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Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it

J.Riddle 1:22 Tue Aug 16
Nothing got past him when he came on and also got forward well at times. I was concerned that he isn't ready, but he has shown in preseason that he is the real deal. Excellent news, I think he will become a top player.

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terry-h 8:52 Tue Apr 11
Re: Byram
Nordtveit right back at Sunderland? Thousands cancel plans to travel north.

El Scorchio 7:50 Tue Apr 11
Re: Byram
He's injured?


Dropping like flies once again.

Pity as he was looking decent at last.

Lee Trundle 6:29 Tue Apr 11
Re: Byram
Hopefully he's back for the Sunderland game or we're back to the right back roulette game where we pick any random player.

Eddie B 6:05 Tue Apr 11
Re: Byram
This fella has had no luck at WHU has he. As soon as he has a decent match, he promptly gets injured. Gutted for the lad.

Willtell 9:32 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Agreed ammerman but they are a perfect model for what WH needs to be...

ammerman 7:53 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
just one thing

Sven Roeder 7:50 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Was thinking more from Trippier's point of view. He is good enough to be first choice at a decent team.
Annoyingly Spurs are doing it right again.
With Walker and Rose injured they have Davies and Trippier to step in.

Willtell 7:43 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
He was and never got on. Trippier was really good too. Better than Byram defensively imo. We are a long way behind Tottenham tbf and I doubt they'd want to sell either RB to us...

Sven Roeder 7:38 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Was he?
Thought he was out for the season but have obviously been watching our players too long.
I see Kane came back in about 3 games as well

I suppose there is no need to rush him with such a good fill in. Bit fill in he is.

Willtell 7:34 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Walker was on the bench yesterday Sven so Trippier is keeping him out. I watched the televised game at the weekend and iirc it was commented on too.

Sven Roeder 7:23 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Trippier is not keeping Walker out of the team
Walker is injured and will straight back in when he is fit.
Trippier is obviously a very good Premier league right back and needs to move and play somewhere as first choice.

peachy75 6:57 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Needs to be given a run in the team until the end of the season and go from there, worth keeping !

North Bank 2:56 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Bob, Chris Houghton played left back for us during our promotion season.Tim Breacker played on the right

Let's hope Byram gets a run now until the end of the season

Spandex Sidney 2:44 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
No matter how good Trippier is he will be second fiddle there. I'd rather keep with Byram and actually support him to make that position his own.

geoffpikey 2:42 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Trippier is 3 years older, played many more prem games cos of Burnley.

Still, fuck Spurs - Byram could be the new Bale!
Or at least the new Tim Breacker.

Fivetide 2:23 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Would flourish if given confidence, belief and right defensive berth

Willtell 2:22 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Reply daveyg 1:54
I hope Byram turns out to be as good as Trippier but I saw Tottenham's televised game yesterday and was very impressed by Trippier. He's a step up on Byram defence wise that's for sure.

In top pro football almost as good is as good as a mile away!

BubblesCyprus 2:08 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
A rare success amongst our New Players gets better every time I see him.Natural Right Back playing Right Back c.c S Bilic Esq

daveyg 1:54 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
I disagree with your Trippier comparison Willtell. I think he is almost the same as Trippier. He left Burnley when he was 24 after they were relegated. Despite having a personally good season.He has matured in to an excellent squad player and is now keeping Walker out of a very good Spurs team. He has been patient and is having a run in the team.
Byram is now getting a run and is getting better. Hopefully a run playing every game until the end of the season will be of huge benefit.

The Cult Of Bob 1:44 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Not the worst right back I've seen play for us. That special honour falls to Chris Hughton.

Willtell 1:17 Sun Apr 9
Re: Byram
Yes sometimes we concentrate on what's wrong with a player too much. I remember Byram going past two defenders and putting over a lovely cross. It's something his game has and he regularly does.

As someone else said earlier he isn't a Trippier or Walker but he really isn't too shabby.

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