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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Sun Jun 06, 2010 2:40 am

Di Caniooooo! wrote:
Spoiler:
Hitz fits bill for Hammers
Grant makes first signing since taking over as manager

West Ham United's new manager Avram Grant has made his first signing after bringing in Thomas Hitzlsperger on a three-year contract.

Hitzlsperger has spent the past six months with Lazio, but the former Aston Villa midfielder has agreed to return to the Premier League with West Ham.

The 28-year-old only joined Lazio in January from Stuttgart after his contract with the Bundesliga club was cancelled to give Hitzlsperger a better chance of making Germany's World Cup.

However, despite his switch to Serie A, the ex-Bayern Munich youngster was unable to claim a place in Germany coach Joachim Low's 23-man squad for the finals in South Africa.

He will now turn his focus to his club career after accepting the opportunity to play in England for the second time.

During five years on the books of Villa, Hitzlsperger scored 12 goals in 114 appearances before leaving for Stuttgart in 2005.

Hitzlsperger is likely to be the first of several fresh faces to arrive at Upton Park over the summer months following Grant's appointment as manager.

Grant has been tipped to raid his former club Portsmouth for some players, while the likes of Thierry Henry and David Beckham have also been linked with moves to West Ham.
http://msnsport.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12040_6192578,00.html

West Ham sign Hitzlsperger from Lazio on a 3 year deal. This rather snuck up on me, I hadn't heard that we were going after him. How in the world do you pronounce that? Razz

How was he at Villa debaser?

He was Der Hammer. Never quite made a place his own, but he had a great shot from distance and a great attitude. I like him, he should do good for you Ale

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:59 pm

West Ham have confirmed a settlement with Zola, and the departure of Clarke.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:08 am

West Ham's fixtures


August

14 Aston Villa (A)

21 Bolton (H)

28 Man Utd (A)
September

11 Chelsea (H)

18 Stoke City (A)

25 Tottenham (H)
October

2 Fulham (H)

16 Wolves (A)

23 Newcastle (H)

30 Arsenal (A)
November

6 Birmingham (A)

9 West Brom (H)

13 Blackpool (H)

20 Liverpool (A)

27 Wigan (H)
December

4 Sunderland (A)

11 Man City (H)

18 Blackburn (A)

26 Fulham (A)

28 Everton (H)
January

1 Wolves (H)

5 Newcastle (A)

15 Arsenal (H)

22 Everton (A)
February

1 Blackpool (A)

5 Birmingham (H)

12 West Brom (A)

26 Liverpool (H)

March

5 Stoke City (H)

19 Tottenham (A)
April

2 Man Utd (H)

9 Bolton (A)

16 Aston Villa (H)

23 Chelsea (A)

30 Man City (A)
May

7 Blackburn (H)

14 Wigan (A)

22 Sunderland (H)

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1287024/West-Hams-Premier-League-fixtures-2010-11.html#ixzz0r5zVarg2
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:23 am

Boa Morte signs a new 2 year deal Erm

Wasn't he on some ridiculous wages? Sure they've been cut now, but that is not really a move that signals much ambition.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Sun Jul 11, 2010 2:32 pm

Russian Billionaire Poised To Inject Millions Into West Ham United - Report
Russian billionaire Len Blavatik could become the latest foreign invester in the Premier League, after it was reported he was readying a 30 million offer to buy shares in West Ham United.
According to the News of the World, Blavatik - the 93rd richest man in the world according to the Forbes Rich List - is eyeing up a 35 per cent stake in the Hammers.

His fortune, which he built up in America with his multi-national firm Access Industries, is estimated to be worth around 5 billion.

Blavatik has yet to make contact with current Hammers' owners David Sullivan and David Gold, but is currently considering his next move after being encouraged by his financial advisers to make an offer.

More than 35 per cent of the club is held by Straumur, but they have a creditors' meeting on Thursday amid financial insecurity.

Sullivan and Gold rescued the ailing club in January from the brink of administration, and have since been actively looking for investment in the east London club.

Despite stating their preference to find a fellow West Ham fan to invest, the pair have made huge strides since taking over and would welcome Blavatik's investment.

New manager Avram Grant will hope any deal can be agreed which would supply him with an injection of further transfer funds in an attempt to strengthen the squad.

The former Portsmouth boss began life in the Upton Park hot-seat last week and has already been promised access to the club's coffers this summer.

Despite poor performances at World Cup 2010, Grant remains defiant when asked about the future of England international's Robert Green and Matthew Upson

"I have faith in English players. I've been coming here at least five times a year since I was 20 so know the English mentality," he said.

"You need to believe in these players. They are good. In England they only analyse. They've short memories. Three months ago all these players were the world's best. Now they're bad.

"There are enough good players in England that there is not a reason to think Germany are better."


Oh I so hope he does invest.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Aristoskank on Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:20 pm

Having to rely on the Russians to bail you out? That's must sting your pride...

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Sun Jul 11, 2010 4:02 pm

If it means we can sign Neymar, I don't really care Razz
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Kimbo on Sun Jul 11, 2010 4:07 pm

The advantage of being a London club, rich mugs will invest millions into any old club just so they can hang around with Roman and Mittal. Rolling Eyes
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by TM on Sun Jul 11, 2010 4:49 pm

Only thing is do you really want Sullivan and Gold spending those millions? Those guys are a bunch of retards, only a while ago did they want to sign Henry ffs.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Tue Jul 13, 2010 2:48 pm



God, I hope we some how sign him.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Jul 14, 2010 9:36 pm

West Ham United: Kurucz, Faubert, Da Costa, Gabbidon, Brown, Kovac, Noble, Hitzlsperger, Stanislas, Boa Morte, Cole
Subs: Stech, Ilunga, Fry, Tomkins, Spence, Eyjolfsson, McNaughton, Lee, Edgar, Dyer, Abdulla, McCarthy, Sears, Montano

Peterborough United: Lewis, Little, Langmead, Ofori-Twumasi, Lee, Boyd, McCann, Bennett, Mendez-Laing, McLean, Mackail-Smith
Subs: Wesolowski, McKeown, Rowe, Hibbert, Simpson, Whelpdale, Davie

First friendly line-up

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Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Jul 14, 2010 9:47 pm

West Ham win 2-1, next up, Borussia Monchengladbach

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:08 pm


New signings within 72 hours
Avram Grant is set to see his West Ham United squad boosted in the next few days
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West Ham United are pleased to announce the club should be in a position to announce a number of exciting new signings by the end of the week.

The latest transfer update comes as Thomas Hitzlsperger, the club's first major summer acquisition, made his debut for the Hammers in Wednesday night's away friendly at Peterborough United. The Germany star played the first 45 minutes and set up Carlton Cole for a well-taken goal in a polished performance.

The new recruits will add extra international strength to Avram Grant's squad with just a month to go until the start of the new Barclays Premier League season.

The Hammers will head to Germany on Friday for an eight-day training camp that includes matches against Bundesliga side VfL Borussia Monchengladbach and Greek champions Panathinaikos. The travelling party will be joined by England trio Robert Green, Matthew Upson and Scott Parker.

The new signings will all make their Boleyn bow in the SBOBET Cup in aid of the Academy against RC Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday 7 August before the action all gets under way seven days later.


Probably Berrera and Remy, though with Berrera's comments I don't really want him. I'd just about sell my soul for us to sign Neymar.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:03 pm

We've signed Berrera, Piquinne is signing and Ben-Haim is close to signing. We looked good to sign Remy but now Liverpool are interested so don't know how that will play out.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:58 pm

Borussia Monchengladbach 0-2 West Ham

Cole and McCarthy score two remarkable goals. First Freddie Sears beats his man with a trick so good that it trips up the defender and he then crosses to Cole who drills it into the back of the net, then McCarthy scores off of a half-volley from the edge of the box.

Next up Pananthiakos.

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Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:15 am


West Ham's hopes of moving to Olympic Stadium after 2012 given boost

Hammers want to move into Stratford site after 2012
Company behind shopping centre around stadium receptive

West Ham United's bid to move into the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 games received a boost today after the company behind the huge shopping centre that will dominate the entrance to the site said it would back the idea.

The east London club has submitted a bid to take over the stadium in conjunction with Newham Council as part of a process being overseen by the Olympic Park Legacy Company. AEG, the operator of the O2, was also one of more than 100 parties to register an interest.

There had been speculation that Westfield, the Australian company behind the 1.9m square foot Stratford City shopping centre that is seen as a key part of the bid to leave a legacy for east London, did not approve of the idea of West Ham taking over.

But appearing yesterday before the Economic Development, Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee, Westfield's Stratford City director, John Burton, said it was already working with West Ham and Newham Council on their plans.

"Clearly there are statements saying we are opposed to West Ham and that is simply not correct," Burton said. "We will work with West Ham or anyone else for that matter in the delivery of a further use. The only criteria we would put around that is, given our role around access, that we have regular communication and co‑ordination to deal with any organisational issues."

"We're well-experienced in it, we simply want the opportunity to work with whoever the operator might be. We have had discussions with Newham and the West Ham group about how to take that forward."

The Olympic Delivery Authority chief executive, David Higgins, said last week the 1.5bn Westfield Stratford development, which includes shops, hotels, offices and flats, was key to the regeneration of the area.

Burton said the overriding priority for the stadium should be to "get it back into use as quickly as possible and make sure that is a long term use". He added: "We are ready to support West Ham and Newham should they be the successful tenderer for its long term use."

The OPLC is now whittling down those expressions of interest to a shortlist of names that will go through a formal procurement process. The OPLC has promised to come up with a decision before the end of the year.

A key factor, alongside commercial and community considerations, is likely to be the upfront investment required to convert the stadium which has some permanent facilities but will house toilets and concession stands in pods on its periphery during the Games into a permanent football stadium.

West Ham and Newham's joint bid, which envisages reducing the capacity from 80,000 to around 60,000, included plans for health and educational facilities. Its vision for a community sporting club along continental lines has also included discussions with UK Athletics and Essex County Cricket Club.

"The design has to incorporate football and an athletics track. That has always been a challenge but I think West Ham's design rises to that challenge," the councillor Paul Brickell, executive member for Olympics and public affairs at the London Borough of Newham, told the committee.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/jul/20/west-ham-olympic-stadium-2012

I hope we get the stadium, though I'll miss Upton Park.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:36 pm

COTR wrote:Thought you Whammers would be interested in this.


WEST HAM UNITED - FIRST TEAM SQUAD 2009-2010 - CONTRACTS & SALARIES
Spoiler:

No Player Position Weekly Yearly Joined Fee Notes
Gianfranco Zola Manager 36,300 1,887,600 Sep 2008 N/A Contract Sep 2008 - June 2011; Ext Jun 2013 (@Apr 2009)
Steve Clark Assist Man 24,200 1,258,400 Sep 2008 N/A Contract Sep 2008 - June 2011; Ext Jun 2013 (@Apr 2009)
Kevin Keen Head Coach 12,100 629,200 Jul 2002 N/A Contract Oct 2006 - June 2009; Ext Jun 2011 (@Sep 2008)
Kevin Hitchcock Coach (GK) 3,000 156,000 Mar 2010 N/A Contract March - June 2010 (@Mar 2010)
1 Robert Green Goalkeeper 30,000 1,560,000 Aug 2006 2,000,000 Contract Aug 2006 - Jun 2010; Ext Jun 2011 (@Aug 2008)
4 Danny Gabbidon Defender 50,000 2,600,000 Jul 2005 1,500,000 Contract Aug 2005 - Jun 2008; Ext Jun 2010 (@Aug 2007)
7 Kieron Dyer Midfield 70,000 3,640,000 Aug 2007 6,000,000 Contract Aug 2007 - Jun 2011
8 Scott Parker Midfield 70,000 3,640,000 Jun 2007 7,000,000 Contract Aug 2007 - Jun 2012
9 Mido (Ahmed Hossam) Forward 1,000 52,000 Feb 2010 Loan Loan Feb 2010 - Jun 2010
10 Guillermo Franco Forward 20,000 1,040,000 Sep 2009 Loan Contract Sep 2009 - Jun 2010
11 Ilan Arajo Dall'Igna Forward 19,231 1,000,000 Feb 2010 Loan Loan Feb 2010 - Jun 2010
12 Carlton Cole Forward 50,000 2,600,000 Jul 2006 1,000,000 Contract Jul 2006 - Jun 2010; Ext Jun 2013 (@Nov 2008)
13 Lus Boa Morte Midfield 70,000 3,640,000 Jan 2007 5,000,000 Contract Jan 2007 - Jun 2010
14 Radoslav Kovc Midfield 20,000 1,040,000 Jan 2009 3,250,000 Contract Aug 2009 - Jun 2012
15 Matthew Upson Defender 70,000 3,640,000 Jan 2007 7,500,000 Contract Jan 2007 - Jun 2011
16 Mark Noble Midfield 20,000 1,040,000 Jul 2000 Academy (2000) Debut (Aug 2004) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2013) (@Apr 2009)
17 Benni McCarthy Forward 38,462 2,000,000 Feb 2010 2,500,000 Contract Feb 2010 - June 2012
18 Jonathan Spector Defender 20,000 1,040,000 Jun 2006 500,000 Contract Aug 2006 - Jun 2010
20 Julien Faubert Midfield 30,000 1,560,000 Jun 2007 6,100,000 Contract Jul 2007 - Jun 2012
21 Valon Behrami Midfield 30,000 1,560,000 Jul 2008 5,000,000 Contract Jul 2008 - Jul 2013
22 Manuel da Costa Defender 20,000 1,040,000 Aug 2009 2,000,000 Contract Aug 2008 - Jun 2012
23 Hrita Ilunga Defender 20,000 1,040,000 Sep 2008 Loan / Fee Loan Aug 2008 - Jun 2009; Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2013
28 Pter Kurucz Goalkeeper 5,000 260,000 Feb 2009 Loan / Fee Loan Jul 2008 - Jun 2009; Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2014
29 Marek Stech Goalkeeper 3,000 156,000 Jul 2006 Academy (2006) Debut (Sub only) (Contract Jul 2006 - Jun 2010)
30 James Tomkins Defender 4,000 208,000 Jul 2005 Academy (2005) Debut (Mar 2008) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2013) (@Apr 2009)
31 Jack Collison Midfield 2,000 104,000 Jul 2005 Academy (2005) Debut (Jan 2008) (Contract Jul 2008 - Jun 2013)
32 Alessandro Diamanti Forward 30,000 1,560,000 Aug 2009 6,000,000 Contract Aug 2009 - Jun 2014
33 Fabio Daprel Defender 10,000 520,000 Jul 2009 500,000 Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2014
34 Oliver Lee Midfield 400 20,800 Jul 2009 Academy (2009) Debut (Sub only) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2010) (@Apr 2009)
36 Anthony Edgar Midfield 400 20,800 Jul 2004 Academy (2004) Debut (Jan 2010) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2010) (@Apr 2009)
41 Zavon Hines Forward 400 20,800 Jul 2006 Academy (2006) Debut (Aug 2008) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2010) (@Apr 2009)
45 Jordan Spence Defender 400 20,800 Jul 2004 Academy (2004) Debut (N/A) (Contract Jul 2006 - Jun 2010)
46 Junior Stanislas Midfield 1,500 78,000 Jul 2000 Academy (2000) Debut (Mar 2009) (Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2014) (@Apr 2009)
705,792 36,701,200 55,850,000
187,831 9,767,200
182,100 9,469,200 Released (March): 35 Josh Payne, 44 Bondz NGala, Nick Barrett, Davide Ferrari,
178,462 9,280,000 Peter Loveday, Danny Kearns, Conor Okus, Jack Lampe.
PLAYERS ON LOAN
19 Freddie Sears Forward 4,000 208,000 Jul 2000 Academy (2000) Debut (Mar 2008) (Contract Jul 2008 - Jun 2013) (@Feb 2008)
24 Frank Nouble Forward 10,000 520,000 Jul 2009 500,000 Contract Jul 2009 - Jun 2014
Hlmar rn Eyjlfsson Defender 400 20,800 Jul 2008 Academy (2008) Debut (N/A) ~ On loan to Roeselare, Belguim (to May 2010)
Matt Fry Defender 400 20,800 Jul 2001 Academy (2001) Debut (N/A) ~ On loan to Gillingham (to May 2010)
Out of contract - June 2010
Out of contract - June 2011
Out of contract - June 2012
WHUFC-FIXTURES-2009-2010.xls/28.03.2010 WHU SQUAD 2009-2010

Turns out that was all bogus.



Today's issue of the Daily Star [Wednesday 21 July 2010] contained the following apology to West Ham United:-

"On May 5 2010, we said that we had obtained a document detailing the salaries of players and key managerial staff at West Ham.We are satisfied that the document was bogus and the published details contained a substantial number of inaccuracies.

"We apologise to West Ham, the players and staff referred to in the article for any embarrassment we may have caused."

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:01 pm

West Ham to get relegated - 4/7

With 9 points from 14 played, 10 out of 11 clubs have been relegated in Premier League history.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:37 am

Martin O'Neill is being lined up to replace Avram Grant as manager of West Ham after Saturday's match against Arsenal, BBC Sport understands.

The Hammers are bottom of the Premier League, although Grant has lost only one of his last seven games in charge.

O'Neill, 58, quit Aston Villa out of the blue on the eve of this season.

"O'Neill and West Ham have been in talks over the last week and it seems he will be the new manager," said BBC sports news correspondent Dan Roan.

"My understanding is Avram Grant will be sacked following West Ham's match against Arsenal at Upton Park.

"We haven't had anything official yet from the club but this is what sources are indicating to us.

"There was a board meeting on Wednesday after which club owners David Sullivan and David Gold refused to publicly back their man and it seems a decision has been taken and this will be Grant's last match in charge."

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I may have underestimated just how DISGRACEFUL Grr this man has become. Destructive, cowardly quitting of the Villa and then going to work for the 2 biggest scumbags in football 6 months later. That would truly be an act of utter, utter disgrace No
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Luis on Sat Jan 15, 2011 12:01 pm

How utterly ridiculous. Grant is doing a good job with a piss poor squad yet they think MON will do better.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Sun May 15, 2011 7:19 pm

Relegated.. and now Grant has been sacked.

Coach Kevin Keen will take charge for last game.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Luis on Sun May 15, 2011 8:31 pm

Curbishley will go back there.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Puro on Sun May 15, 2011 9:38 pm

Big mistake putting Parker in there when West Ham had the game almost won. His presence guaranteed Wigan's control of midfield. He's shite in midfield, everything else is just hype as his nomination "player of the year". Laugh
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Post by Isco Benny on Sun May 15, 2011 10:16 pm

I wonder how many matches Parker has almost single handedly dragged Wham out of this season? And yet here we are, with SOME PEOPLE blaming him for losing the game and getting them relegated Laugh
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Pierre Littbarski on Sun May 15, 2011 11:30 pm

Luis wrote:Grant is doing a good job with a piss poor squad

Neutral
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by christmasborocooper on Mon May 16, 2011 8:30 am

I called this relegation so long ago..you should've listened Sad
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Mon May 16, 2011 9:19 am

christmasborocooper wrote:I called this relegation so long ago..you should've listened Sad

Let's be fair, you've probably called it every year.

Y'know WHam would've survived with this points tally last year. In fact they did survive with just 2 pts more.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by christmasborocooper on Mon May 16, 2011 12:43 pm

I called it last year and this year. Because Zola signed shit players.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by christmasborocooper on Mon May 16, 2011 10:14 pm

Police called to Wham end of season dinner..horrible club.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by fcb on Tue May 17, 2011 9:53 am

From the popular LiterallyJamie Twitter page:

The British press is disgraceful. Not one of them have reported the West Ham story with a 'SHIT HITS THE FANS' headline.

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