Millwall 0 West Ham Utd 0 (17/09/11)

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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Pop Robson on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:38 am

Pocket Pardew wrote:So can those who went to the game confirm that Faubert had a decent game? There was a hell of a lot of people on here earlier listening to the radio and slagging him right off. I think it was because his name wasn't mentioned enough!


Yes, his best game ever in a West Ham shirt and normally I think he is sh*t, although he still can't cross the ball ! Made Nolan look the fat bloke down the pub making up the numbers
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby the pink palermo on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:38 am

MD_HM wrote:6 games unbeaten, another away clean sheet...

Given the game a point is not a bad result...


Agreed .

I'll post tomorrow when I've had a kip in terms of our performance, but 1 point away from home is ok .
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Billydinho on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:45 am

**** weather, **** ground, **** fans, **** part of the country, **** game (by all accounts)...glad I spent my day at Newbury racecourse.

Can we get over Millwall please? They're just jealous caravan dwellers who we won't play again in that pikey ****hole for a long time.

Saying that, I said I would be happy with a draw. This was their cup final remember...
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby the pink palermo on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:47 am

Scanned a couple of other threads quickly and people ( visitors to the site ) are getting stuck into our support today ?

:lol:

Their biggest gate of the season so far, or by the end , and they were there for the West Ham - as were our lads .

Nowt wrong with our support today .
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby ParisTheHammer on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:50 am

For anyone who want's it the full radio broadcast of game

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r-4uyqk80M
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Hammer Matty on Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:58 am

ParisTheHammer wrote:For anyone who want's it the full radio broadcast of game

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r-4uyqk80M" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


I would like to state that 50% of that at least, is talking about isotonic drinks :lol:
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby ParisTheHammer on Sun Sep 18, 2011 1:13 am

Hammer Matty wrote:I would like to state that 50% of that at least, is talking about isotonic drinks

:lol: Had complaints that they were talking to much about it when play was stopped.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby UpminsterBridgeAmmer on Sun Sep 18, 2011 1:28 am

So much for being such a scary place to go to. I've never felt safer in all my life. Police were always going to be on key. Will be a different story, I suspect, at UP however.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby MarshyWHU on Sun Sep 18, 2011 2:54 am

Can't wait for the home fixture, different kettle of fish and deep down they know it :twisted:
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby bristolhammerfc on Sun Sep 18, 2011 7:18 am

Decent result at a crap ground with the cast of my big fat Millwall wedding supporting the home side.

Meanwhile on the Internet, loads of kids who have watched Green St and The Firm (not even the original) eagerly awaiting it all to go off. It worries me a bit that some kids can't disassociate from the Movies. I watched Escape to Victory last week, but don't expect Sly Stallone to be selected ahead of Green when we next play Germany :?

Thought we did a job today. As a premiership unit last season we would have lost a game like that.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Major on Sun Sep 18, 2011 7:29 am

In true in-betweeners fashion

Radio ****ers!!!! :lol:

I love reading all the opinions how bad the commentators are then you get Puff larging it up about his predictions based on what he is hearing.... its classic. Its nearly as funny as the moron with specialist coach contacts who lives in South America!!! It just emphasises my opinion around being there....

anyway in summary:

Faubert was one of our best players
Is Carew injured? the second half was crying out for him
Looked like we should have had Tomkins straight off, didnt look like an injury that you could run off, hope the damage is not to bad as we will miss him.
We were disappointing (fans)
The old bill looked far less intimidating in their little blue hats Bwahahahahaha
The only real Wall faces i saw were about 3 hours after the game (all the others were about 10 yrs old)
The faces of the Chinese tourists at London Bridge were a picture
We got what we deserved

Onwards and upwards
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby morrisey is a hammer on Sun Sep 18, 2011 7:39 am

bristolhammerfc wrote:Decent result at a crap ground with the cast of my big fat Millwall wedding supporting the home side.

Meanwhile on the Internet, loads of kids who have watched Green St and The Firm (not even the original) eagerly awaiting it all to go off. It worries me a bit that some kids can't disassociate from the Movies. I watched Escape to Victory last week, but don't expect Sly Stallone to be selected ahead of Green when we next play Germany :?

Thought we did a job today. As a premiership unit last season we would have lost a game like that.

thats just silly...................... He couldn't his american.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby szola on Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:13 am

Carew is not injured.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby smuts on Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:55 am

Having seen the Bentley miss it wasn't as bad as made out......the guy dived in and he had to snatch at it.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby AlfieG on Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:38 am

szola wrote:Carew is not injured.


He was a rubber dub.......
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby prophet:marginal on Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:57 am

the pink palermo wrote:Scanned a couple of other threads quickly and people ( visitors to the site ) are getting stuck into our support today ?

:lol:

Their biggest gate of the season so far, or by the end , and they were there for the West Ham - as were our lads .

Nowt wrong with our support today .


16000 is apparently a sell out.

Such a muggy little club, I really can't see why they're considered to be so important. Is it because I have no 'docking' links in past generations? Serious question.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Puff Daddy on Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:02 am

bristolhammerfc wrote:Decent result at a crap ground with the cast of my big fat Millwall wedding supporting the home side.

Meanwhile on the Internet, loads of kids who have watched Green St and The Firm (not even the original) eagerly awaiting it all to go off. It worries me a bit that some kids can't disassociate from the Movies. I watched Escape to Victory last week, but don't expect Sly Stallone to be selected ahead of Green when we next play Germany :?

Thought we did a job today. As a premiership unit last season we would have lost a game like that.


With Grant as manager, you could count on it
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby Mad Professor on Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:04 am

bristolhammerfc wrote:Thought we did a job today. As a premiership unit last season we would have lost a game like that.


Having first gone two goals up!
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby cockney farmer on Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:11 am

PM, I would suspect that many would not have docking issues anymore , the rivalry from those days perpetuated throughout the 70s & 80s annd the very fact that games between the two have been relatively rare recently has given them a bit more spice (oh and the ridiculous over hype by the media) .

As some have already observed we have more in common with their values then some would care to admit.

We now need to get on with business as usual starting with PBoro.
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Re: Millwall v West Ham Utd: match thread

Postby the pink palermo on Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:18 am

Overall , I'm glad this fixture is out of the way .Listening to 6 weeks to Millwall or whatever at other games is tedious : they are punching way above their weight in terms of importance .

The game was far from a classic with neither keeper really having to earn their corn, it was typical huff and puff derby football , long on sweat and short on skill .For long periods in the first half our midfield didn't look capable of putting their feet on the ball , whilst at the back Joey O'Brien was targeted relentlessly , and was clearly rattled for around 20 minutes .In fairness he regained his composure at half time and had a much better second half . Matty Taylor had an extremely quiet match, producing little of note and was rightly substituted , but it was the same old problem of a huge gap between Carlton and any supporting player for much of the game that made us look out of sorts .The switch to 4-4-2 when Baldock came out gave some relief in this respect .

Faubert for me was MotM , but even he rarely delivered a final ball of any quality , and Faye stood strong at the back , making one or two key challanges .

We got the point , which in old money would be acceptable : draw away, win at home , averaging 2 points a game and you'll get promoted , and we are on track for that .However we shouldn't be too suprised to see the top third of the table stuffed with sides with similar ambitions .

To that end, I'm not sure we can continue with the bizarre experiment of playing with 10 men most weeks .
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