Wednesday, January 31, 2007

West Ham United boss remains hopeful

A 2-1 home defeat to Liverpool leaves the Hammers rooted firmly in the bottom three, two points adrift of safety and seven behind Premiership new boys Sheffield United who lie in seventeenth place. "We have to start winning. We've got into some winning positions but not won games of late, said Curbishley. "There's still hope, we've got some big games coming up against teams that are above and around us and it's vital we win those. The Londoners face a trip to Aston Villa next weekend before welcoming fellow strugglers Watford to Upton Park for their single home game of February, and then travel to Charlton Athletic for a real six-pointer. .

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