EPL 2017/18 Thread


#1625

Plastics, lol. If our cups are plastic yours are invisible


#1626

Better 2nd half, but damage done in the 1st.


#1627

That was some light entertainment leading into the big one tonight.

West Brom v The Foxes


#1628

Yep - could have had a couple of pens given but then I remembered it’s Old Trafford. Pleasantly surprised by the six minutes injury time too as utd were in front. Going to be tough to keep a spot in thr top four too now.


#1629

Yeah cos Arsenal are breathing down your neck! :wink:


#1630

Fun fact: Bailly has scored more goals against United than the front 3 of Liverpool the last two seasons.

Rashford is the first player to score two goals for Man United in the first half against Liverpool…since Jamie Carragher.


#1631

Absolute scenes at the London Stadium. West Ham done 3-0 by Burnley, pitch invasions, one fan approached Mark Noble and was sat on his ■■■■, and another invader took the corner flag and ran toward the centre circle.


#1632

Imagine if West Ham supporters could afford to do West Ham Fan TV!


#1633

#1634

Isn’t @Stallion a ham fan? It was proberbly him.

Don’t feel bad stal at least you can play Millwall next season.


#1635

Apparently it kicked off BIG TIME to the point the owners had to be evacuated. LOL

Relegation is the only deserving outcome for these owners, they’ve destroyed the club.


#1636

Only thing im disappointed about is I didn’t drop a bundle on them to get relegated when the odds were good, known for months this rabble was heading for the championship.


#1637

Losing to burnley isn’t as dishonorable as it m8ght sound. They’re a good and well coached team, hence why they are where they are on the ladder.


#1638

Losing 3-0 at home to anyone is a disgrace


#1639

Would you honestly be saying the same if it was a city or utd that beat them 3 zip. I really think nobody gives burnley the credit they deserve.


#1640

We lost 3-0 to city and we are the worst side ever!


#1641

I would be saying the same no matter who the side or who their opponent is. Away I can understand but at home you shouldn’t be beaten 3-0. You park the bus and do whatever it takes infront of your home fans


#1642

Fair enough - probably been cumulative effect of the results this season rather than this result alone for west ham fans though.


#1643

This just about sums it all up, from one of the many articles being written about what happened. My favourite is the last one.

As far as picking an image to define West Ham United in its current state goes, Sunday’s back pages will have their pick.

Was it the fans holding up a banner declaring the message ‘Sold a dream, given a nightmare’?

Was it the home supporters attempting to storm the directors’ box before David Sullivan made his escape?

Was it supporters fighting between each other in the stands?

Was it Mark Noble throwing a pitch invader to the floor, like a pub fight played out in front of a live audience?

Was it the one West Ham supporter raising a corner flag above his head after entering the field, as if he was announcing that he had conquered a new kingdom?

Was it Burnley’s players having to invite young children to sit on the bench in order to keep them safe in the stands?

Was it David Gold being hit in the head with a bottle of p*ss outside the ground?


#1644

Wow that is terrible Stallion, how are you holding up?