Bobby Zamora posts Twitter message ahead of West Ham clash v Tottenham
By Amir Mir
Former Premier League striker Bobby Zamora has stated that he only has love for West Ham ahead of their clash against Tottenham on Friday night.
Slaven Bilic’s side will welcome the title chases to the London Stadium, looking to dent their rivals’ chances of catching Chelsea in the table.
Spurs have won nine league matches on the bounce and go into this tricky fixture full of confidence.
By contrast, the Hammers have not won a game since the start of April when they beat relegation-threatened Swansea 1-0.
Ahead of the Friday night game, the now retired Zamora sent this Twitter message to both of his former clubs.
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“Played for both West Hand Tottenham,” Zamora wrote on his personal Twitter account. “Scored for both in this London derby. But love only one.⚒”
— Bobby Zamora (@RobertZamora25) May 5, 2017
During his brief career at the Lane, Zamora only lasted one season at the club after making the switch from Brighton during the summer of 2003.
He was more successful at West Ham where he found the back of the net on 38 occasions for the east London outfit.
During his career, Zamora represented four different London clubs, including Spurs, West Ham, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.
Added to that, he earned two England caps during his playing days, making his debut in 2010 at the age of 29.
He will be hoping the Hammers can pull off an upset and ensure they are safe for this season as one more point will help them to the 40 point mark.
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