Saturday, 15 August 2015

The sorry tale of the Tinkerman and the Stinker man!

He's lovin it...
Dude, this soccerball thing sucks! A buoyant bubbles brigade welcomed the Foxes of Leicester to Uppety Park for tound two of the Premier league anticipating a continuation of last week's heroics.

Ha ha, its a funny old game indeed. Claudio Ranieri was in no mood to entertain any of West ham's loftiness the tinkerman's troops duly dominated proceedings for most of the first half, taking a 2-0 lead in the process.

But the Hammer's displeasure switched from tinkerman to stinkerman when referee Anthony Taylor turned down very strong penalty appeals as Diafra Sakho was clearly fouled by Leicester's Kasper Schmeichel.

At half time Reece Oxford learned a harsh lesson when he was substituted for newbie Pedro Obiang, thus bringing a crazy week to a conclusion for the 16 year old. The Hammers looked stronger for the change and hit back with a sweet strike from Dimitri Payet after 55 minutes. Game on.


However, despite dominating proceedings, and enjoying over 70% possession, the home side couldn't get an equaliser, with Sakho guilty of wasting two excellent chances. Even worse, wannabe hero Adrian was harshly red carded in the dying moments for a high challenge that reminded the home fans of a similarly stupid decision against Carlton Cole by Mr Taylor three years ago.


Slaven, it's a stinker, man!



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