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09 Jun 2021 11:06:37
Apparently David Moyes is not looking to sign a goalkeeper this window because he believes Fabianski is good enough to still be our number one for a year and Randolph adequate back up.

Instead he is choosing to invest the money he has in other areas of the squad. Which I don't mind at all.

However, Arsenal have apparently made an approach for Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana.

Now, Onana is currently looking at a 12 month suspension from football as a result of taking a banned substance. He is appealing the decision as apparently it was a mistake as he took his wife' medicine rather than the one he was meant to take in error.

He is a superb goalkeeper, still only 25 and apparently available for as little as £7 million even if the ban is lifted. This figure is likely to fall further if he loses his appeal to have the ban lifted.

When you consider Chelsea were looking to sign him for significantly more money prior to signing Mendy. and when you consider he is still young, has bags of potential and still to see and has Champions League and Europa League experience, I think we should be all over this and trying to get him in.

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1.) 09 Jun 2021 14:02:23
Hi Die 4 I think it's a bit short sighted not to sign a keeper as Fab only has 1 year left and has had a few injury probs. I really like Johnstone and evidently he likes west ham. Listening to the England game where Stuart Pearce was commentating it was clear he likes him as well.


2.) 10 Jun 2021 07:52:22
Hey mercerl, I would rather we did sign a goalkeeper and that is what my post was about. I think we should be all over Andre Onana. I have also said in previous posts that Tomas Veclik the Czech no. 1 who is a free agent after leaving Sevilla is a "free" signing agents fees and bonuses etc aside that I think we should look at.

I have just seen a few reports recently that Moyes is looking at spending his budget on improving other areas of the team first.

I also saw a report the other day that apparently the Sam Johnstone link is off because we deem him too expensive.


3.) 10 Jun 2021 15:46:09
Don't know much about onana but all poked at Veclik a couple of weeks ago he seems to have lost his place at Seville due to Injury and wasn't offered a guaranteed 1st place, hence him turning down a new contract. You do worry about goalies who have had injuries. I watched Trott a free times a couple of years ago and thought he had promise. Do perhaps Moyes has a long term plan for the position.


4.) 10 Jun 2021 21:49:10
If Arsenal go elsewhere then Ryan could be a good backup.


5.) 11 Jun 2021 16:08:41
Let’s face it, onana cannot possibly get away with appealing the decision saying he thought it was his but it was actually his wife’s medicine, I would laugh that out of the room if I was on that board!


6.) 11 Jun 2021 23:12:00
His ban has been reduced to 9 months.

I still think we should go for him… let him settle in with the squad, settle in with the country and the culture… he is a class goalkeeper worth a lot more than the numbers being mentioned and still only 25 years old.


7.) 13 Jun 2021 09:10:05
Do not really see the point in signing a player who is ineligible to play for 9 months, that is a waste of 9 months pay!

Sam Johnstone all day long for me, proven keeper in premier league.
My priority would be a keeper and a couple of strikers, if we can pick up another cb then that’s a bonus.


8.) 13 Jun 2021 17:42:44
I see what you’re saying Bobby, but giving him a contract that pays him a fraction of any weekly wage we agree while he is suspended, or signing him with no signing bonus to off set against the wages we’d pay out during his suspension.

Given the money we’d save on transfer fee as a result of the suspension (Chelsea were rumoured to be looking at signing him for £30 million, he’s now available for £2-7 million depending on what article you read) I think we’d be foolish to not at least gauge his interest.

Signing a £30 million goalkeeper for a fraction of the price and not being able to play him for 9 months, would be like signing someone that subsequently gets injured.


 

 

10 May 2021 16:20:38
Eds, we have been linked with a handful of players from the Czech league after the success of Soucek and Coufal, but is Lukas Provod one of them by any chance?

If not, is there any team currently interested in Provod?

I think he'd be a great addition to our squad, versatile, can play anywhere on the left, can also play central midfield, strong, works hard and good in the air as well as with his feet.

Lukas Provod (LW) Inter enquired about his availability in January but he is well down the list of targets for them and would likely be no more than cover. Arminia Bielefeld were interstested before he moved last year. He would likely not get a Work Permit in England without an exemtion being requested.}

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20 Mar 2021 20:30:30
Ed's, is there any truth in the "nikola Maksimovic has agreed to join West Ham in the summer" reports I've read online?

29 years old, Serbian international who currently plays for Napoli. Not sure what to make of it, free agent in the summer so is he to cover the squad position of Balbueba who's set to move on a free?

Have we completely given up on the idea of Caleta-Car from Marseille or Milenkovic from Fiorentina? (both linked with Liverpool and Manchester United respectively, so may be long shots any way) .

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{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any agreement but it would make sense as he will be out of contract. Maksimovic is a well respected player.}


1.) 24 Mar 2021 16:31:09
Hardly the Red Bull approach that's been oft touted but as you say, he's a decent player and on a free is sensible business.

What I'm not so enamoured with are the rumours linking us to freebies Marega, Aboubakar and Lundstram. The first two are 30 this year and aren't exactly prolific in defensively inferior leagues, so I'm highly doubtful either would have much, if any success in the PL.

As for Lundstram. meh, he's proving this season exactly why Everton had him running around in Leagues 1 and 2 for so many years before finally offloading him to Oxford. Nowhere near good enough to be a PL player despite one flash in the pan season last time out.

More worryingly, you'd have to suspect that he'd be being eyed as an alternate for Rice rather than Noble. Could you imagine the uproar in the Summer if Rice goes for big money and we sign Lundstram on a free as a replacement?!

{Ed002's Note - I am not sure what you mean about Red Bull.}


2.) 24 Mar 2021 16:49:47
The Red Bull model that Moyes bangs on about, younger players for the future etc. To quote the man himself:

“I don’t see our model that we should go and buy all the most expensive players in the world, because I don’t see that as a long-term future for West Ham, ” he said.

“I use the Red Bull model as an example, because I see them buying in young players for the future. "

Nikola Maksimovic may well end up being an astute signing but he's in no way, at 30 this year a younger player for the future. That was what I meant by the Red Bull comment.


 

 

25 Jan 2021 08:19:45
Ed's, has there been genuine interest from West Ham in Adam Hlozek from the Czech Republic?

I am aware he was spoken about by Coufal and Soucek but are West Ham actually interested?

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{Ed002's Note - There is a great deal of interest in the kid from across Europe, particularly from two German clubs but at 18 this is not really the right time to be moving and making it into the first team. The advice to the player is to stay where he is for now and develop. Although he is a player who will no doubt do very, very well in the future, he is not the solution to the immediate striker problem that West Ham have.}


 

 

08 Jan 2021 19:59:23
Is there any truth in the West Ham links to Moises Caicedo eds?

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{Ed002's Note - Not that I am aware and WHU have others they will look to to replace Declan Rice if he leaves.
Moises Caicedo (CM/DM/AM) My understanding is that he impressed when Manchester United were following up on looking at another player who they had first seen in the Real Sociedad reserves. There has been interest in Caicedo from other sides including Ajax, Atlanta, Inter Miami, PSV and Chelsea. Someone senior at Chelsea is very keen. I am not aware of any approach by Everton but an independent scout who has worked for Everton in South America attended games to watch him in September and October.}


1.) 08 Jan 2021 21:20:18
Thanks Ed.


2.) 08 Jan 2021 22:56:13
Excellent info. Thx Ed 002.


 

 

 

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01 May 2021 19:36:51
Ed's, could you shed some light on something for me please.

If Man City or Chelsea win the Champions League and both finish top 4, and Manchester United win the Europa League and finish top 4. does England get an additional Champions League spot in the league (so 5th)?

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{Ed002's Note - No. The 5th place goes to one of those sides winning in Europe and not being in the top four.


1.) 01 May 2021 22:13:07
Thanks Ed.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.]


 

 

25 Jan 2021 08:32:17
Ed's, can you cast a little light and help me understand the loan situation at the moment please, because I am a little confused.

The Premier League loan rules currently state that Premier League clubs may not register more than two players on loan at any one time. The maximum number of loans registrable in the same season is four, and, under no circumstances, shall more than one be from the same club at any one time.

The reason I am asking, Arsenal have supposedly agreed a deal to sign Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid, with Dani Ceballos on loan from Real Madrid already, is that possible? Are they signing Ceballos permanently to facilitate this loan?

Also, with Matt Ryan also on loan at Arsenal from Brighton, that would make three loan players at Arsenal at the same time?

I understand there was talk that the loan restrictions would potentially be relaxed during the C.V. as a result of financial restraints, but I just wanted to clarify with you guys.

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{Ed002's Note - The loan rules you mention apply to players from English and Welsh sides.}


1.) 25 Jan 2021 12:20:32
Thanks Ed.

So I am assuming that means we could technically loan two players from foreign clubs this window?

{Ed002's Note - Sure.}


 

 

07 Oct 2020 10:13:59
We have seen eight players leave permanently this summer.

GK. Roberto - Free Transfer
RB. Pablo Zabaleta - End of Contract
CM. Carlos Sanchez - End of Contract
CM. Jack Wilshere - Released
CM. Josh Cullen - Sold to Anderlecht
W. Grady Diangana - Sold to West Brom
F. Albian Ajeti - Sold to Celtic
F. Jordan Hugill - Sold to Norwich

and three players on temporary deals.

CB. Winston Reid - Loaned to Sporting Kansas City
W. Felipe Anderson - Loaned to Porto
F. Xande Silva - Loaned to Aris


Yet we have only signed two players this transfer window.

RB. Vladimir Coufal - Signed from Slavia Prague
CM. Tomas Soucek - Signed from Slavia Prague


I feel like we are leaving ourselves short in our squad should we get injuries or suspensions. I think it is obvious David Moyes wants a new centre back and that'll be a position we look to sign someone in before next Friday, and I think we might also be looking at a left back and a winger / forward still.

I kind of feel we need a central midfield player too.

Names being thrown about for incomings.

CB. Craig Dawson - Watford
CB. Joe Rodon - Swansea
CB - Steve Cook - Bournemouth
LB - Ryan Manning - QPR
W/ F - Said Benrahma

Are there any others?

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1.) 07 Oct 2020 11:14:06
Josh king.


2.) 07 Oct 2020 11:15:02
DM no 2 has already said that we are light and they are looking to rectify that if we pick up 2 good championship players there some good free transfers out the offer a yes contract with the incentive of a 2nd yr if they perform.


3.) 07 Oct 2020 12:29:13
The players he has let down are: too old, too injury prone or not good enough. The only one who didn't fit those catagories was Diagarna who was obviously sold as we needed money.


4.) 07 Oct 2020 16:27:29
I agree Mark, but at the same time, that is still a hefty number of outgoings compared to incomings and does still leave our squad short of numbers in my opinion.


5.) 07 Oct 2020 18:47:11
Alan Irvine no2 has already said squad is light so I believe they will try to buy 2 championship players and maybe one or 2 free transfers.


6.) 07 Oct 2020 19:11:26
Well with 136 million wage bill we can’t afford for the season to stop again.


7.) 07 Oct 2020 21:19:01
At least we sold Roberto for more than he was worth 😂.


8.) 07 Oct 2020 23:16:11
When everyone says they was back up only Anderson zabs got any real playing you can’t rely on wheelchair.


 

 

07 Oct 2020 10:03:16
Based on what I have read, we seem to be after a centre back and maybe a left back still.

With the outgoings of three central midfielders in the shape of Carlos Sanches, Jack Wilshere and Josh Cullen are we looking to replace them? If not I feel like we might be looking a little light in central midfield should injuries or suspensions kick in. I know Fornals, Lanzini and Snodgrass can slot in, but I don't feel they have the same impact.

Likewise with Diangana and Anderson leaving on the wings and Ajeti, Hugill and Silva leaving up top. We haven't signed anyone to replace them.

I think our squad is looking a little thin if we get injuries and suspensions.

Likewise with.

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1.) 07 Oct 2020 18:51:03
Most of them never played and moyes seems to favor 541 at the moment but I think we bring in / 2/ 3 players.


 

 

05 Aug 2020 14:34:55
Lets face it we have a lot of deadwood at our club and I can see a large number of the following players leaving for pastures new this transfer window.

Roberto
Fabian Balbuena
Winston Reid - decent servant but can't be relied on
Arthur Masuaku
Aaron Cresswell
Jack Wilshere
Josh Cullen
Manuel Lanzini - shame really, injury really has set him back
Andriy Yarmolenko
Felipe Anderson
Albian Ajeti
Jordan Hugill - I'd use him in a deal for Eberchi Eze from QPR
Sebastian Haller


I am not saying we will get rid of them all this summer, but I can see a large number of them being allowed to go if offers come in for them. I just hope its early enough for us to actually sign some decent, hungry, young players for the start of the new campaign.

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{Ed002's Note - Deadwood eh? It is a tremendous pity that some supporters show so much disrespect for players at West Ham.}


1.) 05 Aug 2020 16:12:13
Absolutely agree with Ed here. So many on here talk about the game and the club like we are playing championship manager. I think it was Chelmsford who said everyone on here plays fantasy football. If we did the transfers recommended by most of you we wouldn't have a team. I'd be looking for my shinpads and then we would be in trouble.


2.) 05 Aug 2020 16:56:21
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I don’t think, for the money that those players earn, they are pulling their weight and performing.

Winston Reid has not played a competitive game since the 2017-18 season. Not saying he isn’t a decent defender on his day, but he doesn’t play

Jack Wilshere has played 18 competitive games for the club in two seasons. He’s a decent player but he is a waste of our wage bill.

Albian Ajeti doesn’t play because he isn’t thought highly enough, so get rid of him. The same can be said for Roberto, Balbuena and Cullen.

Players like Anderson just don’t cut it in the league and some fans (myself included) Are tired of seeing him pull on the shirt and make little effort.

I also said that we have a lot of deadwood at the club but never specified who I was deem deadwood. You’re assuming I meant all that list. I wasn’t. I was merely saying that those are the players I could potentially see leaving

I wonder if this will get posted?

{Ed002's Note - You start putting stuff like "I wonder if this will get posted?" and it is easier to delete your account than bother responding. You have no respect for players at West Ham - that is clear. Were you one of the vegetables abusing the board and throwing coins? They also had no respect at all.}


3.) 05 Aug 2020 22:52:54
With all due respect there are 13 players listed there as players who you claim could be seen to be surplus to requirements at West Ham. With 0 potential additions bar Eze. That is simply not a sustainable way of building a club. Evolution not revolution spring to mind?


4.) 05 Aug 2020 23:19:34
A couple of those I agree with, the majority I don't. Yarmolenko for example has been injured but when he has had chances he has had some glimpses of what he can do. Anderson has the ability he just needs a manager to get him to show it and have confidence. Haller definitely is capable and people up and down the country said when he came he would be a big hit in the Premier League, again he needs to be played, played with the right service and be managed. Cresswell Hammer of the Year only a few seasons ago and in the England squad. I could go on, but I think the biggest issue is we chop and change managers, we chop and change approach, the players need to be playing under a manager for a while and be given opportunity for stability. Success won't come overnight. We won't buy a winning side, we aren't Man City or Chelsea, we need to build and be stable.


5.) 06 Aug 2020 02:13:13
you CANNOT keep changing your squad every transfer window with 6 or 7 players 2or 3 is all that's needed as players can take a little while to settle and you need stability and consistency. COYI.


6.) 06 Aug 2020 09:36:22
I do think there are players at the club that are surplus to requirements and should be moved on. I do think there are players that we are paying a wage that contribute very little on the pitch.

As I said in my previous message (not the original post) I was not saying that the entire list of players are deadwood at not needed at the club.

It is my opinion that there are a couple of players on that list that are unlikely to ever pull on the shirt again (Roberto for example) and those are the players I deem to be surplus to requirements.

I also wasn't saying in my original post that all of those players are going to leave. In fact what I actually said in both my original post and my follow up post was that those were the players I could see the club allowing to leave if suitable offers come in.

I've been a season ticket holder now for 17 years, I have already renewed for next year, I will always support this club, I always get behind the team when they're playing and actually I have tremendous respect for the players. I don't think it is unreasonable of me to suggest there are players that I perceive lack the effort of some of the others when compared to others.

Lastly, to answer your question, no I wasn't "one of the vegetables" that threw coins and abused the board. I think the abuse and violence shown towards Gold, Sullivan and Brady is disgusting, they took the club from the brink of administration to a financially stable position. Do I agree with all of the decisions they made? Not by a long shot.

Do I think they are too vocal and would I prefer they conducted the clubs business in a more "behind closed doors" fashion, absolutely. Do I think they should sell up and let another investor pump money in to the club to take us to the next level? What football fan wouldn't like to see their club taken over by a rich consortium or individual that is willing to simply throw money at the club in order to win trophies?

However, if they end up staying for a few more years I am not going to complain, they deserve respect in the same way you do, I do and everyone else on this planet does. No human being is worth more or less than any other.


7.) 06 Aug 2020 10:14:55
It is true that we all have views and that the range is wide. I don’t have a problem with that, in general.

We also have leanings towards certain players. For me, though I know it’s not necessarily a popular view, I would like to see us keep Lanzini. The fact that Moyse kept selecting him in the run in, shows that Moyse thinks he was fit and capable. He must be doing enough in training to impress. I am also a Haller fan. He wins more headers than anyone else and has an excellent first touch, BUT he does need other players around him to be at his most effective.

The Wilshire experiment has failed so far, but his wages and injury history mean that there will be no takers. The only way to move him on would be to buy out his contract at huge cost. I feel sorry for him as his body has simply let him down time and time again.

Anderson is an enigma. We know what he can do - he had a very encouraging first season. But he has not been on his game for a long time. If Moyse can’t get the best out of him, it makes sense to consider offers for him, but we will not get what we paid and that would be bad business.

If Roberto can get another gig in Spain, that would suit both parties.

Cresswell is pretty reliable and we should keep him.

Reports are that we have very little, or nothing in the transfer kitty, so we would have to move some on to raise funds.

However, I for one, would not be devastated for us to start with the same match day squad we finished with.

New players are always nice to think about, but reality doesn’t go away.


 

 

 

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16 Jun 2021 08:13:16
I imagine Burnley are going to want £20+ million for Tarkowski which on the face of it isn't bad for a Premier League proven central defender in this day and age. However, he is 28 and there are, in my opinion, younger players who are as good as him but with potential to be better, available for less. Duje Caleta-Car for example is 24 and rumoured to be available for £13 million. David Zima is 20 and rumoured to be available for £10 million. both of which, I would take over Tarkowski to keep a bigger budget on other areas.

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13 Jun 2021 17:42:44
I see what you’re saying Bobby, but giving him a contract that pays him a fraction of any weekly wage we agree while he is suspended, or signing him with no signing bonus to off set against the wages we’d pay out during his suspension.

Given the money we’d save on transfer fee as a result of the suspension (Chelsea were rumoured to be looking at signing him for £30 million, he’s now available for £2-7 million depending on what article you read) I think we’d be foolish to not at least gauge his interest.

Signing a £30 million goalkeeper for a fraction of the price and not being able to play him for 9 months, would be like signing someone that subsequently gets injured.

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11 Jun 2021 23:12:00
His ban has been reduced to 9 months.

I still think we should go for him… let him settle in with the squad, settle in with the country and the culture… he is a class goalkeeper worth a lot more than the numbers being mentioned and still only 25 years old.

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10 Jun 2021 07:52:22
Hey mercerl, I would rather we did sign a goalkeeper and that is what my post was about. I think we should be all over Andre Onana. I have also said in previous posts that Tomas Veclik the Czech no. 1 who is a free agent after leaving Sevilla is a "free" signing agents fees and bonuses etc aside that I think we should look at.

I have just seen a few reports recently that Moyes is looking at spending his budget on improving other areas of the team first.

I also saw a report the other day that apparently the Sam Johnstone link is off because we deem him too expensive.

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09 Jun 2021 07:43:54
Got to be honest Bideford, I agree.

He is very good tactically and I enjoy watching him play when he is on form, but I don't think he fits in as a player alongside Antonio up top, nor do I think he is all that effective out on the wings and I don't think he has the strength or defensive abilities to cover for Soucek or Rice.

If we can make some money back on him now. then we should. Send him on his way with a thank you though. He has been a good servant to the club and given his best.

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08 Jun 2021 12:48:07
I like your list of players to bring in there. Decent signings along the spine of the team. I don't see us having the budget to sign them all though.

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03 Jun 2021 08:30:04
Craig Dawson was signed earlier this year.

Apparently we have £85 million plus player sales for this summer.

David Martin and Balbuena are both leaving this summer on frees after their contracts finish and I would suggest that we sell the following

Reid is apparently wanted by Brentford on a permanent deal now they’ve got promotion, so could get £2-3 million there?

Yarmolenko is apparently out the door this summer with Dynamo Kiev interested for £5 million. Also, a big earner off the wage bill.

Anderson is apparently being looked at by one or two clubs in Italy and Galatasaray in Turkey. If we could get £5 million for him and get him off the wage bill, superb.


We need a goalkeeper, a centre back, a left back, a central midfielder, an attacking midfielder and a forward (if not two) .

Goalkeeper - free agent - Tomas Vaclik from Sevilla. Another Czech international. He’s the National sides number one I believe and with the contingent we currently have I am sure he’d settle in well.

Centre back - free agent - Nikola Maksimovic from Napoli. He is 29 years old so not a young up and comer but someone with international experience and a decent pedigree.

Left back - £16 million - Junior Firpo from Barcelona. He is very fast, strong and can play at left back and left wing back.

Central midfielder - £14 million - Alex Kral from Moscow. He looks class, can play in defence and midfield, so he is versatile and in a midfield three with Rice and Soucek would actually allow Soucek to push a little further up.

Attacking midfielder - £20 million - Jesse Lingard from Manchester United. Not really sure I need to say anything about this.

Forward - £20 million - Adam Hlozek from Sparta Prague. This lad is young, hungry, strong, fast and a good finisher. He is being scouted by every man and his dog but is apparently interested in a move to West Ham because of the opportunities for game time and I am sure a little to do with the Czech contingent.

Forward - £5 million LOAN TO BUY - Tammy Abraham from Chelsea. Chelsea want £40 million for Abraham but that is too steep for us with other positions still needing reinforcements.


And there is also nothing stopping us from signing another player (maybe two) on loan. Although I think we are only allowed two domestic loans at any one time so a third loan would have to be from abroad?

It’s also worth pointing out Buffon is a free agent looking for another chapter and he has said himself that he’d play for West Ham (google it, it’s written in his book) . He’d be a decent signing in a year deal to alternate games with Fabianski and would be EXCEPTIONAL as a tutor to our younger goalkeepers.

We could also look to sign Josh King or Cristian Benteke on a free to save transfer fees for elsewhere.

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01 Jun 2021 13:02:15
Arnie on a free would be a decent deal and if it is even feasible that he'd be free, I would definitely explore it.

Out of Hlozek and Sima, I would be all over Hlozek.

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30 May 2021 09:28:33
You may be right Markro, but IF that is the case, we need some seriously sound investments in players to improve the team. Selling Rice, Anderson and Yarmolenko and any others would give us close to £200 million to spend

I would expect to see AT LEAST 5-6 big additions for that kind of money.

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30 May 2021 09:24:25
Oh dear. Hahaha.

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