West Ham United Message Board
- Reply to Kel Feb 19, 2014 15:15
" Kel is a West Ham supporter, he emailed me, I put him onto a couple of the West Ham guys ... LMFAO!!"
Your 'friend' Kel, who is now calling himself 'McMullan' has a pretty interesting posting history, and I thought you didn't like racists?
Or at least you make out that you don't like racists to try and appear holier than thou on your precious Moanchester Ushyted board.
He's recently come out with some classics as; "None of my friends are black, i would feel too awkward watching every little thing I said and did in order to not offend them"
And; "Dear Black people, please try to make a go of your lives without resorting to blaming/shaming other people from other races over your supposed bad treatment. P.S. Stop making British inner-cities no-go areas. That will go a long way towards cutting down racism against descendents of sub-Saharan Africans"
And; "It's about time a white person was the football captain of a black country. What's that you say? White people don't move to black countries? Why-ever not?"
All posted within the last ten days, what a charmer!
No FLAPPING now Butch! Heeheehee!!!
"you mess with me you'd better know what you're talking about, and have something to back it up!"
LMFAO - like you ever know what you're talking about and have something to back it up with? (other than using Google)
This looks like nothing more than your usual pathetic attempts at intimidation, but we all know you're all gob and keyboard.
Heeheeheehee - no biting though!
Yes it's swings-and-roundabouts I guess. Either you have a top goalscorer (or 2 as 'pool have) or you use a lesser striker as a fluent enabler who allows the swarming midfield to bag/share the goals. Can you win the PL w/o a top striker? The answer should be no, but JM is probably going to prove us all wrong! lol
Part of Neville comments:
And finally he will improve more when he has a Striker that runs beyond and provides movement for his strengths.
'Some rightly pointing out others who have been up and down in the first season but then improved second and third.
'Every good num 10 needs 2 to 3 players that make runs behind and sacrifice themselves! Modern game problem - Too many want to be a num 10!
'On Xmas break - no excuse really for an experienced manager. He could have given him one first two weeks in Jan- Ronaldo used to get one!"
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This site is still appalling even halfway through the season, bugs and was logged in to someone else account.by Aji Mar 10, 2014 09:28
I was answering this post ....we all have trouble from time to time
( I don't know why people come here with problems) when yahoo don't read it. but I didn't want to upset you ............so sorry..........
Forgot to ad Robben is miserable little diver. No point to go on about it but I think the world of football would be a better place if divers got dealt with more harshly. There are too many around for my taste.
Very true, they undoubtedly have the best midfield depth in the BPL. But therein lies the problem, they have world class players but they dont have a 20 goal a season striker like Henry, Bergkamp or Van Persie anymore... That depth just wont cut it in the end... As for Chelsea, they have a similar problem up front, but on the other hand they have mind games Mourinho who always knows how to set his team up...
Good result for confidence. Continue to believe we suffer from lack of pace and that this is part of the reason Ozil has trouble to impact games. You could see that the only guy with real pace, Ox, was our biggest threat.
Arteta but also Giroud and Podolski lack pace and good luck trying to pass your way through 6 well organized defenders. You need guys like Theo or Ox or other true speedsters to get behind defenders so that guys like Ozil can open up defenses with forward passes instead of sideways passes.
We were clearly better in the 2nd half IMO but I continue to wonder if Wenger doesn't play Flamini instead of Arteta because he wants to keep Flamini fit for the PL of because he does not see we are a better team with Flamini.
Nevlille wrote a decent "defense" of Ozil's problems and I agree with a lot of the article.
I feel semi good after the Bayern game, going into a stretch of difficult PL games.
Wenger takes a lot of stick, but tbf he's developing probably the best midfield depth of any PL club... if you consider Oz, Jack, Theo & Ram are all at this moment out, and he's still got Ox, Caz, Pod, Gnab, Flam, Art &'sicky! lol... just imagine if 'pool lost their 4 best midfielders? Or City? Or Chelsea?
Yeah Ramsey might yet come back into play for the remaining games Netley, will have to see if he has retained any form... Having said that, Ox remains their most exciting player at the moment, by quite some distance, if I was Wenger he would be the first name on my team sheet every week!
With Ozil injured the attacking Gooner 'midfield' trio will probably look something like this;
Poldi's not much use to us unless we're very brave, Caz isn't cheap but is in his best position... and RM is always a bet on who starts. Ram will hopefully (soon) solve a lot of Gooner problems for us and Wenger!
There you are, a typical Kipper response, ask him to explain his rubbish and off he goes, with his tail between his legs!
I'm surprised you haven't learned your lesson .... you mess with me you'd better know what you're talking about, and have something to back it up!
I'm not going to provide you with a reason to exist tor the next 24 hours.
Just go and hack Interpol and come back with some outlandish claim!
Bye Richard Head.
" Not all would float/sink/float below surface."
Most of it would, unless it was made of something like foam, stuff doesn't float on top.
"Hijack is unlikely"
"A gentle(ish) crash into the sea"
At 500kms an hour?
"is best guess at present"
"You can stick your othere dimension theory with all your other conspiracies."
Like what? Magrahi? You still haven't said what 'all the evidence' is that you saw.
A plane and the luggage is made of many things. Not all would float/sink/float below surface. Hijack is unlikely. A gentle(ish) crash into the sea, limiting wreckage area and most floatable wreckage not being dispersed from plane interior is best guess at present. You can stick your othere dimension theory with all your other conspiracies.......although in your defence, another dimension is theoreticaly not impossible apparently!
If the transponder had malfunctioned, or switched off, it would only have been visible on nearby military radar, as an unidentified craft. It wasn't on any radar after it cleared the Malaysian mainland.
Whatever next, it disappeared into the famous South China Sea Black Hole, and re-appeared in another dimension?
When Air France Flight 447 crashed it took five days to find wreckage.