West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Thailandkev » Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:42 am

I think he will rest Antonio ,payet Reid and probably ogbonna for this one
My team if players fit
Adrian
Byram , nordvelt , Collins , cresswell
Fernandes , Noble , feghouli
, Lanzini
Carroll
Subs Randolph , Reid , Antonio , payet , Fletcher , Martinez , Oxford
Probably get beat anyway but palace next week is more important TBH
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Thailandkev » Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:57 am

Shit forgot about obiang i am genuinely amused
Maybe change obiang for noble
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Ibbyham » Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:09 pm

Newmarket wrote:
Ibbyham wrote:Squad for City game....

Adrian: Byram, Collins, Ogbonna, Cresswell: Obiang, Noble: Antonio, Payet, Lanzini: Fletcher.

I would also give run to Oxford, Quina and Martinez.

COYI

2 - 1 to our boys BUT 1 person will have a chance to spoil it......THE DEVIL (referee).

West Ham were largely better than Man Utd but Dean ruined our special night and hope he will get FIRED!!!!

Back on the Ref thing are we Ibbs ? :i am genuinely amused:

All referees nowaday whoever is are all sh!t.....Bring back Roger Milford and M Bodenham.
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Shortshanks » Thu Jan 05, 2017 1:54 pm

Any eleven as long as Noble is not in the squad.
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Re: Man City Preview

Postby belfasthammer » Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:15 pm

Pep will do well at Man Citeh even though expectations for him and Mourinho are for instant success. There is a strong correlation between their wobbles and Aguero being injured/suspended. With a fit Aguero they have a chance of the PL butbased on the season so far where he has missed a few,it would swing the title towards Chelski.
Excellent video Geo and guys
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Re: Man City Preview

Postby Porterman » Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:45 pm

belfasthammer wrote:Pep will do well at Man Citeh even though expectations for him and Mourinho are for instant success. There is a strong correlation between their wobbles and Aguero being injured/suspended. With a fit Aguero they have a chance of the PL butbased on the season so far where he has missed a few,it would swing the title towards Chelski.
Excellent video Geo and guys


" Guardeola will do well at City"....By that do you mean he will spend probably £200m in the next 2 transfer windows, not bring any youth through, leave players that he and the club have spent in excess of £20/30m (+) on the bench and sometimes in the stands whilst capitulating long before the Final of the Champions League AGAIN?!

Not sure what's " good management" about that to be honest!!!
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Re: Man City Preview

Postby belfasthammer » Thu Jan 05, 2017 4:25 pm

Porterman wrote:
belfasthammer wrote:Pep will do well at Man Citeh even though expectations for him and Mourinho are for instant success. There is a strong correlation between their wobbles and Aguero being injured/suspended. With a fit Aguero they have a chance of the PL butbased on the season so far where he has missed a few,it would swing the title towards Chelski.
Excellent video Geo and guys


" Guardeola will do well at City"....By that do you mean he will spend probably £200m in the next 2 transfer windows, not bring any youth through, leave players that he and the club have spent in excess of £20/30m (+) on the bench and sometimes in the stands whilst capitulating long before the Final of the Champions League AGAIN?!

Not sure what's " good management" about that to be honest!!!


True what you are saying but football is littered with managers who also spend big and not delivered . He will deliver. Didn't say he was a great manger just that he will do well. People like Ranieri and Brian Clough in his day achieved greatness with limited resources.
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby redhammer » Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:00 pm

Sell out for tomorrow and that is impressive, for sure, it is quite cheap with KFAD and adult tickets are not expensive but I guess that was the point of the move, Friday night on BBC1 at this time of year, fair play to all attending, I could not get the day off work so the beeb it is for me.

Pep saying he won't rest players is not great news for us but they have been far from convincing when I watch them but we do need to press high, not something I attribute to ourselves under Slav.
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby Newmarket » Fri Jan 06, 2017 12:47 pm

Here's a little tip for you if you're skint .

I've just had £40 at 10/1 on first goalscorer this evening .

Jonathon. He starts .
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Re: West Ham v Man City - FA Cup Official Match Thread

Postby OZHAMMER » Fri Jan 06, 2017 1:46 pm

Newmarket wrote:Here's a little tip for you if you're skint .

I've just had £40 at 10/1 on first goalscorer this evening .

Jonathon. He starts .


Who? Calleri?
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