Zola says win is all down to Curbishley
By Harry Amber-Mitchell
Saturday 20 Sep 2008 18:41:00
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New Hammers boss Gianfranco Zola, while happy to have recorded his first win in such emphatic style, put the victory down to the departed boss:

"In one week I'd like to say we did something to these guys but to be fair to them it's down to them and what Alan Curbishley did so far," chattered the teeny Italian.

His gestures and animation on the touchline might have shown his passion to the fans early on, but he was also quick to show his humble side with comments about the old management.

However, next up is Watford in the Carling Cup, where the Hammers are expected to progress a good few rounds at least.

And then a short trip across London to face Fulham in the Premier League, where West Ham will be hoping to break their away duck in the league this year.

Oh, and it won't be too far away from Stamford Bridge... will anyone be feeling nostalgic?

You WILL both buy me a new phone...or else I'll tell people you wrote that match report on the toilet when you got home...oops.

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