Friday, February 12, 2010

Sullivan Takes Credit for Win

David Sullivan claims that his comments earlier this week were aimed at firing up the players and getting them behind the manager. In an official statement on the West Ham website he says his words were necessary and that the tactic worked.

"There has been a lot written about my comments this week but I knew that whatever happened against Birmingham City on Wednesday, the players would be fired up and behind the manager. That was the least Gianfranco Zola deserved for all his hard work.

Although not popular with many, my words were the last resort. It was necessary to do whatever we could to give us that something extra that we didn't have against Burnley, Blackburn or Portsmouth in the previous matches."


At 8:30 PM, Anonymous TBI said...

Comedy gold that was

At 6:59 PM, Anonymous Ian the hammer said...

Well, true or not, they did better than GFZ has been able to do all season


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