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Saturday, 14 May 2011

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Members of the Hammers Choir

Britain's chances in the Eurovision Song Contest were shot well over the bar with West Ham's late entry.

The massed choir of the Bobby Moore Stand will be singing 'I'm for ever Blowing Bubbles' with the well known Bubble Girls supplied by David Gold. Manager Avram Grant is to be awarded a special prize as the first Manager ever to coach a different team to the bottom place in the Premier League on consecutive seasons, before conducting the choir with his well known flamboyant smile.

'I really don't deserve all these accolades' he said 'the praise should go to the choir!'

The West Ham Choir wearing T Shirts claiming 'Hammers Till We Die' will be fairly elderly in the main but will be joined in one chorus by the youthful Redknapp/Lampard Family Ensemble farting melodically.

Bookies currently have 'Bubbles' as favourites for nul points but the sensational Bubbles Girls who will be bursting onto the scene could make the Hammers the unlikely winners!

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