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We Won!


Filed: Saturday, 19th May 2012
By: Staff Writer No.2


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by Paul (Canning Town)
08:57AM 20th May 2012
''Does anyone know if we are having a victory parade and when it may be?''

by BigPete
08:37AM 20th May 2012
''Nuff said, staff writer #2...WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, SAY WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE!''

by Stoyan Deckoff
07:54AM 20th May 2012
''Best article I've read in a while :)''

by Mark Stratton
03:32AM 20th May 2012
''Nuff said!!''

by Anon
01:02AM 20th May 2012
''Oh yes!''

by chris
10:11PM 19th May 2012
''Christmas has come early. West Ham back in th PL and Tottenham still do not get to play in the Champions League...''

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