Sky are a contemptible bunch of cunts.FlatCapDave wrote:That win was made even sweeter by the fact that it was on Sky, and that they had went about their business in their usual manner when it comes to West Ham.
David Moyes in studio, being asked a load of questions like "if you had some of that 100 million to spend David, would you have fucked it up on a load of duds like Pelle did? Or would you have been more sensible, knowing your place as little West Ham manager and opted not to try and rise above your station?"
"No, I would have gone about it differently. We knew the defence wasn't right, so I'd have tried to sort that out."
Yeah, nice one Dave. You do know we've bought a French under 21 international who looks the fucking business, don't you? And the lad Balbuena hasn't looked too bad since signing, has he?
You'd have likely been shopping for the usual shite, and considering you spent almost ten million on Jordan fucking Hugill let's just all be thankful that you didn't get "some of that 100 million to spend."
There's a reason why Pellegrini is being paid nearly twenty times what you were on, and why you're alternating between punditry jobs and riding the New York metro in your spare time.
The whole pre-match show was geared towards us collapsing and losing this game, so they could talk about how much of a forward-thinking go-getter Marco Silva is, and how West Ham are shite.
I recently switched to BT so was able to watch the bacon-dodgers lose in the last 5 minutes after dominating the game last night and really felt for them.
Unfortunately, they too are Bindipper apologists. Everything the perennial victims do is laced with gold and has been since Sky took over English football. And for Sky there are always clubs in meltdown of which West Ham are their favourite. Sure, they gave Everton themselves air-time last season after a bad start having spent a fortune, but not to the extent they're obsessed with us. And when Shrek took over, their all-time bestest mate, Jim White was practically wanking himself into a stupor live on tv.
Now that Natalie Sawyer isn't on the screen I rarely watch Sky.
Not that after one game we're suddenly top 6 material because we're not, but there's nothing like making a crisis out of a drama.