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Hahnemann speaks ahead of West Ham dogfight

American shot stopper Marcus Hahnemann is ready for a scrap against West Ham.

With both sides battling for Premier League survival it isn't going to be a classic for the football elitists.

Zola might want to play attractive football, but if they don't pick up points soon his side could be playing it in the Championship come next season. Especially if we can pick up the win at their place.

'It's going to be a dogfight - a definite six-pointer,' Marcus Hahnemann told Wolves Official Website.

He added: 'It's an away game but we've picked up four points from our last two away games so it seems like anything is a bonus now.

'If we could get a result, it would be fantastic.

Vital Wolves Comment: With just one point separating Wolves and West Ham, there is no other way to describe this game but as a six pointer and with West Ham on a losing streak that has last four games. It is the perfect time to play them.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 23 2010

Time: 11:00AM

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Hey lads, good luck against the spammers and I hope you guys put them to the sword, stay in the prem and look forward to a trip to a molineux trip next year, plus I want to at least see a spurs goal scored against mick's wolves
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23/03/2010 11:51:00

I'd give you a goal now if it meant we were definatley playing you next season lol. I think it is destined to be Robbie Keane who gets the next Spurs goal against us..... :-( Can we have him back ha ha
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