Friday, December 17, 2010

Three Games to Stop Fat Sam

The newspapers today seem to be concentrating on reporting that Avram Grant has been given three games to save West Ham and that Fat Sam is in pole position to replace him.

In other news Tottenham say they will redevelop Crystal Palace athletics stadium if they win their Olympic Stadium bid.

Tottenham's plan to rip up the athletics track at the Olympic Stadium had led many commentators to place West Ham in pole position to win the bid to move into the new stadium after the Olympics.

Spurs hope their plans for Crystal Palace will help to meet the athletics legacy that seems to be a major requirement to take over the Olympic Stadium.


At 11:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are 3 vital games. We really don't have time to waste,and if a change was going to be made it wud have been wise to do it at the latest ,in advance of the Fulham fixture,but really for tomorrow's fixture.

The reality is that unless Grant performs a miracle and gets 4 points minimum from the next two games he's out, so what was the point in delaying it? It serves no purpose to delay it.

Every fixture against bottom half opposition is vital,home or away ,and the change shud have been made already. The lackluster performances in the last 2 matches were enuf evidence to show that the club needs to move on.

At 3:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Surely Sam Allardyce wouldn't be an option for West Ham? His style of football just isn't right for a club that has a tradition of keeping it on the floor. It would be like his spell as Newcastle manager.

At 3:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:04 - Totally agree with you.

At 4:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

when was the last time we kept the ball on the floor and passed properly ? We certainly didn't do it under Curbishley. We didn't do it under Zola last season. We're not doing it now under Grant.

You can pick your poison. If we end up with Allardyce we perhaps stay up. If we stick with Grant,we get relegated. Then we go into administration. Then the club gets wound up and liquidated.

Is there a compromise option? Maybe Hughton is the compromise. But one thing that should not be an option is staying with Avram Grant,barring two convincing wins at Blackburn and Fulham. And even then,I'd have my doubts

At 4:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gissa job. I could do that.

At 5:15 PM, Anonymous LoveInTheTimeOfCollison said...

Agree with the second to last comment. All we do now is try to pass the ball around before failing to penetrate the opposition defence and then it just gets lumped forward to Piquionne's head anyway.

At 7:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

u can only start playing pretty football when your a top 7 team,so if long balls win the game so be it,its got us no were as it is,so something got to change.

At 8:14 PM, Anonymous Holiday Rentals Nerja said...

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