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Sam: ‘That was a fantastic win’

Sam Allardyce – having punched the air in delight from the dug out at the end – was in jovial mood after a great Stadium of Light victory. He said: “It was a fantastic win for us and we’ve now gone an extra distance away from Sunderland after that win. “If Andy Carroll stays fit […]

NOLAN’S DELIGHT!

Skipper Kevin Nola is delighted to have put some real space between us and the bottom teams after a terrific 2-1 win at Sunderland tonight. But he was mightily impressed with Black Cats scorer, substitute Adam Johnson, saying:”I thought we dealt with them quite well, Adam Johnson made a fantastic impact when he came on […]

MATCH REPORT: SUNDERLAND 1 IRONS 2

Andy Carroll grabbed his sec0nd goal of the season and Mo Diame slotted home a second on the night as the Irons surely made Premier League football a certainty next season. Sunderland sub Adam Johnson pulled one back to set up a nail biting final half an hour but the home side could not find […]

BLACK CATS V IRONS – TEAM NEWS

Sunderland will have Fabio Borini available again to face West Ham after he missed the game against his parent club Liverpool last time out. Striker Steven Fletcher is missing though due to an ankle injury, while goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is still sidelined with a shoulder problem. Winston Reid will replace James Collins (calf injury)  if […]

BIG RAY BACKS THE RIGHT TO BOO

Ray Winstone has backed the fans’ right to boo but is also supporting Sam Allardyce’s ‘win ugly’ tactics. Speaking to TALKSPORT, the nation’s favourite hardman said: “West Ham fans are used to watching good football I guess but I don’t think we have got the players for tippy tappy football. “We have been relegated playing that […]

Sullivan: ‘We were all frustrated but get behind us’

David Sullivan has today made it clear that every West Ham fan needs to get behind the team! In his first public statement since the team was booed off against Hull City the co-chairman declared:  “Everyone should have been happy after that match because the three points were so vital but it was a strange game, […]

DG hits out at “no ambition” charges

By Sean Whetstone David Gold took to twitter this morning to defend the accusation that the West Ham board have no ambition.  David said “Our ambition is first to remain in the Premier League which will make us stronger [then] go to the Olympic Stadium debt free and compete at the highest level “When it was suggested […]

Peters defends Allardyce against booers

West Ham’s World Cup winner  Martin Peters doesn’t get those who booed Sam Allardyce after a vital victory.  This is the story that simply refuses to go away but Peters is confused about the dissent from fan sections. he said: “I think Sam has done a good job. He has got us up from the Championship. […]

NOLAN: SAM GETS UNFAIR CRITICISM

Sam Allardyce’s ‘First Lieutenant’ Kevin Nolan has raised a stern defence of manager Sam Allardyce and believes he will lead the Hammers into Europe. After days of criticism, Allardyce allies are racing to his cause and Nolan has launched the biggest arguments in his favour yet. He said: “I’m fed up of trying to tell […]

ALLEN: ‘BOO BOYS COULD DRIVE SAM OUT’

Former West Ham United bad boy Martin Allen has warned the Upton Park boo boys: “You could drive Sam Allardyce out of the Boleyn.” As the team head into another crucial clash at the Stadium of Light tomorrow night Allen warned the Hammers discontents: “Be careful what you wish for!” The Barnet head coach was […]