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  1. West Bromwich Albion

    Haven't they won something like two out of the last twenty-three? Don't get me wrong, I still think on balance he'll turn it round, but they have been garbage so far this season and they have a horrendous run of fixtures coming up.
  2. Jonathan Kodjia

    Excellent quote, thanks for that. Sums up the identity of this team perfectly, whether people are happy about it or not.
  3. Everton

    Quelle surprise. Should have got rid of him about three weeks ago; now the Europa League campaign is lost and they definitely won't be in Europe next season.
  4. Harvey Weinstein

    Almost as if someone's politics has absolutely no correlation to their likelihood of paedophilia.
  5. The PL sack race

    I'm expecting Koeman to be sacked any day now, but you can build a pretty potent case for all of these.
  6. General Chat

    Wieliczka salt mines, though I'm sure you'd have done that anyway. It's pretty impressive.
  7. Drugs

    I have, and I enjoyed it, but if you're currently feeling depressed - as mentioned in a different thread - I'd steer well clear.
  8. Please tell me when to stop laughing at SHA

    Given that the two clubs have some of the worst-behaved fans in the country (along with Cardiff and Leeds IME) I'm not going to spill any tears for them.
  9. Adama Traore

    Adomah for Adama has to be one of the greatest pieces of transfer business of all time. Feels weird to be the winning party in a deal for a change.
  10. Everton

    Tin tack incoming.
  11. Scott Hogan

    The problem is not that, when he comes on, we won't change the entire team's preferred style of play to account for Hogan's preferences/limitations (delete as preferred). I don't see how that would be either desirable or practical. The issue is that we spent a king's ransom on a player who doesn't fit the team's preferred style of play in the first place. If we can sell him for any sort of money and replace him with a striker who would fit a pacy, counter-attacking team who need their striker to play with their back to goal, then we should do so at the first opportunity.
  12. Mile Jedinak

    Good news this. I was thinking of Lansbury yesterday; he'd have been the perfect person to bring on to shore up the midfield.
  13. Sam Johnstone

    I feel like all three of those posts are about the same goalkeeper
  14. Scott Hogan

    Yeah, he'd have been the worst possible substitution yesterday, he can't play with his back to goal or hold the ball for even a second - he's just a poacher and nothing else. The problem is it's hard to think of a time when he would be a good substitution - maybe if we're winning by three clear goals or something. I think he's done here to be honest.
  15. That should certainly be devastating to the reputations of the men quoted, but above all it demonstrates the huge extent to which none of these people had a clue what they were talking about last year, and still don't have a clue what they're talking about today. What's worse is that they seem to regard learning anything as a waste of time or an act of sabotage. I'm a firm believer in the saying 'stupidity is an affliction, ignorance is a strategy'. These people are choosing the purity of ignorance because it will allow them to accuse May, Hammond and others of stabbing the nation in the back later.