Zamora apparently doesn't care about his new club
By Wes Evans
Monday 04 Aug 2008 13:48:00
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Bobby Zamora, the player some of you may remember as a West Ham striker just a few weeks ago, has spoken out against his former club...again.

One gets the feeling he's not really that bothered about joining Fulham, given that he's pretty much said he loves the club he's left so much he was considering sitting under a bridge on a regular basis scaring billy goats.

Not that we're comparing Zamora to a troll, he's a lovely looking fella, but it would be a fun career as an alternative to football.

Sadness

"West Ham is my club and the team I always wanted to play for, but football is a business now," wept Zamora to the Daily Star, wiping his eyes using a hankerchief with a picture of someone who looked suspiciously like Alan Curbishley on it.

"It was hard for me to leave as I am a West Ham fan and love the club dearly because I had some brilliant years there"

Zamora then had to go and sit in a room filled with LG washing machines for a while, as he remembered the reason he left in the first place.

"I had it in writing that they would give me a contract but it didn't happen. The club unfortunately changed their mind," he sniffed, while humming a tune about some bubbles bursting like his dreams.

"They accepted the bid and that sort of says a lot and I was no longer needed."

Rumours this reminded Zamora of when he was transferred from his swimming club, at the tender age of 3, after failing the breast-stroke timing have now proved to be unfounded.

"It must be a little unsettling for a few of the lads there and I know Rob Green has come out and said something similar.

"I was sad to leave but this is another chapter in my career and hopefully I will get a chance to play a lot more football."

Ah yes Bobby, the football part of it all. You became a saleable asset, and a football club seized its chance to move you on.

Heart

No doubt the lad's heart remains at the Boleyn Ground, but £5 million is good business in anyone's book, and we all hope he does superbly well for the Cottagers, as he was a great servant to the club.

"When the ball hits your head, and you sit in Row Z...that's Zamora..."

Only joking Bobby, we'll all remember the goals you've scored over the years, and thanks for sticking with the club in the dark times too...now where's that Curbishley hankerchief when you need it...

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