Good weekend, bad weekend

Ollie Irish

12th, February 2007

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Good weekend
Henderson_1Watford A first Premiership away win since 1999 and at West Ham too. Priceless.
Darius Henderson Played 30, scored 1. The perfect time for the Hornets striker to break his duck.
Sheffield United Find themselves in 15th after a home win against Spurs.

Bad weekend
Ferdinand_anton_whfc_profile_2004Liverpool Back to battling with Arsenal for third instead of Chelsea for second after defeat at Newcastle.
Anton Ferdinand Gave away a cheap penalty against Watford which cost West Ham a point.
West Ham Defeat to bottom-club Watford leaves them third from bottom and dangerously out of form.
[Rob Parker]

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  1. billyo says:

    It was certainly a good time for Doris to break his duck, but a better time would have been 1st game of the season, and then another 20 since then… that would have been perfect.
    But it was a good time, cos it’s not too late, and with our next two games against Wigan and Charlton it’s not too late to sneak under the door.
    We’ve only got to play one of the top four before the end of the season (as have Wigan and Charlton). West Ham have to play 3 and I think Dark Horses for the drop are Man City who have to face all of the top four before the end of the season.