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Point 6 about Stanislas. He scores a goal at his home ground. He then runs to the STBL, which is usually where the home supporters are. He spots that it is full of Millwall, about turns then goes to celebrate with the West Ham fans.
How the **** is that incitement?
It's just another item to the countless other stories made by our sensationalised lawless media with no real scope or grasp of the situation.
no problem mate a mickey mouser hammer
There WAS trouble v Napoli and Spuds. Mainly before the games but there was trouble.
Re; Stanislas , his celebrations were a little OTT but maybe excused if he too was racially abused and or responding to Carltons stick?
MAIL ON SUNDAY: Portsmouth are looking to ease their cash troubles by selling off star England goalkeeper David James. It reports that Spurs, Sunderland and Stoke are interested in signing the England international who could leave for £1.5m.
MIRROR: Manchester United have failed to sign midfielder Stephen Ireland from rivals Manchester City. Blues boss Mark Hughes rejected the shock move adding he would not sell the current Man City player of the year at any price.
NEWS OF THE WORLD: England captain John Terry has committed himself to Chelsea after signing a five-year contract worth £40m. The newspaper reports that he is set to earn £160,000 per week until he reaches the age of 33.
THE PEOPLE: Manchester City club captain Richard Dunne's proposed move to Aston Villa for £6m is in jeopardy as he is holding out for a "golden goodbye" from the Blues to pay off the remaining three years of his contract.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY: Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp has hailed Wilson Palacios as the unlikely hero who has taken his team to the dizzy heights of the Premier League table. The ex-Portsmouth manager claims the £12m he paid for the Honduran international has been worth every penny.
SUNDAY TIMES: Former Chelsea striker Adrian Mutu could be forced to quit football if he fails to pay a drugs fine. The Fiorentina forward faces a worldwide ban from Fifa if he fails to pay £15m to the Blues ordered by the Court of Arbitration for breach of contract after failing a drugs test in 2004.
THE OBSERVER: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who was sent off during the closing stages of his team's 2-1 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, has hit out at Uefa over its stance against diving. The Frenchman is angry that the organisation is charging Arsenal star Eduardo for allegedly diving during the recent Celtic match - a charge that Wenger denies.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Carson Yeung's proposed takeover of Birmingham City is in jeopardy. The Premier League may rule against the move after its rules on club ownership were tightened. Yeung and Polyanna Chi, whose company Kingston Securities has underwritten the bid, have been found guilty of malpractice by Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: England could be set make history by naming three players with the same surname in their team. West Ham Striker Carlton Cole is expected to be included alongside Chelsea pair Ashley Cole and Joe Cole.
First and foremost may I just announce that Michael Calvin = HELMET.
Now thats out of the way I shall move on to two of his questions that "MUST" be answered.
Question 5 - No, because he hasnt. If he does actually hate Millwall is he not allowed to express his opinion!? If not then why not?
Question 6 - No, because its a waste of time as he didnt actually incite anything. Apart from mad celebrations from West Ham fans. Fatty Frank does the same thing everytime he comes to the our ground and scores. No one has ever even questioned whether or not to charge that fat ****er with incitement. He celebrated a goal that started off in the area where Milwall fans had been giving our players racial abuse. They got what they had coming to them.
Honestly, I ****ing hate what football is becoming. A poxy sport for ********s like the above, who would rather we all sat there in silence and then clapped politely when our team scored.
Hoiw very dare Stanislas celebrate scoring one of the most important goals he's ever scored in his career.
How dare West Ham fans profess their hate for all things millwall and their technical director to join in the fun
When the day finally comes that no nothing ****ers like this completely get their way with football I will never go to another game again. **** me its absolutely ****ing **** nowadays.
Can't say I'm happy to see a player break his leg, serious injury for a player.
He'll be a big loss for spurs, but I cant see us coming above them anyway so it matters little to me. Besides I'd say Palacios is the key to their team.
I dont think much of tottenhams defence with out King, they rely on him so much.
They keep conceding goals, they are not going to be able to keep this form up in my eyes.
They have had alot of luck against us and getting a goal in the 93rd min.
it will run out soon enough.
It's just a matter of time until the wheels fall off of their campaign. Just wait and see !
Really, does he?? seems to only cover the anti-West Ham angle
Brilliant, what a legend!! I can just picture it now
West Ham set to up the ante to secure deal
Gianfranco Zola has conceded that he is still keen to land Marouane Chamakh, despite Friday's arrival of Alessandro Diamanti from Livorno.
The Hammers expressed an interest in the Bordeaux striker a few weeks ago and why a reported £7.5m fee was accepted by the French side, the Moroccan decided to turn down their advances and claimed that he will happily see out the last year of his contract with the current Ligue 1 champions.
West Ham have clearly not been deterred and according to manager Gianfranco Zola they intend to do everything they can to land him before the end of the transfer window.
Zola said: "Chamakh is a player we're interested in. We're trying everything we can."
According to reports in the People, the Hammers are prepared to offer the Moroccan £2.6m a year, after tax, in an attempts to force the move.
Zola confirms Collins interest
Villa step up pursuit of Hammers defender
West Ham United boss Gianfranco Zola has confirmed Aston Villa have shown an interest in signing James Collins.
The Wales international has been tracked by Stoke City in recent weeks, with Tony Pulis having been hopeful of luring the defender to the Britannia Stadium.
However, Villa have now emerged as favourites to sign Collins in a £5million deal before the close of the transfer window on Tuesday.
Collins' performance in Saturday's 0-0 draw at Blackburn Rovers was praised by Zola, who also admitted the centre-half could be leaving West Ham.
"James was really good, to be honest," said Zola. "He played a good game.
"Considering the rumours around him, his concentration is 100 per cent spot on.
"Villa have said they are interested in him, so we'll see what happens."
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