Let's All Laugh At... Let's All Laugh At West Ham

allatsea

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According to the BBC website Carroll, Nasri and Adrian have been released by West Ham. Nasri must be the worst bit of business by any club in the season just finished.
 

Krule

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According to the BBC website Carroll, Nasri and Adrian have been released by West Ham. Nasri must be the worst bit of business by any club in the season just finished.
Doesn't seem that long ago since he was the rising star of football.....then he slid into obscurity....I never understood West Ham buying him....
 
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West Ham have got their transfer window off to a flyer.

A couple of days ago, they let their Spanish reserve keeper go on a free. That's fair enough. Sometimes you need to freshen things up. Yes, Adrian has extensive Premier League experience, and has put in some decent performances over the years, but he's 32 now and didn't play a single league game last season.

So who have West Ham brought in to freshen things up?

A keeper with experience of the Premier League? Err, no. :unsure:

A fresh, young foreign talent then? Err, no, Roberto is 33, a year older than Adrian :oldman:

A keeper with recent first-team experience then? Err, no. He spent last season on Espanyol's bench. :sleep:

But he must have some first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Malaga in 2017-18. :p

OK, but before that, any other first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Real Zaragoza in 2012-13. :LOL:

So why on earth would they want him? He's free. :greedy:

But what happens if Fabianski gets injured? We all laugh at West Ham. Again. :ROFLMAO:



"I think everyone who follows football knows the importance of this club, so I'm really excited," Roberto said, thereby showing that (a) either he doesn't follow football, (b) he's been sold a pup or (c) someone mistranslated the word 'importance' from the original Spanish.

I'm going for (c).
 

Lilbaz

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West Ham have got their transfer window off to a flyer.

A couple of days ago, they let their Spanish reserve keeper go on a free. That's fair enough. Sometimes you need to freshen things up. Yes, Adrian has extensive Premier League experience, and has put in some decent performances over the years, but he's 32 now and didn't play a single league game last season.

So who have West Ham brought in to freshen things up?

A keeper with experience of the Premier League? Err, no. :unsure:

A fresh, young foreign talent then? Err, no, Roberto is 33, a year older than Adrian :oldman:

A keeper with recent first-team experience then? Err, no. He spent last season on Espanyol's bench. :sleep:

But he must have some first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Malaga in 2017-18. :p

OK, but before that, any other first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Real Zaragoza in 2012-13. :LOL:

So why on earth would they want him? He's free. :greedy:

But what happens if Fabianski gets injured? We all laugh at West Ham. Again. :ROFLMAO:



"I think everyone who follows football knows the importance of this club, so I'm really excited," Roberto said, thereby showing that (a) either he doesn't follow football, (b) he's been sold a pup or (c) someone mistranslated the word 'importance' from the original Spanish.

I'm going for (c).
Impotence?
 
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West Ham have got their transfer window off to a flyer.

A couple of days ago, they let their Spanish reserve keeper go on a free. That's fair enough. Sometimes you need to freshen things up. Yes, Adrian has extensive Premier League experience, and has put in some decent performances over the years, but he's 32 now and didn't play a single league game last season.

So who have West Ham brought in to freshen things up?

A keeper with experience of the Premier League? Err, no. :unsure:

A fresh, young foreign talent then? Err, no, Roberto is 33, a year older than Adrian :oldman:

A keeper with recent first-team experience then? Err, no. He spent last season on Espanyol's bench. :sleep:

But he must have some first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Malaga in 2017-18. :p

OK, but before that, any other first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Real Zaragoza in 2012-13. :LOL:

So why on earth would they want him? He's free. :greedy:

But what happens if Fabianski gets injured? We all laugh at West Ham. Again. :ROFLMAO:



"I think everyone who follows football knows the importance of this club, so I'm really excited," Roberto said, thereby showing that (a) either he doesn't follow football, (b) he's been sold a pup or (c) someone mistranslated the word 'importance' from the original Spanish.

I'm going for (c).
Looking at KUMB via Twitter they seem to be running their end of season awards over 3 days !

Spread out to distract their fans from a real football occasion happening in Madrid.

Good luck with that Sappy Hammers !
 

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West Ham have got their transfer window off to a flyer.

A couple of days ago, they let their Spanish reserve keeper go on a free. That's fair enough. Sometimes you need to freshen things up. Yes, Adrian has extensive Premier League experience, and has put in some decent performances over the years, but he's 32 now and didn't play a single league game last season.

So who have West Ham brought in to freshen things up?

A keeper with experience of the Premier League? Err, no. :unsure:

A fresh, young foreign talent then? Err, no, Roberto is 33, a year older than Adrian :oldman:

A keeper with recent first-team experience then? Err, no. He spent last season on Espanyol's bench. :sleep:

But he must have some first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Malaga in 2017-18. :p

OK, but before that, any other first-team La Liga experience? Yes, he came bottom with Real Zaragoza in 2012-13. :LOL:

So why on earth would they want him? He's free. :greedy:

But what happens if Fabianski gets injured? We all laugh at West Ham. Again. :ROFLMAO:



"I think everyone who follows football knows the importance of this club, so I'm really excited," Roberto said, thereby showing that (a) either he doesn't follow football, (b) he's been sold a pup or (c) someone mistranslated the word 'importance' from the original Spanish.

I'm going for (c).
And on top of that, they've now signed ...

Another 33 year old goalkeeper who made a paltry 15 appearances for Millwall the last two seasons. Yes, that's in total.

Oh, but he's the son of a club legend apparently, so that's OK.

Hammers to bring in son of club legend Alvin Martin on two-year deal from 1 July
Who's Alvin Martin anyway?
 

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These lot are the biggest joke in football tbf, their success levels are comparable to Fulham, Palace or Bournemouth but they're desperately seeking to establish a proper rivalry with us.

Just annoying our fucking players don't turn up and humble the jumped up pricks when we play them, because they are so, so shit.
 

DJS

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I just hope we keep that tweet and pin it on the dressing room wall before we next play them and smash the shit outta them.
 

Shadydan

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These lot are the biggest joke in football tbf, their success levels are comparable to Fulham, Palace or Bournemouth but they're desperately seeking to establish a proper rivalry with us.

Just annoying our fucking players don't turn up and humble the jumped up pricks when we play them, because they are so, so shit.
I mean we did beat them twice last season.
 
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