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a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
71%
  
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8%
  
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12%
  
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6%
  
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3%
  



Rossal 11:16 Wed Oct 4
Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Nice article, could probably do a decent book too

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4945766/Anton-Ferdinand-no-club-England-wanted-touch-me.html

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, 10:49 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Good luck to the bloke. The wisdom he displays now he could have done with ten years ago. He was pretty good but not up to the standard required these days for a PL centre back regular.

The big question to me is will he become a professional boxer.

brick_lane_batty_boy 9:28 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
"You could light a Bunsen burner under his big toe and he still wouldn't sense danger"

Never a truer word said.

Seems like a nice guy - pony player.

Rossal 9:27 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
I liked Anton

Was a good premier league CB, one of our own and seemed to genuinly love the club

He should of stayed and had him and Tomkins at the back for years

Sven Roeder 8:03 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Rio Gavin Ferdinand
Anton Julian Ferdinand

S'pose it beats
Nigel Gavin Ferdinand
Julian Sandy Ferdinand

gph 2:03 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
How he got a shit name like Anton?

From parents who could spot a cool name like Rio, too...

PS to anyone who knows me - I know how I got my shit names...

joe royal 12:45 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
If he did write a book there is only one bit that we would all want to read about.

Eerie Descent 12:38 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Keep convincing yourself, baldy.

Vexed 12:30 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Eerie Descent 9:44 Wed Oct 4

BWAHAHAHA! I win again.

WHUDeano 12:20 Thu Oct 5
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Decent player was Anton, on a par with Tomkins (also an under rated player).

As West Ham fans we haven't had a great deal to get excited about over the last 35 years, the Gabbidon / Anton partnership was very good and saw us almost win the FA Cup. Rio and the rest of our golden generation never came close to that unfortunately.

Roby 11:01 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Anton was a more than decent player for us.

17 England U21 caps suggest he was better than some of the comments on here and he'd played 230 league games, almost all in the Premier League, by the age of 25.

The racism affair with John Terry affected him I think as after that he went chasing the money in Turkey and Thailand and slipped down the leagues.

He always spoke well of us as a club and would always run over and clap the fans in the Chav Corner.

I liked him and thought he did well for us.

Gentile 10:48 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Sittingbourne?

Gazza_AZ 10:11 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Here - hes slagging off Sittingbourne ? Whats that all about

Serious Drinking 10:08 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
I remember him being in with our away fans at Stamford Bridge.. he was down at half time in the concourse amongst the fans. I think he was injured or suspended at the time, so came to watch the match with us. I liked Anton and that was a period of time where I really enjoyed going to West Ham

Eerie Descent 9:44 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Vexed 8:07 Wed Oct 4

You had a look into how Nordveit is doing at the moment? I suppose not, considering looking into stuff isn't your forte, as a quick Google search will show nothing regarding me slagging off Obiang, but plenty from you slagging off Obiang.

And if you asked a proper West Ham fan who is better out of Tomkins and Anton, they would to a man tell you Tomkins every single time. But you're not actually a proper West Ham fan, you have never been to a game and you mock people that do go to games, and the truth is you have to be a proper, PROPER sad cunt to not go to West Ham games, yet spend half your life posting on a West Ham messageboard.

You might as well kill yourself. Not because of the above, but because you live in Sittingbourne with no chance of ever being in a position to leave.

pdbis 9:40 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Big burden trying to follow his brother.

Sven Roeder 9:29 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Sunderland gave us £8m for Anton and £6m for George McCartney and Curbishley resigned in protest.

Even he probably sees the funny side now

gph 8:43 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
There is plenty of space between "not being as good as Rio" and "rubbish".

Anton fits nicely in the gap, with plenty of room on both sides.

Vexed 8:07 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
He was about as good as Tomkins was. Quite average.

Not a surprise to see that Eerie didn't spot that. Let's sell Obiang and keep rolls royce Nordtveit yeah?! Driiiibble.

Animal 7:56 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Lucked out through his name?

Around 150 appearances for West ham, 100 in the premiership would suggest that maybe he could play a bit too.

Decent Pro

Eerie Descent 7:36 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
Defenders supposedly get better with age. He lucked out through his name, and soon got found out.

I'm still laughing at the clown who thinks he's had a hard life, the man won the lottery given his clear lack of talent for the top level.

El Scorchio 6:12 Wed Oct 4
Re: Anton Ferdinand in the daily mail
madeeasy 5:41

Was it Repka's last?

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