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Pre Hammers: Super Seb

With a clean sheet under his belt since his return to the side, 'Super' Seb Bassong has promised fans that we'll be going all out for the win tomorrow and a massive morale raising win against the Hammers. The French Under 21 star, acting the complete polar opposite to the current hate figure Charles N'Zogbia, said:

"We must remember the score in the last game at home. We have to have revenge for ourselves and the fans. It was shameful to have a score like that. West Ham is a more important game than any other now, and I think the team is ready to do a good job.We are not too far away from the bottom. We have to win to go up in the table.

This next game is very important, because if we don`t win, we`re going to go backwards, and that would be hard for all the team and the fans. The fans don`t deserve to be near the bottom, and we don`t deserve that. To get out of this position we have to work and work. And with the players we have and those who are coming back from injuries, I am confident we can push on.

We have to try to have clean sheets at home, because we have had a lot away. If we can do the same at home, then it`s good for the future."




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 9 2009

Time: 1:48PM

 

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