named after a place?

Oh hang on Crystal Palace just sprung to mind.. so thats 3...

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