Bristol City hilariously hit back at Simon Jordan with video of British rapper Dave after his West Ham analogy – THE INFORMANTI

Bristol City produced a hilarious response to Simon Jordan’s comments on West Ham potentially facing the Robins next season.

The former Crystal Palace owner was discussing the Hammers’ current plight that has seen them drop to 16th place this season – one point above the bottom three.

Simon Jordan referenced Bristol City when speaking about West Ham’s current plight

But there has been contrasting fortunes in the Europa Conference League with David Moyes’s side winning all six group stage games games before seeing off AEK Larnaca 2-0 in Thursday night’s Round of 16 first leg tie.

Discussing where West Ham’s priorities should lie, talkSPORT host Jordan stated that staying in the Premier League should be the club’s main focus or they will find themselves playing Bristol City away next season.

Speaking on the White and Jordan show, he suggested: “Surely the cream of being in the Premier League is far more?

“I know they want a trophy, I know that trophies mean something but is that going to be a consolation when you’re playing Bristol City away?”

In a hilarious response, the Championship club responded to talkSPORT’s Twitter post containing Jordan’s comments with a clip of British rapper Dave uttering some of their own sentiments.

In the clip from his track entitled Funky Friday, Dave’s lyrics say: “At this age, how are them man still hating?”

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The video garnered a solid response from the club’s followers who enjoyed the light hearted humour.

The Robins sit in 13th place in the Championship and appear likely to preserve their status ahead of next season.

Therefore a meeting of the two clubs will depend on West Ham’s ability to avoid the drop.

Moyes’ side face Aston Villa at the London Stadium on Sunday as they look to win back-to-back home matches in the Premier League.


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