Prediction League; Game 4 Updates

No big movers this week and no perfect scores.

Son of HM fails for the first time but remains top. ADeluded slides into 2nd spot with a correct draw prediction and Devo props us all up!

Contributor WHU vs Southampton Points Total
Harry – son of HM 1 – 3 0 9
ADeludedCoker 1 – 1 3 6
ClaretNBlues 0 – 1 0 5
Headmaster 1 – 2 0 5
Roshi 0 – 0 3 5
SafHammer 1 – 1 3 5
Stelios J 1 – 1 3 5
AoF 1 – 0 0 4
DiggerWay 1 – 2 0 4
Goatygav 1 – 1 3 4
Florida Hammer 0 – 1 0 3


1 – 1 3 1
Bomad 0 – 1 0 1
FrankieMacsJockStrap 1 – 0 0 1
kelvedonHammer 0 – 1 0 1
Sam 1 – 3 0 1
Trevor Fear 0 – 0 3 1
DevoDevo 1 – 0 0 -2

West Ham and Hull serve up a proper thriller!

Wow, that was some game.

We can talk about defensive frailties all day long but I prefer to dwell on the most progressive looking away performance I can remember for some considerable while from West Ham United.

The new signings are really starting to show what they promise now. They are adding to the talent pool and tonight, I thought Allardyce shuffled his pack intelligently and made substitutions at the right time too. The midfield diamond of Noble, Zarate and Downing were highly influential in the first period, using the intelligent runs of Demel and Cresswell to good effect and if only we had gambled a little more in terms of Sakho and Valencia hitting the 6 yard box we might well have gone in at half time with a lead, let alone the one goal deficit.

When Zarate faded, Song came on. He looked assured and impressive and, on balance, we continued to edge the game in terms of quality possession and chances created. That said, we did always look susceptible at the back and at no time this evening could anyone have sensibly predicted the outcome, even as late as the 94th minute Valencia might have won it!

Anyway, early start for me so I’ll leave you to debate it. For me though, credit where credit is due. This was the sort of football that I want to see.

Submit your OS questions for David Gold.

With recent confusion regarding various matters relating to West Ham United’s 2016 move to The Olympic Stadium, the club’s co-chairman David Gold has kindly agreed to answer 10 questions for Claret and Blues readers.

Please use this post to submit your questions. Will will leave it active until Wednesday 17th September at 20:00 when we will select the 10 most relevant and challenging question to put forward to David

Please be aware that although we do understand that there are many, many other questions relating to West Ham and the manager etc… only question with relevance to The Olympic Stadium can be selected and submitted. We are sure there are lots of questions you would like to ask but only 10 can be asked at this time.

Thank you