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Discussion in 'General Football' started by Stoof, Oct 14, 2010.
Big loss for them today against Birmingham
W.Ham must have thought it was going to be a good weekend for them if they beat Brum and Wolves were expected to lose to Man U.
Good, I hope they are relegated yet again and stay the fuck down there this time. I'll be glad of the peace and quiet from their yapping.
They still got to play liverpool(h),Us(A),man u(h),chelsea(a),man shitty(a).
Read through a lot of that thread on KUMB. No idea why, must be getting bored of my worm farm.
A point that is missing from their discussion on the attendance of our Champions League games, which theyre constantly (correctly) referencing as being 32-33k, is that (and mistake me if I'm wrong) this is because 5+ rows from behind each goal had to be covered, as well as away fans not taking up all allocation and finally I'm sure that there wouldve been a lot of uefa/sponsor tickets allocated that didnt get taken up.
I'm pretty sure all our Europe games are nigh on impossible getting tickets to.
crap i do hope they stay up though..if not we will not get our 6 mil from robbie keane..
Correct. There are even online delays
I find victories over West Ham more satisfying than most other wins, so I'd kind of miss the games if they went down. In fact, I'd only want to see them relegated in a season in which we 'double' them, and ideally after we spank them 9-0 on the last day to give us the title and send them down on goal difference.
I'd prefer to see Villa and Everton go down.
I like going over to KUMB because I had a school teacher who always used to say that there are always people worse off than you. I'm not sure if the point of this lesson was that you should look at them and laugh at them but I also read on KUMB when they were talking about Keane that Jimmy Greaves scored on his West Ham debut so let's hope his loan turns out to be equally as fruitful.
KUMB seems to be the most hate filled placed on the net and that really is an achievement....of sorts.
greaves played like 8 games there and retired. said in his book he hated it and should have just stayed at spurs and battled for his place.
hope they stay up so we get 6 million for keane. hope millwall get promoted so theres world war 3 about 8 times next year
millwall vs west ham 2 league games
spurs vs millwall 2 games
chelsea vs millwall 2 games.
the police will be on overtime half the season if it happens
^ Whats so special about Millwall?
Nawty ****s wiv a narsty firm.
If hear one more **** call Scott Parker 'Scotty Parker', im gunna flip.
So what does getting the OS mean for WH?
They're pretty mixed on kumb.
So do they get a brand new stadium for free? Also are we (as tax payers) paying the £100m to renovate it? So do you think it will be bad for them? Will the running track mean they are miles from the pitch? Hard to know if the stadium will be half empty or if they'll be able to attract new fans. Will it make any difference if they get relegated?? If they do - I bet the tax payers will end up footing the bill.
It wouldn't surprise me if after a few years, they say the runnign track doesn't work and manage to get rid of it. Seems like WH have lucked out today.
Gold & Sullivan will be raking it in from selling UP.
no-one's entirely sure if they have got it yet, seems there's been no vote according to other threads on here...
They won't sell out a 60,000 seater stadium initially , so they'll start offering 1GBP tickets for children under 12, their stadium will be have full of screaming kids. Arsene Wenger will like this and become their new manager and they'll win the title.
not sure if the decision is good for spurs or not. Seems like a god deal. But the only people who definitely win out of this are Gold, Sullivan and Brady.
Why do they need a bigger stadium of they can't sell out Upton Park on a consistent basis? Surely they don't need it for the 5 games a season their demand exceeds their capacity.
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