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The Opposition: West Ham



Full Club Name:
West Ham United Football Club

Year Formed:
1895

Nickname:
The Hammers

Ground:
Boleyn Ground (Upton Park)

Capacity:
35,303

Manager:
Gianfranco Zola (2008 to present)

Owners:
David Gold & Sullivan (2009 to present)

Possible West Ham Line-Up:
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(4-4-2
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1) Green
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20) Faubert - 22) Da Costa - 15) Upson - 18) Spector
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16) Noble - 8) Parker - 14) Kovac - 46) Stanislas
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12) Cole - 9) Ilan

Top Scorer:
Carlton Cole: 8 (Premier League)

Player to Watch:
Scott Parker - Scotty Parker has been outstanding for the Hammers this season putting-in consistent performance after consistent performance. The news of the injury to Gareth Barry will be music to the ears of Parker who is pushing for a place in Fabio Capello's England squad for the World Cup in South Africa. Parker is a very busy player who is good with the ball but even better when the opposition have possession and when the dirty work needs to be done.

West Ham's Last 6 Form Guide:
Loss, Draw, Win, Loss, Win, Loss = 7 points

City Last 6 Form Guide:
Win, Win, Loss, Draw, Win, Loss = 10 points

Current Table Position:
17th. Played 37. Won 8. Lost 19. Drawn 10. Goal difference -19. Points 34

Club Records:
Most League appearances: 793 Billy Bonds
Most League goals: 326 Vic Watson
Record Attendance: 42,322 v Spurs, Division One, 1970
Record transfer fee paid: (7.5m) Craig Bellamy from Liverpool, 2007
Record Transfer fee received: (18m) Rio Ferdinand from Leeds, 2000

Famous Hammers:
Russell Brand (Comedian)
Graham Gooch (Ex-Cricketer)
Ray Winstone (Actor)
Phil Jupitus (Comedian)
Matt Damon (Actor)
Barack Obama (US President)

The journalist

Writer: bigal84 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 8 2010

Time: 8:02PM

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08/05/2010 20:13:00

Yeah apparently he said it in one of his presidential speeches!
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08/05/2010 20:37:00

LMAO Yes they can?!!
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09/05/2010 11:22:00

 

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