Monday, 1 January 2007

Reading 6 West Ham United 0

Reading's Dream Day Deepens Curbishley Nightmare- Rob Smyth
When Alan Curbishley arrived at Upton Park three weeks ago, it was blithely assumed that his expertise would enable West Ham to avoid relegation with ease. When he won his first game, against Manchester United, it was apparently a done deal. Not any more. Curbishley has presided over three consecutive defeats that have left his side deep in the mire, and while excuses could be made for the first two this one was as bad as it gets... The Guardian
Curbishley Shocked AT Hammers' Humbling- Glenn Moore
The Icelandic acquisition of West Ham is beginning to look the worst football investment since Sam Hamman trousered £20m from two Norwegian oil barons 10 years ago on the supposition that Wimbledon were about to move to Dublin... The Independent
Rampant Reading Add To Curbishley's Woes- Clive Tyldesley
You will not hear anybody say that West Ham are too good to go down now. Alan Curbishley has problems aplenty but complacency is no longer one of them... The Telegraph
Curbishley Endures A Hammer Horror- Russell Kempson
A new era dawned at West Ham United three weeks ago when Alan Pardew, the struggling manager, was dismissed and Alan Curbishley returned to the club whom he had supported as a boy and gone on to play for. The marriage made in heaven got off to a good start, with a joyous 1-0 victory over Manchester United, the Barclays Premiership leaders, at Upton Park. “Curbs”, the hero, had returned in style... The Times

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