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Re: "West Ham have four games to save themselves from financial oblivion"
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2011, 12:12:24 AM »
Didn't we see all the same stories about Newcastle? IF they go down they'll be able to sell off the likes of Parker and Green, which along with parachute payments will keep them safe for a while, giving them a good chance of first time promotion as well.

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Re: "West Ham have four games to save themselves from financial oblivion"
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2011, 12:23:31 AM »
West Ham will survive anyway I think ......................... unfortunately.

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Re: "West Ham have four games to save themselves from financial oblivion"
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2011, 10:45:50 AM »
West Ham will survive anyway I think ......................... unfortunately.

I hope not, I hate these ******** so much
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Re: "West Ham have four games to save themselves from financial oblivion"
« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2011, 11:00:32 AM »
..me too.

Can't stand them-arrogant cockney media darlings. Are we supposed to feel concerned if they go bust? Not that they will of course. I would love it if they get relegated and if Millwall stay in the Chumpionship. My 2 favourite London teams can have fun battering each other whilst clocking up a huge policing bill-which of course they should pay for.
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Re: "West Ham have four games to save themselves from financial oblivion"
« Reply #5 on: April 30, 2011, 03:01:15 PM »
I jist want gold sulllivan brady to suffer .. Cant stand them


40million .. Does that not include parachute?

They'll lose upson on a free .. Green will go , carlton cole and demba ba too, scott parker can go to any team .. Their defence is just terrible, not invested in that one bit

I want to see what mark noble will do .. Claims to love his local team

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with losing today, their position looks even more perilous ;D

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Robbie Keane is officially past it.
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They've 3 pretty easy games left, and with Parker back i'd expect them to do it. They need to beat Wigan, and then one other will probably do (out of Blackburn and Sunderland).

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But it is very hard to win on command, especially if the team is used to losing. Guess they can take 3 points against Sunderland who look awful atm with all their strikers out and nothing to play for. Blackburn will probably be up for it though, as will Wigan.

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I think wolves also have to play Blackburn and Sunderland. Blackpool have the toughest run in - Spurs, Bolton and Man Utd.
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Robbie Keane is officially past it.


Yeah he's not half the player he once was.

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What logic suggests a group of teams who have averaged less than one win a month suddenly win 3 in 3 weeks?
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Hope to god the pile of **** that are West Ham go down.

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What logic suggests a group of teams who have averaged less than one win a month suddenly win 3 in 3 weeks?

2 in 3 against 3 of the very easiest in the league, with a team thats actually looked pretty good when they've all been fit, suggests its very possible. Certainly if they perform like they have the last 2 weeks (not forgetting they'll have Parker back) they should do it.

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Well these media whores won't be finishing above us for starters after today.

I would rejoice if they went down and struggled in the Chump after all the media love-in with them and there Blue-Nose, er sorry West Am through and through, owners.

I dislike that they are having the country's Olympic stadium as theirs after the taxpayers have paid for all the infrastructure for them to benefit and have a great advantage over other teams so it would be a breath of fresh air to see them rotting in the lower divsions.

However, they now have a fairly easily run-in and will probablt stay up !!!!
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Made my day reading this - absolutely hate West Ham!!

Hope we never hear of them again.

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Would be certainly horrible for their club if they went down but not that I'm at all bothered. Just makes me feel even better that our club doesn't end up like this under its current ownership.

For the record, West Ham didn't do too bad today, shame it took the 25 minutes to wake up.
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A disgrace that they've had a loan from the council to help them out when you see how rich the owners are and how much money is wasted on second rate players.
I wonder what the local council tax payers think of this ?
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If West Ham go belly-up and Karren Brady loses all her money then she's always welcome to come live with me.

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It really will be intresting to see who goes, if they go down this season.  Must win game for them at the weekend.
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Apparently none of their boardroom where at the game yesterday. Watched the game on Telly instead.
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No they werent at the match on Sunday, dont know why though.
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"Watching our poor away performances week after week, and not having the ability to influence things, has impacted on us," Sullivan admitted.

I wonder how that makes the supporters that spend a small fortune to follow the club despite their rubbish performances feel.
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