Poor old Stephen Warnock. He claims he joined Leeds United because they are a bigger club than West Ham, but whilst we bullied Wales' first team into submission, Warnock Junior's new employers slumped to defeat against second string Welsh team, Cardiff City.
Poor Warnock Junior must be scratching his head in bemusement. Whilst West Ham attracted a full house of over 34,000, despite a run of disappointing results, the 'mighty' Leeds United were watched by just 19,260 despite their epic victory over Spurs last week and a game against the leaders of the Championship.
Warnock Junior expected Leeds to charge towards the Prem whilst West Ham slumped towards the Championship, apparently. Well Leeds are now 12 points shy of an automatic promotion place, ten points behind fifth place and six points adrift of play off qualifying sixth place; West Ham, meanwhile, are nine points clear of the team third from bottom in the Prem and sit a place higher in the top division than Leeds occupy in the Championship.
Decision making has never been one of Stephen Warnock's strong points of course - as Leeds fans will discover when he eventually makes it off the bench to play for a club owned by an Arab bank that counts its reserves in camels and sand rather than gold or oil.
And talking camels, Warnock Junior and Warnock Senior probably both have the hump tonight.
In the light of the comments below, if any west Ham fans want to know just how dense some of our northern brethren are, follow this link and read the comments! Some are pure gold!
Match report for Swansea game here: