WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



The Stoat 12:08 Sat Jul 16
Reading
Full squad travelling today and being streamed


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Hammer Oz 8:59 Mon Jul 18
Re: Reading
Fuck me, some miserable pricks on here

Swiss. 4:38 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
I don't want an unmotivated Lingard as a "false 9". I want a proper no 9 who van replace Antonio when needed and not have us change our game.

Also why the fuck Cresswell is still first choice LB another position where we need to buy a replacement. I'll never forgive him for his Europa League fuck ups.

For me we've 3 weeks to season start and well into our pre-season work out.

Moyes out you useless cunt.

claret on my shirt 11:57 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
Best moment for me was some long haired, big lad who was sweating like a rapist in nursery (i guess West Ham) beating the shit out of the free bus because the driver would not let him on it.

simon.s 9:58 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
Spurs and Arsenal identified strikers and got them in, so they could do so preseason games and get up to speed and get acquainted with their new teammates, while we’re still chasing some cunt who’s doing tik tok videos to impress his followers, whilst doing himself no favours in the meantime.

gph 2:29 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
The result in proper friendlies should be irrelevant.

'Tis a time for experimentation and learning from it.

Didn't we have shit friendlies before 85-6?

(Ok, we had a shit start to the proper games, too, which cost us the title... But that's a minor fact)

chim chim cha boo 2:17 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
Maybe we should be winning these games 6 or 7 nil to convince the two-bob Stalin that a few million for a backup striker and one of his famous 'little gifts ' which he himself has called a 'bet on a foreigner' and we're set, right?

yngwies Cat 1:16 Sun Jul 17
Re: Reading
Reading , See Brighton

Pre season ladies and gents. No need to get excited..


Be nice to see a win at the fuckin tin pot though..

Romfordboy 9:55 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
With the way Antonio has been playing for the last 6 months any striker we get shouldn’t be worried about playing time.

13 Brentford Rd 8:16 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
A couple of others had same issues Rio's. Maybe it works okay on. TV, didn't see the option to cast, will try it next time if the option is there.
Only other times I've used WHU tech was to buy tickets, selecting seats was impossible on my phone.

Do they use the same tech as WHO...

Jimmy Neighbour 7:44 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Same old. The keeper looks a clown, and Fornals is just a dreadful fucking footballer.

Moyes OUT.

Mike Oxsaw 7:40 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
riosleftsock 7:14 Sat Jul 16

Was that from the Apple store?

I have a Sansung "smart" phone and a Huawei tablet. Google Play wouldn't even offer the chance to install the app, despite it claiming it was compatible with both of them.

riosleftsock 7:14 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
13, first time I've used the app. It worked absolutely perfectly, I casted to my tv.

Probably check settings in your phone.

Eerie Descent 7:11 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
No real surprise is there?

We're weak on our left side, especially defensively but also going forward.

Diop is still not very good.

We need strikers.

Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was.

13 Brentford Rd 7:09 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
.......& yes the app was shit, same issues here with the stream going into sleep mode every 2 mins.

scott_d 7:09 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Had some woeful and amazing pre-season results and run ins in previous seasons.

Very rarely do we look the same going into the first meaningful games.

Nice to get to watch some of the games but the problem being people start judging us and how well/bad we are going to be doing when the main purpose of the games is fitness.

13 Brentford Rd 7:07 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Woeful upfront, didn't create one chance bar Vlassic's goal which came from a Bowen cross.
Cresswell was finished last season, no idea why Moyes is persevering with him, would rather Johnson there if we don't sign another LB.
Arthur and Vlassic need outing too.

simon.s 7:00 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Offside or not, the boy took the chance well. We were sloppy in front of goal. Need a couple of strikers sharpish.

onsideman 6:58 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
The already very limited enjoyment on offer was further impacted by the clubs IT dept not making sure the App has whatever work around is needed to stop the screen going to sleep. Fucking hopeless

We beat them 3-0 last pre season, didn't we? Can't get those reinforcements soon enough.

Aguerd looked composed. Cresswell and Arthur axis just dreadful. Antonio's touch was hopeless

the exile 6:57 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Not much to say about that, really. Pretty underwhelming.

Sir Alf 6:57 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Booooo !!!

2 points thrown away! Moyes makes far too many subs, too early at the same time etc. Etc.

Actually, mostly about fitness but can see why another strong centre mid needed and while Johnson was solid at left back that flank is our weakest still.

Oh and we need some forwards and more creativity as we still lack a cutting edge against teams that sit deep and play the counter attacking game

Other than that all is fine and dandy :-)

Eerie Descent 6:55 Sat Jul 16
Re: Reading
Fuck me Alf, some people are too small, some are too tall, make your mind up.

Said it so many times, everyone is going to realise how lucky we've been to have Fabianski when he retires.

And please, CAN WE SIGN A FUCKING LEFT BACK

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