Somehow the previous post wont open and I'm not sure why. I've got a suspicion but it's still very early in the morning and I'm about to rush out, so I'm going to ask someone else to have a look. If it is what I think it is, I'm quite impressed, but I'm not sure it is.
Anyway, for that I apologise, but I don't apologise for Paul Lambert. He's going to get a little more time by the looks of things, because he's still got a job and I guess that starts at West Ham at the weekend. The good thing about West Ham at the weekend is that we know they're going to lose soon, we're desperate for a win and sometimes luck falls for us that way.
But this is actually one of the worst matches we can win because West Ham are fifth and some people will really think that we're beating the fifth best side in the country when in truth, Sam Allardyce has one of these runs every season and sometimes twice a season. It's going to come to an end soon and for many, if it comes this weekend, Lambert will be the best thing ever.
And that there is my post. It's getting done for two reasons, to update the site but also to move away from the previous post that will get looked at soon. But Lambert keeps his job and West Ham is up next. Now that I write about it I'm starting to think that the club just cant wait for that win every three or four games that we're going to get. It's that win that makes things work in the media department.
And it's that win that gives breathing space to Lerner and people at the club. The worst thing that could happen is Lambert wins three in a row; they'll probably name a stand after him.
For the record, I still think he's going to get sacked, it just surprises me that the club haven't figured that out yet.