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    West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Fri Oct 04 2013, 05:04

     Versus  

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    Sunday 6th October 2013.
    Kick-Off @ 1600hrs BST.


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Fri Oct 04 2013, 05:16

     

     
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Fri Oct 04 2013, 05:20

     

     

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by Guest on Fri Oct 04 2013, 08:07

    lloris
    walker dawson verts rose
    towsend paullino erickson siggy
    holtby defoe

    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Fri Oct 04 2013, 20:31

    lloris
    walker vlad verts rose
    towsend paullino holtby siggy
    eriksen
    soldado

    wishful thinking guess dawson be in.




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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by Guest on Sat Oct 05 2013, 01:51

    dawson will be dropped eventually

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by philip on Sat Oct 05 2013, 08:05

    I agree with most selections as long as Holby and Defoe starts on Sunday
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Sun Oct 06 2013, 06:49

    Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul picked up a muscle injury on Thursday against Anzhi Makhachkala in the Europa League and will be absent.

    Danny Rose, Aaron Lennon and Etienne Capoue are not expected to return to the first-team squad until after the international break.

    West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has Joe Cole available again after a month on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

    George McCartney could play his first Premier League game of the season.

    MATCH PREVIEW

    West Ham fans have learned to be a long-suffering bunch. Along with providing the backbone of England's class of '66 and at producing a good smattering of stars for the country ever since, the odd sparkling cup success and European foray have kept them going through some tough times.

    In the context of their recent history, last season's mid-table finish was a considerable success story; they only occasionally toyed with the idea of finishing anywhere above halfway, but were never unduly concerned by the unseemly scrap below them.

    There was cause for optimism that there might be still more progress made in the season ahead. That optimism may be beginning to dwindle after a start in which the football has been mainly of the thrill-an-hour variety.

    For the many Hammers' fans who religiously travel away, it's been worse.

    Cue Michael Palin's Monty Python voice: "A thrill an hour; we used to dream of a thrill an hour! Why we used to throw a street party if we saw a corner."

    Since they were promoted back in 2012, West Ham have played 22 Premier League games away from home, scoring 11 goals. The last time they managed more than one goal away from the Boleyn Ground was 1 October last season - but that was at QPR.

    Every one of the other 159 teams in the top seven divisions in England scored more away goals than West Ham last season. Do you need me to tell you that the Hammers' running total for away goals this season stands at nil?

    So what chance of them breaking that duck at Spurs, who have conceded just two goals in the last 19 hours and 27 minutes of league and cup football? You might say slim.

    Then there is the history of this fixture. It's so long since West Ham won at White Hart Lane that the last time that happened Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard played in claret and blue and Ian Wright scored for the Hammers.

    West Ham's only significant victory over Spurs since the infamous lasagne-gate of 2006 came in the battle to move to the Olympic Stadium. Mind you, winning that one could be the most significant of the lot.


    MATCH FACTS

    Head-to-head

    The Hammers have only won one of their last 12 league games against Tottenham - a 1-0 victory in September 2010 thanks to Frederic Piquionne's goal.
    Their last league win at White Hart Lane came in April 1999. Ian Wright and Marc Keller scored the Hammers' goals.
    Tottenham won both matches last season, scoring six goals in the process.

    Tottenham

    Thirteen points from their opening six matches is Tottenham's joint-best start to a Premier League season, along with 2002-03.
    Spurs have won 15 and lost just two of their last 25 London derbies at home in the league.
    They have lost only one of their last 16 top-flight games at White Hart Lane (W11, D4).
    Tottenham have attempted more shots from open play than any other side in the Premier League this term (69).

    West Ham

    The Hammers have not won in their last eight away matches in the Premier League and have failed to score in their last four away from Upton Park.
    Sam Allardyce's side have had just 14 shots on target in the league this season; Spurs had 29 shots against Cardiff alone.
    They have won just seven of their 25 matches in the league so far in 2013.
    Just one of the five goals that West Ham have conceded in the Premier League this season has come from open play.
    They have only earned 10 points from their last 10 top-flight London derbies (W3, D1, L6), losing the last four in a row.


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    Post by BazSpur on Sun Oct 06 2013, 21:51

    Anyone got any links?


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 07 2013, 01:16

    BREAKING TEAM NEWS - Tottenham v West Ham (1600 BST)

    Spurs striker Jermain Defoe starts against his old club after his prolific run in the Europa League.

    Spurs XI: Lloris, Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Naughton, Dembele, Paulinho; Townsend, Eriksen, Sigurdsson, Defoe.


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 07 2013, 01:17

    Theres loads on Wiziwig Baz . . . . .


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Oct 07 2013, 01:31

    http://www.viplivesports.eu/football/180322/5/tottenham-hotspur-vs-west-ham-united-live-stream-online.html

    http://nutjob.eu/njtvx6.html

    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by totalytot on Mon Oct 07 2013, 02:01


    How do you get rid of all the shit in front of the screen. It says you need to download which I do but it keeps saying the same thing everytime. I get the sound but the picture is covered with all the download signs.

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by Guest on Mon Oct 07 2013, 02:34

    dont donwload anything ever.
    just wait a few mins then u c the x to delete the crap. or just full screen
    heres a link in english

    http://www.nutjob.eu/njtvx6.html

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by Guest on Mon Oct 07 2013, 02:49

    dembele so overrated. he had a chance to play defoe through but plays sideways

    hes slowing us down. get him off for holltby
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:01

    Dull ole 1st half. Wet Spam packing the middle of the pitch & they do look dangerous on the break though. Time for Defoe & Soldao up front? Need a bit of width. Stick Walker right wing & Townsend left . . . . .


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by totalytot on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:16


    I agree Dembele needs to come off his passing is well off.

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by totalytot on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:27


    It was always going to happen. We were not going to score all day.

    This team needs to get it going and AVB needs to show us what he's made of.

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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by MarkA249 on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:30

    this is the result what happens every season we dominate they park the bus they get a 1-0 win happened past 2 seasons with Wigan same old same old
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by MarkA249 on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:34

    make that 2-0 how the fuck do u concede 2 at home to west ham
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:40

    Absolute shit. Sack AVB and get Alladyce in. If he was our manager we would win today. Get rid of all the new signings there all shit. Get in Nolan & Noble and we'll win . . . . .


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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by MarkA249 on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:41

    make that 3-0 feel sorry for the poor fuckers watching it levy should give them all a refund

    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:42

    NOW WILL YOU BELIEVE ME ABOUT DAWSON FUCKING CLUELESS.
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by MarkA249 on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:42

    vis wrote:Absolute shit. Sack AVB and get Alladyce in. If he was our manager we would win today. Get rid of all the new signings there all shit. Get in Nolan & Noble and we'll win . . . . .

    lol! lol! lol! 
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    Re: West Ham Home

    Post by MarkA249 on Mon Oct 07 2013, 03:44

    1 more bad thing got to put up with this result for two more weeks till we play again great stuff

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