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
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
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
25%
  



Dandy Lyon 9:07 Thu Sep 2
World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
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Northern Sold 11:46 Wed Sep 8
Re: 200
Ben on the piss all day on the norfolk broads... only saw the last 15 mins... WC from Sir Arold... and too be fair great equaliser from the polacks... no damage done...

White Pony 11:43 Wed Sep 8
Re: 200
Got to love it when teams celebrate a draw like it’s a massive victory. Sloppy from England late on there. They’ll still qualify though.

joe royal 11:29 Wed Sep 8
200

White Pony 11:19 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
That’s a lovely strike to be fair to the mouth breather.

Far Cough 11:18 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
KANE

1964 11:15 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Not getting much from the ref

arsene york-hunt 11:14 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Poo Hatch?

Any Old Iron 11:10 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
More Southgate inspired farting about. Plod, plod, plod.

Kane playing shit - again.

And still Mount does fuck all.

White Pony 10:37 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Can see England losing this one. They are far too predictable going forward.

White Pony 10:24 Wed Sep 8
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Fornals gives Spain the lead in Kosovo.

WestHamClaretAndBlue 6:59 Sat Sep 4
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I put a code for everyone on here to get a discount as well, any orders would be much appreciated.

If anyone is interested you can use code WESTHAMONL for the discount.

Kaiser Zoso 11:28 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Two intransigent sides. So it's of zero benefit?



Cheers

BRANDED 11:04 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
There is an elongated history to taking the knee that is political. That cant be eradicated . So, no matter what the footballers say, and it looks 100% in good faith, that history remains.

Unfortunately they are now in a place where they cant really change. In some ways I’m ok with this as it directly confronts the issue but, now you have two intransigent sides arguing their point and not listening. Where have yoo heard that before?

Wils 11:02 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Hammer and Pickle wrote.

"and it comes crashing down as soon as the real intention of the gesture, which is to show respect to black people, is clearly presented."

The real intention of the gesture was plastered over their shirts and is written in block capitals on Sky Sports every match I watch. Anyone with an ounce of political literacy knows the context of this gesture and knows the toxicity of that context: Critical Race Theory.

Hammer and Pickle 10:57 Sat Sep 4
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Your whole position rests on this fallacy

"There is nothing inherently offensive about the gesture, -- evidently there is."

and it comes crashing down as soon as the real intention of the gesture, which is to show respect to black people, is clearly presented. You choose to take offence at the gesture, and that reveals your lack of dignity and moral corruption.

Wils 10:48 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Hammer and Pickle wrote...

"In the interests of clarity," -- I think you meant pomposity

"There is nothing inherently offensive about the gesture," -- evidently there is.

"and it is certainly not a declaration of belief in Marxist ideology (how utterly preposterous!)." -- yes, but no one had even made that claim. It's your strawman.

"What the choice to boo says about the person indulging in it is all about their lack of self-respect and moral poverty, " -- Quite the opposite. To stand in a crowd and allow yourself to be cast as an oppressor without a murmur is moral poverty. Demeaning oneself by remaining silent to the march of identity politics through our culture, let alone our sports, is just storing up trouble further down the line. A conflict delayed is a conflict multiplied.

Wils 10:46 Sat Sep 4
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Hammer and Pickle wrote...

"In the interests of clarity," < I think you meant pomposity

"There is nothing inherently offensive about the gesture,"

Hammer and Pickle 10:30 Sat Sep 4
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I'm not implying that at all.

What things seem like for you is certainly a product of something and it's certainly not helping you find any dignity or self-respect.

Wils 10:25 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Hammer and Pickle wrote...

"You'd feel very much at home among that kind of Pole. On the other hand, there are many educated, well-travelled cool people who very much appreciate the intention. They'd find you entirely unpalatable."

If they are educated they will appreciate that correlation doesn't mean causation. The educated having certain opinions is more likely to be a product of their social class, not their education. One of the best educations available in this country is Eton and then Oxford. You seem to be implying that old Etonians opinions are to be held in higher regard than comprehensive school educated bricklayer.

As for cool opinions. I am always a little suspicious of people who only hold fashionable opinions. It could be a sign of lack of principles. Someone who needs to be liked more than they need to be right.

Mike Oxsaw 9:07 Sat Sep 4
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Never mind all these suits-satisfying Internationals - and don't kid yourself that you qualify as a "suit": FA Cup Qualifying day today - Proper ENGLISH football for proper ENGLISH people.

Side of Ham 7:25 Fri Sep 3
Re: World Cup Qualifiers - Hungary v England
Pickles been watching his Scooby Doo boxset AGAIN........

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