Steely Hill wrote:BACK TO BACK WINS.
CRASH BANG WALLOP WE'RE GONNA STUFF THEM!!!!!!!!!11!!!
WIN WIN WIN WIN! CHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGE!
I'm interested to know if West Ham fans would welcome back the 'Easy-O' man.
Hams wrote:I'm interested to know if West Ham fans would welcome back the 'Easy-O' man.
I would rather we ended up playing in League One than ever welcome that Judas back to our club again.
Steely Hill wrote:i'd like to see Morrison ahead of Jarvis personally but i know that either way it wont matter because we'll storm this game and WIN WIN WIN!!!!!!
Conner99 wrote:will have to watch Match of the Day to see what happened ...could have helped West Ham get at least a point .
Steely Hill wrote:as my legions of fans and observers will testify, i'll only offer my roar to victory style posts when i am genuinely fearful of a defeat. i had expected this to be a much tougher game than FUlham but Palace were every bit as crap as their West London buddies.
that we managed to lose that game speaks volumes for the ineffectivenes of our team to trouble opposition goalkeepers. Cole was a non-existant lump that won nothing, held nothing up and contributed nothing. it is little wonder he was let go and we've been playing with no men up front. i thought Maiga should have started and i can't understand why Demel was dropped for O'Brien. Demel offers more defensively and going forward so it seems like another example of Allardyce dropping players as a punishment rather than working towards a solution in which the players pay us back for their errors by a good performance on the pitch.
the ref was every bit as bad as the 22 players on the pitch. one of the worst adverts for football you'll ever see - and all that in the 'best league in the world'. aside from the Sunderland game, we'll hardly get any points from the next few games so Sunderland becomes even more 'must win' than this was which is an absurd situation to be in given our relatively comfortable run of fixtures up to this stage.
Allardyce will be a very concerned man indeed. 4/1 as next manager to go.
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