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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
73%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
9%
  
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
3%
  



Eddie B 12:56 Wed Sep 20
Your memories of Spurs at home?
The last two seasons have been pretty sweet, but what are your more long term memories of home matches against those wankers?

Lasagnagate stands out for me, as does the windy 4-3 win in the late 90s.
A 2-1 victory in the Bond Scheme season is a very happy memory. The WHU scorers were those two legends Mike Small and Mitchell Thomas.

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Admiral Lard 11:59 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
November 76, West Ham 5 Tottenham 3
Cracking game on what was a pretty poor season

Sniper 11:38 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
When we beat them 1-0 (fat frank I think) but Ian Pearce died. Didn't realise at the time how bad his injury was going to be, such a shame because he wasn't even half the player when he came back (even though he was twice the size)

teddyp 9:55 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Joe Gallagher, Crossbar, Cottee...goal.....

wanstead_hammer 9:45 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Chim - wish I'd have known, I'd have nipped over there Sunday.
Was over Limehouse way as well. Hope they raised a good few bob anyway.

As for the front wheels, yeh it was like a broken record when we were on the move.
I'm sure we'll explain the figures to em in no uncertain terms on Saturday morning!

wanstead_hammer 9:30 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
And after one of the 80s night games, them having to run the gauntlet all the way to Forest Gate station when the OB decided to take em there for some reason. Another good send off.
No wonder we was all fit as fiddles.

chim chim cha boo 9:23 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
I've got a spurs mate who played in the Soccer Sixes (a load of bands playing football for charity) on Sunday at Mile End stadium. I was there to take pictures.

Him and his band were pissed-up by the time they played their matches and it just so happened that they were given claret and blue kit by the organisers.

They were pissed and fielded a couple of girls too and predictably got tonked. It was a good laugh though.

Another pal of mine said he'd seen a picture I took on Facebook (I don't have it as I'm strictly anti-social media) and the cheeky cunt had put 'unfortunately we didn't only look like West Ham we played like them too and got tonked 7-1'.

I rang him and had a bit of a dig and he texted me after with 'I've got a feeling I'm going to regret that Facebook post come the end of Saturday'.

I texted back 'no mate you'll probably be okay as your lot will enjoy the novelty of playing in a full stadium'.


I've waited YEARS to say that. How many Tottingham cunts did you hear say 'you'll never fill that stadium' between the time we were told we were moving there and actually moving there?

Now (and to their amazement considering they seem to think they're Real Madrid) they can't fill Wembley you'd think they'd know by now that West Ham supporters have long, long memories.

flamengo 9:06 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
My first one was the 3-0 in 1983, and Cottee's first goal:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipuxn1x6GM8
Coming over from Canada for Saturday's game. Cannot wait.

steveiron64 9:05 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
The 4-1 away was ecstasy. Morley with a couple, I think.

steveiron64 9:04 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
4-3 in the pouring rain. Another 15 mins of that downpour before k.o and we might have lost the fixture.

Terrific night.

lab 8:40 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Getting punched quite a lot .

bigfrank 8:34 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Lasagna-gate, also the 2-1 defeat carlton cole scored a worldy past cudicini and then gave a sloppy pass for defoe to score, after we had it out with them outside mile end station, two days later millwall. Thise were the days

wanstead_hammer 8:23 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Athletico Easthamico 3:54
The last eastender 6:37

(plus most of the others of course).

bish bash bosh 8:19 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
my first memory at Upton Park was the debut of Tony cottee.smashed them 3-0..remember Brian moore interviewing him on the big match that night and my dad letting me stay up and watch it. I think the following year we smashed them again 4-1 with ray Stewart scoring a scorcher from a ridiculous angle..there was a few yids sitting in the east stand and they was getting grief.

Bromley Reject 7:39 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
I remember the "Bond Scheme" 2-1. IIRC, Mr fucking Gary boy-next-door Lineker starting a punch up after someone had up-ended Gordon Durie. I always thought he was a bit of a wanker before but that instance confirmed it for me.

And Mike Small, jesus, "West Ham's answer to Steve Bull" What a fucking endorsement that was.

the last eastender 6:37 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Spurs behind an escort outside the ground quiet as mice.

Aalborg Hammer 6:32 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
April 1972 and Ade Coker scored first followed by Sir Trev lobbing Jennings at the South Bank end..happy days - I was with two schoolmates who happened to be Spurs fans...in the North Bank

Pee Wee 6:15 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
The 3-4 in the Great Escape year was a great game and I think was the turning point of our season.

Never before or since have I come away from a game we have lost - especially to the Red Sea pedestrians - where I have felt so positive.


Players showed real fight, fans got behind them to the bitter end, Tevez got off the mark, Nigel Quashie got injured. Everything just came together that night and Curbishley superbly used that as a springboard to survival.

Swiss. 6:13 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Yeah the Tevez 3-4 loss will always haunt me.

Northern Sold 5:55 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
Yeah I was on TV for one of them... hanging from the cage after Hilton scored... I ripped my leather bomber...

Eggbert Nobacon 5:54 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
just looked we had 2 home games with them in the 70's on Boxing Day

The ones I was thinking of were in the 80's when we played 3 games at White Hart Lane Boxing Day


Nothing in the last 31 years tough

Eggbert Nobacon 5:52 Wed Sep 20
Re: Your memories of Spurs at home?
always remember the Boxing day games as being over there

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