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Tuesday, 13 August 2013

West Ham fans laughing as Tottenham's Parker closes in on QPR move!

Player of the Year when West Ham finished bottom of the Prem, whilst Nolan, whose goals fired Newcastle to safety in their first season back up, was overlooked, Parker wasn't interested in hanging around and playing in the Championship when we were relegated and refused to sign for any club other than Tottenham. We were over the proverbial barrel and forced to accept a cut price offer from Levy; but Scotty didn't care - he only signed that contract extension when wheeler dealer Redknapp spied a better deal for Van der Vaart at the last moment and Parker was left high and dry at West Ham with no other suitors.

How ironic, therefore, that just two seasons later, Parker is about to slip down into the second tier of English football as Spurs cut their losses on the circle spinning, all effort, no impact, Scotty The Most Overrated Player of the C21st Parker!

How many goals has Parker scored in his two seasons at Spurs? One I think. How many assists? It may be as many as three! What a joke.

Of course, those who seek to defend Parker will babble on about him being a holding midfielder and claim that his contribution in the offensive third is therefore irrelevant, but that is nonsense. Parker thinks he is a box to box player and his positional discipline is therefore poor. And for a 'holding midfielder', his tackling is shocking. How many times does he find himself on the wrong side of an opponent, diving into a tackle and conceding a free kick? Answer, far too often. How many times does he concede free kicks because of poor tackling technique? Answer, far too often. Anybody remember the penalty he conceded at Upton Park last season? Classic Scotty!

In truth, the guy is a master con man. He runs around a lot. He plays with passion and desire. He kisses the badge and the arses of the manager and the fans. But he is decidedly ordinary as a player.

That's why only Redknapp wants him. If he is as good as his admirers claim, why isn't there a queue of Premiership clubs looking to sign him? So why does Redknapp want him? Well Scotty is a family friend and will run through walls for 'Arry, not that running through walls helps win football games, but it looks impressive!

There are still many who regard Parker as a West Ham legend, but he was booed at the Boleyn last season, as an increasing number woke up to the fact that Parker had used us shamelessly to engineer his dream move to Spurs. Well, like Rob Green, he is about to get his just deserts. With Downing and Carroll joining West Ham to enhance their chances of playing in the World Cup in Brazil, Scotty and Rob can look forward to games at Yeovil, Bournemouth and Doncaster. Brilliant!

90 comments:

  1. What a ridiculous article this is.. How many goals and assists did Claude Makelele get at Chelsea? Oh wait, his job was to break up the play and pass the ball to the ball players.. Maybe you should learn a bit more about the game and that different players have different jobs before written multiple lines of rubbish and wasting people's time!

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    1. we arent talking about Claude Makelele, this is a good article putting the emphasis on a greedy average at best player who has now to scoff a large helping of humble pie. west ham saved his flagging career, and he could have been a legend id he had shown any loyalty, but he didnt and he is where he should be, in a very small club even in the championship QPR are punching above their weight. Look at Arrys record and look at the clubs and finances after he has riffled through them. get a perspective mate and know your football.

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    2. Whoever wrote this drivel is a moron of the highest order who has clearly never set foot in UP.

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  2. im a spurs fan and can't argue with any of that. Dont think Parker has ever scored for us though.

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    1. Not sure if you go to games mate but he was brilliant in the first season.We got him too late in his career and now is the right time for a move down a league for him.He wont get into a side with Dembele,Sandro and Paulinho in it.Shame he wasted his time at West Ham when he could have been playing for a bigger club

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    2. Spend a few more tedious moments in Hairy Fans company and it will soon become obvious. He's traded the east end of London for the east end of Europe and can only rely on tv and stats to support his bilious outbursts.

      When your sole aim is to wind people up though it's a great podium to be aloft.

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  3. Shithouse article. Parker will be on a decent wage at QPR, money talks.

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  4. Man you need to get laid to get rid of some of your frustration. You seem to take things far to personaly infact im finding it difficult to decide if its a therapist or hooker you need more.

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    1. nic one lol !

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    2. Therapist - I suspect he has some very dubious sexual peccadilloes which probably lead to the frustration and angst.

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  5. Yes but you will get relegated, while QPR will win the Championship!Hope you are looking forward to many thrashings in the next few months(second season syndrome)

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    1. Someone seems like a milwall fan. We finnished 10th last season and have bought amazing players in the market and we WILL be better than last season

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    2. Typical Spurs fan. Who will bale you out this year? Lol. Listening to Spurs fans could ALMOST get me to like Arsenal. Wait till big Andy gets amongst you!

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  6. Bitter much? I remember West Ham fans crying when he left and singing his praises before he did. Parker was great in his first season at Tottenham and if he was a couple of years younger would be staying. He's put in many a man of the match performance for the clubs he's played for.

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  7. should it say at the bottom of the Article written by a Sky Sports watching, Sun Reading West ham fan. Can tell he doesn't go to any games for sure !

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  8. just the sort of bitter twist nonsense we come to expect from hammers fans ,enjoy the premiership while you can, the wheels will come of the bus soon enough

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  9. You seem to have an unhealthy obsession with Scott Parker. Constantly appearing on THFC's newsnow page with articles on him. All it does is expose your bitterness of him leaving which is actually contradicts your attempted criticism of him.

    Scott Parker left you to sign for Spurs 2 seasons ago. In avoiding a season in the championship, he played alongside Modric, Bale, VDV etc in one of the most entertaining sides in the PL. He got exposure to go to the European Championships as a result and played European football. Now 32, he's considering dropping down the championship. I doubt VERY MUCH, he's regretting leaving West Ham.

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  10. Silly article,he was younger when he was with WH,he's now in his thirties and entering the final lap of his career so if he goes to QPR that's about his level - Crap player though - doesn't contribute much in any department!!!

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    1. Parker has only become a lesser player recently having spent years playing at full commitment for his respective employers. Seem to recall he played at WHL for West Ham despite the death of his dad earlier that week.

      He also regularly took pain killing injections to play through injuries.

      I find this kind of article to be quite sickening given the level of commitment AND quality he gave particularly to West Ham.

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    2. Bitter and twisted of Upton Park ! Just wait until you get to move to the Olympic void, sparsely populated by even more bitter and twisted members of the firm, you aint seen anything yet.

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  11. There's nothing like a balanced argument... and this was nothing like a balanced argument.

    Not sure while there's so much bile in your posting.

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    1. What do you mean? Hairy Fan is so well balanced he has a chip on both shoulders!

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  12. One word 'Utter Bollocks' ok thats two but Bollocks didn't express what a load on nonsense that was!!

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  13. The lady doth protest too much.

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  14. Stopped reading half way through. What a shit article. Obviously never watched him play.

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  15. Almost every bit of this article is absurd. Parker winning player of the year was ridiculous, but are you actually suggesting that Nolan should have won it when he was at Newcastle that season? Clearly that is even more ridiculous. Who does Nolan play for now? Oh West Ham, of course. Did Parker shamelessly use West Ham to move to Tottenham. Absolutely not. He had turned down Tottenham 3 times already to go to a club who offered him more money, Chelsea, Newcastle and, hold on a minute, West Ham. When he went to West Ham, every fan loved him and I mean really loved him. They sang his name constantly and told everyone who listened what an amazing player he was. When West Ham were relegated it was obvious he would move - not many decent players stay in the second tier especially those in the England squad. He went to Tottenham for less wages. West Ham booed him at the Boleyn last season did they? And this was because the fans had realised that he was a con man who had let them down. No this was because it was West Ham's cup final and their former favourite was now playing for the team they want to beat the most. Finally, why are Carroll and Downing joining West Ham? They are joining, in the main, because West Ham still pay ridiculous money to average players because a) they are stupid and b) they have to to try and compete. Downing is a busted flush who scores less than Parker and no one wants Carroll because he is trouble and scores slightly more than Parker. You could have written a well though out article about Parker, but let emotions get in the way and wrote the biggest load of nonsense I have ever read. You have waited 2 years to have a pop at your former favourite player and that was the best you could do. Sad

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    1. This West Ham fans agree entirely with this

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    2. Ah still bitter about 2006 and that lasagne eh? Arsenal Arsenal I was proud to sing for the Gunners that day.

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    3. A West Ham fan singing for Arsenal tells you everything you need to know. How very, very sad you are. Maybe Tottenham fans should start singing for Orient. West Ham are far to big a club to have pathetic fans like you and whoever wrote this ridiculous article. AJ and the first Anonymous get it, the second Anonymous you are an embarrassment to all proper West Ham fans.

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  16. Im a Spurs fan and although im not going to be too cut up about parker leaving now he was and possibly still is one of the best DEFENSIVE miids we ever had in my lifetime, you cant rate him by goals and assists, but I cant count the number of vital interceptions or tackles he made in front of our defence.

    Pretty sure he was our player of the season is his first with us too, the steel we needed in midfield, weve got our brazil midfield duo and Dembele, Siggy and possibly more to come so parker was never going to feature much this season.

    He is still a great player and this article just sounds like sour grapes from a bitter west ham fan. He left you when you went down, joined us, played in europe and at the top of the prem and now at 32 or whatever he is now hes joining an exciting project at QPR.

    Good Luck Scotty

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    1. Well said sir, unfortunately the author of this article has been and embarrassment to WHU for a number of year now.

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  17. Loved Scotty Parker when he was a hammer, still love him now. No talk of a mercenary player will convince me that he ever gave 100% less than the best for us. Unfortunately time and tide wait for no man and he is on the verge of championship football with no guarantee of promotion. Shit, glad we are not there and cos of Fat Sam and the porn brothers looks like we will have a decent season.

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  18. West Ham have just signed one of the biggest laughing stocks in English football and think they can laugh..
    Any more of Dalglish's massive flops on their way to Spam?

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  19. West Ham could do worse than to get him back. Hard working player who would improve West Ham . He didnt get into the England squad because he was a bad player he got in because he does a job. He breaks up play and delivers the ball to a play maker. Actually, dont bother with West Ham there is no one to pass the ball to with any quality.

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  20. Joke article by someone who knows nothing about football.

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  21. Brilliant stuff, that's how I remember Scotty Parker. Hopeless final balls, terrible passing and terrible tackling whilst he tried to play the game on his own. He alwasy tried to play as a box to box midfielder exposing us when he gave the ball away further up the pitch.

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  22. Scott Parker was too good for West Ham and probably still is. If I were a West Ham fan I would be careful about mentioning the championship because that is the exact level of the manager and the team.

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    1. 10th place in 1st season up with a weak squad was luck then mate ?
      The 10 teams below us would have liked that spot

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  23. Scotty gave his all at West Ham and I was disgusted when a small minority booed him last season.He didn't want to play in the Championship at 30 years old and wanted to play European football with Spurs.He got his wish. Now on the last lap of his career he is going to play for QPR on a good salary and with Harry and will probably be back up next season. Good luck Scotty thanks for all the effort you put in at Upton Park.

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    1. You got what u deserved parker you judas c@#$

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  24. He did a decent job in his first season at spurs. He is older and injuries mean spurs now have better players, especially with the purchases. He gives it his all, and that is the main thing fans ask for. So good luck Scott

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  25. Parker was an excellent player for West Ham. I can only imagine you did not attend Upton Park during his period there as your article is not a reflection of reality. Successive player of the year awards were not for the player you describe. When he left it suited both parties so funds could be generated for West Ham to build a side capable of getting out of the Championship. Was Parker supposed to give up on a shot of European football and cementing an England place. Sorry but that has not happened since the days of Brooking, Bonds and Lampard senior. Sorry but you seem to be completely witless.

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  26. You West Ham Mug!You lot are a laughing stock so wind your necks in, you have no real rival's , your just a bunch of Parasites!

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    1. do you mean parasites as in signing ex-Liverpool players at reduced prices mate ?

      only in recent times Spurs have bought defoe, carrick and parker from west ham on the cheap following relegation.

      may want to think about that

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    2. It breaks my heart when simple grammatical rules can't be followed by an "adult" I guess you're (short for you are) dyslexic or perhaps just plain stupid?

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    3. the jealousy of a club getting the Olympic stadium and being the biggest club in London is a bitter pill to swallow, that's why Levy bribed people to spy on us and scuppered the bidding process, why would you do that if you had no intention of moving there, greedy little frumer.

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  27. This West Ham fan is not laughing would love him back as with light weights we have and now a injury prone winger the only fans laughing are Liverpool.......

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  28. Scott Parker was right in not continuing with west ham when they were relegated. He was the only and truly footballer west ham had in their team,who wanted to give his best. The other west ham players hardly showed his fighting spirit or tenacity. He was a broken man in spirit. His team of fellow professionals did not rise up to the massive challenge to avoid relegation. He left the team because he was disappointed and couldn't get over it. When the chance came to play for his dream club, a club, we hear presumably,has been supporting since his childhood.


    Guys Scott Parker is a true professional and the fact if he has chosen to play for qpr shows he wants to get into a team with a cause. He certainly will be a credit to any team. Let's not run him down and call him names. It's not fair. As a Spurs fan I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to Scott Parker for his contributions to our wonderful club. He is a footballer and a gentleman.

    Raj

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  29. Hilarious article!!!
    How bitter can one west ham fan be..
    The icing on The cake was trying to boast about andy carroll, one of The biggest flops in english footballing history, And a stewart downing, who is bot far behind, And who himself must be one of The worst players to ever represent england!!

    MY GOD MAN!!!!!!!!

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    1. Carroll one of the biggest flops in English football, you buffoon he is 24 yrs old, what a Muppet you are, when watching him fully fit and leading the line for England wont you feel a bit silly, and by signing a winger to provide the crosses we will see Stewart Downing's potential again, watch some football and think before you utter such drivel.

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    2. The same crosses he didn't put in at Liverpool for Carroll?

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  30. I reckon he's a better player than the 'author'. Probably a better writer too.

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  31. Lol, West Ham have been trying to sign him all summer but couldn't afford his wages, if you could of you'd be singing his praises now, and as for downing going to the World Cup hahahaha ha...

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    1. Spurs fans lol, so desperate and weird. Don't moan at us because you're forever in Arsenals shadow!
      We have never once tried to sign Parker it's just paper talk that morons believe.
      Parker is not good enough for our midfield anymore as it defends AND attacks to a man now

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  32. He had a poor season last time round, basically he's lost a yard of pace since the injury, gives alot of free kicks away as you say, mainly because his tackles are late. Spurs fan in case wondering. Parker did a good job for us first season.

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  33. did this clown mention Scottys assists and goals? then in the same article say the hammers are on the way up because they got carroll and downing? please tell me how many goals and assists they got in the last couple seasons, since after all unlike parker they're attacking players....
    these bloody west ham fans ayy......

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    1. We sold Parker at the right time to get value. The type of player he is was never going to go on much longer due to his age and injury history.
      He did well one season for Spurs but not that well as Spurs missed out on finishing above Arsenal. Like all fans Spurs were suckered in by his commitment but if arry had bought a more skilful mid then maybe spurs would've got champs league

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  34. According to The Independent 'West Ham are rivalling QPR for his signature', so you may want to hold that laughter...

    As a Hoop I'm not fussed about more back-up to Faurlin; Henry, Jenas, O'Neil and Granero are enough (Derry back from Millwall if needed, Diakite and M'bia are in the exit lounge).

    Like Richard Dunne, it's about (a much needed) change in squad culture using senior pro's Harry can trust.

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  35. Tottenham fans can go do one! No chance of west ham getting relegated this season! Atleast were trying to build and do as good as we can, unlike most clubs getting abu dhabi billionaire chucking in money for aload of good players that cant play together for shit!

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  36. Just shows you how far West Ham have yet to come if he chooses a Championship side over you!

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  37. I'm very disappointed by these poisonous statements. Scott Parker was a classy player at West Ham. At 32-33, he will do a great job for whoever he signs for.....

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  38. couldnt be bothered to read all this shit, but sounds like who ever wrote it is bitter and sad

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  39. The season we went down this man was the only reason I dragged myself to upton park every other weekend. Him leaving to go to spurs leaves a bitter taste in the mouth but I can't forget the performances he put in in a west ham shirt, the account you give above just sounds bitter and twisted and paints all west ham fans in a bad light. Good luck Scotty

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    1. Well said Nathan - HF, Fanno or Fanny to his friends - likes to stir it up a bit, and thinks he's being "controversial" whereas in fact, it's just a cry for help and the only way he can get replies on his blog. If his writing was up to scratch and he knew what he was talking about then he wouldn't have to resort to such obvious and puerile techniques.

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    2. I agree with Nathan completely. You know the phrase "If you can't say anything nice then don't say anything" - well here goes... So Scott went to Spurs - Get over it and move on! He's not the first is he? I wish all professional footballers, especially some in the Premier League, would emulate Scott Parker's total commitment and passion to his team, to give their absolute best for the whole game, every game. The author of the original article does not speak for all West Ham fans thank goodness. Rain or shine, rough with the smooth, good or bad, Scott gave us 100% effort week in week out, and he stirred-up our spirits in the stands, and on telly, and for this I am thankful and will always regard him as one of West Ham's greats. I witnessed this and it was a pleasure to watch him play then. I would gladly have him back even though his best years are probably behind him. We may not enjoy top four glory, and although that would be great, what I want to see is our players giving their best, all the time, on and off the pitch. You can't ask for more. Scott Parker is a modest family man in the public eye. As a sportsman and a gentleman, his conduct is exemplar. He is not vindictive or spiteful, he motivates and inspires his team but he is only human. I wish him well. (Alternatively consider Frank Lampard Junior when Chelsea play the Hammers...). The original author may make money from writing bitter spiteful articles like the one above, but to me it's negative, pointless, unjust and attention-seeking - typical if you want to join the gutter press. All the best Scott, remember the applause from the Hammers fans each week, win or lose, it's still ringing in my ears.

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  40. one of the poorest, most vindictive articles I've read. If you want to hate him for signing for rivals Spurs that's fine, but a character assassination of Parker - no mate.

    His job was to break up the play, win the ball and drive forward with it. And he did score some goals for west ham, inc some vital ones. Noble simply can't do the same job as Parker did, as hard as he tries.
    I've lost count of the number of times I've seen parker throw himself in front of a shot to stop a potential goal. No surprise he was the one on the end of the wall who always attacked/blocked free-kicks.
    Penalties ? I've seen Noble give away more, and sillier ones. Look at his stats for tackles, blocks, distance and passes. games aren't won simply in the opponents penalty area.
    Remember at Everton when Parker, already on the floor tried to head the ball away from an on-rushing Everton midfielder, risking a full-on kick in the face ? How on earth can you question his commitment.
    He wanted the move to spurs as they were kicking on for a top 4 spot and so he could remain in London and not uproot his family.
    Mug article

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    1. He didn't drive forward he drove in circles twonk

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  41. A good player doing hard work as defensive midfielder, but not a champagne Charlie type. A big improvement on Jermaine Jenas and always did his best - All you can ask. His age is the main reason that he should now be moved on!

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  42. Scott Parker is/was a good pro who always gives 100 per cent to his team right from his days at Charlton. Probably wasted some time at Chelskea but he did more than pretty much the rest of that gutless west ham team of that time put together to keep them up and I had no problem with him going to Spurs or anywhere else. He'd more than earned his corn at West Ham. And in the end despite all the vitriol on here from some - not all - Spurs fans, the Hammers have built a better team than they had then. We're not at Spurs level yet but then we don't have a billionaire in the Bahamas at the moment and even then their best player wants to go. All a bit of a shame really, and as for Downing...have to say I'm not sure, and everyone is quick to judge but ask villa fans and they'll say he was quality for them. Even some of the scousers have not damned the guy. What sticks in the throat for them, rightly, is that Dalglish was mad enough to pay 20m for him. On that basis, if he gets fit, 5m seems pretty good business. Ditto with Carroll.

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  43. Oh Fanny you're so sweet, your ickle little counter is back, how reassuring that must be.

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    1. LOL Turds Out, an anti Parker post was guaranteed to make you break cover. I don't need the counter, BlogSpot provide a full break down of traffic to the site and to each individual thread. It also shows which countries the traffic comes from.

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    2. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ pathetic pedant alert

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  44. As a QPR fan, its a pity we can't put Rednapp up for sale. Poor old Tony Fernandes gets the wool pulled over his eyes every day, firsty by his Chief (non) Executive Philip Beard (him of that white elephant the O2 Arena) and now by dear old Arry. Mark Hughes was the biggested "PRAT" of a manager we ever had, closely followed by Arry. You've heard the saying about money burning a hole in your pocket, wheeler-dealer Arry must think he's gone to heaven and won the lottery. I remember a film called TOM THUMB back in the late 50's/early 60's, there is a scene between Peter Sellers and Terry Thomas when they count out a bag of gold coins. Quote " One (1) for you, one (1) for me. Two (1) for two and two (2)for me, etc, etc. (Look it up on You Tube). Reminds me of some of Arry's dealings.

    Just don't like the look of dear old Scotty Dog. Would prefer to keep Barton, at least you know what you'll get. Good luck West Ham as he could be the QPR player to make way for Arr'ys Lap Dog!

    Come on U RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR's. hic, hic.

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  45. Only thing people are laughing at is this article. Parker was a revelation at Spurs during his first season, he played some exceptional games sat in front of the back 4 breaking down attacks. There were some games the opposition simply couldn't get through him. Granted he has been declining, but he was still well worth the money.

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    1. Lol that's how you got Champs league, oh wait...

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  46. why always so bitter he left 2 seasons back and yet you are harping aboutit bit wasteful really

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  47. WHAT A LOAD OF CRAP
    SCOT PARKER PLAYED HI HEART OUT FOR WEST HAM UNLIKE SOME I COULD MENTION .
    FAIR ENOUGH HE WANTED TO STAY IN THE PREM AND WANTED THE MONEY .
    ANY OF US WOULD HAVE DONE IT .
    THERE IS NO LOYALTY IN FOOTBALL AND THERE HASNT BEEN FOR YEARS .

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  48. Hey!!!! That's it!!!!!
    I find your comment about Bournemouth quite offensive.

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    1. i find your mum offensive so do one.

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  49. He said he wanted prem to get in England, going down now shows he leaves only for money.
    West Ham have moved on anyway, most of us fans would not want him back and for the record we never made a bid it's just paper talk that morons believe c

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  50. Whilst this article is undoubtedly an embarrassing rant from a fellow West Ham fan, the subsequent bickering is nothing short of pathetic. The facts are that whilst at West Ham, Parker was superb, he went to Spurs where he was also a very good player. He's now two years older and not the player he once was. If he goes to QPR or another Premiership side, good luck to him. It's time to move on and enjoy the improved squad that Big Sam is building.

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    1. Hairy fan can't move on though. This whole blag is a lifetime of bitterness in words. Even he knows how sad it looks but he just can't help it. Let the bile do the talkin'. So much easier than having to put some effort in.

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  51. I like to eat cheese.

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    1. just as well your dad never washes his tackle then ain't it?

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  52. Good luck in the champs league Spurs, good job you had Parker to get you there. Oh no 2 seasons 2 collapses!
    Anyone who goes to the games will have seen Parker was loved due to his heart but he always ruined breaks by going in circles and lacked a good brain to take up decent positions.

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  53. Parker played like a school boy, sliding in all the time and rolling round like a tart when he got fouled. He was great one season for us because he was in avram grants useless team, and he spent most of the time doing last minute tackles because we were shat. He was good for us at the time but never a legend and would not get a look in our team now. This is why only teams that are going to struggle in the prem are looking at him. This does not include west ham as we have never bid

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