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West Ham down to 6th now that bloody city won, Mind you im happy for a minute and good to see Ashton get off the mark.

hammers, Im always blowing bubbles chap and being a West ham fan we have to keep the faith.

Great to see spurs doing well or not as the case may be and fair play to the Arse great game and what a last goal that was, Contender for goal of the season already i think.

Anita i bet you were over the moon with that one. :D

Coopsie chap your very quiet :clapper:

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cockerkneeboy, i was well chuffed i was running the line at Truro when someone shouted the result across (before the match started it was 1-0) i spent the rest of the game with a smile on my face, couldn't wait to ask all the Spurs fans what they thought of the game :drink: :yahoo:

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cockerkneeboy, I'm always quiet. I'd like to say that Spurs are having a bit of a "blip" at the moment BUT I feel it's alot deeper than that. Whether He's responsible or not, Jol will be out VERY soon and then a new man will step in and will hopefully weed out players like Robinson, Rocha, Gardner, Stalteri, Pyo, Malbranque, Tainio, Jenas, Zokora and with Berbatov leaving because he isn't going to play for a mid-table team, the new manager would have some fairly good funding to buy players we actually need.

Anyway, this topic is about West Ham and they deserve alot of credit for the way that they're performing. Another good 3 points at the weekend and plenty for you Irons fans to be happy about at the moment. I hope it continues because you (the West Ham fans on here) all seem like excellent guys and I totally enjoy the banter/riricule I share with you.

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Anyway, this topic is about West Ham and they deserve alot of credit for the way that they're performing. Another good 3 points at the weekend and plenty for you Irons fans to be happy about at the moment. I hope it continues because you (the West Ham fans on here) all seem like excellent guys and I totally enjoy the banter/riricule I share with you.

I agree with you there coopsie :thumbsup::drink: :drink:

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coopsie, Anita

Your not wrong about us hammers fans and we do love a bit of friendly banter, especially with our north London rivals. :D

It is of course just banter because we all know that every team has its day and right now the Arse are flying :( the Hammers are doing ok :D and the Spuds are having a bad patch :yahoo: .

We all know how things change and there is a long long way to go in the premiership so far too early to be getting excited.

I’m sure myself and Hammers will of course keep you all amused with some banter during the season though just as you do with us Cockney boys, Hope your all well and lets bring on the derby games. :clapper:

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Hey comme on. leave spurs out of this one. The topic was cos a hammer was over the moon with beating middlesborough 3-0. WOW! still, suppose its a positive to keep you going in the championship next season! West Ham are a small club who have never really done anything! :angry::thumbsup:

still nice to get 3 points though wouldnt you say??

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Hey comme on. leave spurs out of this one. The topic was cos a hammer was over the moon with beating middlesborough 3-0. WOW! still, suppose its a positive to keep you going in the championship next season! West Ham are a small club who have never really done anything! :angry::thumbsup:

Hutchspur

You may think that West Ham are a small club but as our records show we have at least won a couple of things.

World cups 1 1966 :D

League:

Division One Best position: 3rd 1985-86

Division Two Champions (2): 1957-58, 1980-81

Runners-Up (3): 1922-23; 1990-91; 1992-93

Championship Play-off Final Winners: 2005

FA Cup:

Winners (3): 1964, 1975, 1980

Runners-up (2): 1923, 2006

Football League Cup:

Runners-up (2): 1966, 1981

Football League War Cup:

Winners (1): 1940

FA Charity Shield:

Winners: 1964-65 (shared)

European Competition:

European Cup Winners' Cup:

Winners: 1964-65

Runners-Up: 1975-76

UEFA Intertoto Cup:

Winners: 1999

Youth:

FA Youth Cup:

Winners (3): 1963, 1981, 1999

Runners-up(4): 1957, 1959, 1975, 1996

South-East Counties Champions: 1984-85, 1995-96, 1997-98

FA Premier Youth Academy Under-19 Champions: 1998-99,1999-2000

I do believe that there are a few supporters from other clubs on here that wish there supported clubs could at least have won half of what we have, I appreciate it may not be as good as the spuds record but dont forget that the Arse have won far more than you or i could ever dream of so i should say that if we are talking small clubs then you (The spuds) would fall into that category dont you agree.

One other thing chap, Looking at the amount of managers you have had i should say your club seems to have a few more problems than our small little east end club ever has.

Spuds managers:

Frank BRETTELL 1898-1899

John CAMERON 1899-1906

Fred KIRKHAM 1906-1908

Peter McWILLIAM 1912-1927

Billy MINTER February 1927 - November 1929

Percy SMITH November 1929-1935

Jack TRESADERN 1935-1938

Peter McWILLIAM 1938-1942

Arthur TURNER 1942-1946

Joe HULME 1946-1949

Arthur ROWE 1949-1955

Jimmy ANDERSON 1955-1958

Bill NICHOLSON 1958-1974

Terry NEILL 1974 - 1976

Keith BURKINSHAW 1976 - 1984

Peter SHREEVES 1984 - 1986

David PLEAT 1986 - 1987

Terry VENABLES 1987 - May 1991

Peter SHREEVES 1991 - 1992

Doug LIVERMORE / Ray CLEMENCE 1992 - 1993

Osvaldo ARDILES 1993 - 1994

Gerry FRANCIS 1994 - 1997

Christian GROSS 1997 - September 1998

David PLEAT September 1998 - October 1998

George GRAHAM October 1998 - March 2001

David PLEAT March 2001

Glenn HODDLE April 2001 - September 2003

David PLEAT September 2003 - May 2004

Jacques SANTINI (Head Coach) July 2004 - November 2004

Martin JOL (Head Coach) November 2004 -

West Ham managers:

1902-32 Syd King

1932-50 Charlie Paynter

1950-61 Ted Fenton

1961-77 Ron Greenwood

1977-89 John Lyall

1989-90 Lou Macari

1990-94 Billy Bonds

1994-2001 Harry Redknapp

2001-03 Glenn Roeder

2003-06 Alan Pardew

2006- Alan Curbishley

Anyway chap as you said it is a west ham thread and not a spuds one so lets not get into anything as it is all about the banter fella, Not only that but i do not want Coopsie fella coming on and having a go. (sorry Coopsie chap) :D

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Not bad me old china, just pi***d off with the rain. You know what it's like mate. No sun = No work. :(

Good old Dean Ashton got me a few dream team points at the weekend though, so that cheered me up a bit. I read that he's been sent a suit by the FA since Heskey got injured, perhaps a recall to the England squad is on the cards?. Although after his last call up I suppose you'd rather he stayed down at "The Boleyn" where he's safe?.

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