Injury sidelines O'Brien

West Ham are likely to be without Joey O'Brien for up to 12 weeks after the defender picked up a shoulder injury during the 0-0 draw at Chelsea.

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metal (West Ham United) says...

Cool down Uncle Sam... Now please dont use the same tactics for next five games the way you did after Spurs match..

Posted 12:29pm 30th January 2014

fevriul (Chelsea) says...

Outwitted ?? His tactical genius was to stop Chelsea scoring from both open and set plays? as opposed to what? Fair play they blocked all night and their keeper had a good one, that's football, West Ham are in a relegation battle , every point counts, but for West Hams point of view they are going to need performances like that for the rest of the season. Chelsea onn the other hand will have the chance to put things right at the eithad.

Posted 10:09am 30th January 2014

cozens says...

outwitted. is he having a laugh ? There was some skill (it wouldn't be fair to say Adrian didn't do well) but, there was a massive, huge pile of luck. If Chelsea had won 10-0 you would not have been surprised. That West Ham team are the 2nd worst team (relative to league Chelsea are in) I have seen at the Bridge in 25 years (Cardiff this season, were the worst !). If West Ham play like this, then there is no way on earth they will stay up. They will not be so lucky next time.

Posted 9:51am 30th January 2014

Jay_D says...

Well played, Allardyci, well played

Posted 9:47am 30th January 2014

538blue (Chelsea) says...

Some pretty silly comments from Jose, especially since Chelsea are no strangers to a safety first approach but Allardyce really is something isn't he? Just a shame that he's only managed to 'outwit' four teams out of twenty four so far in the league this year.

Posted 9:40am 30th January 2014

Fuzzy_Dunlop (West Bromwich Albion) says...

Nice to see Sam's knack for self-congratulation after any decent remains. Tactical genius that lad. I mean, it'd be better if they weren't in the bottom three, but I'm sure Hammers fans would agree it's not Sam's fault. Nothing is Sam's fault.

Posted 8:54am 30th January 2014

peeyugo (Arsenal) says...

Good show Sam; you don't have much respect from me, but seeing that there is at least one thing we both like, (seeing Chelsea players moaning and trying to intimidate the referee like the damn cheats they are, while the Special Ego is left frustrated and whining like an old pipe) I'll say again....Good show Sam

Posted 8:45am 30th January 2014

shockmaster (Liverpool) says...

It really is difficult to distinguish between the real Sam Allardyce and his parody account sometimes. At least he's the least abhorrent of the two managers this time though.

Posted 8:44am 30th January 2014

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