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Feb 092011

Breaking News…West Ham have won the Olympic Stadium bid.

The Olympic Park Legacy Company board have decided to approve West Ham’s bid and is expected to announce the decision on Friday. The Government and Boris Johnson will then have to make the final decision based on the OPLC decision.

The ComRes Phone poll also suggests that a whopping 72% of the London voters voted in favour of West Hams bid, with a mere 13% voting to support Spurs. The remaining 15% presumably was voted in favour of the original plans to redevelop the stadium into an athletics-only venue.

Personally this is good news, as it may force us to seek other options in North London, if not find a new way to redevelop the NDP. What are your views on the decision?

Written by Davyid

Jul 182010

The date was 4th March 2007, the venue was Upton Park. It was relegation bound West Ham v Spurs and if you remember this match you will also remember the feeling of what you had just witnessed after 90 mins or should I say after 95 mins.

You will remember it was March and the Hammers were rooted to the bottom of the table by 10 points, it looked as though they were destined for the drop. Carlo Tevez had yet to score a goal all season long. Tottenham on the other hand after a slow start to the season managed to finish 5th.

The video you are about to witness I made myself for you guys, this game stuck in my memory and I couldn’t find the goals anywhere so I bought the video so you better appreciate my efforts lol.

I remember when Stalteri scored the winner and the buzz I had running through my body was unbelievable. The match was over 3 years ago now but it is a match I have never forgotten and some of you have probably looked for highlights yourself but most have been removed so enjoy this while you can. My favourite score in football is a good old 4-3 that is in the balance for the whole 90 mins and swings both ways, you just can’t beat ’em

Stalteri sinks the Hammers