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Roque solid

Roque solid

WEST HAM V BLACKBURN

West Ham don't look like the steadiest ship this season, losing 3-0 to Man City last week and now losing Anton Ferdinand to Sunderland will have rocked their boat.

Blackburn in contrast filed an impressive win at Everton to open their account and can count themselves unlucky not to have got a further 3 points against a tricky Hull side last week.

Furthermore, they have been blessed with Roque Santa Cruz signing a contract extension. The Peruvian striker was prolific last season and looks as sharp as ever this year.

Having been a hairs breadth away from goals in the first 2 games suggests he's due a hatful against a weakened defence this weekend.

Back Roque Santa Cruz to score at anytime, 9/4 www.oddschecker.com




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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 29 2008

Time: 4:58PM

Your Comments

Roque AIN'T PERUVIAN!! He is from PARAGUAY (Peru hasn't been in a World Cup in 40 years, and PARAGUAY has been in the last 3!..how can you guys not where Roque is from) I demand formall apologize for hurting my feelings ;)
diegoveron
Michael Turner kept him quiet last week
tomo27tigers
lol its not us matey, its the site staff, as for you tomo, robbo ripped you to shreds lol
sasman
That he did Tomo, you can keep a man quiet once, but when we nip back up to the KC next time... you'll wish you hadnt seen him twice!!
MikeyGamst
they will beat us they allways do
Lets Do The Samba
 

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