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Exclusive: Sullivan hails his heroes

David Sullivan has hailed the amazing Hammers after their astonishing victory over Spurs last night in which every player emerged a hero.

The 1-0 victory is probably the sweetest of the season given that it stopped a title charge by the deadly enemy and showed the team at their attacking best and most defensively resilient.

Sullivan was thrilled with Collinsthe victory declaring exclusively to ClaretandHugh: “It was a fantastic night and a fantastic performance by every player.

“Now we have 11 Cup Finals to go this season – and hopefully two more if we beat Manchester United.”

The co-chairman also confirmed that the only bad news was the Jams Collins injury which will rule him out of first team action for the next four weeks.

But Angelo Ogbonna looks to be okay after a heroic second half performance after receiving an accidental ‘stamp’ during the first half.

Sullivan told ClaretandHugh: “Hopefully, he is okay but Collins is likely to be out for three or four weeks.”

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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

2 comments on “Exclusive: Sullivan hails his heroes

  1. Need Reid and Tonks back asap.

  2. Shame for Collins to miss out on these games, as it will unfortunately get more and more difficult to sustain FIRST CHOICE centre half. Reece deputised very well, but on occasions I was worried about his positioning. But as for the result: WHU WILL HAVE BEATEN SPURS IN OUR LAST GAME WITH THEM AT THE BOLEYN FOREVER! And SPURS WILL NEVER BEAT WHU AT THE BOLEYN AGAIN! COYI!

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