I sat in the AW Stand, Row 30, basically at midfield. It was great. The pole didn’t bother me at all, because I grew up at Fenway Park and Boston Garden. The folks around me were great. I was close enough to the traveling supporters to know they were pretty funny too. They had just started the “We’re winning away” chant before BAM! the free kick goal. It was great to be in the middle of that celebration. And the celebration at the end was crazy!Oh yeah! That’s the game you were at! Wow you picked a good one for sure. The atmosphere looked and sounded even better than usual. That place can kind of suck you in, huh? So glad you were there for that. Now we just have to get you supporting Palace against the Reds
Did you stop at any of the local pubs nearby? Oh and where did you sit?
And Chelsea were explicit in denying rumors of trying to pry RDZ away...Brighton got goals from an 18-year-old and a 19-year-old. Loved Enciso's overwhelmed reaction to scoring his first in the PL, and his teammates seemed genuinely thrilled for him too. And the Ferguson goal was just sublime.
BHA sitting sixth, four points behind Spurs in fourth with two games in hand, and visiting Kane & Co. on Saturday. Bring it.
Ordinarily I'd say that it's too late in the season for a change to help, but they were terrible today. I think Newcastle would have kept playing for another 6 hours, they were running up the pitch like a pack of dogs after the scent of raw meat. West Ham looked like they wanted to start crying.So with today's embarrassment....
Moyes has won 14 of his last 55 PL matches.....and still not sacked. Remarkable leash.
I rarely say this but there were points in the match, in the second half where it was not a comfy watch. I felt bad for the Hammers and the fans. That big ass stadium has a strange noise when the fans aren't cheering, like the players have been left alone to do their shitty thing. even the boos at the end were muted cos half the fans had buggered off already. I listned to the 10Pm Talk Sport phone in and the Hammers fans who called in where going ballistic, some of them so angry they could hardly get their words out. It's not always about the result, their performance yesterday was troubling, flat, lacking any belief. They tried, you could see they were trying but it reminded me of when my old cat bit me and i felt his teeth loosening cos he was so old he''d lost any power in his bite.Ordinarily I'd say that it's too late in the season for a change to help, but they were terrible today. I think Newcastle would have kept playing for another 6 hours, they were running up the pitch like a pack of dogs after the scent of raw meat. West Ham looked like they wanted to start crying.