What our opponents' fans are saying about us 17/18

Gb160

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This one hurt me:
If Tottenham we're a band. They'd be Razorlight and more indicatively Johnny Borrell
And this one's quite staggering:
I have particular hatred for many players , Waddle (most overrated player ever IMHO), Hoddle (not fit to lace Sir Trev's boots), and now Ali, who every time I watch is pretty average. Dier is just a poor mans Noble, doesn't absolutely chuff all.
Aside from Ricky Villa for a while, Lineker, Bale and Eriksson, I never rated any of their players

Sometimes I worry my hatred for them is greater than my love for West Ham, especially now.
 

SpunkyBackpack

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Absolutely vile of an excuse for a human being. I would be so ashamed if our supporters said anything like that.
To be fair we've had a few thousand sing in unison about how they'd like to see a player who at the time was apparently suffering from mental health issues hang himself and mocked his illness.

People are all awful, im permanently ashamed of everything,
 

ernie78

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To be fair we've had a few thousand sing in unison about how they'd like to see a player who at the time was apparently suffering from mental health issues hang himself and mocked his illness.

People are all awful, im permanently ashamed of everything,
That song was sung last night so we can’t get too high and mighty
 
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This one hurt me:


And this one's quite staggering:
That bottom quote sums it up really. I genuinely believe there are lots of them that hate us more than they love themselves... so much hate around that football club, there really isn’t much to like about them.

Hoddle not fit to lace Trevor Brooking’s laces is possible the most deluded thing I’ve ever read anywhere. Followed reasonably closely by ‘Dier is a poor man’s Noble’. No mate, Noble is a poor man’s Noble.
 

SpunkyBackpack

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That song was sung last night so we can’t get too high and mighty
We aren't allowed to be too high up or someone will lob piss again.

I know i haven't been to a game in a few years but are people really still wheeling that one out? Im shocked that im actually shocked.
 

ernie78

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I haven't heard Sol, Sol wherever you may be catch on in a stadium for a very long time. Are you sure it was that one?
Yep I definitely heard “Sol Sol whereever you may be” start at one point in the game. Tbf I didn’t hear it finish. I was watching it on my iPad with headphones on. I haven’t heard it personally at a game for a while now
 

SpursDave88

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I blame Green Street and Elijah Wood.
Peaky Blinders ****s.
Bore off!

1. Peaky Blinders is sent in the post WW1 period c1925
2. Peaky Blinders is set in Birmingham so has absolutely nothing to do with West Ham and the only major character who is from London, Alfie Solomons, would have almost certainly been a Spurs fan given that he is a north London Jew.



I find it really odd the West Ham refer to us as "Vile" and "Awful People"

West Ham have always loved Anti-Semitic chanting, including but not limited to - Nazi saluting, gas hissing and that hilarious song about running around Tottenham with their willies hanging out when they yell "FUCKING JEWS" at the end.

Some other highlights have been:

Chanting "Your mum's a terrorist" at Mido
Calling Harry Kane a "Mong"
Racially abusing Son Heung Min

A Spurs supporting friend of mine sat with the West Ham fans at the London Stadium last season- overheard the following:

"Don't let the Tiddly score" - directed at Son

and

'Gas them all!"

At the end of the day the club has always been a haven for Neo-Nazis and racists, including their club legend and prominent facist, Paolo Di Canio.

How anyone there can refer to the supporters of any other club as "vile" or "awful" is beyond me.
 
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PLTuck

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Mate, you have obviously never buried a child, I sincerely pray you never have to. I only held my son for 24 hours before he was taken. Let me tell you, if you think for one moment, that compares with any racist or homophobic rant. You are one seriously deluded individual.
With you bro.

My lad died almost 20 years ago but it still torments. No one can even imagine what it's like. I had time to prepare myself to a degree, and no amount of preparing would have made a blind bit of difference. It's weird how much it affects you in ways you cant foresee, for the rest of your life. It still affects me in quite profound ways to this day and it always will.

I've learnt to accept that no matter how hard others who haven't been through it try and understand, they can't and hopefully will never have to.

Stay strong fellow human (y)
 

PLTuck

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Bore off!

1. Peaky Blinders is sent in the post WW1 period c1925
2. Peaky Blinders is set in Birmingham so has absolutely nothing to do with West Ham and the only major character who is from London, Alfie Solomons, would have almost certainly been a Spurs fan given that he is a north London Jew.



I find it really odd the West Ham refer to us as "Vile" and "Awful People"

West Ham have always loved Anti-Semitic chanting, including but not limited to - Nazi saluting, gas hissing and that hilarious song about running around Tottenham with their willies hanging our when they yell "FUCKING JEWS" at the end.

Some other highlights have been:

Chanting "Your mum's a terrorist" at Mido
Calling Harry Kane a "Mong"
Racially abusing Son Heung Min

A Spurs supporting friend of mine sat with the West Ham fans at the London Stadium last seasons - overheard the following:

"Don't let the Tiddly score" - directed at Son

and

'Gas them all!"

At the end of the day the club has always been a haven for Neo-Nazis and racists, including their club legend and prominent facist, Paolo Di Canio.

How anyone there can refer to the supporters of any other club as "vile" or "awful" is beyond me.
I'm just a few eps into season 1 of peaky blinders. Loving it so far. The reason they are called what they are is pretty brutal lol.
 
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