Thursday, 29 January 2009

West Ham United 2 Hull City 0

Carlton Cole Fires West Ham And Closes On England Call by Tom Dart
Is it time to place the Tigers of Hull City on the Barclays Premier League’s endangered list? Tenth they may be, but this was Hull’s sixth successive league defeat and the concern last night was not just about the result, but how easily West Ham United achieved it... Times
Gianfranco Zola's West Ham In Good Shape by Nick Hoult
Gianfranco Zola does not like the January transfer window. He thinks it rewards lazy manager. He may change his mind at the end of this month. With Craig Bellamy shipped out and the exciting talent of Savio Nsereko brought in, Zola's team are in a fine state of health as the season enters its second half... Telegraph
Zola's Hit Men Blast Past Weak Tigers by Simon Cass
The West Ham fans in the Bobby Moore Stand chanted, 'Who needs Craig Bellamy?' and on the evidence of this display it was hard to disagree with the sentiment. West Ham used the money from Bellamy's £12million sale to Manchester City to bring in Savio Nsereko, a 19-year-old prospect with blistering pace... Mail
Cole Provides A Cutting Edge For Zola's Cavaliers by Jason Burt
Seven undefeated, level on points with seventh-placed Wigan Athletic and they should have scored seven – just as they did the last time Hull played at Upton Park in 1990 when even Steve Potts scored. Such was West Ham's dominance again. These are sweet, sweet times for Gianfranco Zola, fashioning a team in his own exuberant style and making all and sundry believe. Really believe... Independent
Di Michele Runs Riot As Hammers Nail Hull by Sachin Nakrani
These are truly peculiar times for West Ham United. Off the pitch the club continues to be haunted by financial uncertainties but on it they are playing like a side that has won the jackpot. Victory here was their sixth in seven games and was delivered by arguably their best performance of the season. The hosts were dominant throughout and should have scored more than twice. Indeed a repeat of the 7–1 thrashing West Ham inflicted on Hull the last time these sides met here in October 1990 would not have come as a shock... Guardian
Heaven For Zola As Hull Are Humbled by Gideon Brooks
West Ham's record signing Savio Nsereko may have made the bench at Upton Park last night following his £9million move from Brescia, but David Di Michele and Carlton Cole made a convincing case for manager Gianfranco Zola to leave him there... Express

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