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this page is for all the west ham united supporters....so if ur a true loyal irons supporter become a grupie nd if u wanna b a band memba just ask nd i may add ya lol!nd I.C.F 4 life!

oh north london(oh north london)is full ov shit(is full ov shit),oh north london is full ov shit,its full ov shit,shit and more shit oh norh london is full ov shit

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  • Bye pards

    statement from pards!

    "I am proud of my achievements at West Ham United. When I took the helm they were in the Championship and struggling to find direction. In two consecutive seasons we qualified for the Play-Off final, ultimately achieving the Premiership status the club so richly deserve.

    "I am also proud of our first season back in the top flight in which we finished ninth and came so close to winning the FA Cup. The supporters have stood by me and I will always cherish memories of their support and loyalty during the difficulties of this season.

    "I would like to thank them from the bottom of my heart. They really are a special set of fans.

    "I am proud most of all of the players, many of whom have developed into top Premiership performers under the tutelage of myself and my backroom staff.

    "The coaching and medical staff at Upton Park are second to none and I want to wish the new Chairman, Eggert Magnusson, and the Club every success for the future."

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    ne1 dat knows how 2 make skinz nd supports the hammers could ya b kind enuf 2 make a west ham skin 4 dis page plz!thnx

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  • Pards (oh nd if ur wonderin bout redknapp i just knt b botherd, Roeder,well i dnt wana bring him up)

    Alan Pardew was the eventual replacement for Roeder, following Brooking's second brief stint as caretaker manager. Pardew was head hunted by West Ham and given the objective of promotion back to the FA Premier League, within two seasons. He achieved this by the playoffs, finishing sixth in the Championship at the end of the 2004-05 season, the last place available to qualify for the playoff games. Having beaten Ipswich Town over two legs to qualify for the final at the Millennium Stadium, they achieved their aim with a 1-0 win against Preston, Bobby Zamora the scorer of the only goal of the game in the second half. Following promotion, the club have finished 9th in the 2005-06 season, as Alan Pardew's men occupy a top-half place in the Premiership. And following a 3-1 home defeat by Chelsea, West Ham embarked on their best sequence of results for twenty years, winning seven games in a row in all competitions (five in the league and two in the FA Cup). The 3-2 win away to Arsenal on February 1st, on West Ham's last visit to Highbury Stadium, was the most noteworthy victory during this run, with the Hammers recording their first win over Arsenal at their stadium since 1995,and was also makes west ham the last team to beat Arsenal at Highbury.

    However Alan Pardew fielded a weakened team in that game in preparation for the FA Cup replay against Bolton again, where they won 2-1 with a Marlon Harewood winner. They then played. the Hammers then beat Manchester City 2-1 to reach the FA Cup semi-finals. On Sunday 23rd April, less than a week following a loss to Middlesbrough in a league fixture, West Ham defeated them 1-0 at Villa Park in the FA Cup semi, with Marlon Harewood scoring the goal that sent the Hammers through to their first FA Cup final since they beat Arsenal in 1980. This also secured the Hammers a place in the 2006-07 UEFA Cup, west ham played Liverpool in the final, Cup final saw Liverpool beat the Irons on penalties after full time and extra time it was 3-3. West Ham won their final game of the season 2-1 over arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur, cementing 9th place in the Premier League. Tottenham's loss to West Ham on the final day would result in Tottenham being overtaken in the league by Arsenal and therefore missing out on a Champions League place. The match was marred by controversy as many of the Tottenham players were ill on the evening before the match; this was initially believed to be "food poisoning", but was later found to be a virus that had gone round. The FA offered Tottenham a delayed kickoff which they refused. Tottenham ended up getting outplayed by their superior East London rivals and lost the match by a final score of 2-1.


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