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Old Apr 12th 2009, 5:54 pm
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Oh shame, the champions league wanabees got stuffed in the week, lose 1-3 at home to Fulham this afternoon and will probably go tumbling out of the UEFA Cup this week

Gave us £14m for a injury prone gob shite striker, who is now out for the season by all accounts....

Give a player out on loan to Everton who couldnt hit a barn door with the proverbial shovel of shite and yet who has now started scoring for Everton

Just remind me Lionheart / Shadya.....how much did your team cost?
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Oh shame, the champions league wanabees got stuffed in the week, lose 1-3 at home to Fulham this afternoon and will probably go tumbling out of the UEFA Cup this week

Gave us £14m for a injury prone gob shite striker, who is now out for the season by all accounts....

Give a player out on loan to Everton who couldnt hit a barn door with the proverbial shovel of shite and yet who has now started scoring for Everton

Just remind me Lionheart / Shadya.....how much did your team cost?
I don't care how good or bad a team is - any team can be either at any given time...........

........... but what's unforgiveable is not even trying - two of Fulham's goals today were an insult to Man City's passionate fans, with players just waving good bye to Fulham players who were trundling past them with the ball.

Mind you, you can see why Fulham win against teams like Man City - they've got players like Bobby Zamora and Clint Dempsey............ er............
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Mind you, you can see why Fulham win against teams like Man City - they've got players like Bobby Zamora and Clint Dempsey............ er............[/QUOTE]

My mates a Happy Hammer, he said when Bobby Zamora played for them they had a song:

"When the ball hits your eye when your sat in Row Y...
- That's Zamora"

He did play pretty well today though.
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Originally Posted by BangleMan View Post
Oh shame, the champions league wanabees got stuffed in the week, lose 1-3 at home to Fulham this afternoon and will probably go tumbling out of the UEFA Cup this week

Gave us £14m for a injury prone gob shite striker, who is now out for the season by all accounts....

Give a player out on loan to Everton who couldnt hit a barn door with the proverbial shovel of shite and yet who has now started scoring for Everton

Just remind me Lionheart / Shadya.....how much did your team cost?

Everyone wants to talk about our money, what´s the matter? Is there a credit crunch or what?..

Just let us get rid of Hughes who was Thaksins choice to stear us thru the relegation battle everyone had predicted. The poor fella is out of his depth as the goalpost moved.
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am enjoying every moment of watching the 'richest' club in the world struggle
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Originally Posted by mysharona View Post
My mates a Happy Hammer, he said when Bobby Zamora played for them they had a song:

"When the ball hits your eye when your sat in Row Y...
- That's Zamora"

He did play pretty well today though.
I think Bobby Z was a qualilty championship player for the Ammers, his song then was
"When the ball hits the net like a fken rocket
Thats Zamora..."

Bitr out of his depth in the Prem, although linked very well with Dempsey and Johnson yesterday... I think Sparky's days are numbered, maybe a return for Sven, he is knocking around for a job and did pretty well last season...
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The team selected by Red Hughes was never likely to beat Fulham, who had recently thumped Man Utd and beaten Bolton away. Too many players coming back from injury and no SWP, Bridge, Kompany, Elano and Bellamy. Robinho also rested. The result was expected. We will lose on Thursday too, so the quicker we get a new manager the better. He is clueless. Starts with just one injured striker (Bojinov) and ends with three, two recently injured. He uses all three subs with only two thirds of the match over. If Given had got injured, there would have been no substitute goalie. Complete madness...bring back Sven.
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Originally Posted by Sky Blue View Post
I think Bobby Z was a qualilty championship player for the Ammers, his song then was
"When the ball hits the net like a fken rocket
Thats Zamora..."

Bitr out of his depth in the Prem, although linked very well with Dempsey and Johnson yesterday... I think Sparky's days are numbered, maybe a return for Sven, he is knocking around for a job and did pretty well last season...
Bobby Zamora is a Hammers hero.....scored vital goals for us in the Championship and during the Tevez year which went largely overshadowed.....think he is a good striker, but is being asked to play a different role under Hodgson
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Originally Posted by lionheart View Post
The team selected by Red Hughes was never likely to beat Fulham, who had recently thumped Man Utd and beaten Bolton away. Too many players coming back from injury and no SWP, Bridge, Kompany, Elano and Bellamy. Robinho also rested. The result was expected. We will lose on Thursday too, so the quicker we get a new manager the better. He is clueless. Starts with just one injured striker (Bojinov) and ends with three, two recently injured. He uses all three subs with only two thirds of the match over. If Given had got injured, there would have been no substitute goalie. Complete madness...bring back Sven.
You sound as clueless as your team / manager...

You criticise Hughes for starting with an injured striker, but then say he brings on two who were recently injured, so what was he supposed to do ? If he had played two injured strikers from the start you would have said exactly the same thing...

He was obviously chasing the game bringing on three outfield players, as is common and like most managers have to gamble that the keeper will not be injured in the remaining minutes

Hughes is a good manager, did wonders with Wales and Blackburn, and its no coincidence he joins Man City and they have dragged him down to their level

Fact is the club is a joke and how much of a say does Hughes actually have in the purchases ? They have wasted a shite load of money on very average players....32million for Robinho, who hasnt scored in 2009 yet....overpriced twat, Bridge an injury prone average left back, De Jong who looks about as good as Nigel Quashie, Zabaletta is as bad as Collicini for Newcastle, and im still laughing at the 14million quid you gave us for a 30 year old injury prone striker...a certain Mr Bellamy....you couldnt make it up, its hilarious
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am enjoying every moment of watching the 'richest' club in the world struggle
I see they are after Barca's Iniesta for £35m?

Surely by now they know they should be buying THREE £15m players instead of one amazing player, whats the point of an average team with a few stars? They need to raise the whole squad.
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The team selected by Red Hughes was never likely to beat Fulham, who had recently thumped Man Utd and beaten Bolton away. Too many players coming back from injury and no SWP, Bridge, Kompany, Elano and Bellamy. Robinho also rested. The result was expected. We will lose on Thursday too, so the quicker we get a new manager the better. He is clueless. Starts with just one injured striker (Bojinov) and ends with three, two recently injured. He uses all three subs with only two thirds of the match over. If Given had got injured, there would have been no substitute goalie. Complete madness...bring back Sven.
Robinhio rested?

Pissed off and playing like a tit more like, what a waste of talent.
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You sound as clueless as your team / manager...

You criticise Hughes for starting with an injured striker, but then say he brings on two who were recently injured, so what was he supposed to do ? If he had played two injured strikers from the start you would have said exactly the same thing...

He was obviously chasing the game bringing on three outfield players, as is common and like most managers have to gamble that the keeper will not be injured in the remaining minutes

Hughes is a good manager, did wonders with Wales and Blackburn, and its no coincidence he joins Man City and they have dragged him down to their level

Fact is the club is a joke and how much of a say does Hughes actually have in the purchases ? They have wasted a shite load of money on very average players....32million for Robinho, who hasnt scored in 2009 yet....overpriced twat, Bridge an injury prone average left back, De Jong who looks about as good as Nigel Quashie, Zabaletta is as bad as Collicini for Newcastle, and im still laughing at the 14million quid you gave us for a 30 year old injury prone striker...a certain Mr Bellamy....you couldnt make it up, its hilarious
Rubbish, Bellamy scores when he's fit, you were loving him not so long ago.

Although agreed they paid over the odds for him.
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I'm a Fulham fan so I am delighted!

Man City made errors but people are still underestimating us this season. We are very different from last year and that is why we are currently 8th in the league. You don't get there just by luck. Grandad Hodgson has done a great job.

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I'm a Fulham fan so I am delighted!

Man City made errors but people are still underestimating us this season. We are very different from last year and that is why we are currently 8th in the league. You don't get there just by luck. Grandad Hodgson has done a great job.

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He has indeed, and he's got you playing well,

saying that, we\'ve got you before the end of the season and we need the points,

3 home games left, boro, pompey and fulhm - we need to win all three to stay up as we have liverpool, spurs and villa away, can't see many points there.
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He has indeed, and he's got you playing well,

saying that, we\'ve got you before the end of the season and we need the points,

3 home games left, boro, pompey and fulhm - we need to win all three to stay up as we have liverpool, spurs and villa away, can't see many points there.
Oh dear...never mind, you will probably have Mark Hughes to get you out of the Championship next season.
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