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Well it's relegation day

Premiership West Ham United
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After a very good nights sleep which surprised me i awoke to relegation day i'm sat here now thinkin of how it's all going to turn out as there are so many different scenario's the only certainty is that come 5 oclock there will be 1 set of fans who will be distraught i for one hope its not Wigan's( fingers cossed touching wood etc)So as Wigan fan i come here to wish you all the best for today;-).

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posted May 13, 2007

if westham do survive (what a surprise a tevez goal bailing them out again) i hope the premier league do make a deduction as its no more than they deserve. without tevez they would probably be below watford!!!

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posted May 13, 2007

Can't believe West Ham have done the double over Utd!

What was Fergie thinking playing a weak defence?

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posted May 13, 2007

It is easy to dismiss LFC achievements this season.Compare these achievements to say some losers like Swansea City and you know I'm right.

It's good to see WHU surviving.I'm sure Sheff Utd will moan(Warnock will never accept this)but if his pre-match team talk hadnt been made up of"go out there and lose so the Hammers go down"Then his team may have tried a little harder.YOU CANT CHEAT YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE WARNOCK.

The Irony that WHU are accused of "cheating" is not lost on me.WHU survive Sheff Utd go down.........Let the lawyers and the courtcases begin.

ROBBIE FOWLER IS GOD ANFIELD FOREVER ETC

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posted May 13, 2007

Yes, well done you Hammers. Ducking and diving, stealing and cheating - at least the cockneys have stayed true to their roots. Anfield is not forever Mr Coslodeotter (if indeed that is your real name). It is about to be demolished for a bigger, more sanitised and soul-less arena. Prices for new stadium will probably be too much for unemployed scousers - although they will blag their way in no doubt.

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posted May 13, 2007

So, HammerVan, why did you change managers when you did and how come that your "good" football resulted in a relegation struggle just as it did the last time you were in the Premiership?

WHU cheated & they lied to the FA to cover up the ineligibility of two players. That is a points deduction foul. So how come they didn't get points deducted?

Someone, somewhere has let all football down and it isn't Wigan, Sheff Utd, Charlton or Fulham.

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posted May 13, 2007

Jackpaulosmac don't try to steal WHUs thunder with cheap shots at my beloved LFC.I speak for everyone on this site when I say we don't need cheap comments meant to offend the true football fan who might be a little bit too gullible to understand when it's happening.

WHU deserve to stay up because of their pure football play and not because of their ability to cheat better than anyone else.The only thing WHU have done wrong is being caught.

The spirit of Anfield will always remain in my heart.No matter where we play.

I'M SURE ALL SCOUSERS WILL AGREE WITH ME WHEN I SAY... WELL DONE WHU AND GOOD LUCK TO ROBBIE FOWLER AND HIS WIFE BERYL

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posted May 13, 2007

It's Beryl who should get the blame for the nosedive (sic) in Robbie's football career. Going from England's most natural striker of his generation to lardy, gay-bashing, nose-plaster wearing carthorse coincided with Robbie meeting Beryl in a scouse brothel.
Fowler will be remembered as ... no hang on, Fowler won't be remembered. Unless he helps Tranmere or Port Vale to promotion next season. Fowler won nothing worth shouting about. Stick that in your "otter - pipe" and smoke it Coslo.

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posted May 13, 2007

well done cheating brooking hammers, glad you're happy.

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posted May 13, 2007

I am tempted to conclude that Man U can't play well in the rain. I am not impressed by their celebration. West Ham has got their number.

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posted May 14, 2007

comment by EPL CHAMPIONS 07 REDDEVILIAN
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I'm off for a pint or ten before the game now sort of get in a celebratory mood and to see that trophy paraded around the theatre of dreams again and i hope to god taunt a load of crying rubber ammers, i'm forever bursting bubbles


IN YOUR FACE !!!!

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