2006–07 West Ham United F.C. season

2006–07 West Ham United F.C. Season

2006–07 West Ham United F.C. season

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The team started the 2006-2007 campaign brightly, but slipped down the table due to off the field distractions. West Ham were knocked out from UEFA Cup by Italian Serie A side Palermo (0-1 and 0-3) and saw themselves dragged into the relegation zone.

Eventually an Icelandic consortium, led by Eggert Magnússon, bought the club on 26 November 2006. Following a poor run of form leaving the club in 17th position (despite the signing of big name players like Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tévez, who both failed to perform to expectation for much of the season), the new owners sacked Alan Pardew, replacing him with former West Ham player Alan Curbishley who had recently ended a 15-year spell in charge of Charlton. Curbishley's first game was at home against Manchester United that the team won 1-0. However, The Hammers then drew at Craven Cottage in their next game and continued to struggle, being subsequently trounced 6-0 by newly promoted side Reading, and knocked out of the FA cup by the rock bottom team Watford. An end-to-end thriller at home to Spurs ended with West Ham losing 4-3 in the last seconds of the game having been 3-2 in front with minutes to play, but the bright performance signified a change...
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