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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:12 Sat May 19
Ginge released by email
Fucking disgrace

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angryprumphs 2:12 Sat May 26
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Rangers fans would love him, he would be a beast in that league.

swindon hammer 1:34 Sat May 26
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Might be heading to Rangers according to reports.

Darby_ 7:19 Wed May 23
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Personally I'd like to see him back as backup on reduced wages. I've always thought that he was a bit under-rated. I'm sure Manuel reads WHO, so make it happen, senor.

Far Cough 6:33 Wed May 23
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Gold also opened the door on a return to the club for defender James Collins, whose contract expires in June.

The 34-year-old former Wales defender was told on e-mail that he would not be given a new deal.

However Gold says he also spoke to the centre-back about his departure.

"You have to do that. What the league and the FA demand when you release a player is that you must send an email to the player and a copy to the Premier League and the FA," Gold added.

"You can still bring James back. It's the manager's decision, we could re-employ James tomorrow.

"But I did speak to James on the basis that he might not be coming back, we had a conversation."

BBC

w4hammer 5:54 Wed May 23
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i think it was the right time to part, and with the new manager definately. Just could have been handled alot better

Jaan Kenbrovin 5:46 Wed May 23
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Shitty end for him, whether he was spoken to or not before the email.

Should easily find another club though as he could have another season or two in him, but right time for us to move on and maybe give Reece Oxford a chance at CB.

Can imagine he’ll make a decent coach or manager in the future, so maybe he’ll be back one day.

goose 5:41 Wed May 23
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gutted.

expect him to rock up at Cardiff City very soon.

it's only good business if we replace him with someone better.

franksfat&slow&wank 5:37 Wed May 23
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SHAME but probably the right decision

It feels like Reid is just as reliable when it comes to niggles etc so with that in mind I'd have to consider what we do with him albeit several years younger

I'd prefer to stick with Rice and Oggy and move the others on if we can actually sell them

Rossal 5:28 Wed May 23
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Ginge on instagram just now

'Its official i will be leaving West Ham on June 30th...Heartbroken'

Trevor B 5:28 Wed May 23
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gingercollins19It official I will be leaving West Ham on June 30th... Heartbroken 💔


Decision left to the manager, as it should be. I hope he returns one day in a coaching capacity, if that's what he has planned for when he retires from playing.

AKA ERNIE 12:22 Wed May 23
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I believe him until ginge comes out and dents it

Jose+ 12:17 Wed May 23
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WELL IF HE SAYS SO THEN IT MUST BE TRUE.









For the record, I don't believe even our club would be so inept as to release Collins by email.

AKA ERNIE 12:15 Wed May 23
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David Gold just confirmed ginge was spoken to before email was sent out

wanstead_hammer 3:09 Tue May 22
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They do love sending out a waiting list email.

Lily Hammer 2:45 Tue May 22
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Is tehre not a way of calling a match "The James Collins Charity Match," where the taxman can be dodged that way?

Say it's not a testimonial, just pure charity. Isn't there a tax break for charity matches?

Normal testimonials raise money for players, who usually choose to give to charity, but surely there is a way around this if Collins picks his cause first, and the club arrange it as a charity fundraiser.

Mr Anon 2:30 Tue May 22
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testimonials are going to be rare now as stingy Daves would have to pay all the overheads

Trevor B 2:29 Tue May 22
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bushey

the problem with a testimonial is that you do have to have ten years consecutive service to obtain the tax break from HMRC, added to this the extra cost of hiring the stadium, staff etc etc etc would mean that there would likely be very little, if anything, left for Collins' chosen charity. presuming that he would donate it to charity of course.

busheyhammer85 2:25 Tue May 22
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It's the right time for him to leave.

The way it was handled was a disgrace.

He deserved a testimonial in my opinion. I would have even bothered to attend the Stratford Bowl for it.

scott_d 2:19 Tue May 22
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What I don't understand is how we can sing songs about two players playing the West Ham Way and they are both completely different players in practically every way?

I like Collins and he's been a great servant to the club.

If he stays then great.
If he leaves then it's no big deal.

VirginiaHam 2:14 Tue May 22
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13 appearances is a bit of a wake up call.

VirginiaHam 2:12 Tue May 22
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:26 Tue May 22

"21 year old trundler". Try 20 year old.

I was unaware of the conversation between Collins and whomever told the Ginge about what the new manager might or might not do.

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