Wolves vs West Ham Official Match Thread

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palerider wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 6:30 am I couldn't watch the last 5 minutes. Too much for the old bowels.

I went up the road to get rid of the cat poo.

Noble did very well contrary to my fears but he'll need to maintain that. We tired second half, missed the outlet that Antonio gives. Who'd have thought he'd have a hammy problem again ?

Stumpy and the dribbler will be crapping themselves. Europe ? Can we get there on a number 87 ?

Planes cost money.
When they scored to make it 3-2,I turned EVERYTHING off..Telly,phone,computer,the lights :lol: etc

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hd1 wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:31 am
Clayton wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 1:05 am

Never in doubt , what match was you watching ? , poor thing still going on about negative whingers ? , some of us still have a opinion and at the moment are still able to express it .
Still proud to be a Hammer , always will be , and a win at the end of the day is still a win , even if we were lucky 1st half and we looked crap second half .
Clearly touched a nerve :D

We looked as likely as them to score and Souceks goal was disallowed, which was the game I was watching. Last season we would have capitulated, and whilst we did against Arsenal in most other games we've been solid and protected our lead without any worry, and I wasn't worried last night.

Negativity drags you down, gets into your every thought and stops you enjoying great games and performances. Carry on being like that, I'm enjoying it
Tbh HD1,you have always been positive mate,I will give you that.

Whatever happens now from here on,it`s been a fabulous season.

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I'm going to predict that Benrahma is going to start earning his corn and begin to become useful. More useful than keeping the ball down at the corner flag with two opposition members trying to kick him.

He will get his chance in the next couple of weeks and he needs to stop performing like a constipated jackal and allow his inherent ability a bit of a free expression. All this whilst working within a tactical framework - not terribly difficult is it.

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Clayton wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:20 am
hd1 wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:31 am

Clearly touched a nerve :D

We looked as likely as them to score and Souceks goal was disallowed, which was the game I was watching. Last season we would have capitulated, and whilst we did against Arsenal in most other games we've been solid and protected our lead without any worry, and I wasn't worried last night.

Negativity drags you down, gets into your every thought and stops you enjoying great games and performances. Carry on being like that, I'm enjoying it
You surely cannot be watching the same team as me then , we have for the most part not been that solid at the back without any worries protecting our lead ( yes we have for the most part taken the lead ) . Many matches it has been worryingly back to the walls stuff trying to protect what we have instead of improving on what we have , that is how I see it .
And just for your understanding I do not suffer with negativity at all so it will not be dragging me down , I suffer I suppose with having a opinion other than support the manager at all costs . We all see things differently its what makes the world a interesting place to be , though I have had my doubts of late .
I have seen the good things our manager has done this season , the progress this team has made , but have also seen how they are held back by poor decisions from the dugout . That's an opinion not negativity , I want them to be the best they can .
Of course he has made mistakes,but if anyone in their right mind said this time last year,we'd be 4th in a years time,you would have pissed yourself laughing and thought they were on drugs.

The last 2 games in the first 35 minutes have been the best part of the season.We have blown teams away,just pity about the rest :lol: Liverpool and City were doing that in the last few years..Buy 2 or 3 players and we really could be the real deal.

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Newmarket wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:46 am
tassiehammer wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:43 am

Thought about it. Nothing like him whatsoever. You on drugs?
One took 3 Hammers to the pinnacle with an accent on par with Her Majesty and the other aint going no higher than 4th, lets be fair here, with an accent like Billy Connelly but no where as funny. If I missed the connection you best point it out. :D :)
He’s like a Racehorse. Blinkered and not for turning .
Wait till you see the other thread where you got a mention and Sir Alf had to turn :D
Just like my dreams they fade and die.
But on the positive side..............

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There aren't any easy games in this league. For anyone to think that we can or should just turn up and turn teams over must be mad.
Every team can beat the other on their day, look at West Brom at the weekend.
Do we just think that we can keep other teams out for 90 mins? reducing them to no shots on target every game?.
Look at how many chances we had to get something against City, the Champions elect.
Bowen had two great chances to put the game to bed last night, he didn't and that is the difference between coming away with a convincing win or a nervy one as it turned out.

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Castiron wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:20 pm There aren't any easy games in this league. For anyone to think that we can or should just turn up and turn teams over must be mad.
Every team can beat the other on their day, look at West Brom at the weekend.
Do we just think that we can keep other teams out for 90 mins? reducing them to no shots on target every game?.
Look at how many chances we had to get something against City, the Champions elect.
Bowen had two great chances to put the game to bed last night, he didn't and that is the difference between coming away with a convincing win or a nervy one as it turned out.
agree goodpost:)

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Castiron wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:20 pm There aren't any easy games in this league. For anyone to think that we can or should just turn up and turn teams over must be mad.
Every team can beat the other on their day, look at West Brom at the weekend.
Do we just think that we can keep other teams out for 90 mins? reducing them to no shots on target every game?.
Look at how many chances we had to get something against City, the Champions elect.
Bowen had two great chances to put the game to bed last night, he didn't and that is the difference between coming away with a convincing win or a nervy one as it turned out.
Quite. We made a marking mistake for their first and the pass for their second was a worldie long ball which was superb to be fair. They didn't score because they were dominant.

Yes we were on top in the first half but in the second, Wolves played a lot better after a bollocking and some of our players looked tired (Lingard etc) but Wolves were not as clinical as us. We were the better team....simple as.

Personally looking at them across the two games it seems that Wolves attempts to change their style is not working with the personnel they have.

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Personally think if Antonio had managed to see out the half we would have been out of sight.

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Castiron wrote: Tue Apr 06, 2021 3:24 pm Personally think if Antonio had managed to see out the half we would have been out of sight.
Agreed.
If he'd have stayed on, we'd have given them a proper hiding.
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