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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Chimera on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:01 am

CNR

This... Great post
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Hammer Sandwich on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:43 am

Spot on CNR ! :scarfer:
Agree 100% !
Says it all !
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby matthewbd on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:45 am

Like many, watching that video last night got me angry. Angry at what we've let go and that I didn't see it coming, getting sucked in my the lies.

I felt angry for Nathan's, for Ken's cafe, for EHWMC, for The Boleyn, Queens and the like.

CNR's post is spot on and, aside from GSB selling up and ****ing off, is the best outcome we could hope for.

Roll on March 10th,
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby woodford on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:47 am

CNR , good post, practical points , agree with all of that :thup:
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Lt. Discussion on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:48 am

I feel very guilty of not voicing my opposition to the move. Thinking back though i believe my judgement was clouded by denying the y words the ground. I was ecstatic when that happened
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Adrianisournumber1 on Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:56 am

The only thing hat annoys me is the obsession with the castle it makes me feel like people aren't aware of our history during probably our greatest era we had to crossed hammers on the shirt. Yes the London bits annoying but it's trivial. We are in London how ever you look at it. The badge is a mute point in what is a complete balls ache of a move to a crap stadium, I genuinely believe the argument over a badge is really deflecting from a far greater problem and it really put me off that was the first thing I heard in that video when realistically it's minor it's nothing. Sorry but it does annoy me so much that we make out that it's a major issue.
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Row X on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:01 am

I'm not on any of the RWHFAG sites or facebook etc... but has anyone mentioned to them that their route may need amending?

You can't get on to Siding Street from Warton Road, Siding Street passes overhead, you have to go up some stairs at the end of Warton Road and over the Blue Foot Bridge that goes over the canal then up more steps to get on to Siding Street.

If cars are being used on the route, they won't be able to do the last bit.
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby War Pony on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:06 am

I too was an advocate for the move. I followed the construction very closely, as I am a sad sod. It had so much potential, and in the right hands (not GSB and LLDC) it still does.

Again, I was very critical of TPP during the 'build' process. But apologise now, its a mess from top to bottom.
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Phil S on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:07 am

Adrianisournumber1 wrote:The only thing hat annoys me is the obsession with the castle it makes me feel like people aren't aware of our history during probably our greatest era we had to crossed hammers on the shirt. Yes the London bits annoying but it's trivial. We are in London how ever you look at it. The badge is a mute point in what is a complete balls ache of a move to a crap stadium, I genuinely believe the argument over a badge is really deflecting from a far greater problem and it really put me off that was the first thing I heard in that video when realistically it's minor it's nothing. Sorry but it does annoy me so much that we make out that it's a major issue.


I'm not fussed about the castle although it shouldn't be forgotten

The London bit boils my pee though
remove it and put United where it belongs and in the same size font
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Adrianisournumber1 on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:07 am

Mega Ron wrote:No I don't know the deal which is why i asked.

Do you know the deal?



Is this you by any chance not trolling just as soon as I saw the tweets I thought it might be you

https://twitter.com/therealwestham1/sta ... 9990524928
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby woodford on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:11 am

wow what prick set that up, for what purpose?

Another reason that i hate that idiots find a voice.

Credit to him though, he did all that with one hand tucked in his underpants
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Row X on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:17 am

woodford wrote:wow what prick set that up, for what purpose?

Another reason that i hate that idiots find a voice.

Credit to him though, he did all that with one hand tucked in his underpants


If I were to guess, I'd say somebody paid by the dildo brothers to kick up a stick
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby woodford on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:24 am

yeah theres not much doubt about that:

1. The snidey way of "holding people to account about money" ...............oh the ******* irony

2. The mention of the national newspaper, why might they be interested

3. The false sense of gravitas by issuing a deadline

4. The attempt to high jack the name ( reeks of dildo )

5. The attempt to form a group of real fans that they would conbtrol

6. The odour of a cretinous midget

on the plus side, this is absolute nailed on desperation
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Mega Ron on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:29 am

Adrianisournumber1 wrote:
Is this you by any chance not trolling just as soon as I saw the tweets I thought it might be you

https://twitter.com/therealwestham1/sta ... 9990524928" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


**** off you twat.
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby taffhammer on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:34 am

Adrianisournumber1 wrote:Is this you by any chance not trolling just as soon as I saw the tweets I thought it might be you

https://twitter.com/therealwestham1/sta ... 9990524928" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


Would they really sink that low ?
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby sanchoz on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:38 am

The company has just been set up so we’ve not received a penny yet as it takes 10 days

We’ve spent £700 on flyers posters waiting to be paid

If you apply in writing to the group we will provide you with the minutes.

https://twitter.com/realwesthamfans/sta ... 3376472066

The troll has already been answered professionally by RWHFAG
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby woodford on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:39 am

taffhammer wrote:
Would they really sink that low ?



Would they really be above that?
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby Mr_Skid on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:40 am

I dont know if this is common knowledge or not but Andy Swallow was Grays Athletic chief exec and in 2012 did a deal with Sullivan for the club to play at rush green.

Not really relevant to the RHWFAG but i thought it was interesting!

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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby taffhammer on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:47 am

woodford wrote:
Would they really sink that low ?

Would they really be above that?


To be honest, neither shouldn't be debatable when it comes to the owners of your club. Sad times.
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Re:  Real West Ham Fans Action Group

Postby BromleyHammer on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:52 am

I just want to echo what an earlier poster said about the badge, I know over our history we have had many iterations of the badge, and the castle had once been a part of it, the one constant is the crossed hammers. I thought the old badge had become dated, and I do like the new design. The RWHFAG need to move on from this and focus all of their attention on the much larger topics, such as ownership and stadium. For the record, I am anti board, anti stadium, and I will be marching on the 10th.
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