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  1. Football certainly has changed since those days. It makes me sick when players get touched and go down like a sack of bricks nowadays....makes it even worse when a ref gives a foul for it. Even when a West Ham player does it, it seriously gets on my nerves. As for 'Arry. He might have been an okay manager back in the day, but I think he has finally been found out. I hope they do not come back up and stay down there and rot. I don't mean to be harsh to their fans, who are the lifeblood of the club. But it will hopefully put some rich potential owners off the thought of buying a club. Then again
  2. Yeah I do agree. But I just mean I don't like the thought of it. No club is too big to go down. It is as you say, what you do on the pitch. We deserved to go down under Avram Grant. Funnily enough, I think it was most probably the best thing that happened to us. Had we stayed up, we would have had all those ageing players still on our books and god forbid, Grant still in charge! A lot of you might not agree with this, but Big Sam has worked wonders in his time at our club. I would like to see 'Arry the twitch get QPHahaha up on the first time of asking.
  3. This match will certainly be an interesting one. I will for one be keeping my eye on Andy Carroll's body language. This will give us some kind of indication of where his future lies. I like Newcastle FC. Passionate fans, amazing stadium and had a good laugh with you lot on here a couple of years ago. Sorry to say it, but I really want us to win and boost our chances of finishing in the top half of the league. Hopefully Wigan hit bad form and go down. I would much rather you lot stay up than them. How wrong is it for the premier league to lose a club with such good fans and allow another o
  4. Hi, I am the owner of the West Ham blog called We love you West Ham. I was on here last season, asking members on here what we can expect from Kevin Nolan. I really enjoyed myself here,, which is why I decided to stay for a bit and make a few more posts. The reason I am back is to ask if one of you would be up for a Q and A session with me to hold on our site before our match. Thanks a lot
  5. Nice one, i hope he does well for you! He should get about 20 goals for you next season EASY!! Oh man I am a bit drunk, I had a couple of southerners shandys!
  6. It's refreshing to get an opposition fan who isn't just on the wind-up so feel free to stick about I don't understand what the fan gets out of doing stuff like that. To me it would be a waste of my time and it will get you no where. I will clock on once every so often, but seeing as I am a hammer, I don't really know what your talking about alot of the time.
  7. I have now made the post on my blog which contains your comments on what West Ham fans can expect from Nolan. Once again thank you very much for not massacring me and giving me much needed info! You can see the post here http://weloveyouwestham.blogspot.com/2011/...-to-expect.html. Good luck next season you lot and hope Ba signs for you(unless he decided to stay with us that is)
  8. You can put my forum on the list if you want. www.forum.weloveyouwestham.com
  9. You won't really get that with Demba Ba. He is more of a fox in the box striker who prefers to always be in a goalscoring position. He does track back a bit, but he would rather be in the penalty box on the end of a good cross whipped in. He ain't got that much pace though, but he only needs 1 chance to score. I think he scored his first 4 goals within 6 shot attempts and 1 of those also hit the post! Is Spector as shit as he appears? The thing about Spector is that, he was originally a striker and then Fergie brung him to Manu as a defender. When we took him in we also kept him
  10. You won't really get that with Demba Ba. He is more of a fox in the box striker who prefers to always be in a goalscoring position. He does track back a bit, but he would rather be in the penalty box on the end of a good cross whipped in. He ain't got that much pace though, but he only needs 1 chance to score. I think he scored his first 4 goals within 6 shot attempts and 1 of those also hit the post! Is Spector as shit as he appears? The thing about Spector is that, he was originally a striker and then Fergie brung him to Manu as a defender. When we took him in we also kept him
  11. You won't really get that with Demba Ba. He is more of a fox in the box striker who prefers to always be in a goalscoring position. He does track back a bit, but he would rather be in the penalty box on the end of a good cross whipped in. He ain't got that much pace though, but he only needs 1 chance to score. I think he scored his first 4 goals within 6 shot attempts and 1 of those also hit the post!
  12. Some of, the minority on this board, dont totally agree with that viewpoint. We have looked silly for quite a few years paying mega wages to the useless Mark Vidukas and Alan Smiths of this world and many many more. A calamity jane of an owner true, but one who at least seems to be finally bringing some order back to the club. Most of us will judge this window once it is finished but quite a few realise that we've probably had the best out of Nolan. He played well in the championship in a pretty decent side, playing decent football. How he will fare two years later in a poorer side w
  13. Hmmm. I will watch out for that shit. Grant would do the opposite to that and take off a defender and a defensive midfielder then put on 2 strikers. We would have a really weak defense and this tactic always cost us games. How many times did West Ham lose from a winning position? About 5 or 6 times last season! To be honest...what you have just said to me sounds like an upgrade to what we have had for the past 2 seasons. Sam Allardyce has only signed a 2 year contract and his role is to try and stabilze the club and bring us back up to the premiership. That's his only role. I can imagine
  14. Cheers mate and no thank you. We have enough dross in our team as it is!
  15. Some of, the minority on this board, dont totally agree with that viewpoint. We have looked silly for quite a few years paying mega wages to the useless Mark Vidukas and Alan Smiths of this world and many many more. A calamity jane of an owner true, but one who at least seems to be finally bringing some order back to the club. Most of us will judge this window once it is finished but quite a few realise that we've probably had the best out of Nolan. He played well in the championship in a pretty decent side, playing decent football. How he will fare two years later in a poorer side w
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