WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
26%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
26%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
45%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Mattie Mulshun 1:33 Sun Dec 12
Who do you want to see go down?
NEWCASTLE
Southampton
Burnley

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El Scorchio 2:37 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Burnley will probably be ok. They have a lot of games in hand. Everton won’t go down.

Norwich and Watford look nailed on. Just not good enough. Newcastle are a fucking mess but could try to buy their way out of trouble next month and squeeze out of the zone but they look shit and are in disarray and somewhere that cunt Bruce is probably saying ‘I told you so’. It’s hard to look past those three at the moment though.

Unless Brentford or Saints have a meltdown then it’s three of the current bottom five. I guess the virus and random teams being decimated by it or games being cancelled could have a big effect depending on how fixtures eventually fall.

pdbis 2:05 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Would love to see Man Utd,Spurs & Liverpool get relegated in an ideal world, but this season it will be Norwich, Newcastle and either Burnley or Watford.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:21 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Gislaine Maxwell

Alwaysaniron 7:17 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle

Everton

Southampton


Utopia would be Spurs; Chelsea and Liverpool

Manuel 3:11 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
I get that it's funny if a big club drops, but as I said before I'm okay with the likes of Leeds, Everton or a Villa to stay in the PL as a game against them is far more appealing than playing the likes of Norwich, Brentford, Burnley etc, particularly the away days.

As Dog says if Newcastle drop it only delays the inevitable, so not really that fussed if they stay up or not. Would like to see Burnley go, Dyche and Co have outstayed their welcome, about time they fucked off.

Alfs 2:31 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Norwich, as they're only here for the parachute payments.

From the contenders -

Watford, as their owners need to realise that you can't change the manager every time there's a full moon.

Newcastle, as I've never met a Geordie male who wasn't a cunt, and it will be amusing to see the Arab's away to Stoke, with their marquee signing, Andy Carrol, injured until 2045.

I've grown to like Dyche over the years, and considering his transfer budget is counted in the change machine outside Asda, he's done a fine job, so I'd like Burnley to stay up.

Grumpster 1:52 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Almost a given that every other cunt has said them, but if Newcastle went a few months after the monstrous buyout with no cunt wanting to then join them irrespective of what wage they're offered, that would be funny.

Those cunts Watford will probably save them though.

Mad Dog 1:48 Fri Dec 31
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
I don't really care who joins them, but I desperately want Newcastle to go down.

Delay their inevitable reign by a little bit at least.

Nutsin 11:51 Thu Dec 30
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle
Villa
Leeds

That would be my choice.

Doubt Norwich survives though.

Sydney_Iron 11:36 Thu Dec 30
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Well Norwich is a given! then seeing Watford the other night, that makes 2, last place will be between Newcastle and Burnley, hope its Newcastle............

Leeds and Brentford could also be in danger if they go on a bad run, but can see Leeds will improve as injured players return and Brentford have some fight in them.

twoleftfeet 11:27 Thu Dec 30
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle
Burnley
Aston Villa

ray winstone 11:04 Thu Dec 30
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Burnley getting a good hiding tonight, it’s about time their non-football, football got an airing back in the Championship.

Sniper 4:18 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Well if the teams who could realistically go, Newcastle, Burnley and Brentford

The geordies for the hilarity of it

Burnley because they are just so dull and I hate every game we play against them

And Brentford because I’m still not over the extent of their shithousery all through our game against them

gph 2:29 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
A tie between 19 clubs.

With us the exception.

Wouldn't care much who lost the play-offs...

Irons10 2:11 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Would like to see:
Newcastle
Leeds
Everton


But I think it will be:
Norwich
Burnley
Watford

scott_d 1:18 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle would be brilliant.

Obviosuly Spurs but won't happen.

Crystal Palace
Watford
Newcastle

Palace and Watford are nothing clubs.

Wilko Johnson 11:36 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Leeds
Leeds
and
Leeds

southbankbornnbred 11:30 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle
Tottenham
and Tottenham again.

Fifth Column 11:28 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle, Everton and Leeds would be the most useful as the teams who are potentially rivals to us in terms of finances and crowds.

However, Southampton, Watford and Norwich are dull places to visit and as away matches are the best thing about football, I'd be very happy if those three went down.

tanman 11:14 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Newcastle without a doubt. I think Everton will get the odd result to keep them up.

GreenStreetPlayer 9:56 Wed Dec 15
Re: Who do you want to see go down?
Everton.
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