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Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt

Alan 12:42 Thu Sep 6
Byram done his cruciate?

Hammers defender in bad injury blow

Sam Byram is on his way back to West Ham after suffering what appears to be a serious injury whilst on loan at Nottingham Forest.

The news was first broken on his radio show last night bt ExWHUemployee and this morning the club has confirmed that the right back was indeed injured in the weekend game against Brentford.

Sam produced an brilliant tackle during the match but was then helped from the field after it became clear that he was struggling badly from the clash.

And a Hammers insider revealed this morning that he is now on his way back to the West Ham for a medical assessment but that the signs are not good for the 24 year old who has had a dreadful time with injuries over the past couple of years.

We were told it looked likely this was a cruciate knee injury and that it would of course require surgery although there were no certainties until the medical staff has run the rule of the defender.

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Russ of the BML 4:42 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Byram quite clearly is not good enough nor strong enough for football at he top level.

franksfat&slow&wank 4:41 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
is this poor fucker related to Carroll?

Vexed 2:49 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Elliot Ward. Another player that was vastly overrated on here. Very much like Tomkins. Both bob average at best.

, 2:26 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Still a WHU link with Nottingham teams. Chris Cohen, who I saw make his first team debut for us as a 16 year old, is the U23 team manager at Fores since his injuries forced him to retire at 31. And over the road at County Elliott Ward, who partnered Anton in the last half season of Pardew’s promotion year push, has just joined on a free.

El Scorchio 2:09 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Fulham in his debut for us.
Reading at the end of his loan season (kept him out for MONTHS when he joined permanently)
Did hamstring against Bournemouth.

There's probably a couple more, but you are right- he doesn't seem to actually go off injured much during matches, just does it all in training.

Sven Roeder 1:51 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Seems his injuries are endless.
From what I recall they have all happened in match situations which is just unfortunate

I may be wrong but I can’t recall ever seeing Andy Carroll suffer an injury in a match.

El Scorchio 1:50 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Shame for him if true.

Seems like one of those players who is going to have a career full of injuries.

terry-h 1:29 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Some of it was fake news gph.
Byram didn't play against Brentford at the weekend. He did his knee last mid week in the Caraboa Cup against Newcastle. He played the first half, assisted Forest's first goal, and did indeed make a great tackle leading to his knee injury just before half time.
I thought he played very well in that 45 minutes and feel sorry for his continuing bad luck with injuries. I hope it's not as bad as feared but it did look ominous at the time.

gph 1:08 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Now this is fake news.

"Brilliant tackle"

Vexed 1:06 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
The kindest thing to do would be to humanely destroy him. Tomorrow.

Eddie B 12:44 Thu Sep 6
Re: Byram done his cruciate?
Fuck me, this fella is made of balsawood.

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