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3 and half deal.keep it short and sweet do we really need Robbie Keane now.
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posted Feb 1, 2011
IZWT quotes:1) I showed you appearance numbers which proved he had been fully fit for the majority of the time in the previous 5 years at NUFC.2) When he joined the club in 2007 he WAS fit, he played from the start until that terrible leg break.3) His last five seasons at NUFC before we bought him.2003 - 48 appearances2004 - 34 appearances2005 - 34 appearances2006 - 11 appearances2007 - 30 appearancesStay on the Spurs board, tired of correcting you now============================All these quotes are sticking up for his good fitness record.The last one you even tell me how much you're correcting me, thats hardly the actions of someone accepting Dyer is one of the biggest sicknotes to ever have faced the Prem.You've only started to accept this fact AFTER being proved wrong.As i've said before, you are possibly the worst poster on here for biasness, stupid comments & stubborness. I've never come across a comment of yours & thought "Okay, you have a point".You are a poor, poor, poster.
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Dire Kieron has always been injury-prone, both before and after he signed for West Ham. He broke his leg 4 years ago, eventually recovered from it, and has continually been injured for one reason or another since then.
myhammers,Try telling IZWT that.
posted Feb 3, 2011
Good result for your boys last night. Obinna looked a threat all game & scored a blinder, Keano scored, looked a bit sluggish, but appeared revved up.Just one question though, where was Ba?
he was on the bench
Yeah you must have been gutted Glad to see Keane get off the mark so quickly, could make all the difference, fantastic signing, isn't cup tied but obviously won't be playing at WHL in the league return, hopefully Ba will be well into action by then, we will all be able to see if that medical failure was worth the chat.So my last post was modded, as someone has to bring it to their attention, then clearly someone doesn't want to hear the facts, patheticHmmm wonder who that is?no worries will dig it out and re-post it.
posted Feb 4, 2011
IZWT,To be honest, the server was so slow the evening you posted that load of tripe, I couldnt even get on the board to reply to it - i certainly couldn't get on to use any complain button, so bark up another tree.And why would i be gutted, neither West Ham or Blackpool interest me. I was actually quite happy that my pals had something to cheer about & we had a decent drink & night out.Some of you West Ham fans are a strange bunch aren't you? I sat down to watch MoTD when i got in, when a txt come through from a West Ham pal of mine, basically bragging about the win. And i'm thinking, Spurs win 1-0, West Ham are still in the bottom 3 having played more games, and you're dishing out stick over text?Strange.It would be like me winning £10 on the lottery & bragging about money to Simon Cowell.Come on then Lion man dig that post out & lets have another read.Poor IZWT, someone removed his post that took him ages to write.Diddums.
Eric (Pete) - Grow up. (didums?)Perhaps the WHU fan you know hates the Spuds so much he feels the need?Perhaps he has taken a lot of abuse from Spuds this season (and possibly last) over our poor form?
IZWT,Perhaps the WHU fan you know hates the Spuds so much he feels the need?Perhaps he has taken a lot of abuse from Spuds this season (and possibly last) over our poor form?=============================Yes he does.And..Yes he has, but surely you should only dish stick out when you are in a position to gloat over something.Gloating over a win versus Blackpool, on the same night Spurs beat Blackburn, defies this logic.Thankfully though, not all West Ham fans are like him or you.
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