well, the seasons over and its a complete travesty west ham are still up. the smoggies couldn't find eleven players - let alone fans - a few season back and were duly docked 3 points and were relegated, yet west ham turned into peckham united and delboyed up tevez, who saved them despite having 10 lead weights in jobserve shirts to cart around the pitch. not even harry redknapp would've have had the brass neck to try that and expect to escape with a slap on the wrist. had it all been above board, i'd have applauded such a fantastic escape. the plot alone made 'escape to victory' sound plausible, and puts portsmouths escape last season to shame. mind you, has there been any true justice in football the bottom three would'be been fulham, city and middlesbrough - three teams that would've embarassed the ryman leagues this season. sheffield united and watford - well okay, neil warnock and aidy boothroyd - were a delight to have in the premiership, and hopefully they'll bounce right back up. warnock never minced his words, and boothroyd managed to convey the childish delight that top flights footies supposed to be about - not overpaid petulant pansies falling around like pissed-up anorexics on a gusty day.