West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby H4L » Thu Dec 15, 2016 7:19 am

Burnley sat behind the ball and made life difficult. We played well first half. Other than Randolph''s save I don't remember them hitting target. Winning builds confidence. I saw signs of that in the way moved the ball at times. We move on to Hull and look for another 3 points.
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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby IronsForever » Thu Dec 15, 2016 8:58 am

MeppyMepz wrote:so that's what a clean sheet feels like haha COYI!!!!


I won't be sleeping over at your place:)
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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby IronsForever » Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:03 am

Whiskyman wrote:
Newmarket wrote:
Whiskyman wrote:Let's face it anybody who went to that match expecting a classic must be deluded. Burnley showed no attacking intent until they went behind and that, added to the inevitable nerves factor and helped by some unbelievably weak refereeing, ensured that creativity would go out of the window. Plus of course Carroll was in from the start which inevitably means hoofball.

Still 3 points is 3 points. They count the same whatever the quality of the match. Hopefully the nerves will settle a bit and we see an improved performance on Saturday.

I think that until we get a "footballing" centre forward (or Sakho back) that's the way it's going to be so I think people had best start getting used to it .

And as promising as young Fletcher's future might seem , he is a junior version of AC .


I beg to differ good sir. From the little I've seen of Fletcher he is comfortable with the ball at his feet and a hell of a lot more mobile than Carroll. I've always considered Carroll a very good player in the air but extremely limited in other aspects of the game.

Completely agree with you re Sakho.


Have to agree, i thought Fletcher was very versatile against Arsenal. Andy looks like one of them Boxing Kangeroos you see on youtube that gets right up the nose of defenders and can dig a goal out from anywhere in that box. He will never beat a defender for speed 1 on 1. Would have been ideal for England in Euro's when they needed a kangeroo in that box kicking and jumping all over the opposition
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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby wokinghama » Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:35 am

Chicken Runner wrote:Slav looks ready for a cardiac.
Thank god for that
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That's a bit harsh fella :o
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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby Chicken Runner » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:03 pm

wokinghama wrote:
Chicken Runner wrote:Slav looks ready for a cardiac.
Thank god for that
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That's a bit harsh fella :o

:i am genuinely amused: :x I meant for the final whistle
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Re: West Ham v Burnley - Official Match Thread

Postby ToneLoc » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:15 pm

Chicken Runner wrote:
wokinghama wrote:
Chicken Runner wrote:Slav looks ready for a cardiac.
Thank god for that
whufc_crest




That's a bit harsh fella :o

:i am genuinely amused: :x I meant for the final whistle

Brilliant :i am genuinely amused:
I thought the same as you thunk wokinghama
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