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Pub Bigot 2:17 Mon Mar 11
West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
What are your memories of our former Aussie skipper? For me, right man at the time, a good leader and I'll always remember the ball to Zamora which ended up over Jens Lehman's head and into the net during our 'Great Escape' season.

Limited player, ex Millwall of course, a mercenary in every sense of the word, tough as nails and I think his leadership qualities helped shape Mark Noble's role as a leader.

Ultimately I have fond memories, but a bit of an unsung hero during his time with us, yet a vital member of the Curbishley era.

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normannomates 5:54 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Mallard 7.06

ONE OF SOLDOS MATES?

CURTAINS IF SO

normannomates 5:51 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Charleyfarley 06.41

Hahaha

Nothing needs adding

normannomates 5:46 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
sven 09.17

normannomates 5:41 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Lower than a snakes belly.. I like that.

normannomates 5:37 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
SOLDO will find a way pal..

He is the oracle

normannomates 5:33 Wed Mar 13
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
boleyn8420

I rated the cunt as a leader of men.. Was a canny full back.. Knew the coo..
Were a poorer side when he left..

BUT HE PLAYED FOR BLACKBURN ROVERS..AND IS A MATE OF SOLDO.. THAT I CANNOT FORGIVE.



AS FOR CARRAGHER..

boleyn8420 1:43 Tue Mar 12
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
I did not think that my opinion of scousers, lower than a snake's belly anyway, could possible get any lower. Then I read that excerpt from that massive cunt Carragher's autobiography and that really does sum him up. Spits at little girls but thinks he is really hard cos a couple of scouse pussies thinks that a tackle that broke his leg needed retribution. Can I remind the scouse toe-rag that in his profession that he got highly paid for that tackles and injuries are part and parcel of the game. But not apparently for this cunt he thinks he can orchestrate a 'hit' on a player who tackled him. Cunt of the highest order and that's saying something, it makes him King of the Scousers, well done Carragher

eusebiovic 11:52 Tue Mar 12
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
His replacement as Captain - Matt Upson also had the turning circle of an oil tanker

ChesterRd 1:19 Tue Mar 12
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Towelgate at Stoke was mildly amusing

Great captain, but slower than an oil tanker.

Only Nolan has come remotely close in the captaincy stakes since

REALGSA 1:05 Tue Mar 12
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Always gave a penalty away

Jim C 9:17 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Nearly getting smacked fully in the face with the ball at Upton Park when he booted a clearance into the stand. I managed to deflect it away and he put his hand up in apology.

My mate's comment was something along the lines of "shame you can't save them like that when you try to play in goal". He had a point to be fair.

Sven Roeder 9:17 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Sky should invite him on Monday Night Football so he can break Carraghers other leg.
Sums Carragher up that he didn’t sort it out himself but hid behind some Scouse gangsters

Mex Martillo 8:22 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
He was another Arnautovic, good player, but gready wanker that screws the team up with high wage demands. I did not miss him at all.

Vexed 8:13 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
He was really good. Just what we needed. That he broke Carraghers leg is a feather in his cap.

On The Ball 8:08 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Liverpool spread word that he took loads of money to join us, but he actually took less than Liverpool were offering and they didn't like it. The press was always full of £80k (IIRC), but he was on £34k.

Godwinson 7:41 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
I liked his attitude but he gave away more free kicks and penalties than Igor Stimac. He loved a tug of the shirt, did Lucas.

eusebiovic 7:23 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
I think we've all come across mouthy types who try and intimidate and threaten by saying things like they know "people"

It was pretty common when I was growing up...not so much now

That sort of thing happens without fanfare...nobody brags about it

mallard 7:06 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
I hate the Scouse cunt even more after reading that.
He would have given the go-ahead if that other player wasn’t there !! Who the fuck does he think he is !!

Russ of the BML 6:59 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
Solid player. Limited by his pace and hard as nails and a dependable and reliable leader. Never went hiding.

By the way, if Carragher thinks he gets Kudos for that bollocks in his book then it shows him up for the wanker he is. Fucking embarrassing scouse cunt.

New Jersey 6:53 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
If Carragher was a man he would have confronted Neill and sorted it out himself. His level is spitting at little girls, sums up scousers really!

charleyfarley 6:41 Mon Mar 11
Re: West Ham Memories - Lucas Neill
From Carragher's autobiography:-

When my leg was broken in an horrific tackle by Lucas Neill in September 2003, my mates were ready to hunt him down if I gave the go-ahead.

A few weeks later I received a phone call. “You won’t believe this, Jay. We’re in the Trafford Centre and Lucas Neill is walking straight towards us. What do you reckon?”

Did I really want Neill to take a crack? “There’s only one problem,” added the voice. “Little Davey Thommo is with him.”

That was that. I could hardly let one of my best mates, David Thompson, now a Blackburn player, become a witness to an assault. Besides he’d have recognised the attackers. The impromptu mission was aborted and I sent a text to Thommo telling him Neill should give him a hug of thanks.

As word got back to Blackburn about the near miss, or should that be hit, their coach Terry Darracott, a Scouser, appealed to one of my friends to call the boys off. I agreed.

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