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Sport Bookie: Rat puzzled by West Ham’s injury ‘curse’
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 28 January 2014 02:03
Pay per head and bookmakers UK services saw that this season, Sam Allardyce had no choice but to contend with the absence of several players at Upton Park, with a depleted defence.
Sport bookies were very concerned when they found out that Guy Demel suffered a concussion in the much-needed 2-0 win on Saturday against fellow Premier League strugglers Cardiff City, and then, to make things worse, James Tomkins was sent off.
Bookmakers UK and pay per head services learned that Tomkins will serve a suspension – joining on the sidelines influential centre-back Winston Reid – while Joey O’Brien and James Collins were also injured.
Newcastle United will be hosted by West Ham in the top flight on Saturday and Rat, Romania international, called on the players who are available to pull together, just like they did at Cardiff.
He told the club’s official website: “It’s like a curse! Every game we seem to get another injury, I don’t know what we can do. The players that are fit have to be strong and try to get good results.
“We have not had much luck, so let’s hope that it is starting to come back to us after Saturday.
“It’s a good thing for us that Andy Carroll is back. He will give us a boost as he is the main man up front.
“He will get fitter and better with every game he plays.”
Bookmakers UK and price per head services saw that with their win last weekend, Allardyce’s players moved out of the bottom three, but sport bookies found out that full-back Rat is not focusing to the table.
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“I don’t think about the bottom three, I just think to have back-to-back wins, just to play well and get a good result against Newcastle. That’s the main thing,” he added.