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Thread: West Ham v Liverpool-4th Nov-5.30pm

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    West Ham v Liverpool-4th Nov-5.30pm

    West Ham drew their last game 2-2 at Palace
    and only sit 1 point above drop zone with Bilic still
    under huge pressure, A heavy defeat here could see him fired.

    Liverpool won their last game 3-0 at home against Huddersfield.
    It was an easy win for reds with visitors not having a shot on target.

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    Agreed, pressure on Bilic, but I'd say Klopp is one defeat away from some serious questions being asked as well. The last time 'Pool were in London they were roundly thrashed by Tottenham, an awful defensive display they will be very keen not to repeat.
    West Ham blew it against Palace last time, when all they had to do was defend, but there were signs of encouragement for the fans I'd say. I didn't see Liverpool's last game, but it sounded like business as usual for them.
    I have to fancy Liverpool for the W here, when on song they have a very potent attack and can overrun a hesitant defence. However, don't think it will be a trouncing.

    West Ham 1 Liverpool 2
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

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    HT West Ham 0 Liverpool 2

    West Ham woeful, cannot believe we lost to this team in the cup, utter chokers at home. I confidently predict they wont come back from this, it is pretty much how many Stinkerpool can score...
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

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    West Ham 1-4 Liverpool


    Another pathetic display from West Ham.

    I didn't bother watching any more when Reds scored 2nd.

    Slaven Bilic out............................................... .

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    Five Live were reporting David Moyes is very much in the frame as West Ham's next manager this morning! That'll cheer Steely up!
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

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    Im disgusted ............................had this one down for 5-0!

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    Hammers now in bottom 3 as we go into international break.

    I don't want David Moyes as West Ham manager.

    my choice is Paulo Di Canio, at least he will show a bit of passion.

    shame on Hammers players.

    You cant blame fans for leaving 20 minutes early having to watch that rubbish.

    Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooo


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