Sunday, December 20, 2009

All's Well at West Ham

The Telegraph have an interesting article on West Ham today. The article says that Scott Duxbury, Zola and Clarke had a positive meeting this week, suggesting that the managerial positions at West Ham are safe.

The Telegraph go on to to say that Zola and Clarke are hopeful that funds will be made available to strengthen the squad in the January transfer window. Apparently chairman Andrew Bernhardt is furious at the way the club is being portrayed as in a financial crisis. He has promised that all funds raised in the transfer market will be reinvested directly and that no players have to be sold in January.

There does seem to be a suggestion in the article that Upson could be sold, due to his apparent unwillingness to sign a new contract. There is also a discussion about Nani's success (or lack of it) in bringing players to the club.

3 Comments:

At 8:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

upson is a dilemma. if he doesn t want to extend his contract and if he wants out ,he's obviously not committed . but the 10 million we'd get for him is not worth it if it results in our relegation. better to lose the tranfer fee for him than to get relegated and lose 100 million

 
At 1:19 PM, Anonymous Ian the hammer said...

Bye bye Upson. We plucked you from fizzy pop league & turned you into a England player. Your very welcome but if you dont want to stay & wear the badge then go

 
At 2:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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