Terence Brown Should Be Kacking Himself

Apologies for the lack of posts this week. I’ve been a bit out of the loop in Washington DC but have been following developments with mounting horror. I reckon the Premier League are going to chuck the book at us. Forget talk of a 5 point deduction. We could be staring a a two league demotion in the face. And if we are, then Christ knows what Eggert Magnusson will do. It’s a fairly sure thing that Terence Brown and his fellow Board members will face a crushing legal case for non disclosure.

Whatever happens, we’re West Ham. We stick together through thick and thin. We are, as the title of this blog says, West Ham till we die.

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5 Responses to Terence Brown Should Be Kacking Himself

  1. Mac says:

    So, should roughly be about a fiver to get in when we start in Division 2 next season?

  2. Ed Thomas says:

    It really pains me to see things coming to this. I am not (just now) a close follower of the club, but right at the beginning of the season the signing of Tevez and Mascherano gave me a sinking feeling- there had to be something dodgy about it; the whole manner of it was weird and somehow out of place.

    If you ask me those signings were the cause of real unease in the dressing room and the uncertainty which has been our undoing. One word really sums up this season: stupid. That’s all there is to say.

  3. Gordon Broon says:

    My suggestion would be to switch to supporting rugby, a better game all round.

    And better value for money on the season tickets as well.

    Still you’ve got the strongest team in the League, as you holding up the rest of the Premiership table…

  4. Peter from Putney says:

    Careful Iain – can you be absolutely certain that there was no disclosure by Terence Brown or others about the Argentinian players’ registration?

  5. E7 Spur says:

    The fact that the players’ were still part-owned by Kia Yorabchian (sp?) featured in almost every story about them when they signed.

    Quite how the FA and the Premier League can claim they were not aware of it until they examined the paperwork for Mascherano’s move to Liverpool is beyond me. And if Magnusson didn’t know it’s his lawyers who have been negligent, not Brown and the WHU board.

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