Sunday, September 27, 2009

Rags vs Riches - The Previews

In the summer Man City spent over £100 million on new players, whereas West Ham's employees had to dip into their own pockets to pick up an ageing striker on a free. In the current situation West Ham couldn't even afford Robinho's boot laces.

Money isn't everything though, right? What counts is what happens on the pitch.

Man City have won 11 of the last 12 league games at Eastlands. West Ham have lost three out of the last four league games.

Do you see where I'm going with this? It's hard to predict anything but another loss for West Ham tomorrow evening, and it looks like the 'experts' agree:

Lawro says that West Ham have not suddenly become a bad team but that City, with returning players will be too strong for West Ham.

Lawro predicts a 2-0 West Ham loss

Sky haven't even bothered to do a prediction for this game. Presumably they think it is a foregone prediction.

Zola said on Friday, that "Upson may train with us on Saturday so it is good news." The game could hinge on Upson's availability. Without Upson I can't see anything but a hefty loss for West Ham, with him we might scrape a draw.


At 7:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hence if we are so dependent on Upson remaining fit, was it really worth selling Collins? Absolute stupidity by the dumbest ownership in European football. When a team struggles to score goals,how the funk do u expect them to survive in the Premiership if u tamper with the one thing it had : a solid back four.

Icelan-dics,just take your loss like men, not mice, and sell the club and get on your bike. If you Dics want to spend your whole lives making mistake after mistake and funking up, that's your choice . But don't drag West Ham United and its supporters into the dregs with you.

Stop funking with our club,you useless maggots

At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 10:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I second that and call him a:


At 5:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...



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