|All you need to know about West Ham United FC's potential move to Stratford.
Remember that these two boring self righteous idiots had their tongues well and truly up the rear of Barry Hearn a few weeks ago. I winder if they will be quick to slate West Ham again when DG is on with them. I suspect they will be very chummy again and agree with everything he says. I truly despise these two and switch the radio over when they are on.
Can't listen out work PC speakers gone kaput
The words Iconic legacy may get into the conversation along with seats on the track
Someone please report back cheers
Gold is my preferred member of the board when it comes to speaking
Haven't heard much of Karen recently, where is she? Of course they will be chummy they more interviews with our board and coaching and playing stuff.
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I hope he totally loses it and says 'you are deplorable *****, Levy and Spurs are all ***** and that Hearn fellow is a ruddy **** an all. **** you and **** all the rest we are West Ham United and we are the best' with that he cock slaps his phone and does a wet stinky fart as he hangs up the phone, mops his brow on an expensive silk hankerchief and pulls out a dampened cigar nestled in Brady's gaping moist cleavage.
Had to let Parker go, tried hard to keep but he wanted International football. He seemed to come across as Parker deserved to move for family and football reasons after all that he had given to West Ham.
Any other club in our financial position they wouldn't of looked twice at. Sounded like he wanted to take us over as soon as he heard we were available.
Still looking at a third investor. Offered this deal to Fernandes but he wouldn't work this way.
Doesn't seem to be looking to retire any time soon. Said 'If i was to retire i wouldn't go fishing etc i would go watch football so i might aswell not retire'
BFS has been told premier football is a must, didn't say this or next season. But it came across like BFS has been told promotion is required this season.
Thinks its a good idea for England players should wear poppy tattoos on there hands which can be removed after the game, someone tweeted him this idea......
More to follow........
Believed Avram would retire in January. His interview before the season started was 'fantastic'. Looks for chemistry when interviewing and had this with Avram. Has only sacked 3 managers in 20 years.
Thinks Sam is a skilled manager and tactician. What he achieved at Bolton was key in emloying him. Was worried about the style of football Sam would play but Sam has reassured him he will play the right football to win the football match. If he thinks long ball is required, he will play long ball.
Cant develop Boleyn. Track will be in place for 99 years at Olympic Stadium. Has mixed feelings on the move, seems to be some doubt that we will move there now. If we are to be a bigger club we need a move from the Boleyn.
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David said that Sam is a good manager, and said that he only plays long ball when its needed.. ie. not trying to outplay Barcelona
Therefore why is he playing it against other teams in this division when we have the best squad?
I'm sure when they sold me a season ticket they were on the fixture list .
Bloody certain .
Well wobbly on the Olympic Stadium .
Every time I hear him speak on the topic it's going cooler and cooler .
I think the 99 year lease to Athletics has scuppered the plan they had .
He did mention " we have to do a consultative process with our fans" - which is an implicit acknowledgment that to date they have not .
That was a bit of a suprise....talking of unresolved issues and doubts now about the merits of moving to the OS whilst totally ruling out completing the development of the Boleyn. What are they upto?
Interview may well be posted on the talksport website later.
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They are playing poker.
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