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Bristol City 1-1 West Ham United (Bristol City Fan’s Perspective)

Bristol City moved within touching distance of remaining in the Championship after a hard fought draw at home to West Ham. Cole Skuse cancelled out James Tomkins’ opener to earn City a much needed point with Coventry losing at home to Millwall. The Robins extended their unbeaten run to six games and now need just a point from their final ... Read More »

Match Report: Burnley 2-2 West Ham (West Ham Fan’s Perspective)

West Ham picked up a fifth successive draw, in a game that in hindsight they will feel they ought to have won. With Southampton and Reading both picking up wins, the gap is now four points between the Hammers and automatic promotion. The game started brightly for the away side. Within the first ten minutes Carlton Cole got an opportunity to take ... Read More »

Match Report: West Ham 1-1 Middlesbrough (Boro Fan’s Perspective)

A late equaliser from Nigerian substitute Bart Ogbeche salvaged a point for Middlesbrough at Upton Park to keep their play-off hopes alive. Boro made two changes to the side that lost at Birmingham at the weekend, with Richard Smallwood and Marvin Emnes starting in place of Julio Arca and Tony McMahon who dropped to the bench. Before the game both ... Read More »

Match Report: Leeds United 1-1 West Ham United (Leeds Fan’s Perspective)

Leeds United have experienced something of a boost since the introduction of Neil Warnock last month. Having said that, one win in four games isn’t the sort of record a promotion chasing team should settle for. Unfortunately, league wins don’t come much trickier to find than against West Ham United. Despite earning a last minute point against the Hammers at ... Read More »

Match Report: Cardiff City 0-2 West Ham United (Cardiff Fan’s Perspective)

Goals from Kevin Nolan and George McCartney gave West Ham United a 2-0 win away at Carling Cup runners up Cardiff City to keep up the pressure on league leaders Southampton, whilst Cardiff drop out of the play-off positions for the first time since November. Cardiff started this game with only one change from the eleven that performed heroics at Wembley ... Read More »

Molineux Ins And Outs – Transfer Window Review

It’s been a disappointingly inactive window for Wolves fans and another reason for the anti-McCarthy clerics to take to their preaching pulpits As I wrote at the start of the window (see ‘Has the Window Closed on Wolves?’), we were unrealistic to expect miracles this month. Unfortunately, as is always the case with football, other factors compound our misery. The ... Read More »

Match Report: Bristol City 0-0 Nottingham Forest (Bristol City Fan’s Perspective)

Bristol City and Nottingham Forest shared the spoils in a cagey affair at Ashton Gate which lacked attacking quality. In an evenly contested match that consisted of few chances for both sides, a man of the match performance from David James kept Forest vitally at bay in a match where it was evident neither could afford to lose. Lewin Nyatanga ... Read More »

Match Report: Derby County 2-1 Bristol City (City Fan’s Perspective)

Lacklustre City suffer defeat at Pride Park Bristol City fell to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Derby County after a disappointing performance on a cold afternoon in the East Midlands. Martyn Woolford’s first goal for the Robins on the 56 minute mark was cancelled out by Craig Bryson before Callum Ball scored the winner 17 minutes from time. ... Read More »

If Forest back Steve McClaren, he may ignite those flickering embers

As Nottingham Forest prepare for the dawn of a new Npower Championship this Saturday, there is one thing that is tormenting the minds of many reds fans along the River Trent. That vexation is of course, whether or not the once proclaimed “Wally with a Brolly” will be given the players needed to complete his latest mission, and guide Forest ... Read More »

False hope? Or a real time of optimism?

Prior to the sacking of Billy Davies, there was two weeks of silence from the club. The thought of players wanting to sign for Forest seemed a rather distant possibility. Now, after a week or so of McClaren attempting to get his backroom staff together (no concrete success as yet regarding an assistant manager being appointed, just circulating rumours about ... Read More »

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