David Sullivan was sitting in his desk contemplating, wearing his Russian hat to keep warm. He’d turned down the heating to save money. Following the enormous success of his last film iron Men’, was not it about time that he produced another blockbuster? Iron Men 2 is a fantastic title. It would reveal how they had clawed their way up from poverty. The way they had championed the right of a woman to ascertain what happens to her body. How they had increased women’s employment opportunities. And furthered the cause of freedom of the media.

Maybe Al Pacino and Robert De Niro could portray David Gold. The title Marie Antoinette came to his mind but he could not recall whether she was an actress.

These ideas were too much for him and he fell asleep. He dreamed that he was in a marketplace for soccer players. Then there was one for all those out of contract and ultimately for one for the nearly healthy. In the last booth, he came across the Archbishop of Canterbury, studying one of his magazines and praying for Andy Carroll and Jack Wilshere.

He awakened with a jolt to locate his son, Jack, poking him in the shoulder and telling him it was almost the end of January and he had to make some decisions.

He thought for a moment and then suggested to Jack that, perhaps, they ought to sign Alain Ducasse. Jack pointed out that he was the chef of the restaurant that they had visited in Dorchester the prior week to go over their financial issues. He inquired Jack, where were the strategies for naming a stand’The David Sullivan Stands’? Perhaps, now was not the perfect time.

He pondered and then decided they needed to provide some of their old players a ring. He told Jack to ring Payet and inquire if he had been missing London. Perhaps, we’d been in too much of a rush to sell him. In addition, he advised Jack to contact Roy Hodgson and ask him if he would swap Kouyate and Tomkins for Sanchez and Ajeti.

They all say we want peace. Can you see how he overcome Boiler Man at halftime?

Jack told him they’d managed to get Tomas Soucek on loan, but they had others. Sullivan asked if this was the player he met when he went to a stag weekend to Prague.
He indicated he should go on more stag weekends.

Then, Jack suggested they eliminate Karren Brady. He had a friend who would do the job in a tenth of the purchase price. Sullivan told him she had been too knowledgeable to get rid of her. Jack looked bemused and asked if it was her understanding of football. It is her understanding of us.

He is interested in a London club. Jack pointed out he was accused of chopping a journalist into small pieces. Sullivan told me that it was this sort of treatment that could motivate the players. And maybe a few fans could gain from a harsher regime. There’s a few he’d love to pick out on that West Ham Till I Die website.

They said he had been becoming old, but he had a lot of new ideas. The fans realised they were sold a pig in the poke. Maybe they can rent the stadium. They could offload the rental of the London Stadium to Leyton Orient. After all, they’d been eager to play there.

He inquired Jack, who the West Brom manager was. They looked well organised and they would need someone like that once they sacked Moyes for the next time. Jack responded it was Slaven Bilic. He asked Jack if it had been the exact same Slaven Bilic West Ham had employed. Maybe there were just two of them.

He looked in the comments. He was not interested in some of the posts. One fan commented that the side was in pits. Another suggested the stadium ought to be called the Pit of Despair. Another suggested bronze statues for himself and David Gold and they should be placed inside (a tribute to an enthusiast who made this remark ).

Jack asked him how much he was going to invest in this transfer window. He told Jack that he was going to send plenty of emails. Some would arrive and some would not. But, he had been thinking that it was pointless spending money on any great players, as he would need to eliminate them at the end of the year when they dropped to the Championship.

He appeared the Football League parachute payments program on his PC. 55 percent of earnings in the first year, 45 percent in the next year and 20 percent in the next year. He immediately realised what the club could get in a fire sale and implemented a 20 percent discount. All in all, it would not be too bad. After all, it was not the first time they were relegated.

Sullivan took a look at the Guardian report on the match against West Brom. David Moyes wore’a somewhat haunted appearance’. The floor is’sad and soulless’. There was, ‘ a noxious atmosphere’. Well, he thought, I will show them all. This is my Stalingrad. I am not going to be pushed around any further. The young lovers love me. It is those hypocritical old age pensioners that are causing all of the trouble. If I hang around a little, they will all disappear. Without a doubt, when they get to Paradise, they will begin writing critical articles and make snide comments. Otherwise, they can go to hell.