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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
20%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Sven Roeder 3:44 Wed Mar 18
Medical Report for Saturday
From Stijn Vandenbroucke
Head of Medical and Sports Science

We will start with the positive news, which is that Carlton Cole has recovered from the hamstring injury he suffered at Tottenham Hotspur on 22 February. Carlton has resumed full training and will be available for Saturday’s game against Sunderland.

Another positive note is that, although Adrian dislocated his finger in the warm-up ahead of the Arsenal game at the weekend, he had it put back in and taped up by physiotherapist Dominic Rogan before the game. Adrian played through the pain, which is not to be under-estimated, and he too will be available to face Sunderland.

Adrian avoided a fracture and ligament damage, so he has been receiving treatment by wearing a brace during the night this week to ensure his finger remains pointing in the right direction! He was held out of one training session as a precaution but he will be ready to play on Saturday.

Unfortunately, we have had two setbacks in the defence. James Tomkins underwent successful surgery on his dislocated shoulder on Wednesday and will now commence his rehabilitation, with a view to him returning to fitness before the end of the season.

Doneil Henry injured his hamstring during his loan spell with Blackburn Rovers and, after consulting with a specialist, he will have an operation at the end of the week.

Winston Reid is recovering and rehabbing well from the hamstring injury he suffered against Chelsea on 4 March. He is working hard on his fitness and is getting closer to a return.

Andy Carroll no longer needs crutches to walk and now only has a brace on the knee he injured against Southampton on 11 February. Andy is still limited, but from Tuesday this week we significantly increased his rehab and are able to do a wider variety exercises. Andy’s rehab is going well and everything is still on schedule.

Enner Valencia lacerated his big toe on 10 March and unfortunately he will not be available this weekend, but is on schedule to return after the international break.

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13 Brentford Rd 8:02 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
And now for the good news........, only Carlton is fit again, our keeper has a dislocated finger, Tomkins will.be fit by the end of the season and Carroll is walking without cruches.

David L 1:53 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Well said elkel well said

JUST STOP SINGING THAT FUCKING SONG

elkel2 1:42 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Carlton Cole fit again,how the fuck is that a positive
Also can I just say to all those people who sing the Carlton Cole song,fucking stop it it's fucking embarrassing!

LeroysBoots 11:27 Thu Mar 19
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When can we put Carroll down ?

Biggest waste of money, time and effort this club ever had

David L 11:25 Thu Mar 19
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A bit sad really that the owners think we're going to be a big club simply by moving to an athletics stadium, conveniently ignoring the fact that we continue to pay players like Cole, and indeed look on his continued presence with us as some sort of good news.

Sydney_Iron 10:46 Thu Mar 19
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We seem to be jinxed when it comes to injury’s and set backs, about the only player immune to this is Carlton, always seems to recover in quick smart time and without setbacks!

Monk~koknee 10:31 Thu Mar 19
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With Defoe starting for them it will give CFC another chance to link up as he did for that Spurs goal in 2009. Best slide rule through ball ever.

terry-h 10:22 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Mrs Allardyce is preparing her husband's list of excuses at Saturday evening's post match press conference in the event of losing to Dick van Dykevacatt's shower of shite.

The injuries will be right at the top of walrus's excuses.

Sven Roeder 10:13 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Goals each season for us
13
10
7
1

Sven Roeder 10:10 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
One goal in the last twelve months

28 starts and 9 sub appearances

Eddie B 10:00 Thu Mar 19
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
The Kevin Nolan who will always pop up with a goal when you need it - ONE goal scored this season.

manic 9:43 Thu Mar 19
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Sarah Ballpalsy 5:28 Wed Mar 18
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Sakho isn't great as a lone striker in my opinion. So whoever plays with him then I hope they play as a pair and not one wide.

Nolan will play just behind him so that will be just fine

aldgate 8:44 Wed Mar 18
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don't think i'll bother using my season ticket saturday
think a lot of people will be the same given TV coverage and allardyce situation
empty seats might give the owners a glimpse of the future if they keep allardyce on board
even my old man is talking about not going on saturday - he's usually enthusiastic about everything but it's difficult to get excited about west ham at the moment

W6Hammer 8:15 Wed Mar 18
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Operation on a hamstring?.That must be one serious hamstring injury.A complete tear/rupture I presume.

franksfat&slow&wank 7:58 Wed Mar 18
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You can write the script for Saturday
Score draw for me

Sarah Ballpalsy 5:28 Wed Mar 18
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Sakho isn't great as a lone striker in my opinion. So whoever plays with him then I hope they play as a pair and not one wide.

David L 4:55 Wed Mar 18
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
Now Cole's back we don't expect to beat anyone.

Chopper Toshack 4:23 Wed Mar 18
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Allardyce has already helped the cause (again) by telling "West Ham fans" (note, not "our fans") that they shouldn't expect to beat Sunderland 4-0 on Saturday.

Righto then.

*Saves 80 and a wasted day*

goose 4:16 Wed Mar 18
Re: Medical Report for Saturday
thats BFS's excuses lined up between now and the end of the season.

One McAvennieeeeee 4:09 Wed Mar 18
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Fuck this, I'm not bothering Saturday with the team he's gonna put out.

Gonna sell my billet back to the club.

Chopper Toshack 3:57 Wed Mar 18
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Can't Control is fit for Saturday?

*FIRE'S UP TICKET TRADER*

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