West Ham V Manchester City FA Cup (Boys v men)

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    West Ham V Manchester City FA Cup (Boys v men)

    Post  mottinghammer on Sat Jan 07, 2017 9:52 am

    Title says it all!!! 

    At times in tbe first half we played the ball nicely, but couldnt provide anything for Carroll, balls into the box were tosh. 

    We were cut apart by citeh with embarrassing ease, only good thing is we're out of the cup so can concentrate on staying up. 

    Only 18 points to safety
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    Post  Kray JR on Sat Jan 07, 2017 9:56 am

    At least it wasn't on the tele for all to see.

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    Post  Jiggs on Sat Jan 07, 2017 11:13 am

    When things get as bad for your football club as they did tonight, 
    you have to count your blessings

    1. Saved money as no ticket purchased
    2. Saved money on fares
    3. Watched without getting cold and wet
    4. Was able to doze in comfort during the second half
    5. There's not a second leg
    6. There were no points lost
    7. The goals against don't count


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    Post  mottinghammer on Sun Jan 08, 2017 1:56 am

    Jiggs wrote:When things get as bad for your football club as they did tonight, 
    you have to count your blessings

    1. Saved money as no ticket purchased
    2. Saved money on fares
    3. Watched without getting cold and wet
    4. Was able to doze in comfort during the second half
    5. There's not a second leg
    6. There were no points lost
    7. The goals against don't count
    I knew there was a positive in there somewherevJiggs, well done for finding it! 
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    Post  Charlie Ham on Sun Jan 08, 2017 3:17 am

    I was there.
    I have always said you can relie on West Ham letting you down and they never disappointed me.
    What a night with the walking back to Stratford another disaster in the rain.
    All in all I want to forget about last night however our display means will be lucky to stay up.
    Just cannot see the Dave's having much success in this transfer window and have serious doubt about Bilic.

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    Post  Arran H on Sun Jan 08, 2017 5:54 am

    I feel Sorry for Slavan Bilic to be honest , Not only have the board let the fans down etc they have also let Bilic down as last season they were mouthing off saying they were going to back the manager in the transfer windows and Spend some Money but they didn't and you can already tell so far that this Window is going to be the same. Do they really think that Hull are going to sell one of their better players to a relegation rival for just 3m for fupp sack and that Sunderland again another team that will see us as a rival sell their best player for £6m !?!?!?
    They know that if they want us to become a force etc they are going to have offer a lot more then that to get good players come to us !

    I don`t think many managers would be with our board to be honest.

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