"Everton are a very strong side. They make it difficult and work ever so hard. They were sharper and more physical than us," the Hammers boss reported.
"We know what we are up against tomorrow when they come back here. Their players were going up with their arms, getting us off balance, getting their bodies across us."
What ridiculous comments. We probably have the smallest team in the Prem after Arsenal. It seems as though every time we beat a team who have delusions about how good they are (all the media hyped London teams, Liverpool and Newcastle) their manager spouts the same shite, 'over physical' 'fouling our players' 'the referee was at fault', etc... it's pathetic.
I so hope we turn them over again with our fluid, crisp, fast flowing football. Come on boys let's ram those comments back down their throats. KEIOC.
Lee Penswick, Posted 14/12/2007 at 11:24:14
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1 Posted 14/12/2007 at 12:14:55
We keep doing well and everyone is trying to figure out how to stop us.
keep ’em guessing Moyesy.........
2 Posted 14/12/2007 at 12:28:51
3 Posted 14/12/2007 at 12:28:53
A friend of mine hate him for years for having what he called his ’small club syndrome’
His other bleatings this week about ’not getting credit’ for keeping West Ham up were typical.
Of course, it was only West Ham that that serial non-giver of decisions, Mark Halsey, denied. Lucas Neill, that thuggish full back, was perfect with his challenges all night wasn’t he Curbs?
Let’s hope we hear more of his misplaced bleatings tomorrow.
4 Posted 14/12/2007 at 12:25:56
5 Posted 14/12/2007 at 12:43:51
I think we will beat them again, can’t see them beating us. Bring um on, Solano is their best player, says it all, old man.
6 Posted 14/12/2007 at 13:12:48
What’s wrong with that?
7 Posted 14/12/2007 at 13:08:12
8 Posted 14/12/2007 at 13:23:22
i used to be a big admirer of him, liked the way he went about business, but since he left Charlton he?s gone off on one. Maybe he should have stayed at Charlton all his career, he just looks so small these days.
Reminds me of the Salesman on the Simpsons, Old Gill. Bit pathetic like and always a day away from the sack.
9 Posted 14/12/2007 at 13:31:43
10 Posted 14/12/2007 at 13:56:22
11 Posted 14/12/2007 at 14:05:33
Except for the free-sheet Metro found on the buses here in Manchester - their very brief report managed to put Leon’s goal down as ’deflected’, and no mention of a 10 pass move of course. As DM might have said, if the Arse had scored it they’d all be talking about it now.
12 Posted 14/12/2007 at 15:27:23
Its a great sign that smaller clubs like west ham are having to resort to this obvious pile of shite from thier overated cockney bellend of a manager who will be sacked before season is out when new chairman of hammers comes in.
13 Posted 14/12/2007 at 15:39:13
This report has his comments from that game - towards the bottom.
p.s. agree with Ajay - just trying to prime the ref!
14 Posted 14/12/2007 at 16:06:30
15 Posted 14/12/2007 at 16:22:34
Never mind Curbs; the man is a dick.
Anyway, we need a win tomorrow and that will be the best come-back Everton could offer that little git.
16 Posted 14/12/2007 at 16:47:52