dijous, 31 de maig de 2012

Més suports a la hammermania!

Fans' Play-Off pictures:    

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There was disbelief amongst some Hammers.
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Young Irons at Wembley.

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Day at Wembley was a family affair.
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Junior Hammers line up for their post match photo.
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Charlie and Max Rand get the face paints out in Toronto, Canada.
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Graham Burns sums it all up.
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The 'Vaz-Te's': Carl, Lee, Andy, Bob and Mike

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Charlie says the only way is up.

 Més hammermania...

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Serbian Hammers celebrate returning to the Premier League.

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Chace Brand and Nicole Fourie ready to watch the final in Cape Town, South Africa

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Ryan and Sam Wickens plus pals celebrate the win in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

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Kris and Jon celebrate outside the Queen Vic Pub....In Barcelona, Spain.

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West Ham fans in Bundang, Indonesia celebrate the clubs return to the Premier League


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Gavin Roberts and his son Thomas get ready for the big game.
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Henry Smith all set for his big day at Wembley.
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Belgian Hammers celebrate in the stands after the final whistle.
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Love for the Hammers starts at a young age.
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West Ham fans celebrate in the sunshine in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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West Ham fans go wild as Vaz Te sends the boys back to the big time.
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Donkeys Ned and Jack from Galway, Ireland were delighted with the Wembley win.
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The West Ham fans could have filled Wembley on their own. Great Support.
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Casey Anderson tried to get the Met Police on side before the game.
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Joe Adams was lucky enough to meet both Hammerhead and Bubbles before the game!

dissabte, 19 de maig de 2012

The Golden Corner Pride: La força de Premià porta els hammers a la Premier League

Gran festa al Golden Corner 
i a la Snail Fountain de la plaça Nova (La Font del Cargol)
Un extens reportatge en aquesta mateixa pantalla 
Crònica i fotos de la tarda de Wembley des de Premià de Mar.
L'avant-matx al Golden Corner, el matx i la massiva ocupació de la Snail Fountain (La Font del Cargol) de la plaça Nova de Premià.
WEST HAM 2 - BLACKPOOL 1 (19-5-2012)
T'han convidat a visualitzar l'àlbum de: enric. Aquest àlbum té 33 fitxers.

  • Ampli reportatge a càrrec dels fotografs Henry To Sea, Enrico Alla Mare i Henrich Von Almarr.

  • Inauguració del nou punt de trobada dels hammers i els culés premianencs. La Font del Cargol.

  • Imatges i comentaris d'una tarda màgica de Football.

  • Winners: Sam Allardyce the manager of West Ham (C) celebrates victory with captain Kevin Nolan (l) and goalscorer Carlton Cole

    Winners: Sam Allardyce the manager of West Ham (C) celebrates victory with captain Kevin Nolan (l) and goalscorer Carlton Cole

    Sam Allardyce had the last laugh on West Ham’s owners as their team sealed a last-gasp route into the Premier League.
    Ricardo Vaz Te struck just three minutes from the end at Wembley to send the ­Hammers up. And the jubilant West Ham manager Allardyce said: “It is 49 games and the first time we have won in the last few minutes all season.
    “David Sullivan is ­always going on at me saying ‘Why don’t we ever win a game in the last minute’ and now we have, so I am sure him and David Gold will be very happy.”


    Carlton Cole of West Ham celebrates his goal with team mates 


    Big Sam Slam

    Sam Allardyce hit out at the West Ham fans who did not believe in him as the club celebrated promotion back to the Premier League.
    Ricardo Vaz Te fired home the winner with three minutes left at Wembley.
    But Allardyce said: “You get criticised everywhere. There is a small minority of West Ham fans who make themselves heard, but the majority are behind us.”

    Back in the big time: 'We deserved it,' says West Ham goal hero Vaz Te after play-off victory

    87 mins - GOAL! VAZ TE! Nolan gets free down the left and puts in a cross that takes a slight deflection. Cole battles and the ball comes back off Gilks. There is Vaz Te to coolly lift the ball into the roof of the net from eight yards.

    48 mins - GOAL! Oh dear oh dear. Cole needlessly gives the ball away on halfway. The diagonal ball is similar to Taylor's from Matt Phillips. Ince gets in behind Reid and finishes low across Green and into the net. Good finish. Avoidable goal.

    Kevin Nolan

    Captain Kevin Nolan celebrates with Carlton Cole
    Carlton Cole

    Carlton Cole scores the opening goal at Wembley

    35 mins - GOAL! COLE! Taylor creates it by winning a challenge and making it down the left. His initial pass is cut out, but he collects the ball after it ricochets off Martinez. The No14 lifts a pass over Evatt for Cole, who controls superbly with his right foot before steering the shot past Gilks from seven yards. West Ham lead at Wembley!





    Kevin Nolan

    Jeremy Nicholas


    Sam Allardyce

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    Welcome to Wembley! How good does that sound?!
    After 31 years, the Hammers are back at the Home of Football for this afternoon's npower Championship Play-Off final between Sam Allardyce's side and Blackpool.
    West Ham will battle Ian Holloway's Tangerines for the richest prize in football - a place in the Barclays Premier League.

  ...Next Year...To Be Continued! Again and Again!