Sunday, 22 April 2007

West Ham United 1 Everton 0

Zamora Goal Gives Curbishley Reason To Smile by Jamie Jackson
Nervy, edgy, frantic and desperate. West Ham fans can hardly expect survival to come any other way. But the other ingredient evident here was a vital bravery... The Guardian
Zamora Keeps Implausible Dream Bubbling by Ronald Atkin
If not exactly bubbling, West Ham are at least still breathing, hoping to dodge the drop. A bellowed chorus of their anthem released the sell-out crowd's pent-up anxiety after six agonising minutes... Independent on Sunday
Zamora's Goal offers Reason To Believe by Clive White
West Ham are still breathing, still believing, which in the case of the former is quite remarkable since they had to survive six minutes of added-on time... Sunday Telegraph
Zamora Gives Hammers Hope by Patrick Collins
After spending months in the condemned cell, Alan Curbishley has suddenly acquired the confidence of a man who may have found a key. His natural caution remains, since everything could still go hopelessly wrong, but West Ham have somehow given themselves a chance of survival... Mail on Sunday
Curbishley Frets At Prospect Of Points Deduction by Jeremy Wilson
Nothing will be straightforward this season for West Ham United. Within minutes of recording a fourth win in six matches to retain hope of Premiership survival, Alan Curbishley found himself fielding questions about Thursday's Premier League disciplinary commission... The Guardian
West Ham Eye Escape Plan by Gary Jacob
A little more than a week ago, as they tiptoed from Bramall Lane bewildered and seemingly broken after a 3-0 defeat by Sheffield United, West Ham United were staring at another mission impossible... The Times
Curbishley gets Intense About Wigan by Evan Fanning
The Premier League inquiry into alleged irregularities surrounding the transfers of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano from the Brazilian side Corinthians begins this week, and may yet be the deciding factor in West Ham United's future... The Independent
Doomsday Looms But Curbishley Stays Focused by Martin Smith
If the Premier League's independent disciplinary commission do their worst this week, the coach transporting the West Ham team might as well sail past Wigan's JJB Stadium on Saturday and keep going until it reaches Scunthorpe, Burnley or some other Championship destination... The Telegraph
Forget The Rest, Let's Beat The Best by Simon Cass
Delighted with another victory against a top-six side, West Ham boss Alan Curbishley admitted he urgently must find a solution to the quandary of why his side cannot produce a similarly professional performance against their fellow strugglers... The Mail

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