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13 May 2006

I’m forever blowing bubbles

I was born and brought up in East London and have supported West Ham for as long as I can remember. Though they've never been super successful, I've always loved their footballing philosophy - their enthusiasm and the way they always try to play attractive football.

Today a young and newly-promoted West Ham side played against Liverpool in their first FA Cup Final for 26 years. And lost. On penalties.

It was a thrilling game and they played so well; played their hearts out and very nearly won, leading 3-2 at the very end of the match before Steven Gerrard scored an incredible equaliser on the stroke of full time. And then they hit the post in extra time.

And I know it will mean nothing to them tonight, but this afternoon they really did themselves, their club and their supporters proud.

I'm still gutted though.


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Oh poor you! My cousin is a West Ham fan too and I absolutely hate Liverpool! I support Man U! Don't hate me for it!

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Arsenal lost!!!!!
And my brother was there! Oh tee hee!

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