Saturday, 28 April 2007

Wigan Athletic 0 West Ham United 3

Tevez Has Hammers Feeling just Fine by Ian Whittell
Twenty-four hours that could prove to be the most important in the recent history of West Ham concluded at the JJB Stadium, where Alan Curbishley's team strolled to a victory that did not flatter them... The Observer
Hammers Turn Heat On Wigan by Andrew Longmore
Two results for West Ham in two days. First came the news that the club would not be docked points for the irregularities in the transfers of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano last summer; then a welcome victory... Sunday Times
Tevez Lifts Maelstrom For hopeful Hammers by Guy Hodgson
Reprieves are coming for West Ham on a daily basis. On Friday they escaped a points deduction and yesterday they loosened the tentacles pulling them out of the Premiership. They have a realistic chance now of avoiding relegation... Independent on Sunday
Tevez Makes His Point In Tormenting Wigan by Simon Hart
No points deducted for breaching player ownership rules and now three precious points accumulated in the battle to beat the drop. West Ham yesterday grabbed the lifeline extended to them by the Premier League disciplinary commission... Sunday Telegraph
Tevez Leads The Uprising by Joe Bernstein
West Ham's relegation rivals may consider it daylight robbery that the club have escaped a points deduction but you cannot fault their players’ efforts for trying to stay in the Premiership on merit... Mail on Sunday
Inquiry Let-Off Galvanises Hammers by Michael Walker
West Ham United had 5,000 followers here on Saturday but there was no need for them to be fed loaves and fish: they had their miracle already. Or a carvery, some might say... The Guardian
Jewell: They 'Bottled It Over Tevez' by Kaveh Solhekol
West Ham United fans have a dream. In two weeks they will follow their team to Old Trafford and watch Carlos Tévez and his teammates beat Manchester United. West Ham will stay up, Wigan Athletic, Charlton Athletic and Watford will go down and the East End of London will rejoice... The Times
Jewell Leads Wigan's Chorus Of Discontent Over Hammer 'Let-Off' By James Corrigan
"They bottled it," was Paul Jewell's blunt assessment, although he was referring not to Wigan's tame submission to their relegation rivals, but to the Premier League's altogether more meeker lie-down over the Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano affair... The Independent
Jewell Resorts To Theories As Tactics Fail by Martin Smith
If Paul Jewell is to be believed, Wigan collapsed against West Ham under sheer weight of expectation: not only from their own supporters, but from the mandarins within the Premier League... The Telegraph

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