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West Ham United 3 - Wigan Athletic 1

Premier League

Upton Park

27/11/10 3pm

Attendance: 34,178

Referee: Mark Halsey

West Ham United
3 - 1
Wigan Athletic
Behrami 35, Obinna 57, Parker 76 mins
Cleverley 86 mins
Venue: Upton Park
Attendance: 34,178
The Teams
Robert Green
Ali Al-Habsi
Lars Jacobsen
Ronnie Stam
James Tomkins
Steve Gohouri
Matthew Upson
Steven Caldwell
Danny Gabbidon
Maynor Figueroa
Valon Behrami
Hendry Thomas
Pablo Barrera
Momo Diame
Scott Parker
Tom Cleverley
Junior Stanislas
Jordi Gomez
Frederic Piquionne
Charles N'Zogbia
Victor Obinna
Franco Di Santo
Radoslav Kovac
Mike Pollitt
Luis Boa Morte
Ben Watson
Zavon Hines
Callum McManaman
Winston Reid
Victor Moses
Ruud Boffin
Jordan Mustoe
Benni McCarthy
Mauro Boselli
Carlton Cole
James McArthur
Game Statistics
Goal Attempts
On Target
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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 27 2010

Time: 5:24PM

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Very poor display lads
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27/11/2010 17:25:00

I wonder what today's excuse will be? Something about key decisions and key moments of the game no doubt. And by Wednesday the players can't wait to put things right in the next match. Yawn... Getting very disillusioned with the whole thing I must say. And I don't just mean Latics, football in general. Not even watched Match of The Day for weeks.
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27/11/2010 17:47:00

Robero will take the positives from te game, but then again, if a sniper on the roof of the stand mowed down half of the team he would look for something positive to report. Martinez, Jones and Barrow....the 3 stooges, get rid of all three NOW, we are fast becoming he joke of the premiership. And please, none of the "look how far we have come" rubbish, it's begining to wear a bit thin.
Standish mon
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27/11/2010 20:33:00

Surely even Martinez can't find any positives from this one? Losing to the bottom club, Boselli - the new Aghahowa - missing a penalty, once again we don't look remotely "up" for the game... the one high spot was Cleverley's goal, but hey, come January and both he and Charlie Zog will more than likely be gone. Where does that leave us? The Championship, unless things pick up soon.
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27/11/2010 21:40:00

Soft goals were conceded by a team that lacks a solid core. West Ham were not three goals better than us and for a lot of the game we more than matched them. But if we have toothless forwards and a defence that allows teams to cut through them like a hot knife through butter - we deserve results such as this one.
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