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West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Nacer Chadli joins Albion
« on: May 22, 2018, 03:41:14 PM »
If you look at Chadli and think we could potentially sell him and bring in a duo of Dack and Flint for example. It's a no brainer.

Money he could go for would bring in two top quality Championship players.

Then if we get promoted would be stuck with those quality championship players  ;D

General Football & Sports / Re: OFFICIAL CHAMPIONSHIP THREAD
« on: May 15, 2018, 09:54:59 PM »
Another prime example of why pulis doesn't belong in football... chance to get to Wembley for the final to get into the prem and that's the performance he dishes out...  disgraceful, feel for the Boro fans.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: New Manager
« on: May 14, 2018, 08:33:07 PM »
The old guard are entering the reckoning...

Allardyce and Moyes will both be available by the end of the week.


Hopefully the board/owners will remember what pulis and Pardew done for us and stay clear of those pair.

Can't wait for this waste of space to leave the area and return back to Liverpool and if they have any sense they will be rid of him this summer.

Yeah, how dare he keep getting injured!

But I doubt he will be too far from the area when all his friends and family live here still.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: May 06, 2018, 01:50:54 AM »

Last season has absolutely no bearing on this seasons results. We finished tenth, Pulis would have seen us safe, Moore would have seen us safe with 3 extra games, he still might...

If the club grew a pair sooner than they did, based on his results from last season he wouldn't have even started this season.

Both as bad as each other, how anyone can defend either one of them is comical.

Him and Pardew are both a pair of clueless tools who shouldn't be near a premier league club.... they both have records with us to clarify that.

Last Match Forum - 28/04 Newcastle United (A) / Re: Pre Match Chat
« on: April 25, 2018, 01:33:09 PM »
Just got to win Saturday and see what happens.

We would remain rooted to the bottom with Southampton and Swansea having a game in hand.

Last Match Forum - 21/04 Liverpool (H) / Re: After Match Debate
« on: April 21, 2018, 03:10:16 PM »
Good result but too little too late. People are going way OTT with praise of the players. It's the same bunch who couldn't be arsed a few months ago.

Like McClean said, it makes a huge difference when the 11 players on the field know their jobs and what the person in charge expects of them.

.... or their just sh*t scared of getting a roasting from big dave  ;D

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Nacer Chadli joins Albion
« on: April 20, 2018, 10:51:44 AM »
We could easily lose 7 or 8 players without trying too hard with the release clauses and players at the end of contracts that we could do with moving on - Morrison, Yacob....loan players Sturridge, Krychowiak. The finances must be complicated but we will get the premier league money for finishing last won't we - is that all dished out at the end of the season with parachute payments kicking in next year ? We could also get £16m for Rondon, £17m for Chadli, £3m for Evans and then there's Dawson, Gibbs maybe one or two others Rodriguez (don't want them all to go but they might) ? We'll be losing a lot off the wage bill with players going and most wages cut in half.
We will need to rebuild the squad but I don't think anyone expects us to be buying six £10m players.

In theory your right.... but realistically, who's going to want to buy the likes of chadli who's always injured for 17mil?!

Our squad is small enough as it is... so you can imagine how much works going to need to be done when players do leave for whatever reasons.

Not as easy as it may seem on paper.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Nacer Chadli joins Albion
« on: April 20, 2018, 09:09:47 AM »
When fully fit and played in the right position  he can be a decent player.... with more games in the championship I can't see any point in him staying with us... more games = more injuries is very likely.

Saying that, we could do with all the help we can get because some people seem to think we are going to drop a league and rebuild the squad... love to know what bottomless money pit that would be from.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Jay Rodriguez
« on: April 13, 2018, 04:42:18 PM »
Any blind man could see he didn't say anything racist.

Just another typical example of bell*nds throwing the race card around because they feel like it.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Nacer Chadli joins Albion
« on: April 09, 2018, 03:52:02 PM »
Because he wasn't fit enough after refusing to go on pre-season training.  When he was eventually picked he got injured.

If only every team in the league went to Austria before the season started.... maybe they would all be as prepared as we were  ;D

General Football & Sports / Re: Boxing Thread
« on: April 06, 2018, 02:24:29 PM »
Fury clearly won in a result that shook boxing. Joshua came unbelievably close to being knocked out by a 41 year old. Two years can be a massive difference in boxing and boxers can go downhill quick. Sergio Martinez and Bernard Hopkins are two terrific examples.

The biggest person Joshua has fought caused him no end of trouble. Luckily for him he was 41 and simply didn't have the legs to keep his performance up.

Fury would represent everything that has made Joshua look uncomfortable so far in his career. If Fury can get his head right for long enough, that would be a very interesting fight.

Fury won that fight by doing exactly what Joshua did against parker.... yet fury is a masterclass who would expose joshua?

Bare in mind, Joshua told the whole world how the Parker fight was going to pan out and the exact thing happened... fury on the other hand is a gobsh*te and if he doesn't get a pair of shorts that fit him, Joshua will take advantage of that unlike klitschko did.

*get ready for the "fury ain't fought for so long" comments.*

General Football & Sports / Re: Boxing Thread
« on: April 04, 2018, 12:14:49 AM »
Fully agree Adam, everyone thought Joshua would steamroller Parker on Saturday but it didn't happen. Parker is no mug and Joshua knew that the plan was for Parker to take him the distance. So he boxed cautiously in the first half. After three rounds you could tell that Parker had reach problems and wasn't going to do too much damage, and Joshua out boxed him. Even Parker conceded that and said he was too good [high praise indeed]. Not a 'mexican dust up' by any stretch of the imagination, but a clever fight from Joshua and he still gets slated.

22 fights, 21 KO's, 4 of the 5 belts available, and a young British World Champion, and we still knock him......

He is a nice kid as well.

Agree with everything you mentioned..... best part of it, every fight Joshua has he tells his opponent how the fight is going to pan out just like how he told Parker on the gloves are off that it won't be a war like Parker suggested but it will be about boxing and finesse.... he stuck to his word and controlled the fight, didn't even need to break into a sweat... used his jab to perfection and kept Parker where he wanted him for probably 10 of the 12 rounds.... yet he gets slated, but when the likes of fury are fighting on the back foot against klitschko (who Joshua knocked out), he's called a masterclass.

I quite like Parker and think the heavyweight division is becoming exciting again.... we all know Joshua is no Mike Tyson but people fail to realise what the guy has achieved in such a short space of time and the amount of belts he has in such a small amount of fights.

General Football & Sports / Re: Boxing Thread
« on: April 03, 2018, 10:07:54 PM »
A peak Tyson Fury wouldn't just beat Joshua he would make him look slow and cumbersome. Joshua wouldn't win a round.

Wilder v Joshua 50 / 50. Whoever lands clean first.

Fury and Joshua have one mutual opponent.... fury just about won on points after getting in his head during the build up.... Joshua knocked him out and probably decided times up for him.

Makes you laugh when it comes to joshua, people always try to run him down yet every challenge he has came against he has walked through it with ease and every time he has been criticised, he has proved the critics wrong.

As for wilder, he's just shocking and will be an easier opponent than Parker was for Joshua with his wild swinging right hand.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Nacer Chadli joins Albion
« on: April 03, 2018, 10:00:49 PM »
Apparently fit to train this week and is in contention for the squad for the Swansea game.

Something smells a bit fishy to me.

Not really, Pardew already said last week chadli and sturridge  were close and maybe ready for the Swansea game.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: April 01, 2018, 12:09:57 PM »
put big Dave in charge and play kids

But our fans are so small minded, Id rather not see big dave abused every week for not keeping us up and our kids blasted for being thrown in at the deep end trying to fight a losing battle and then pointed out as being not good enough.

Fresh start at the end of the season makes much more season.... our season is realistically over now, we just have to turn up for the remaining games to give the opposition someone to play against.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: March 31, 2018, 07:16:14 PM »
so why is he still  here ???

That's the question every one of us are asking.... but people fail to realise that we look at it from a fans perspective where the people who really matter are looking at it from a business perspective.... we are down this season regardless if we stick or twist so it makes no odds to the board and his pay off won't even dent the owners bank balance.

But do you really believe a suitable replacement would be interested in coming in before the season ends to add a relegation to his record pretty much straight away?

Whoever the board line up will want a fresh start not a relegation scrap to get them going.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: March 31, 2018, 06:34:09 PM »
still think board and owners have a lot to answer for. What if this happens in chump keep coach because it's too expensive to sack him we'd be calling for owners head

The board havnt said it's too expensive to sack him though have they?

Maybe they are more concerned about getting a replacement before pulling the trigger..... which is clearly a struggle.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: March 31, 2018, 06:12:08 PM »
Got a feeling that sacking him isn't the problem, I got a feeling that appointing someone else is the biggest task the board face..... what human with any ounce of common sense would want to take over a struggling, certainly relegated team that in regards to the players, are so unbalanced that any manager/coach is going to struggle.

Easy enough for us all to say get rid, we aint got 200 million or what it is on the line.

I personally think the board are just going to ride it out now until the season ends then it gives the next person a fresh start without having relegation on his CV.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: March 18, 2018, 02:51:37 PM »
It makes no sense keeping Pardew.  Get rid of him and start fixing the rot that has set in.  We'll have players in different groups come the season.  Those who won't play in the Championship, they're gone regardless.  Those who are fringe\youth that will be here next season.  And a bunch that will be borderline - show some positivity and let's try and keep some of the players for a push next season.

It also makes no sense getting rid of him if you think about it logically.

We get rid, some fans as deluded as they are will still give the next person in charge a tough time for not keeping us up (big dave especially don't deserve to be threw in at the deep end to get stick from the fickle section of our fanbase).... we are favourites to be relegated, no person on the planet takes up a job offer with relegation part of his deal.. which then shortens the list of replacements dramatically.

Then you got the whole money situation for getting rid of pardew ontop of that which will be the owners main concern.

Our season is done with, regardless if we lose every remaining game or pick up 2/3wins... we are done for.

The club should be looking at people they can get in as soon as the season's over to takeover and have a full pre season with his players (obviously taking the internationals into account).... but then the board also need to back that person if they want us back in the premier league.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Lack of fitness?
« on: March 17, 2018, 09:50:04 PM »
3 different people in charge this season and we've been sh*t throughout the whole season.

Don't like pulis or Pardew but I can't bring myself to blame one and not the other... both completely lost when it comes to team selection and tactics.

I think it's more a case of a good chunk of our players not having the quality to compete in this league.

General Football & Sports / Re: Jamie Carragher
« on: March 15, 2018, 11:21:58 AM »
So you don't like Carragher, that's fair enough. But this thread is about the incident involving him, it's not a "we hate Jamie" thread. You think he's vile based on one thing? What else has he done that makes him "disgusting"?

So you wouldn't find someone disgusting if they spat in your face?

For people on here to turn it onto the girls father or make an excuse for him says it all really.

Spitting at someone is classed as battery, sacking him is the least he should be getting as punishment.... saying that, if it was my daughter I'd probably be getting done for assault.

General Football & Sports / Re: Jamie Carragher
« on: March 12, 2018, 03:40:15 PM »
Dirty scumbag, f*cking disgrace.

To do such thing when he knows how much he is in the public eye, he should never be allowed to appear on television again.

Spitting in general is disgusting and filthy, never mind at another human being... regardless of his emotions a grown 'man' should know better.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Alan Pardew
« on: March 12, 2018, 12:35:32 PM »
Said enough times he won't be going unless someone is coming in... and for many on here to somehow even imagine any manager/coach is going to want to go to a team to be relegated in the coming weeks... well they are just deluded.

Let's all face it, our season is pretty much over .. aslong as they get someone in when the season ends to help us rebuild that is the main priority.

We've saw enough dross with pulis, I'm sure we can all manage an extra 8 games with this shower we are witnessing.

Maybe the owners realise we need miracles to turn our championship quality team that the dinosaur assembled into a premier league quality team.

West Bromwich Albion FC / Re: Ahmed Hegazi signs official
« on: March 10, 2018, 05:27:28 PM »
Awful player

Been saying it from the start when everyone was bigging him up.

Our defence is truly shocking.

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