Ask any West Ham fan what one of the highlights of the past few seasons has been. It shouldn’t be hard as there hasn’t been many, but one stand out feature has been the emergence (again) of some exciting youngsters from the Tony Carr conveyor belt. Last season we saw brief glimpses of Zavon Hines before injury cut short his season, but it was the emergence of the trio of James Tompkins, Junior Stanislas and 21 year old Welsh midfielder Jack Collison.
Collison was certainly one shining light in the back end of the 2008/09 season, continuing his assured form into last season, earning his first few caps for the Welsh national team. Unfortunately, injury struck again in March when he was ruled out for the rest of the year with a re-occurance of his knee injury.
We caught up with Jack as he continued his rehabilitation, trying not to distract him from his PlayStation 3. Continue reading
Spineless, gutless, embarrassing, unprofessional. Four words I could use to describe the appalling performance by West Ham against Liverpool at Anfield last night. As a life long supporter of the club and a current season ticket holder I watched us capitulate from the first whistle to the worst Liverpool team in decades.
Obviously in the away dressing room
Lets put this in perspective. We are in a relegation dog fight. We potentially, if we won all of our games before last night, would have got 43 points which in most seasons would see us safe. Now that number is 40 points. This season has been the poorest Premier League season EVER. Look at home many games Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal have lost – unheard of in most seasons.
Look at the bottom and see how many points each team has. West Ham deserve to be relegated. Simple as that. They are poor – no in fact – they are crap. Zero entertainment value, badly run, poorly managed and stuffed full of players with over inflated egos. Liverpool are suffering their worst season in Premier League. They were without their best player – a player who has single handily won them I would say a third of their points, yet we were as effective as a powder puff. Continue reading