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  1. Loads of cars got some advance warning parking notices tonight on Watkin Road. Anyone know I'd they are legit or is it just a warning? Company called comphrehensive management services.
  2. Sagna was about to come here ?!?

    Oh well. Never mind. Not exactly one for the future...
  3. New chants and songs

    How about resurrecting an old early 80's fave 'Chips and Beans on a tray, on a tray...' Any other classics we can muster up?
  4. New chants and songs

    On our way, on our way To the Calderon, we're on our way How we get there I don't know Follow the boys and Shakio Pack your bags 'cause Leicester's on their way Repeat ad nauseum...
  5. West Ham Away

    Where is everyone drinking pre-match? Euston, St Pancras, Mile End...
  6. West Ham Away

    Goes on sale to members on Monday then general sale on Tuesday. Currently 377 left in upper levels adjacent to stratosphere. Others still to open up by the looks of it, so probably 750 still left in all.
  7. Matty James - what is the status?

    Sitting on the sofa playing with his XBOX with a framed four year deal on the wall.
  8. Have we ever signed a worse defender...

    Anyone remember Norman Leet?
  9. West Ham Away

    Anyone know how sales are going on this one. How many left? I was thinking it may even reach general sale
  10. League Cup - Quarter final draw

    Good job LCFC are never late for anything eh Mr Rudkin
  11. Stoke away - 12.30pm, Sat 4 Nov

    Good point well made sir
  12. Is Shakespeare the right man for the job?

    Sorry Shakey but you have been promoted beyond your capability. Great servant to the club and an awesome job in the first few games. You made the difference to keep us up. But does this ring any bells... After the sacking of Leicester managerCraig Levein, following 18 months in charge, Kelly stepped up from his Assistant Manager role to take control on a caretaker basis. In his first ten games in charge his team took 21 points from a possible 30, steering the side up the Championship table and away from the threat of relegation to League One. He was awarded the Championship Manager of the Month award for March 2006. This followed wins over relegation rivals Hull City and Millwall, as well as victory against Luton Town and a creditable draw against Premiership-boundReading. In recognition of his achievements, on 14 April 2006 he signed a one-year rolling contract, confirming his status as manager. On 11 April 2007 Kelly was sacked due to a poor run of results, his final game being a 3–0 defeat away to Plymouth Argyle. He was replaced by Nigel Worthington until the end of the season.
  13. Reasons to keep Shakespeare

    Sorry Shakey but you have been promoted beyond your capability. Great servant to the club and an awesome job in the first few games. You made the difference to keep us up. But does this ring any bells... After the sacking of Leicester managerCraig Levein, following 18 months in charge, Kelly stepped up from his Assistant Manager role to take control on a caretaker basis. In his first ten games in charge his team took 21 points from a possible 30, steering the side up the Championship table and away from the threat of relegation to League One. He was awarded the Championship Manager of the Month award for March 2006. This followed wins over relegation rivals Hull City and Millwall, as well as victory against Luton Town and a creditable draw against Premiership-boundReading. In recognition of his achievements, on 14 April 2006 he signed a one-year rolling contract, confirming his status as manager. On 11 April 2007 Kelly was sacked due to a poor run of results, his final game being a 3–0 defeat away to Plymouth Argyle. He was replaced by Nigel Worthington until the end of the season.
  14. Shakey Needs Our Support

    I have thought for a while I've seen this story before... After the sacking of Leicester managerCraig Levein, following 18 months in charge, Kelly stepped up from his Assistant Manager role to take control on a caretaker basis. In his first ten games in charge his team took 21 points from a possible 30, steering the side up the Championship table and away from the threat of relegation to League One. He was awarded the Championship Manager of the Month award for March 2006. This followed wins over relegation rivals Hull City and Millwall, as well as victory against Luton Town and a creditable draw against Premiership-boundReading. In recognition of his achievements, on 14 April 2006 he signed a one-year rolling contract, confirming his status as manager. On 11 April 2007 Kelly was sacked due to a poor run of results, his final game being a 3–0 defeat away to Plymouth Argyle. He was replaced by Nigel Worthington until the end of the season
  15. Danny Drinkwater or Adrien Silva maybe. Neither of them seem to be playing anywhere at the moment...
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