The Mighty Spurs vs Karren Brady's Bunch (of twats) (AWAY) 19:45 - 02/03/16

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I think this is the last game Poch and the team underestimate the east end lot. We have learned plenty of what willingness to win a football game can do to an opposition. He will know to put out the most physical team against them from hereon now.
Let's bring on Woolwich.
I fail to understand why we underestimated them in the first place, every season they come at us all guns blazing like its the last game they'll ever play, like its the FA cup final when it actually meant something. And then they just drift back into obscurity like they always do. Do you think they'll play like that again this year? Next season they'll be fighting for their lives at the arse end of the league again.
 

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Can't bring myself to look at anything football related yet, what a shit day. Come into the forum, see a gobby West Ham fan with the special characteristics required to spend his time on other teams' forums. Log off again
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I was upset last night, I am still upset today, but do recognise nothing has been won / lost yet and keeping the faith is very important. We still have 30 points to play for and every reason to be optimistic. I think considering history and likelihood we will lose 3 more games this season ( Liverpool, Chelsea, Stoke ) that leaves us with 21 achievable points....get 15-18 of them and who knows where we will end up, certainly Top 4, I want the league title, but Top 4 is a hell of an achievement also and that over 5th place will be magic.

West Ham next year will not be the same outfit as this year & should return to the relegation battlers status that is their history, I'll love that. Cunts.
 

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I was upset last night, I am still upset today, but do recognise nothing has been won / lost yet and keeping the faith is very important. We still have 30 points to play for and every reason to be optimistic. I think considering history and likelihood we will lose 3 more games this season ( Liverpool, Chelsea, Stoke ) that leaves us with 21 achievable points....get 15-18 of them and who knows where we will end up, certainly Top 4, I want the league title, but Top 4 is a hell of an achievement also and that over 5th place will be magic.

West Ham next year will not be the same outfit as this year & should return to the relegation battlers status that is their history, I'll love that. Cunts.
Mate. We are still in a great position to win the league. I think that the team who finishes above Woolwich wins the title this year. Keep the faith at least until tomorrow afternoon.
& Wham are going back to relegation fodder next term. You are spot on there.
 
We lost one point on a par performance
Leicester lost 2
Goons lost 3

It was frustrating to be playing them just before goons. If we'd had say Norwich at home next up, I'm sure we'd have started with Dele Alli and maybe Dembele too. That should have been good enough for a pt.

Check out Wet Spams home form, it's good. We knew they'd be up for, and when I saw we had a MF of CE, EL, NC, I thought it would be overrun.

Masses of points still to play for
 
Mate. We are still in a great position to win the league. I think that the team who finishes above Woolwich wins the title this year. Keep the faith at least until tomorrow afternoon.
& Wham are going back to relegation fodder next term. You are spot on there.
...well Leicester, us, Man City and Man Utd can't all win it!! ...or are you suggesting the Arse are gonna finish 2nd?
 

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Not sure why we're still talking about this game, but for the people above who think West Ham will be relegation zone next year you're either trying to somehow console yourself by slagging them off or a very poor judge of a team.

They're at about the same level we were at last year or the year before and stand a reasonable chance of following our example this season next year. A good side, with one real star player, with good unity and what seems a good manager. Will be looking at top 6 for the next few years I expect, and will be handing out defeats to the likes of the red scum, the blue scum, the manchester teams every now and then.

Which is exactly why people reacting so strongly to this defeat is over the top. I'm pretty sure they've beaten every top team this year (possibly excluding Leicester).

It's a narrow defeat, had Harry taken one of those two late chances we could probably have had a late chance of getting a winner, after which we'd all be auto-fellating about another come back, the stuff of champions etc.

Even though we played poorly we came into the game more as it went along and that shows the talk of 'getting tired at last' is wrong and we can all be optimistic for Saturday.
 

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