Discussion in 'football' started by tommers, Jun 15, 2016.
Every time mate!
My mate is always slagging Antonio for being 'not very good' so I was pleased to see him get 3 assists. But I was just watching the highlights and his first 2 are a bit lucky as he's not very good with his left foot. #1 He probably should've scored instead of Feghouli, and for #2 the only reason Carroll had to fling himself about was coz the cross was a bit pony. Nice through ball for #3 though.
I still like Antonio a lot but I can see why people don't rate him.
The guy next to me got a bit huggy with the goals which is a bit awkward. Do I have to hug him every time we score now? Is it rude if I don't? I think I'll have to change my seat to avoid the embarrassment.
One of the strongest arguments for safe standing you could make.
Yes, I never thought of it as that kind of 'safe space' before.
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Any of you see this during the week? Revolting, Episode 3
Are we going to give any of the money back to the tax payers? ARE WE FUCK.
Ok own up, who's been editing Payet's Wiki page?!
Dimitri Payet - Wikipedia
Jan 2017 - Present Good luck finding a new club when you're 34 and weigh 19 stone.
Turns out it was him who was holding us back. Decent performance today, Carroll coming in to form and bloody Calleri even scored.
Very impressed by Traore for them, Byram and Cresswell had a torrid afternoon.
You weren't wrong. A blessing in disguise by the looks of it.
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What do you care! West Ham's London Stadium 'could end up costing £1bn'
That's quite funny.
If only they'd built something that could be used for anything other than athletics, they would have saved everybody a lot of problems. The initial plan was for it to be a 25k athletics stadium. Mentalists.
I was reading about this in WSC last week. A WW2 comic about a West Ham striker turned RAF gunner..."Jackboot and Ironheel"
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I think if it had existed when I was 12 I would've exploded with excitement
That is so many shades of class! Fucking A! Cheers Thaw
Goodbye Payet. Thanks for last year, not so much this one.
I'm glad it all got sorted relatively quickly. I wonder what they'll do with the silly giant shirt and decals?
The decal is being substituted for one of Carroll giving himself whiplash with that goal.
The shirt will be down by Wednesday i reckon. Replace it with one for Geoff Pike.
David 'pyscho' Cross, didn't know he was chief scout for us! Just been reading about Bobby Ferguson.
Emigrated to Australia in 1981 to take over as player/coach for Adelaide City FC. In 1982, became the owner/operator of a scuba diving business which he successfully ran for six years. However, Bobby sold his share after the enduring the horror of an employee being taken away by a shark. Returned to the Uk in 2004 following the death of his mother.
All hail the flying horse.
Still cannot believe that he actually gave himself whiplash doing that.
That's such an Andy Carroll thing to happen.
Now we haven't signed another striker what price him getting a long term injury tonight? I reckon about 1/10.
Fuck me, that was tedious / awful. It reminded me how much I hate Guardiola's teams.
We gifted them at least two goals and spent the whole game giving them 5 yards of space to pick their passes. Just shit really.
Best bit of it all was Trurib. That was great!
I can see Snodgrass looking at the small print of his contract already, the buy out section.
Cresswell has gone off the boil massively.
Still, we're getting better, it was better than the five nil
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