West Ham Apology To Fans

Posted on February 15, 2015 by - FA Cup News

West Ham Apology To Fans – the club’s owner and goal keeper have both expressed their regret to supporters after their 4-0 FA Cup humbling at West Brom writes football betting tips site FC Bodog.

The win was something FC Bodog forecast in our pre-match betting preview. We tipped Tony Pulis’ men to maintain their solid vein of form at odds of 2.50 but the manner of the loss prompted Hammers’ chairman David Gold to tweet that he felt sorry for himself and the 4,000 travelling supporters.

But the biggest apology came from West Heper Adam kerian also via Twitter: “After this shameful result in FA Cup, just we can say SORRY to all West Ham fans! Now we need to be united and fight in Premier League.”

Record signing Brown Ideye scored twice with James Morrison and Saido Berahino completing the rout to book the Baggies’ berth in the FA quarter-finals. They are now no bigger than 11.00 odds to win the FA Cup.

Ideye cost West Brom £10 million from Dynamo Kiev over the summer and had been labelled a flop during his first six months at the club. However, under Pulis, the 26-year-old Nigerian striker has now scored four goals in his last three games.

With talk of Berahino leaving the club this summer it may just be that Ideye could turn out to be a long term replacement, or possibly better alternative.

Pulis was delighted to reach the last eight of the competition to warned that his players must keep their feet on the ground.

“We mustn’t get carried away. It was a good performance, we’re very pleased, but there’s still a long way to go in the league and obviously we need a little bit of luck in the next draw.

“Things went our way and I’m really pleased for the players and, scoring four goals, all the punters who came to watch.

“Ideye has done absolutely fantastic. There was a weight on his shoulders and scoring goals takes that weight off your shoulders and he’s blossomed and looks a good player.”

There was more great football tipping for FC Bodog as Liverpool claimed a 2-1 win at Crystal Palace with goals from Daniel Sturridge cancelling out Fraizer Campbell’s opener. We wrote before the game at Selhurst Park: The over 2.5 goals at 1.95 odds looks well worth an interest with the Liverpool victory at 2.10 our other recommendation.

Those two football tips proved to be spot on and we just need Arsenal to beat Sunderland and Man Utd to win at Preston to make it a 100% for our selections.

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