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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old December 21st, 2006, 15:48 Thread Starter
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Update: Players abroad

There's some activity with some of our players abroad. Dudu let in 4 goals against Sevilla. The next team they have to play is Real and Dudu really needs to go back into his previous form. Ofcourse we can't fully blame him since there were some mistakes with the defense and Sevilla is a very strong team.

Yossi hasn't been too impressive and the new manager is putting him on bench. Their last game against United, which they won, he was only put in around the 70th minute...however the goal for west ham came when he was in

Balili has been called up to the NT's practice session along with other returning and new call ups such as Rafaelov, Katan, and Barda.

Anyone know if there is any activity with Tal and Ben-Haim or are thing relatively stable there?
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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old December 21st, 2006, 16:36
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I saw the Sevilla game. You can blame Dudu for the first goal, but the other ones were unstopable. Dudu also had some nice parades.

I dont know what happened to Yossi. He wasnt impressive this season and maybe its time to go. I am sure some Premier League clubs want him.
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post #3 of 38 (permalink) Old December 21st, 2006, 16:56
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I saw the Sevilla game. You can blame Dudu for the first goal, but the other ones were unstopable. Dudu also had some nice parades.

I dont know what happened to Yossi. He wasnt impressive this season and maybe its time to go. I am sure some Premier League clubs want him.
The big Premeriship clubs won't wan thim anymore. Maybe one of the clubs dighting for relegation or he could go back to Spain.
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post #4 of 38 (permalink) Old December 21st, 2006, 18:54 Thread Starter
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i agree, he could have found himself at a club like tottenham or portsmouth during the summer, but now he kind of screwed himself since his popularity really went down.
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I still think that Spain is a better league for Yossi.....
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post #6 of 38 (permalink) Old January 31st, 2007, 22:54
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Some News:

Deportivo La Coruna wins its home game against Valladolid 4-1. Dudu Awat didnt play.

West Ham United lost yesterday 1-2 vs. Liverpool. Yossi played 90 full minutes, had some good actions, nice passes (as usual), but couldnt prevent the defeat.

Bolton Wanderers played ony 1-1 at home vs. Charlton Athletic. Ben Haim came from the bench in the 67th minute, Idan Tal didnt play

Chelsea won 3-0 at home vs. Blackburn Rovers. Ben Sahar wasnt in the squad.

27th January:

Sivaspor won thanks to a goal from Balili with 1-0 against Genclerbirligi.

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post #7 of 38 (permalink) Old February 1st, 2007, 05:57
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He is good, and i think he needs a good team, but when your in a bad team like West Ham, you cant do much....
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there level is very poor and i dont think one player will do much difference...

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post #8 of 38 (permalink) Old February 4th, 2007, 16:33
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hey kappa plz dont call west ham a bad team or ur life will be at risk!!! if u say anything bad about west ham again, i will have no option but to come to canada and kick ur canadian ass!!! I agree west ham suck cock right now(only i am allowed to say that), but the HAMMERS WILL FIGHT BACK!!!

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post #9 of 38 (permalink) Old February 4th, 2007, 17:46
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hey kappa plz dont call west ham a bad team or ur life will be at risk!!! if u say anything bad about west ham again, i will have no option but to come to canada and kick ur canadian ass!!! I agree west ham suck cock right now(only i am allowed to say that), but the HAMMERS WILL FIGHT BACK!!!

If we get relegated someone is gonna get hurt!

you guys have 1 good season and then 2 bad...and then get promoted and all over again!!

West Ham needs change....and u cant have change with the current management... We need some Israeli to buy out the team..or possibly a crazy emirate

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post #10 of 38 (permalink) Old February 4th, 2007, 17:50 Thread Starter
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I dont' care much about west ham, i mean they have their history ofcourse, but the only reason i pay attention to them is because of yossi. He kind of lost his media attraction though, and I think its fair to say that he lost the whole "Israel's golden boy" title and gave it away to Ben Sahar who, if able to stay away from the army, will be the biggest player Israel will ever produce. Benayoun needs to get out of there and go back to he's older form, even if he plays well it won't be recognized since West Ham are utter crap (sorry falafel......truth hurts)
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Benayoun: Played 90 minutes at the defeat of his team vs. Aston Villa (0-1). I didnt see the game, but heard that he didnt play that well.

Tal Ben Haim, Idan Tal: Tal Ben Haim played full 90 minutes at the 1-0 win away vs. Watford. Had a good game and prevented most of the dangerous shot by Watford. Idan Tal didnt play.

Dudu Awat: Had nothing to do vs. Mallorca. Depor 1 Mallorca 0. This was the final result. Mallorca was harmless

Pini Balili: Sivasspor won 1-0 at home against Rizespor. The weather was cold and a lot of snow was on the pitch. Balili played 63 minutes. He was substituted with Cvetkov.
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Idan Tal will begin against Chelsea today. Benayoun is expecting to begin too vs. Wigan. Tal Ben Haim is injured and will miss the game at Stanford Bridge

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IMO Idan Tal made a really good game vs. Chelsea. He assisted the second goal and had very good passes

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haven't seen either games but i'll be sure to watch them tomorrow on the highlight show, from what i understand benayoun had a great goal...looking foward to it.
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Both games were on TV today, live and free, but I couldn't really watch them. Well I could watch Chelsea but I chose ManUre's match instead...

Time to head to youtube. p Good to hear about them, especially Yossi. I want West Ham to beat relegation, even if he doesn't stay there. There are too many 'useless' teams in the premiership, West Ham is one of the more important clubs up there with their amazing youth teams.

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Israeli defender Klemi Saban will leave Steaua Bucharest at the end of the season. The team will only be signing local players. Saban, who has a contract for another three years with the Romanian club, has played in only eight league games this season.
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Israeli defender Klemi Saban will leave Steaua Bucharest at the end of the season. The team will only be signing local players. Saban, who has a contract for another three years with the Romanian club, has played in only eight league games this season.
Beitar and Hapoel could be options for him if he eventually returns to Israel.
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Beitar and Hapoel could be options for him if he eventually returns to Israel.

He can still try his luck in the Former Soviet clubs of Russia/Ukraine if he likes..

good money there...

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Benayoun played real well against Bolton today and set up some great West Ham chances

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