West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby 1495 » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:23 pm

palerider wrote:
deanox wrote:Palace game is going to be huge or Bilic. I honestly don't believe we will be relegated as there are worse teams than us, but if we don't start playing with some belief I think Slav's contract will not be renewed.

I can't see that either. And I don't think we'll go down.

But some serious thinking needs to be done in the summer.

Blame who you want but I wish the season would end tomorrow.

It's been Fubar, to quote Stephen King.

Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition.


Incredibly naive post.
Do you honestly think next season will be different? Why wish your life away to be greeted by the same scenario?
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby terrya1965 » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:28 pm

LondonWelsh wrote:Even the lighting wasn't working right tonight.

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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby LondonWelsh » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:33 pm

palerider wrote:
deanox wrote:Palace game is going to be huge or Bilic. I honestly don't believe we will be relegated as there are worse teams than us, but if we don't start playing with some belief I think Slav's contract will not be renewed.

I can't see that either. And I don't think we'll go down.

But some serious thinking needs to be done in the summer.

Blame who you want but I wish the season would end tomorrow.

It's been Fubar, to quote Stephen King.

Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition.


I think come the summer the whole lot should go. What's turning out to be a hideous settling in season needs whole new ethos from the ball boys to the chairman. And the next coach is going to need players who can play on large pitches in big stadiums with confidence but not Red Bull United.
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Oldun » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:34 pm

LondonWelsh wrote:Even the lighting wasn't working right tonight.

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First time I have smiled tonight,SHITE
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Whiskyman » Sat Jan 07, 2017 12:55 am

Shortshanks wrote:
Mysticbadger07 wrote:
Shortshanks wrote:Surely one of the owners was on TV the other day bragging about being a billionaire !!


Doesn't like spending it on the club though :i am genuinely amused:

They are only in it to make themselves richer !!


WHAT !! You mean they didn't buy the club for love?!!? I must go and lie down. In fact I may never bother getting up again. You have destroyed my belief in the SAVIOURS. Where's my razor blades?
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Maz » Sat Jan 07, 2017 1:38 am

whufc_crest Only positive for me was seeing our new siqining get a run out at the end of the game didn't realise we had siqned Spider-Man that fucker Sullivan kept that one under his hat :D :D :D
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby JayK » Sat Jan 07, 2017 11:01 am

I got to hear the 1st half in the car on the way home. I decided not to bother switching the 2nd half on when I got in.
To me it definitely sounded like heads had dropped when feghoulis great chance was missed.

I've just watched Slavs interview on BBC sport and he really looks and sounds a broken man.

I agree with those saying it's not because of the stadium and the board etc that we're getting thumped like this, it's because the team are a collectively lazy and sulky bunch of twats who need to snap out of this 'poor me' victim attitudeand get the tough, never say die attitude back.

We saw how quickly we were able to get out of the relegation scrap.....well we can get back in there just as quickly. They need to sort their heads out, and they need to do it quick!!
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby palerider » Sat Jan 07, 2017 11:05 am

JayK wrote:I got to hear the 1st half in the car on the way home. I decided not to bother switching the 2nd half on when I got in.
To me it definitely sounded like heads had dropped when feghoulis great chance was missed.

I've just watched Slavs interview on BBC sport and he really looks and sounds a broken man.

I agree with those saying it's not because of the stadium and the board etc that we're getting thumped like this, it's because the team are a collectively lazy and sulky bunch of twats who need to snap out of this 'poor me' victim attitudeand get the tough, never say die attitude back.

We saw how quickly we were able to get out of the relegation scrap.....well we can get back in there just as quickly. They need to sort their heads out, and they need to do it quick!!

They played well at Anfield and Swansea. We had 25 shots at Leicester. Every win at home in the league has been a struggle. It's everything to do with the stadium.
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby jhammers » Sat Jan 07, 2017 11:25 am

Sorry for the big writing but i couldn't copy my tweet!
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