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He’s feeling the pain!

nobesMark Noble is as disappointed today as he was deliriously happy after the defeat of the other north London team on opening day.

Nothing stings worse in life as a Hammer than to be beaten by Spurs as comprehensively as we were yesterday (Sun)  and the captain is feeling every bit of the pain.

Speaking to the official site he said: ” “This defeat hurts us the most because it is a London derby. We have been on the winning side a lot over the last few years.

“They scored from a set play in the first half and we were not out of the game at that point. We had a couple of chances ourselves and Cheikhou hit the crossbar.

“If that chance goes in it is a different game. But when you go 2-0 down in a London derby it is tough to come back from. “But they scored straight after half-time and that made it virtually impossible for us. It was a disappointing day.

“Goals at home can lift the crowd and when Harry Kane scored it made life that much harder for us. The third goal really killed us and it was sloppy play from us.

“But we need to put this behind us and look forward to West Brom which is another game on television and put things right.”

 

 

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One comment on “He’s feeling the pain!

  1. He might be feeling the pain but least he didn’t have to watch it or go through the absolute abuse I am getting today from all of the Spurs fans coming out of the woodwork. I would rather lose to anyone than them, I would rather lose by 5 – 0 to someone else than have bloody Harry Kane score against us.

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