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
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
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

Coffee 1:20 Fri Nov 5
Saturday football

The Saints have pulled their socks up of late and now find themselves above today’s opponents, whose socks are at ankle level. Four defeats on the trot isn’t a great way to go into this game and the Saints will look to be as uncharitable as they can tonight. Home win.


The day’s biggie, if you exclude the Brentford game. Who’d be in OGS’s shoes? But he’s been here before and emerged. City will want to win to keep them in the title race. United will be playing for their manager’s future. What’s the greater motivation? Away win.

Brentford have amassed 12 points, five more than Burnley who occupy the place immediately below the dotted line. Despite their early season success, survival must remain the target for the Bees. Survival, you feel, is beyond Norwich’s capacity and desire. A free three points on offer for the hosts. They just have to take them. Home win.

A free hit for Burnley, who are expected to lose. Which they will. But wouldn’t it be fun if they pulled off a surprise win? Which they won’t. Home win.

Two sides on the up. Despite expectations, Palace have shown bottle and intent in some recent performances. They’ll need both if they’re to get past high-flying Wolves, who don’t seem to be missing Nuno. Home win.

Brighton have dropped a few places of late, but manager Potter is still spoken about as a possible England boss. He’ll be glad to be rid of that kind of talk as all eyes will be on Newcastle who may arrive with a new boss of their own. Whoever they appoint has one heck of a job on his hands. Home win.


El hombre del glossy hair versus il signore di tinker. Possibly the last thing Mikel Arteta’s resurgent Gunners would want is to come up against a team capable as much of sublimity as of fan-castrating desperation. How does anyone prepare for that? Still, Arsenal are at home and seem to have got their confidence back. They should see off the Hornets comfortably. Home win.

Another battle of Spanish and Italian bosses, and probably not one that Rafa would want. His Everton side have slipped down the table in recent games. Today’s visitors have done likewise, but have the established benefit of new manager bounce. And Harry Kane has a point to prove. Or should have. Away win.

Bielsa just hasn’t got his side going yet this season, although they’re only three points from mid-table. Which is where the Foxes sit. They’ll be expecting to climb a place or two at the final whistle. Away win.

The last Premier League fixture before another international break and always one to look forward to. Last time out, Brighton showed that the Reds’ defence is not invincible as the sides shared four goals at Anfield. With Brentford also having put three past them a few weeks ago, Antonio, Bowen, Fornals et al will hope to do likewise. The trouble is that they’ve got Salah et al, who will be in no mood to show mercy to our back line or to Fabianski. They’ll have to be at their sharpest and best this afternoon. Liverpool will be the strongest side we’ve met this season and have been scoring at will in their recent games, while we’ve been winning by the solitary goal, apart from last week. This should be a really competitive encounter and if we can stop them scoring early there’s no reason the fans can’t emerge from it with their psyches intact. Draw.

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nychammer 10:58 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
2 games won in 8, 9 goals all season and spurs still manage to be 9th. How shot are the rest of the bottom half with stats like that.

boleyn8420 8:40 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Wonder what Klippety will blame this on, ref, weather, us playing the Beatles at the end. It will be something the graceless cunt

nich the d 6:52 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football

No shots on target for the whole game again for Spurs.
That's 2 1/2 games without a shot on target...

twoleftfeet 5:59 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Cheating cunts Arsenal.

Coffee 5:52 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Come on, Everton...

Coffee 5:51 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Shouldn't have been. Momentum carried him, Spurs player just got in the way.

The Hammers 5:49 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
How on earth that was a red card?

twoleftfeet 5:49 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
He won the fucking ball there! Football has gone soft.

nychammer 5:48 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
“Had the balls”

nychammer 5:46 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Just imagine if the FA glass the balls to dock the big 6 a few points for their footballing super league insurrection. We could be top.

irisiris95 5:31 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Will Neverton bundle one in one wonders??
They look terrible tbh

Coffee 5:25 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Lucky, lucky Spurs. Penalty overturned.

Pee Wee 5:24 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Mad innit.

Assuming we steer clear of an injury crisis I’ll be amazed if we didn’t finish above this lot

Eerie Descent 5:18 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Arsenal could be on joint points with us by the end of today, fuck knows how they've managed it as they are bang average.

Lato 4:54 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
According to the BBC stats Spurs haven't had a shot on target again in the first half today. That's got to be 3 hours of Premier League football without troubling the keeper 🤣🤣🤣

twoleftfeet 4:36 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Bit harsh I thought.

Great save though.

⚒️ 4:34 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Danny Rose - what a cunt.

ted fenton 4:22 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Is it me or are Referee's finally getting to grips with the divers ? Richarlison being one of the worst offenders has been told to get up 4 times already !
Long may it continue.

Capitol Man 4:15 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Can’t decide if I want to see spurs or arsenal lose….

Coffee 4:06 Sun Nov 7
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Huggie 4:02 Sun Nov 7

They're all sitting at home waiting to watch our game on TV.

Huggie 4:02 Sun Nov 7
Re: Saturday football
Emirates half empty at kick off. Poor from Arsenal

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