Good win for West ham it keeps them in touch at the top,i think they have dropped a place to 5th now as someone else went above them after yesterdays
results,2nd place is still a reasonable taget for them to get they are not that far behind.
Jobi McAnuff plans to follow in Joe Cole's footsteps at West Ham after being handed the number 26 shirt once worn by the England midfielder.McAnuff
left Wimbledon for an undisclosed fee on because he was convinced the Dons are doomed to relegation.But he insists emulating a former West Ham hero
will not phase him
Good news as Matthew Etherington's back injury is not as bad as first feared and he could return to action for West Ham against Fulham this
Etherington jarred his back travelling to Bradford on the team coach on a journey which took 10 hours when the driver got lost.The Hammers winger was
forced to pull out of the 2-1 win and feared he might miss the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road
We will be alright,we will definatly make the play-offs now with the team Pardew has got.I'm still not ruling out us winning the league Norwich are
due a bad run and they have to play alot of the teams at the top end of the table...
Hey good news Fulham full-back Jon Harley has agreed a two-month extension to his loan spell at West Ham.
Harley's initial loan period of one month expired at the weekend, when the Hammers earned an FA Cup fifth-round replay against his parent club.But he
has now been given another chance to earn a permanent stay at Upton Park before his contract at Fulham expires next summer.
Well it seem like it was a even game but we did have some real good chances but West ham boss Alan Pardew launched a fierce verbal attack on referee
Ray Olivier after the bizarre sending-off of Matthew Etherington five minutes from the end.
Ref's are comming under the spotlight again as there was some real bad decisions by them again at the weekend.
Other news we got Portsmouth goalkeeper Pavel Srnicek on loan and Fulham's Jon Harley has agreed a two-month extension to his loan spell!!
Three goals in the last 15 minutes saw Fulham beat West Ham 3-0 to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Brian McBride, Barry Hayles and Luis Boa Morte scored the goals which booked the Cottagers an FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United.
Hammers striker Marlon Harewood missed a succession of chances and was twice denied by an inspired Edwin van der Sar as West Ham dominated much of the
But two goals in three second-half minutes sent the Nationwide Division One club tumbling out of the competition on the 11th anniversary of West Ham
and England captain Bobby Moore's death before Boa Morte made sure with a late strike.
Yessss a great win as Bobby Zamora marked his home debut for West Ham with the only goal of their 1-0 win over Cardiff but the victory was almost
overshadowed by an incident involving Tomas Repka and referee George Cain.
Well we have some easish games comming up so it's our chance to do a bit of catch up.We need to win most of them as the teams above us have harder
games,i still think if we continue the way we are playing we could even nick second spot!
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