Zola sacked.

kishman

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Zola

What a nice guy! Just saw his interview on MOTD, he was standing by Mancini and said that we are a really good team, and he thinks we're on the same level as Arsenal and Manchester United.

Wish him all the best.
 

3Dnata

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Good on him he deserves better than Wham.
Boa Morte really socked it to Sullivan and Gold and good for him for that, it'll probably cost him his place at Upton but so what?
 

DC_Boy

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well done Zola, that'll wind those hammers up even more :)

hope he stays as their manager - tho i reckon he's going
 

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Good on him he deserves better than Wham.
Boa Morte really socked it to Sullivan and Gold and good for him for that, it'll probably cost him his place at Upton but so what?
I enjoyed Boa Mortes interview, made a change from the dull cliches you normally get.

Zola is the nicest man in football, it says a lot that the guy is a legend at Chelsea, and manages West Ham, but you still can't dislike the guy.
 

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I enjoyed Boa Mortes interview, made a change from the dull cliches you normally get.

Zola is the nicest man in football, it says a lot that the guy is a legend at Chelsea, and manages West Ham, but you still can;t dislike the guy.
True dat.
 
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I think anyone would be mad to work with those two arseholes at West Ham. They are a couple of egotistical spivs making fortunes from sleaze.

I believe they want John Terry as player manager, as his profile fits their bill.
 

yozza

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Not many decent blokes at West Ham, but Zola is definately a cut above.
 
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