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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
76%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
7%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
11%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
5%
  
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
1%
  



Roeder-nowhere 2:07 Mon Sep 26
The Zaza factor
Barring a dramatic turnaround in performance levels & ability (unlike as he just doesn't look the part in the Prem) we'll not be buying this clown.
If reports are to be believed he needs to play between 15/20 games to trigger the 20 mil buy out clause. Unsure if this is true but if so he's got just 10 games left to prove himself and sakho/andy should both be back in 3/4 games. So what happens then? He rots in the reserves for the entire season or can we just get rid when we choose?
If it's the former I'd drop him now for Fletcher & only really use him as a complete last resort! One of the most pathetic run of performances i have seen from a WH striker. After his giraffe dance penalty miss at the Euro's we should have known this bloke was a joker!!

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Stranded 4:55 Thu Nov 3
Re: The Zaza factor
His dad sounds a bit desperate.

*crosses fingers*

http://www.football-italia.net/93854/agent-‘zaza-could-leave-west-ham’

Agent: ‘Zaza could leave West Ham’

Simone Zaza’s father and agent “can’t guarantee” that the striker will stay at West Ham United.

The Italian international has struggled since moving to the Premier League, and it has been suggested that he could return to Italy in January, with Napoli said to be interested.

“I honestly don’t know, I think we’ll analyse the various situations,” Antonio Zaza admitted in an interview with Calciomercato.com.

“Either tomorrow or the day after I’ll be in London to take stock of the situation with Simone and West Ham.

“The situation isn’t very clear, I can’t guarantee that he’ll stay in London until the end of the season or that he’ll definitely leave.

“Firstly it will be important to analyse everything with my son.”

Has there been any contact with Napoli?

“No, no-one from Napoli has called me recently. As you know, there was a concrete deal last summer but no-one has called me again.

“Milan? Not for the moment, no. These two destinations would be very welcome, if they called me I’d talk to them willingly.”

Eddie B 3:39 Tue Nov 1
Re: The Zaza factor
Money well spent!

The Hammers 10:57 Tue Nov 1
Re: The Zaza factor
http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11685/10555599/simone-zaza-signs-for-west-ham-on-loan-from-juventus

Cost us £5m for the loan deal

The Hammers 10:57 Tue Nov 1
Re: The Zaza factor
http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11685/10555599/simone-zaza-signs-for-west-ham-on-loan-from-juventus

Cost us £5m for the loan deal

Eddie B 10:00 Tue Nov 1
Re: The Zaza factor
Everyone can see it, so how come Bilic can't or won't?

GreenStreetPlayer 5:59 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
Our form noiticably dips when he is playing, going through the motions.
We are down to ten men when he is on the pitch.

gph 5:12 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
On the other hand, he doesn't hide.

If I'd put in yesterday's performance (while claiming a Premiership wage - I'm allowed to do it for no wage at all!), I'd be in a caravan now...

Private Dancer 5:06 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor

Texas Iron 3:56 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor

''Sadly...same old crap performance from Zaza vs Everton...Very poor sub by Bilic...WTF was he thinking...???''


It's actually fucking ridiculous. We are 1-0 down and we send on an absolute clown as a striker in the hope we can get back in the game? Seriously, what the fuck happeend?? Bilic has a lot to answer for right now.

zico 4:21 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
I just hope that Bilic doesn't keep playing him and he hits the appearances total that would mean we have to pay 24 odd million for him. The bloke is far too static when we have the ball, no runs into the channels allowing space for Payet to drift inside and seemingly useless in the air. An injured Carroll would have more threat than this guy.

Eddie B 4:12 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
One shot on target in 431 minutes is unbelievable.

Far Cough 4:09 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
We'd be better off with Zsa Zsa Gabor up front

ATM 4:09 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
I'm usually quite patient with our players but I've seen enough of Zaza now.

The only thing I can honestly say I've seen him do good, is take a long ball down and distribute it. Andy Carroll can do that and offers some sort of goal threat. When/if he gets back, Zaza doesn't stand a chance.

Bilic has obviously tried to replicate the past couple of games what he was at Juventus. That also hasn't worked.

Ayew or Antonio upfront for me all day long until Carroll or Sakho decide to pull their finger out.

And why Toni Martinez hasn't been given a chance I will never know!

Eddie B 4:07 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
Dowie-esque

Texas Iron 4:06 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
gph...

Indeed...

Texas Iron 4:06 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
gph...

Indeed...

Razzle 4:05 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
It should be the biZaza factor.

gph 3:58 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
It was perceptibly worse, not the same.

He's going to spill over into being a comedy player, the way he's going.

Texas Iron 3:56 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
Sadly...same old crap performance from Zaza vs Everton...

Very poor sub by Bilic...

WTF was he thinking...???

gph 3:48 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
The Zaza factor is zero.

Jack_El_Biscuit 3:45 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
Eddie B - Lots of training sessions?

mr so & so 3:41 Mon Oct 31
Re: The Zaza factor
ive had enough!

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