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
32%
  
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%
  



Coffee 1:58 Fri Sep 16
Saturday & weekend football
*FRIDAY*

ASTON VILLA vs SOUTHAMPTON (2000)
Villa have a chance to leapfrog their visitors and get their season up and running. The Saints would prefer not to oblige and themselves have the opportunity to gain one or more points in what could be a vital game for both sides come the end of the season. A win could even take them into the top six. This will be a hard-fought game that’s unlikely to end goalless. Draw.

NOTTINGHAM FOREST vs FULHAM (2000)
Another potential six-pointer later in the season, although Fulham have started well and find themselves in the top 10. Aside from one aberration, Forest have conceded 10 in five of their opening six games and despite significant investment in new players there’s little to suggest that much will change this evening. Is the game there for the visitors’ taking? Possibly, but don’t bank on it. Draw.


*SATURDAY*

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS vs MANCHESTER CITY (1230)
Also known as Wolves vs Haaland. No chance for the hosts, not a hope. Away win.

NEWCASTLE UNITED vs BOURNEMOUTH (1500)
As a side that many thought were relegation favourites, the Cherries have so far defied expectation in their accumulation of seven points – and a 9-0 walloping. By the same token, the Magpies, who many expected to among the European places, are also on seven points. But the hosts are still stronger, much stronger, and should canter to all three points with ease. Home win.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs LEICESTER CITY (1730)
Spurs sit one point below current leaders, Arsenal, while poor old Leicester hold the rest of the table on their shoulders, having managed just one draw in their six games to date. Is that going to change? Nope, and the hosts will finish the day at the top of the table. Let the crowing begin. Home win.



*SUNDAY*

BRENTFORD vs ARSENAL (1200)
Arsenal will have nightmares when they recall the corresponding fixture last season. Brentford have made another strong start to the season, but won’t be strong enough to replicate last year’s introduction to the Premier League. Away win.

EVERTON vs WEST HAM UNITED (1415)
Two sides on four points, one managed by the other’s former boss, one by a son of the other’s soil. Though traditionally not a welcoming destination in terms of points gained, Goodison has seen fit to increase its generosity in recent times. Everton’s poor start to the season offers hope that this trend may continue today. Scamacca’s scorcher in Europe on Thursday will have given him and the whole team a lift that, with luck, will carry forward into the league this afternoon. It looks like Cornet has started to find his West Ham feet and his creativity more than deserves a starting spot. On VAR, whose relentless efforts to cause misery and pervert the course of justice now warrant anticipatory recognition, tosser of distinction Mike Dean sits in front of the telly while Michael Oliver – one of the few officials with an ounce of gumption – has the whistle. Key man: Declan Rice. Away win.


*CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP*
The Blades sit atop the table with the Canaries squawking up their backsides. Today, they visit Preston (12th) and host West Brom (20th), respectively. After a gap of four points – the largest gap in the table – things are as tight as the proverbial duck’s arse, with the next 10 sides separated by just three points. It’s no less congested further down as three points differentiate 12th from the drop zone, currently occupied by Swansea, Huddersfield and the hapless Coventry. There are few, if any, games that really stand out today. All games kick off at 3.00pm, except for the riveting prospect of Middlesboro vs Rotherham at 1945.

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Coffee 4:05 Sun Sep 18
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happygilmore 3:16 Sun Sep 18

That sounds horribly familiar.

happygilmore 3:54 Sun Sep 18
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scouse kid 2:22 Sun Sep 18
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Arsenal have an injury so instead of naming only 8 subs including 2 keepers they put a 15 year old on the bench for the experience

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Looks like he is coming on for the last few minutes.

Nice one Arteta (who I typically can't stand).

ironsofcanada 3:17 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
One point of optimism for me in our current situation -

How clueless Arteta looked at some points in his tenure.

happygilmore 3:16 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
Is this the season Arsenal don't do the usual, crumble?

They have certainly added a backbone and a decent goal scorer. Got their transfer business done early and weren't involved in the last minute scramble .

Brentford are a strange team. Can look great one week and than less than ordinary another week.

terry-h 3:06 Sun Sep 18
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I was surprised at Kasper Schmeichel leaving Leicester in the summer but he's almost 36 so I suppose Rodgers thought his deputy was ready to take over. Ha ha.

We have a similar problem. Fabianski is around the same age as Kasper, but Areola has yet to convince me he is ready to take over in the first team. He always looks shaky and nervous to me.

What shall we do? Get Nathan Trott back from his loan spell? (Now I am fucking joking!)

Manuel 2:34 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
This has been a truly awful weekend of PL football, Spuds game aside.

scouse kid 2:22 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
Arsenal have an injury so instead of naming only 8 subs including 2 keepers they put a 15 year old on the bench for the experience

Browno22 1:46 Sun Sep 18
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Arsenal have a player on their bench who was born in MARCH 2007

Tomshardware 10:18 Sun Sep 18
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We made them look ordinary, Richarlson is a horrible cunt, wish he'd fucked off out of English football.

onsideman 10:18 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
Son equalled our goal tally for the season on his own in 13 minutes. Lol

Spurs are weird though. They won deservedly but the scoreline definitely flattered them again

Manuel 8:05 Sun Sep 18
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Coffee - It's a bit depressing how far they are ahead of us now. Kane and Son are on a completely different level to what we have, and a world class coach, and no, I won't fuck off and support Spurs :-)

Coffee 7:41 Sun Sep 18
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'Crock of shit' is a great expression.

Manuel 7:04 Sun Sep 18
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Browno22 9:19 Sat Sep 17

''This spurs team are nothing at all. The usual flat track bullies but will end up 6th or 7th. They will turn on their manager within a few weeks''


What a crock of shit that is!

zebthecat 12:05 Sun Sep 18
Re: Saturday & weekend football
Thanks for that stat happy. I am proud of our record now.
Rodgers is gone. The Leicester board have time to sort something out with the international break coming up.
Fuck knows who they get in.

Alex G 11:54 Sat Sep 17
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Typical West Ham... have the best defender in the world at the time and still set unbreakable goals conceded records!

Barty 11:34 Sat Sep 17
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LOL COULDN´T THEY BRAKE THAT RECORD FFS

happygilmore 11:07 Sat Sep 17
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22 - Leicester's 22 goals conceded is the most any side has shipped after seven games of a Premier League season, and the most in the top-flight since 1965-66 (West Ham, also 22)

scouse kid 10:01 Sat Sep 17
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That Ward is verging on the Roberto levels of shit

Browno22 9:55 Sat Sep 17
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The only leicester player I would take is Barnes. Can you explain the other 3 please Hugh?

daveyg 9:48 Sat Sep 17
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Fofane only played 15 games last season. Not down to losing him.
Both them n us have had a poor 2022.
Leicester still have 4 players I would take

Browno22 9:42 Sat Sep 17
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Sven, they may have some half decent players. Unfortunately for them none of those decent players are in the back 5. They are gone.

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