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Pards To End New Year Cheer

Well that’s the plan anyway and Paul certainly doesn’t share my confidence that the tough Christmas fixture scheduled will take it’s toll on West Brom.

West Ham have been enjoyed a relaxing festive period largely due to the rearranged fixture away to Tottenham where as Alan Pardew’s team played against Arsenal only yesterday. During our match preview last night I suggested that the disparity between the teams schedules should see us have a fitness and fatigue advantage. With both teams struggling near the bottom of the league small margins could well make the difference and if we can plug our leaky defence I’d hope that we’d have enough legs and goals to get the result.

As you will see in the video Paul is a little less confident and believes the Midlands club could well cause us and in particular our defenders quite a few problems.  He also takes a look back at the issues that have arisen from our last two games as well as taking a cursory glance at a few of the players we are rumoured to be interested in signing.

 

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2 comments on “Pards To End New Year Cheer

  1. Being a west ham fan knowing what we should do and doing it ? Is as aways the reverse of what we expect? Let’s hope the team that played against Newcastle (looked like rabbits in car head lights) don’t turn up and the team that played stoke and chelzki do turn up ! Especially the DEFENCE???

  2. Yes Dusty agree with that we need a win and need to do the basics well like defending as a team and not leaving ourselves open to the counter attack, unless there is money on the table for Sakho he should be starting alongside Arnie, we need to press them relentlessly and make them feel every minute of their tough schedule, although I will be at the Spurs game I would rather us win this one than that and with a really solid performance, we know we should be able to get a result now we need to deliver it COYI !!!

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