West Ham 2017/18

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  1. geoff clipp

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    Ha these groups are full of contradictions aren't they. Love how in an interview Andy Swallow brags about his past and then also says he discovered acid house in the late 80s and didn't return to West Ham until 1992. Like he's such a massive fan and loves the club so much, he binned it off for five years whilst he got off his tits.
     
  2. ninjamonkey

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    They shouldn't be forced to play a match behind closed doors, it's completely unfair on the away team and their fans (could even be us) and its not fair on the overwhelming majority that didn't go on the pitch or throw coins. I see little chance of reimbursement for season ticket holders if it were to happen. The fundamental issue is a lack of policing, thats what they should be punished for above anything else.

    Feel sorry for west ham fans, they reluctantly said goodbye to Upton Park and ended up somewhere not fit for football. Was there last season on the first row of the bottom tier yet was still absolutely miles away from the pitch. In any other ground I'd have to of been at the back to be that far away so I dread to think how awful it is in the gods.
     
  3. aguero93:20

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    Pennant had been christened Carol (a common masculine name in parts of the West Indies, unusual as a masculine name in England, but is the Irish equivalent for the name "Charles"[citation needed]) by his biological mother,

    Tut tut, citation very much needed, Charles is Cathal, Carol is a German name and would probably translate to Searlait.
     
  4. bluethrunthru

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    West Ham are fortunate the PAOK chairman was otherwise engaged.
     
  5. The Light Was Yellow Sir

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    They don't even pay for the stewarding as that is part of the ridiculous deal they got for moving in.
     
  6. aguero93:20

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    Looks like they'll be forced to play a few games behind closed doors.
     
  7. BJL_City

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    well a 3 game ban would include their game against us.
     
  8. aguero93:20

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    Yep, don't really see the logic behind rewarding their fans for their actions either.
     
  9. KentBlue

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    If points are deducted the FA might as well relegate them now.
     
  10. chaddblue

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    Can’t see it coming to that

    It will be a massive fine and a suspended punishment for points deduction or playing behind closed doors

    Imagine if we played there in an empty stadium on the day we win the league?? It would make a laughing stock out of the PL
     

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