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    So where does this leave us?

    No (expanded) play-offs? Significantly diminished revenues, and no way of paying club overheads? Social distancing at Priestfield next season, with huge implications for the club (will the factory have to close? Significantly reduced attendances? Closed concourses on matchdays? What if you...
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    Who here...

    ... was at the 1987 play-off semi-final at Sunderland? And roughly how many 'Geordie Gills' were there that day?
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    One thing is for sure...

    We need a striker. Evans himself said that we lacked a 'sniper' up front. Had we had a goal-scoring striker, then we would have likely punished West Ham in the first-half, as they struggled with our aerial play and were leaving too many spaces for us to exploit. Sure, Hanlan makes a very...
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    Anoraks vs Sund'land

    Dare I ask, who do we want to.lose today? Part of me wants Charlton to lose at Wembley and stay down for the giggles and bantz. And to have another valid excuse to go drinking in the Antigallican again! On the other hand, the SoL is a fucking awesome ground and you know that Sunderland are...
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    Neil Harris

    Rumours are circulating that he will soon be given the tin-tack at Millwall, and has frequently had run-ins with his own fans after some poor performances, even telling one group of fans to 'Fvck off down the road and watch Palace!' Assuming that the Director of Football talk and rumours of...
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    Yesterday

    Yesterday was totally unexpected- we were well under the cosh, and I thought it was only going to be matter of time before we conceded as Mendez-Laing's shot longer back from the crossbar. And then List scored, which can only mute concerns about his ability (although you can't doubt his...
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    Tom Eaves

    Let's be honest- he is almost certainly going to be gone by the end of the January transfer window. I would love for someone to offer him a tickle in his salary, in addition to asking him to stay until May to try and embellish his career further with by scoring another 10x goals to help keep...
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    Yesterday...

    ...showed that we are more than capable of snatching an improbable and emphatic win from the jaws of defeat. Not only in front of a big crowd but in a hostile Fratton Park at full capacity- a ground we haven't won at in over 106 years no less. Proof that we are not only more than capable of...
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    Steve Evans

    By hook or by crook, it appears that the club is pulling out all the stops to get Evans and his uncharacteristic post match rant at his players and fans after Mansfield lost away to Colchester today suggested that that Scally's interest has at least either destabilized Mansfield or making Evans...
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    Have to say...

    ...that Saturday was probably one of the best and unexpected results of our recent history. Even if Charlton threw everything at us and should have been ahead, Holy and the defence still stood firm and lady luck was on our side (for once). Even if we do ultimately come up short and go down...
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    Charlton

    Make no mistake- if we manage anything less than a win on Tuesday, then this will surely be the game that defines Pennock's future managerial career at the Gills. He is now statistically the worst manager in Gillingham's history- worse than Glenny 'sucked a horse's p*n*s!' Roeder. For one...
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    I can't help but feel worried...

    ... that we're seeing a recurrence of the same problems up front as last season. In summary, we look toothless going forward. Surely Pennock must know that we need to invest in a half-decent strikforce before the end of this transfer window?
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    Maidstone AKA The Squatters

    How is it that they have managed to secure a lucrative home friendly against Crystal Palace?! They have already sold well over 4,000 tickets meaning they are guaranteed a new record attendance at the Gallagher/3G-Lego stadium. Sure, Palace are unlikely to risk injuries to Bolassie, Cabaye...
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    Manchestuh Citeh

    I read earlier this week that Man City fans were going to be calling for Pep Guardiola's head should they not make the Champions League this season, and suffer the 'ignominy' of Thursday nights visiting KAA Ghent, PSV Eindhoven or Marseille instead of Juventus, PSG or Barcelona. Hmmm... short...
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    League 1

    We've been dogssh1t this season, but we've been lucky, jammy, we've got 50 points and we get the opportunity to demonstrate next season that we really do deserve to stay in this league on merit, or better still, go one better and push for a mid-table or top-half finish. Question is- how to do...
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    Today (so far) can be summed up in one word...

    ... embarrassing.
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    We only need 6 points to hit the 51 point safety-mark

    ... yet we are so shambolic when poor and unlucky when we apply the effort and are half-decent that I struggle to see where those points will come from. Looks like we'll be preparing for next season in League 2 then...
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    Dare I ask....

    ... but when/which day is the replay at Brackley likely to be?
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    West Ham vs Chelsea

    Seemingly, the powers that be very worried about tonight's EFL cup fixture, given as it's the first London derby at the Olympic/London stadium. This is from West Ham's website... http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2016/October/24-October/Supporters-urged-to-arrive-early-for-EFL-Cup-fixtu And...
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    Kenny Jackett

    Is now the favourite to take over at Rovrum after they sacked Alan Stubbs. So assuming if Edinburgh walks or is given the tin-tack, Jackett isn't likely to become the next Gills manager. Which paves the way for that loveable, make-up wearing Glaswegian who once managed Crawley, bankrupted...
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