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Heating up at West Ham:
http://www.dailymail...vade-pitch.html
Some might argue that they were just trying to get closer to the action, as the new ground is cavernous.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Heating up at West Ham:
http://www.dailymail...vade-pitch.html

Some might argue that they were just trying to get closer to the action, as the new ground is cavernous.


What are they so mad about? It's not like they had any shot at winning the title anyway since it's always the same few teams. As long as they don't get regulated it's just another pointless season as usual in the EPL for them.

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As long as they don't get regulated ...


TG there is no regulation in MLS.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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West Ham fans need to be a little more realistic about their team, because West Ham United only exists so teams like Chelsea and ManU have someone to play on off-weeks during the PL season. They are kind of like Philadelphia in MLS.
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What are they so mad about? It's not like they had any shot at winning the title anyway since it's always the same few teams. As long as they don't get regulated it's just another pointless season as usual in the EPL for them.

Leicester City?

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Leicester City?


Is one random year really a good representation that the same teams don't win every single year?

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The pitch invasions are over the top and no rational human being should ever do that, but they have a right to be pissed off. They were sniffing the top 5 just a couple seasons ago. Now, they dont have the quality or means to do that consistently, but they certainly shouldnt be relegation fodder. This coinciding with their recent leave of Upton Park also doesnt help matters. I certainly would be upset if my club left an intimate stadium, like Upton, to play in cavern where theres room to play an entirely separate game between the endline and the stands.

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