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West Ham

Cool Dude and Nature Boy were at the game last night with West Ham fans to see West Ham smash five goals in. I am delighted for them.
Forest

I hope they win it after all the shit Avram Grant has had to put up with.
lolwarlol

It is hard to gauge what the fans feel about the man, I think their concerns are more about the owners than the manage, a feeling many on here could no doubt share.
bearing

I hope they get relegated, I dislike teams in the top league who offer nothing
Grind

bearing wrote:
I hope they get relegated, I dislike teams in the top league who offer nothing


They offered a damn sight more than some of the other Premiership teams did this past weekend.
Forest

bearing wrote:
I hope they get relegated, I dislike teams in the top league who offer nothing


We could be in their position next year
lolwarlol

It is very difficult for me to not feel sorry for them. Every year there will be a team that offers 'nothing', three such clubs get relegated for it. Saying that i think West Ham have beat either Chelsea or Tottenham this season, so that is not nothing.

At the start of the season i dont pick out any other club than Fulham and wish them well in the league, when it gets near this end i do feel sorry for those clubs that find themselves there.
lolwarlol

Yes, West Ham beat us in our only cup final, but whilst cheslski can still be attacked  i'm ok with West Ham.
lolwarlol

As with all these clubs (other than chelsea) it is the fans i feel sorry for. The mercenary players, managers and owners will move on to another club, fans don't
Plastic Man

PL2 wrote:
The mercenary players, managers and owners will move on to another club, fans don't


That reminds me - just how is the charming Mr Al-Fayed progressing with his long-held ambitions to re-develop the lovely Thames-side spot that Fulham Football Club currently occupies as an idyllic up-market residential setting?

Is he still hanging around in the vain hope that the local planning committee may change its mind?

If so, who will Fulham ground-share with then? Though I'm sure that long-term football fan Mr Al-Fayed has that well in hand and will be looking forward to grace the director's box at Brentford or QPR.
lolwarlol

He's been with us some time now, since 97 in fact. He cant get planning permission or a passport.  He's brilliant, financially secured the club from certain death, got us in the premier league, got us to a European final. I love him, i'd give him my passport if it was legal.

His plans have been thrown out constantly. Cant say he hasn't tried.
Plastic Man

PL2 wrote:
He's been with us some time now, since 97 in fact. He cant get planning permission or a passport.  He's brilliant, financially secured the club from certain death, got us in the premier league, got us to a European final. I love him, i'd give him my passport if it was legal.

His plans have been thrown out constantly. Cant say he hasn't tried.


Abramaovich similarly rescued Chelsea from the verge of bankruptcy and has since financed their development them from being pretty piss-poor to being one of the better achieving clubs in Europe.

So in the mercenary stakes, suggesting that Roman Abramaovich (and his football associations) ranks above Al-Fayed is rather ridiculous, seeing that Al-Fayed's clear aim from the outset of the purchase of Fulham FC was to flog the ground on for re-development and fuck the football club off.
lolwarlol

Yeah but i love fulham and hate chelsea, so for me it is simple.
Plastic Man

PL2 wrote:
Yeah but i love fulham and hate chelsea, so for me it is simple.


Quite understandable...
bearing

PL2 wrote:
Yeah but i love fulham and hate chelsea, so for me it is simple.


Isn't football logic great.

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