Thursday, June 23, 2011

Sam Wants Europe in Two Years

Sam Allardyce, in his first press conference as West Ham manager, outlined some ambitious plans. He says he has been given a two year contract and expects to be challenging for Europe by the time that contract ends.

Allardyce confirmed the departure of Hitzlsperger, "Thomas has already left as far as I'm concerned," he said. "He's gone and has moved on." However he said that he hopes to persuade Scott Parker, Carlton Cole and Rob Green to stay, whilst admitting that they may be sold if suitable offers are received.

Allardyce also said,

"I'm a productive manager who breeds success. I've got a vast array of skills and I'll put them to work here and hopefully at the end of the year we'll all be blowing bubbles."

7 Comments:

At 8:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will the braindead individual claiming that we should have kept Da Costa do us all a favor and get himself a terminal illness?

 
At 10:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

suppose your the kind of cu*t that watches motd and thought upson and cole were good and a 'spine of our team'?mug...whatever he did off the field, da costa was our second best defender last year: fact

 
At 11:36 AM, Anonymous Robohammer said...

Easy to hide behind anominity isn't it. Da Costa wasn't that bad, better than Upson, Gabbidon and Reid anyway.

 
At 2:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All i can say to all with a new manager anyone can change from being a ordinary player to one of the best players in the squad Da Costa is only 25 and the peak of players is average of 27 so he easily could've got better that's my opinion. Now his gone we in my opinion need Cole

 
At 7:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like what i am hearing from big sam.
positive thinking
Bob The Hammaer

 
At 11:23 PM, Anonymous Brian N said...

I really thought Da Costa was a poor defender. Ducked out of the ways on most balls, i think it might have been the west brom game where we went down 3-0 in the first half were he could have stopped two goals if he didn't act like a pussy. He was slow, and didn't necessarily seem like he cared that much. That said, he is young, and could have improved, but he truly is replaceable. And if the reports were true that he didn't want to be a hammer any more then why keep him around against his will.

 
At 4:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I honestly believe da costa was a good player last season and am sorry to see him go however I don't think he would feature in Sam's plans as he's not 6'5" and built like a shit brickhouse upon if we are to blame poor defending for our downfall was I think a lazy bastard the moment he was involved in England and at fault for at least 50% of our goals conceded so fuck off upson I say

 

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