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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
33%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
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
7%
  



Sven Roeder 12:04 Tue Jun 14
Paddington Bear
Your boys took one hell of a beating

Australia 0 Peru 0 AET
Australia win 5-4 on pens and qualify for the 2022 World Cup
5 World Cups in succession, COBBER

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goose 3:01 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Site retard can’t remember simple information.

Imagine my shock.

⚒️ 2:41 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
goose is the ultimate glory hunter if you think about it.

Supports Italy over England because 1 of his grandparents was a wop.

Wouldn’t surprise me if Juve was his Italian side.

goose 2:23 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Still obsessed I see.

⚒️ 2:18 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
To be fair, goose could learn a thing or two from Sven.

Northern Sold 2:17 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Sven Roeder 10:56 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
To be clear I grew up in Perth following Aust rules football so I have no interest in rugby (union or league) which are vastly inferior games.



What like games that have taken off on a world global stage... where as Aussie Rules... is well... just a load od blokes running around in tight vests and tight shorts?? No wonder you like and all the rest of those benders down under embrace it...

Side of Ham 11:00 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
You partly grew up in Perth as you went when you was 5……you’ve since spent most your adult life here…. the only thing that is clear is that your are not really Australian…..

Sven Roeder 10:56 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
To be clear I grew up in Perth following Aust rules football so I have no interest in rugby (union or league) which are vastly inferior games.
I wanted Declan Rice to win the Euros and I follow international football.
To be honest unless D Rice is in the team as a West Ham player I would prefer Bobby Moore to be the only England captain to have won something
Hope thats clear

Side of Ham 10:49 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Svennie you clearly prefer cricket you even start a lot of the cricket threads and if you don’t start them you constantly post inane events usually to do with promoting that country you don’t come from…. if Australia were better at Rugby Union you would gladly jump on that bandwagon but their dominance was a while ago now….you openly say you swap out what national football team you follow when someone pulled you up about posting about the England football team…..and you got all narky…..you are not Australian but choose to try and antagonise your own people…. what else is it if it’s not glory hunting?……you following West Ham is just cover for you to act the cunt on here about how great your favourite sports team is over your real country of origin…..

Sven Roeder 10:05 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Glory hunting?
This will be Australia's 6th World Cup finals appearance since they first attempted to qualify in 1966 (not a FIFA member previously)
In those appearances they have won 2 of 16 matches

I was once accused of supporting Australia at cricket because they win all the time (not true)
Still waiting for the response when I pointed out when I started following cricket as a child England held the Ashes.
And did so for 14 of the first 18 years I was supporting Australia

Given I also support West Ham I dont think glory hunter is a particularly APPOSITE tag

Side of Ham 9:51 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Svennie you div, football is their no1 sport that’s not the case for a country you’ve barely lived in except for your puberty so you have this juvenile idea you are Australian…. grow up and stop glory hunting…..

Sven Roeder 9:49 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Wilde I think you mean, K Spacey

"Millions are to be grabbed out here and your only competition is idiots. Don’t let this get around."
Herman Mankiewicz.

Kaiser Zoso 9:38 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Oscar Wild said that the Irish would do anything for their country, except live there.

That's you, that is.

Sven Roeder 9:34 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
Oh no!
Seems its a country of Peruvian ponces quaffing Pink Gins down the cricket (AND MOST LIKELY TENNIS) club.
What a shattering blow for Sidey who has been in despair contemplating the poor simple people who had nothing to live for.

rubble 5:21 Thu Jun 16
Re: Paddington Bear
On a tangent, I've posted before about a boat built by the Thames Iron Workers that is still sailing on Lake Titicaca - the Yavari - interesting story. The engineers who came over to assemble the boats on the lake may well have introduced football to the locals. Equally, rugby and cricket were introduced by expats to Peru. Last time I was in the Lima Cricket Club, it was like a throwback to 50s Britain - pictures of a young Queen and Winston on the walls and pink gin all round.

Irish Hammer 9:35 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear

Quick google, it seems both Peru and Columbia have both Creicket and rugby teams.


Possibly shit ones. But ones on the international circuit none the less the Peru football crowd are always very aesthetically pleasing it must be said …..

https://www.google.ie/amp/s/metro.co.uk/2014/06/15/kevin-kilbane-laps-up-new-world-cup-role-by-bagging-picture-with-stunning-colombian-4762345/amp/

Side of Ham 3:52 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
Nope i'm saying cunts like you who don't even come from Australia shouldn't gloat about it and start cunty threads taking the piss out of a football loving country like Peru........you are really shit at trying to back someone into a corner.......

Sven Roeder 2:06 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
Unfortunately international sport is often unfair and some countries have more resources than others.
Missing out on the World Cup on a penalty shootout is obviously very disappointing but you are not saying Australia should have kicked their pens over the bar because they play cricket and rugby and the poor Peruvians have nothing else? Are you?

If we talking about rewarding 'passion' perhaps England should give up their spot to the Hungarians?
Euro finalists and last night the only people left for the last 10 mins were booing the team and manager.
On a day England won a Test match.
Dont think the Hungarians have a cricket or rugby team
The poor mites

master 11:58 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
https://youtu.be/-CnI1a36F5w

Fun of football.

Side of Ham 11:50 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
Peru loves it’s football and the game offers a bit of hope and happiness to a poor nation in this case.

Australia doesn’t really like football as much as other sports and it’s a wasted qualification compared to other nations who love the sport.

You love your sport Svennie so surely you can see yet again you’ve been a gloating cunt starting this thread about a country you don’t belong to beating another that needs what football brings more…..

Sven Roeder 11:03 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
Oceania is a bit of a joke confederation .... 8 countries , NZ plus 7 tropical islands competing for 0.5 of a spot ie a playoff v a N American country

It should be rolled up into Asia where Australia are .... geographically and in football level
46 countries competing for 4.5 spots .... 4 direct and a playoff with the 5th team from S America
S America have 4.5 spots from 10 countries

Some people seem to think that some countries should have ZERO qualification spots for the WORLD CUP

Norman 10:59 Wed Jun 15
Re: Paddington Bear
May be Ireland and Scotland should compete in the North American qualifying or African as its easier.

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