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DG’s ‘perfect storm’ becoming Hammers hurricane

david-goldDavid Gold has regularly been referring to the final Boleyn season as “a perfect storm.”

Tomorrow it can become an unstoppable Hammers hurricane.

The incredible league form, the FA Cup run, the form of our new signings, Dimi Payt’s magic and fifth place are all making it possible that this – our final season at the dear old lady – could be our finest.

From the moment Slaven was appointed as boss there was a change in the air and Gold says: “He has been the reason for everything that’s happened. It’s been an incredible season.

“And to beat United tomorrow and find ourselves back at Wembley would be utterly extraordinary in such a season. I’ve said for weeks but this really is becoming a Hammers hurricane!

“We would have loved a home draw but with such a string of results behind us we can go anywhere with great confidence. It’s an amazing season and as I do every week I go to Old Trafford this week fully believing we will come back with something.”


About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

One comment on “DG’s ‘perfect storm’ becoming Hammers hurricane

  1. It would be great to be at home for the fans but I believe when we go away we are not so gungho and we play better but the opposition are still nervous about us,
    I hope they come at us with everything from the start because we will kill them on the break away,
    Their pitch is great for our game they are low on confidence,there manager has no answers
    On how to get them fireing again,there core players are out,
    They are ther for the taking,
    This is our year,

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