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Admiral Lard 2:59 Sun Jul 15
Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
To be honest I had forgotten we'd only loaned Snodgrass to Villa, now he is back in the fold.

Pellegrini has played him in both preseason fixtures to date, against Wycombe he showed all the failings of previous outings shying over when it seemed easier to score.

Does Robert stand a chance of making the cut in our much enlarged and improved squad or are we getting him fit to sell?

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normannomates 3:26 Wed Oct 3
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
absolute credit to the man.

pleased his graft is earning the supports respect

Bernie 12:13 Sun Sep 30
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Deserved his chance properly after how he was handled originally.

Pleased he's proving many people wrong. Love the fact the negative reaction he received last season doesnt seemed to have bothered him at all. A valuable squad player.

jakehammer 11:55 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
mike oxsaw. 9.37

what a great comparison with patsy holland, like 2 peas in a pod. hard workers, mostly overlooked. well said mike.

ray winstone 11:53 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Antonio needs to sign for Macclesfield.

Hammer and Pickle 11:48 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
We're not a selling club anymore.

I don't think much of the Daves, but I will thank them for this.

master 11:48 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
That 40 / 50 meter run he made chasing players down earnt his wages this week. Total admiration.

All the while Antonio stood and watched him having been on for 5 minutes.

Mad Dog 11:41 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Coming round to him. Fast.

Boycie 11:15 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
He left his mark on the game today he always going to force a mistake playing like that

angryprumphs 7:08 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Hammers1993 6:44 Sat Sep 29

Yeah that was brilliant, chased down there whole back line and then gave away the foul to slow up play. Great work ethic and handy from set pieces.

Alan Alan Devonshire 7:05 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I thought he was excellent when he came on. He really grafted and he is a great asset to the squad.

Sven Roeder 6:47 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
He harried that mediocrity Fred who didn’t like it and then came back and kicked him up in the air.
Great stuff. Thought Fred was going to cry

Hammers1993 6:44 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I tell you what, I really like Snodgrass. He isn't our best player but he puts in maximum effort, and as a West Ham fan that is all we ask for at times.

That spell in the game today where he ran and chased down their entire back line got him a standing ovation of applause from where I sat. Deservedly so. Keep it up Snodders. More than deserves the game time he is getting.

gph 4:58 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
He certainly seems to have found an eloquent way of telling Sullivan that he's a know-nothing idiot when it comes to football

solidbond 4:55 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
An asset to the squad.

medwayhammer1 4:41 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Im impressed the way he just comes on and gets on with it...put in a shift aswell. Seems like we finaly have a squad?

the exile 4:37 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Pelle seems to favour using him on the wings at present, but with Sanchez out and nothing much in reserve if we lose Obiang or Noble, he could have a role to play in midfield.

wurzel 4:26 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
SNODDERS

White Pony 11:28 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I've always liked him. Some idiots never took to him simply because he wasn't Payet.

Ronald_antly 10:29 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Mike Oxsaw 9:37 Sat Sep 29

Agreed.

Pat Holland was a no frills grafter, who copped a bucket load of shit from certain quarters.

I once witnessed some bloke abuse him, throughout the game, from the West Side.
He applauded when Holland got scythed down, but remained silent (arms folded) when Patsie scored the winner.
He ran to the Chicken Run, cupping his ear, so it clearly wasn't limited to our 'friend' in the West Side'.

Mike Oxsaw 9:37 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I like him. He's got a bit of the Patsy Holland's about him; gives his all but seems none too bothered about being in the shadow of more illustrious (/expensive) team mates (team MATES being the key).

Capitol Man 5:37 Sat Sep 29
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
With our midfielders dropping like flies he clearly has a role to play in the middle.

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