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This subject gets brought up every season on this forum,and still it rumbles on.

The whole W*st Ham hatered of Frank,is nothing short of a joke!!

Upton Park is one of my favourite away grounds,because its always full of pikeys and banter.

But I believe if you intend on dishing it out.....

....you should expect it right back at some point.

Yesterday,as always they gave Frank serious dogs abuse throughout most of the first half.

But what MOTD failed to show,was that after the ref had sent him off.....

...there were roughly 70-100 spammers rushing towards the tunnel,all trying to get on the pitch to get at Frank!

(Did anybody see this reported in the media anywhere??)

Are the authorities going take any action against West Ham over this??

Probably not!!

They really do need to get over themselves!!

They never liked him when was there anyway......

...we payed WELL over the odds for him,and WE made him the player he is!!

Whats their problem!!??

Joe Cole gets a standing ovation and Frank gets threatened with his life!

The truth of it all,is......threatening Frank is their highlight of the season!!

And thats all they got,the Tossers!!!!!!!!!

How f**king pathetic is that?!!!

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You're right with it being the highlight of their season, extremely pathetic bunch of tossers.

Frank does like to stir it up though, after smacking in his penalty he ran to their fans, kissed the CFC badge and wagged his finger at them icon_lol.gif they went mental! Halarious.

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You're right with it being the highlight of their season, extremely pathetic bunch of tossers.

Frank does like to stir it up though, after smacking in his penalty he ran to their fans, kissed the CFC badge and wagged his finger at them icon_lol.gif they went mental! Halarious.

Yeah he did Gem,but the abuse he was getting was shocking,they f**king deserved it!!

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The one report to mention the Spammers reaction was The Observer (Castles), who wrote:

Needless to say, the home support loved watching their most detested former player take the long walk. As he exited one Upton Park regular lunged across on crutches to abuse the midfielder. Less satisfying was their team's response. Mark Noble stretched Cech and Ballack with shot and cross, and Joe Cole might have won a penalty as Ricardo Carvalho grabbed handfuls of his shirt, but it was Anelka and Joe Cole who came closest to delivering the next goal.

Dean Ashton came on after the interval, the home side belatedly began to exert some consistent pressure, and they would have scored had Terry not raced backwards to clear Carlton Cole's chipped finish off the goal-line. Instead, Chelsea added another

What does he mean by 'Less satisfying was their team's response', I wonder. That he found it extremely satisfying to see Lamps getting abuse from 'one' regular on crutches? That he was pissed off that Wet Spam were unable to live with us on the pitch? How does he know the supporter on crutches is a regular?

This guy has 'issues' with us, you could say.

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This guy has 'issues' with us, you could say.

Well known fact the 75% of sports writers (calling them journalists is a bit like calling Robinson a goalkeeper) that do not support manure or scousers are all pikey followers.

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This was in the Sunday Times yesterday, the first three paragraphs are particularly vitriolic, it's this kind of journalism that perpetuates the general consensus of hatred toward Lamps by none Chelsea fans:

Rod Liddle (Milwall fan) http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/ ... 466787.ece

IT WAS an enormous pleasure to see Frank Lampard sent off in Chelsea’s game against West Ham yesterday. That’s because I don’t like him. I don’t like his perpetually put-upon expression, nor his apparent conviction that he is a sort of magical amalgam of Garrincha, Bobby Charlton and Franz Beckenbauer, when actually he’s Jimmy Bullard with an only slightly better haircut.

I hate it when he looks aggrieved during England games at Wembley, just after a shot of his ends up somewhere near Southall, as if fate had cruelly intervened to deflect a brilliant goalbound effort towards the North Circular and none of it is his fault at all or the consequence of him being not very good.

I hate those postmatch conferences where he explains how well he has played when England have been beaten at home by the Maldives. So seeing him sent off is always an enormous pleasure, especially - and this is the point - when the decision is utterly unjustified, as it was against West Ham. Then, the pleasure is enhanced because Lampard is forced to find an even greater depth of grief in his facial expression, because he has been genuinely hard done by.

Chronic and preferably cruel injustice is a much underestimated attraction in football. It's one of the reasons I never want cameras on the goalline; goals are fun and exciting, of course, but they are not so much fun as the cretin of a referee, acting under FA orders, who makes a monumentally absurd decision.

Injustice is one of the few things left in the English game that makes it worth forking out £50 for - or in my team’s case, £20 - to watch for 90 minutes. At the precise time Frank Lampard was erroneously sent off, my own team, Millwall, were having a perfectly good goal disallowed by a jackass of a referee who has become a serial offender. Never mind; this is the hand of fate, and footballers need to be reminded from time to time that the hand of fate will occasionally intervene and spoil their day. They think that they are all-conquering, the players, and it’s nice to bring them down to earth occasionally.

However, all this being said, there is a certain kind of pirouetting, flouncy and camp Premier League referee in the game right now who wishes nothing more than to send someone off and to enjoy his moment in the sun for having done so, like an understudy in the musical Cabaret suddenly allowed into the limelight.

The Lampard business was truly mystifying; he tangled, briefly, and without great effect, with Luis Boa Morte (no angel, mark you) - both of them on the ground - and then had the temerity to push the bloke away, having received a bit of a kick. At which point the red card was airily wafted in his general direction. Now, cackle though I did, I could see that it was a consummately unjust sending-off. In a way, this made me laugh all the more.

But for all this sniggering, there is a certain pattern beginning to emerge, which you might hope the FA or the Premier League would get a grip of. This week Frank Lampard, a week or so back, Middlesbrough’s Jeremie Aliadiere - both sent off for offences that may, I suppose, transgress the letter of the law but which in earlier times would have warranted nothing more than a sharp word from the referee.

Aliadiere, having appealed against his monstrously unjust red card, will now serve a longer ban than that which will apply to Birmingham City’s Martin Taylor, who effected a hasty, ad hoc amputation upon Arsenal’s Eduardo last Saturday at St Andrews, much to Arsène Wenger’s chagrin. Middlesbrough’s appeal rebounded upon them, because that’s the way the Football Association works. It doesn’t like appeals. But once again you might be tempted to suspect that the FA does not know what it is doing.

I think I speak for quite a few fans when I venture that the FA has got its priorities wrong. I would like to see players sent off for cheating - in the case of Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo, at some point within the third minute of every match - and for tackles that are either clearly malicious or criminally negligent. Or indeed for players who have been hacking out at the opposing winger from the moment the referee blew his whistle at the start of the game. By and large, though, a bit of shoving here or there should not warrant even so much as a booking.

Much as it grieves me to say so about such a player, but Lampard was entirely justified in his modest admonition towards West Ham’s Boa Morte.

The FA, I suppose, will say that he raised a hand and therefore deserves all that he got. But this is taking a literal interpretation of the rules altogether too far. Lampard deserved to stay on the pitch yesterday: so did Aliadiere for Middlesbrough.

Less central control and instead the deployment of that long-forgotten thing, common sense, would be of benefit to the Premier League. Even if it does mean that Lampard escapes a ban and is allowed back to look aggrieved the next time Chelsea take to the field.

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They are a small club and need someone to hate, it gives them a feeling they are important, they just replaced Ince with Lamps to keep the fueding going with a current player.

As said already, they hated Lamps when he played for them & it's Chelsea that made him the player he is now but, when did common sense ever matter to a hamster...

They'll never get over Lamps unless someone else replaces him

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sweet waffle, I was about to post exactly the same article. I couldn't belive that a supposedly high brow newspaper would allow one of their journos to misappropriate an article on the injustice that was Frank's red card to launch a childish, hate filled and lengthy rant about why he hates the way Frank looks and behaves.

What a f**king tosser.

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sweet waffle, I was about to post exactly the same article. I couldn't belive that a supposedly high brow newspaper would allow one of their journos to misappropriate an article on the injustice that was Frank's red card to launch a childish, hate filled and lengthy rant about why he hates the way Frank looks and behaves.

What a f**king tosser.

Rod Liddle is consistently anti Chelsea - his writing is laughable on most subjects - just as afflicted is Hugh Mc Alvennie - he is the epitome of what JM called a voyeur and will use the most desperate of associations to stick the knife into anything Chelsea related.

They are both in the pocket of Murdoch - pure co-incidence no doubt

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Pikeys all the same! We thrashed them, making them look sh*t on their home turf.. with 10 men! (Happened before with 10 men) Their just crap, crap fans, crap ground, hopefully they'll sink into the championship again playing noddy football their use to.

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Taken from:

Just wondering what fellow West Ham supporters win games? Is it good performances or goals? I am pretty sure if he was playing for the claret and blue and scoring 20 goals a season propelling us into europe or maybe even beyond, that you would keep ya mouths shouting for the team rather than at him. Dont you think its time you moved on? I have, we had a few years of nothing-ness, and cos the icelandic bloke bought us, we got back to where we belong.

Get over it lads, we lost and it was to a superior team, who was buoyed by Frank having a go at the people who paid to ridicule him before.

Support the team instead of hate the ex players.

PS. Joe Cole is a Chelsea supporter, he just respects the club for letting him be captain.

Surely not a pikey talking sense?

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