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Did you see them on the box, most of them were in their 40's, have they never grown up? are they living in some 70's/80's timewarp?

 

Why is it that in the league of hooligans they never get classed up there with the likes of Cardiff, Millwall,Leeds, Birmingham etc.

 

Oh I know why because everybody still sees West Ham as this nice little family club, 1966 and all that, salt of the earth!

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Shut up you idiot! Was you there? No!

We were subjected to over the top heavy handed stewarding & policing along with being spat on & having coins thrown at us from the above stand!kezman was hit by coin yes but 2 whu players were right next to him.

Where did the coin come from? How do we know it wasn't from a chels fan trying to hit the whu players?

As for the match,We was excellent!

I've no doubt we will go up this season and stay up and get back to where we were!

As for chelscum, £220 million later & no trophies in 5 years and you can't buy real fans!

 

 

after all, they were spitting on us from above & chucking coins too!

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Just the sort of reaction I expected. Ok Chelski yobs were guilty as well, all pretty pathetic really............

.....a load of middle age men chanting obcenities at each other, spitting throwing coins, and looking for a punch up with the police. All because 22 blokes are kicking a piece of leather about.

 

Can't we move on from these feuds left over from the bad old days!

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Theres a bit in The Mirror today about a group of 50'West Ham thugs' (their words not mine)hiring a coach to go to Bournemouths game against Cardiff on Tuesday and then going in a pub and singing the Bubbles song to the Cardiff fans!!

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[color:"red"] EXCUSE ME !!!!

 

[color:"blue"] Lets just get this whole episode into perspective.

 

I was talking to one of our stewards last night, so what I am about to type, is, 'second-hand', if you like.

 

1. The mass majority of the WHU fans were well behaved and sporting.

 

2. The coin incident occurred from a section of the segregated West Ham 'supporters'

 

3. FOUR WHU 'supporters' were ejected from the ground.

 

5. Chelsea FC are awaiting a full written referees report before commenting further, or taking action.

 

On a personal note, I woud suggest that WHU fans stop whinging and think more about how they will stop a Premiership club from poaching their goal-keeper of the night. Walker was [color:"red"] SUPERB ! [color:"blue"] Without him, I think you would have lost by three or four goals !

 

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No one's whinging JR, fact is, chelsea full of clueless fans these days, johnny come latelys, who next season will be supporting man spew!

Yr crowds are a joke when your not doing well, ten years ago in a premier league game at home to Wimbledon your crowd was around 7,000, FACT!

You'll never have the passion of us WH fans and you know it!

Worth going just to see fatty miss the penalty!

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I have my doubts about the Lampard penalty. He couldn't have struck it more straighter and central, if he used a theodolite !

 

One wonders................

 

(P'raps not !!)

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Think it would have been the same had we gone to Bengal Park. Especially as Wet <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/spam.gif" alt="" /> were our Nursery Club and being a London derby.

 

Although I'm sure the Irons weren't that bothered when Lampard left, 11-13 million for a limited box to box player. I remember West Ham being pleased as punch. Fortunately Super Frank has turned into a Great player for Chelsea. Conveniently they hate him now?

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MHL were you one of the 10,000 japenese and chinese tourists I saw at the bridge on Wednesday?

Maybe your one of the "Julians" I heard saying after the game "I do wish those WH fans had shut up during the game, they were losing after all, what's wrong with them?"

plastic fans!

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However, West Ham came second, and we proved last night what a good club we are, by sacking Mutu !

 

'Nuff said ?????????????

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Oh yeah ,I'm sure you'd have sacked him if you weren't financed by some russian spiv!

One thing he'll never buy is real passionate fans like ours! It comes from supporting your local team through good and bad times, you know you haven't got that, most your fans are foreign these days or live in reading or brighton. When you start losing and your spiv fecks off, then it'll be [****!!****] off chelsea once again and back to crowds of 7000!

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Erm Chelsea sacked Bosnich before the arrival of Abromovich (in fact all told when they were on the brink of receivership) because it is club policy.

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matin, bosnich was finished as a player anyway, wouldn't have got any money for him,did you see him on that reality footy match on sky, looks fatter than fat boy lumpard!

chels team fulla smackeads then????

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Yeah agree entirely but he was still on £40,000 a week and they still took a stance to sack him. The Mutu decision is even bolder as they are writing off the £16m they paid for him and he is only 24 so he could "comeback" to haunt then. I think you are being a bit harsh on Frank....

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Rubbish about fatty!

He's done nothing but slag our team and fans off since he left.Firstly, he should respect a club that his dad played hundreds of times for and a team that brought him up through our youth ranks and gave him his 1st team debut and secondly if he ends up getting hurt due to his bad mouthing because some thug clobbers him when he sees him out, it'll be he's own fault.Also, don't give me all that, he was upset cos we sacked his dad, WHUFC don't owe his dad a living, respect forever yes but not a living. He spent the entire time he was warming up as a sub on Wednesday, kissing his badge at us and pointing to the ground ie we had gone down. He's cocky and full of himself and he would have loved scoring that penalty against us , in front of us! Unfortunately fatty, you missed, you bottled it and your gonna have to live with that, when push came to shove, the West Ham fans beat you, love it!

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Shame we didn't meet you gobby prick <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/boxing.gif" alt="" />

 

Yeah, thats right, we're supported by thousands of Asians............LOL

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Yeah thats right, the West Ham Fans beat Frank Lampard.

What was the result Baby D?

 

I'm sure Franks losing sleep missing a penalty.

After all it cost us didn't it?

 

Blah Blah Blah, Best fans in the world, Chelsea worst fans in the world. Same old story you Mug.

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mhl, I'm funnier than you and wittier than you and you know it, what were you gonna hit me with if you saw me, your set of chopsticks? same old west ham, taking the p&&s!

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Yeah, your certainly funny.

 

Do me a favour, you work in the City don't ya?

 

If so, so do I. I work in Finsbury Circus.

 

Send me a private msg and we're meet next week, just you and me, no one else. Bring some ID so I know its not some pansy. Then I'll ram your bullshi* down your throat. Like I said, shame we didn't meet at the One Bar and or Fulham Broadway. Remember to send me a private msg, any location your choice, make sure you bring yourself.

 

I'm back to work now, see you next week you Pri*.

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So there's no truth in the rumour that West Ham has become a feeder club for Chelsea, then ?

 

Seem to remember a certain F. Lampard occasionally lines up in the National football side. After wracking my brains, I can't seem to recall any West Ham players at present !

 

S'pose we better not mention a certain Mr Cole, either !

 

Let the debate continue !!

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mhl, I'm not some football hooligan so I'll decline your kind offer.

big jr, the game the other night only reinforced my belief that we will go up this season and when we do, with a few new signings stay there and regain our rightful place in the premiership.

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There is no such thing as a "Rightful place in the Premiership!"As a West Ham fan it pains me to say we have always struggled in the top flight!The Acadamy of Football has always been for other teams benefits, the money always seems to leak through the boards fingers and out of the Club!

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On a personal note, I hope you're right, Nige !

 

Look at some of the great players they have produced in the past. Brooking, (Sir), Moore, (who should have been a Sir !)

 

Nowt like a little bit of friendly banter, eh Nigel ??

 

Great weekend. Chelsea now on level points. Wenger blames everybody for the draw apart from his team. (Great stuff), and Man U get shown how to play football. Lampard's goal was pretty good, as well.

 

PLUS, Me and 'Er Indoors eldest nephew signed for Dorking from Leatherhead recently, and played a blinder yesterday when we beat Met Police 1 - 0 !!

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