Monday, 15 March 2010
Brown Stuff Down The Plug Hull
For some reason best known to the architects, it was considered a good idea to put a wash basin in the bedrooms in our university Hall of Residence. Very useful, it's true for brushing your teeth in the morning but awfully prone to blocking after seven pints and a late night kebab - and that was before one bright spark on our corridor decided, in a drunken stupor, to not only use it as an ancillary urinal but as a receptacle for an early hours bowel movement. I thought of that revolting image when I heard today that Hull had sacked Brown and were thinking of replacing him with Alan Turds Curbishley! You flush out one lump of brown stuff and replace it with another!
Is this good news for West Ham? Well I have a lot of time for Brown and am amazed that he has lost his job after 10 man Hull took Arsenal to the 4th minute of injury time before losing on Sunday. It looked to me as if Hull were fighting like Tigers and were well organised into the bargain - which is more than you can say about us in either of our shambolic performances against Bolton and Chelsea. If Brown deserved the sack, why is Zola still in a job I wonder?
Equally, I have no time for Turds, so, logically, this should be good news for us. But since when has logic applied to a relegation struggle? Just go back to our Great Escape and that victory at Old Trafford! Wouldn't it be Sod's Law if Turds led Hull to safety at our expense? That is unless Sullivan and Gold head him off at the pass! What price Curbishley being unveiled as our manager some time ahead of Friday?
Posted by Hammersfan at 17:53