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Discussion in 'West Ham United' started by pething101, Nov 20, 2004.
Noon for those in the UK, 7 am est for those in the USA.
I'll be sleeping for certain. Hope I wake to pleasing results.
It's bloody 1am down here in NZ, c'mon lads, do us proud for once!!
Not even a minute in and Millwall have a pretty good chance to open their account. Hayles. Nothing much comes of it.
Too f'king early! I dont even know why I'm awake. Sh1t! I dont even know if I am awake!
COME ON YOU IRONS!
pETHING! Nearly 10,000 posts. Do you have a life?
6am start for me....& on a Sunday!!! Currently in Nebraska. Need a result today, especially after yesterdays results went our way. C'mon you Hammers!!!
Hey, look at Panic. He has 10,000 more posts than I.
17 minutes in, still goalless.
Wise taking a corner ... he is getting showered with debris.
Not there is anything wrong with that.
Well, that did not last long for the new fellow from Spurs. Tarrico off for Anton, 28 minutes in.
0-0 Half time. Time for a bovril and a ******
Was there any reason for the substitution?
Not that I'm aware of, but its 8;03 and i'm barely human.
I'm reading Beckhams book at the moment and its suprisingly good. ghost written by Tom Watts but he seems to remember every goal he's ever scored.
The only thing they mentioned was injury but nothing more specific than that. Which really helps very little.
Repka has pulled a Repka.
A yellow card for barging into the referee. Very lucky to be staying in the game.
Just woke up. Are we winning yet?
Found some info on this new guy:-
20 - Darren Powell
Club: Crystal Palace
Shirt Number: 20
Date of Birth: March 10, 1976
Height: 6' 3"
An outstanding signing from non-league outfit Hampton, this accomplished central defender took to the league game at Brentford with effortless style.
He became a vital component of former manager Ron Noades' Third Division championship side of 1998/999.
Strong in the air, calm and composed on the ground and more than useful in the opposition penalty area, the £15,000 paid to secure his signature was a wonderful piece of transfer business.
He found the step up to Second Division football no problem at all, and was one of the more impressive performers in a 1999/2000 campaign which petered out badly for the Bees.
Powell was always likely to be bought by a bigger club, and in August 2002 Crystal Palace paid £450,000, rising to £750,000, to take him to Selhurst Park.
The centre-back made his debut in a 2-1 win at Preston North End, scoring the equalising goal for the Eagles. He was an important first teamer for Palace, although injury ruled him out of the whole of January.
He was on the shortlist for the Player of the Year award for 2003/04.
But his 2003/04 campaign was blighted by injury. He was ruled out with a thigh strain picked up early in the match against Ipswich in mid-October - and was on the sidelines for seven months until mid-May.
He almost joined Reading in March but his injury had not healed sufficiently.
Powell timed his comeback to perfection. His second game back was the second leg of the First Division Play-off semi-final at Sunderland, replacing Danny Granville in the 72nd minute.
With Palace down to ten men and on their way out, Powell popped up in injury time to head his side back on level terms. The Eagles went on to win on penalties and win the final against West Ham to book a place in the Premiership.
Repka attacks ref!!! Only booked. Lucky bugger!
Great save by Bywater. we sound under the cosh. Sounds like we're playing the crowd as well
Have we actually had a shot on target yet? I dont remember one.
Harewood is gone. Second yellow for diving. This might hamper our ability to get any shots on target.
Harewood off!! Seems a tad harsh! No striker on the park. No change there then.
Zamora coming on. so still no striker out there for West Ham...
Kepp the info coming guys as I can't get into the Crewe site. (5.30am here)
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