West Ham United actually have an outside chance to finish in the top six in the English Premier League at the end of the season, and the return of star striker Bobby Zamora from injury is welcoming news for manager Alan Curbishley. It is also a sweet melody to the club’s reserve team manager Kevin Keen who says:
He has been out a long while and it is good he is back. Bobby is an outstanding athlete. In my opinion he is one of the best forwards in the Premier League when he is fit and I have told him that on many occasions. We have just got to be a bit careful as to when we bring him back. We haven’t got a game this weekend and then we play Fulham away but he could be a real diamond to have in the run-in for Curbs (manager Alan Curbishley). He can really turn games, he can score goals. I don’t want to speak too highly of him because he is a big enough character anyway.
Zamora has been out of all footballing action since late August with a knee problem but is now ready to take to the pitch. Indeed Zamora is massively important to the Hammers.