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I officially hate the Ricoh Arena now, absolute woeful at home and we aren’t going to improve, home form is shocking and I can see Colchester and Hartlepool to beat us in the next few weeks, rubbish at home. How can we expect to win a game when we sit so deep. Credit to Swindon, deserved the win and battered us throughout, best team at the Ricoh this season, great support to. I don’t think we can get play offs now, the home form is dreadful. Oh and what about …

 

Being a West Ham fan, I have witnessed many great and not so great players over the years. By far the most iconic to have graced the Upton Park turf in recent years has to be the flamboyant Italian, Paolo Di Canio. His famous goals against Manchester United in the FA Cup and Wimbledon in the league are testament to the skills he possessed as a player. Also, voiced by the majority of West Ham fans, his loyalty to the club in times of struggle and his decision to stay with us …

By Patrick Gleeson
League One new boys Swindon Town secured their spot in the second round of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night, after strolling past Brighton and Hove Albion at The County Ground.
Before the game, the cameras focused on Town manager Paolo Di Canio and Seagulls boss Gus Poyet, as two of the greatest players ever to grace The Premiership went head to head in a battle of tactics. However, despite all the flair that was on show from the fiery Italian and the opinionated man from Uruguay, it was reserved …

“We were always in control of the game.” These were the words of the very disappointed Gillingham manager Mark Stimson, as his side conceded a late equaliser to give Swindon Town a share of the spoils at the KRBS Priestfield Stadium.
It was a crucial match for the Gills, as they needed to avoid defeat and hope Cheltenham Town lost to give them any hope of staying up. And the Gills got off to the perfect start when Garry Richards scored in the 2nd minute.  But after leading for 86 minutes, the Gills …