Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Hammers Sure to Stay Up!

Amid all the current chaos at West Ham with Andy Carroll again on the long-term injury list, and much uncertainty as to whether Winston Reid or Ravel Morrison will sign new contracts, the Bubbles brigade were given a much needed boost earlier this week by ex-Hammer Paulo Futre.

The swashbuckling Portuguese star who arrived at the Boleyn during the Harry Redknapp era, has recenty been helping to promote a new treatment for erectile dysfunction (Libidium Fast) and features in an advertisement where, as the camera watches from behind, he appears to play keepy-uppies with his third leg!

News that the East Londoners have identified a way of ensuring they can stay up will come as bad news for the likes of Burnley, Crystal Palace and QPR who had been counting on another Boleyn implosion as a means of dodging relegation next year.

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