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

spursfan77

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First club in financial trouble or first club to do some proper planning for the effects of the virus?

You’d think it’s the first but I actually reckon it’s the second. Their owners are dicks but they firstly look after themselves and what they’re doing does exactly that.

 

Col_M

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Noble is the Dominic Raab if football isn’t he. Given his lines and told to go and repeat them to the press. Absolute bellend.
 

Insomnia

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Noble is the Dominic Raab if football isn’t he. Given his lines and told to go and repeat them to the press. Absolute bellend.
I quite like Noble, he’s a local lad, has found his level at his boyhood Club and always gives 100%. I watched our 4-3 game at Upton Park last week (Sky have the whole 90mins if you search for it) Stalteri got the winner. Noble made his PL debut and scored. My close friend has also chauffeured him to a charity event and said he was down to earth and a really nice bloke. But he’s still West Ham so as you were
 

spursfan77

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I quite like Noble, he’s a local lad, has found his level at his boyhood Club and always gives 100%. I watched our 4-3 game at Upton Park last week (Sky have the whole 90mins if you search for it) Stalteri got the winner. Noble made his PL debut and scored. My close friend has also chauffeured him to a charity event and said he was down to earth and a really nice bloke. But he’s still West Ham so as you were
Yeah there’s nothing wrong with him. I bet West Ham fans would prefer to have a team of him rather than a team of wilsheres or lanzinis
 

riggi

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I quite like Noble, he’s a local lad, has found his level at his boyhood Club and always gives 100%. I watched our 4-3 game at Upton Park last week (Sky have the whole 90mins if you search for it) Stalteri got the winner. Noble made his PL debut and scored. My close friend has also chauffeured him to a charity event and said he was down to earth and a really nice bloke. But he’s still West Ham so as you were
Agreed.
 

Lighty64

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I wonder if spam fans will be wanting a refund on their binoculars if football is going to be behind closed doors
 
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I quite like Noble, he’s a local lad, has found his level at his boyhood Club and always gives 100%. I watched our 4-3 game at Upton Park last week (Sky have the whole 90mins if you search for it) Stalteri got the winner. Noble made his PL debut and scored. My close friend has also chauffeured him to a charity event and said he was down to earth and a really nice bloke. But he’s still West Ham so as you were
 

thecook

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They're doing 2 shirts for £30 on their OS in case anyone needs something to clean the car with, or can't find toilet roll
 

Col_M

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I was wondering, are WHam paying rent during this lockdown?
 
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