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Ravel uses Tottenham warm up to prepare for altogether tougher challenge

It’s good to see that Ravel used the Tottenham game to warm up for the much more challenging match against San Marino U21’s. Sadly, our new £19m Release Clause man couldn’t get on the score sheet – a feet achieved with sublime ease against Tottenham’s £100m team – but he did play a full part in helping England’s next Golden Generation …

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Where now for Big Sam?

So, after the  stunning victory at Spurs, the big question is, ‘What does Allardyce do now?’ After decades of playing one way, he has suddenly discovered that you don’t need to hit long balls forward to an immobile forward and that players can actually interchange positions over the course of a game. Talk about a conversion on the road to Green Lanescus! The transformation on …

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After the Tottenham Trouncing, Captain Kev Sounds Like Manager in Waiting

Nolan has his critics but I have always been a big fan, so much so that I nominated him as the Player of the Season the year Parker was stupidly given the award. And listening to his post match interview after Tottenham’s tonking, you can see exactly why Sam Alliadichi loves him so much. The guy is captain, mentor, player and player manager rolled into one. Of course, our Kevin …

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Tottenham reaction to West Ham humiliation

They hath disgraced us and hindered us ninety eight million, laughed at our losses, mocked at our gains, scorned our new stadium, thwarted our bargains, cooled our friends, heated our enemies—and what’s their reason? We are Tottenham men. Hath not a Tottenham man eyes? Hath not a Tottenham man hands…

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Tottenham 0 West Ham 3 – Were you watching Benjamin Netanyahu?

Were you watching Moses? Were you watching Shylock? Were you watching David Ben Gurion? Were you watching Golda Meir? Our lads gave your boys one hell of a beating! Where to start? The first half performance was good, but the warning signs were there. Townsend had the beating of Boomtown and Tottenham were beginning to camp in our half. True we had fashioned the best two…

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Half Time Tottenham 0 West Ham 0 – Best chance to Nolan!

Well that was a lot better than I expected! To be fair to Maiga, Vaz Te has looked every bit as ineffective in the striker role, but the rest of the team have been huge. Tomkins and Reid have made countless crucial interceptions and well timed challenges and the midfield have been chasing and closing, but also breaking as well. …

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Jarvis, Maiga and O’Brien dropped!

Well it’s not before time! At last Allardyce has woken up to the fact that Maiga is shit and grasped that Vaz Te, the man he wanted to offload, is a far better option up front. As for Jarvis, he has been on borrowed time all season so, with Downing fit and Cole on his way back, it is…

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Into the bottom three

So, when was the last time we were in the bottom three of the Premiership? You have to go back to the time of Avram. Six or seven games into the season and the table is generally taking shape, and whilst we currently have a game in hand, it is hard to …

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Letting Collison move to Bournemouth is madness!

Ok, so we all know the problem. We have a team that can’t score goals. The strikers are useless, and the midfielders get a nose bleed if they get anywhere near the box – Nolan apart who is now so slow that even Faye could pick up his jogs. True Morrison may be another exception but, if we are honest, he was pretty ineffective for the …

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Look at the important stats you idiot Allardyce!

Listen to him! What an idiotic twat. It was the referee’s fault. Well it always is when we lose according to Allardyce, but this time he does have a point. It was the players’ fault. We created chances and when you create chances you should score goals. It’s like a …

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Tigers 1 Hammers 0 – Referee Friend Receives Hull City’s Man of the Match Award!

Well the penalty awarded to Hull in the first half was as soft as wet toilet paper but debateable if O’Brien did, indeed, stupidly shove Brady in the back, but the failure to award an equaliser penalty for the most obvious hand ball you will see this season was utterly inexplicable. Livermore clearly put his arm to ball and …

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Half Time – Kevin a Friend of Hull City!

Was it a penalty? It looked bloody soft to me, but Hull City’s best Friend, the referee, saw a push from O’Brien in the back of Brady and, following a fantastic swallow dive by the Hull player, the pen was awarded. If O’Brien did push him, he should be shot because Tomkins had the situation under control and was heading the ball clear. So, crass…

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Allardyce opts for dog crap!

So Maiga starts again, meaning that Vaz Te is sat on the bench once more alongside Petric. The selection is perverse but the pig headed one knows he knows best, so it looks like we are stuck with Maiga at least until Petric or Cole are fit to start. If I was Vaz Te, I would be well pissed. OK…

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Vaz Te or Maiga?

Well, it shouldn’t take long to answer that one. Strawberries & cream or dog shit? London or Leeds? Italy or Albania? Ron Greenwood or Avram Grant? Paradise or Purgatory? So tell me, why the hell has Maiga started so many games whilst Vaz Te has been ignored? Bloody hell, Maiga …

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Echoes of Avram Grant as West Ham Progress in League Cup

I did not see the game but the Cardiff equaliser was depressingly predictable after we took an early two goal lead. Without Reid, the centre of the defence is short of pace, whilst Chambers and McCartney were never going to provide a sense of solidity on the flanks. A win is a win, but the fact …

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Ex Sunderland Boss Di Canio next in line to manage West Ham?

So, how many West Ham fans want him now? Not so long ago, the Claret and Blue Klan were hailing Il Duce as the best thing to happen to football management since Brian Clough. Any suggestions that he was too hot headed, and would be a disaster as a manager, were met with howls of…

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Was Noble to blame for the Everton defeat?

Noble’s critics were quick to blame their bête noir for the defeat against Everton, conveniently forgetting that Everton’s first equaliser resulted from a foul by Collins in exactly the same area of the pitch. There was no argument about the award when Collins rashly and needlessly tripped Barkley, but for some reason, Ginge has not…

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West Ham 2 Everton 3 – Relegation struggle confirmed

OK, the excuses will be made. Did Noble connect with the ball before he was sent off? Probably yes. Should he have been sent off therefore, even if a foul was awarded? Probably no. Did he even deserve the first yellow for the tug on Mirallis? Some referees would have considered the free kick punishment enough, especially given the fact that Reid cleared the ball anyway. However, moan as much as …

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Premier League Table 2015 – 2016

# Team P
1 Manchester City 12
2 Crystal Palace 9
3 Leicester City 8
4 Swansea City 8
5 Manchester United 7
6 Arsenal 7
7 Liverpool 7
8 West Ham United 6
9 Everton 5
10 Southampton 5
11 AFC Bournemouth 4
12 Aston Villa 4
13 Chelsea 4
14 Norwich City 4
15 West Bromwich Albion 4
16 Tottenham Hotspur 3
17 Watford 3
18 Stoke City 2
19 Newcastle United 2
20 Sunderland 2

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