Tag Archive | "football feeds"

West Brom players disappointed about Alan Irvine’s departure – video

West Bromwich Albion’s assistant head coach, Rob Kelly, discusses the departure of Alan Irvine as the team prepares for trip to West Ham on Thursday. Kelly says the team is disappointed that Irvine has gone and discusses the Baggies’ prospects against Sam Allardyce’s West Ham Continue reading…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Brom players disappointed about Alan Irvine’s departure – video

Sam Allardyce: QPR loan target Mauro Zárate not good enough for West Ham

• QPR want Argentinian striker on loan until end of the season • Allardyce: he hasn’t played well enough to feature as much as he’d like • Zárate: I now have chance to play for coach who has faith in me Sam Allardyce has defended himself against claims he overlooked Mauro Zárate for personal reasons and explained his decision to allow the striker to join Queens Park Rangers on loan until the end of the season…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Sam Allardyce: QPR loan target Mauro Zárate not good enough for West Ham

QPR to sign Mauro Zárate on loan from West Ham until end of season

• Argentinian striker frustrated at lack of first-team action • ‘I now have the chance to play for a coach who has faith in me’ • West Ham announce record profits of more than £10m Sam Allardyce has confirmed that Mauro Zárate is set to move to Queens Park Rangers on loan from West Ham United until the end of season. Zárate, who was having a medical at QPR on Tuesday, …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on QPR to sign Mauro Zárate on loan from West Ham until end of season

West Ham announce record profits of more than £10m

• David Sullivan says he is ‘satisfied with achievements’ • Match report: West Ham 1-2 Arsenal West Ham have recorded pre-tax profits of over £10m and the joint-chairman David Sullivan has said he is “satisfied with the achievements” the club have made. West Ham are sixth in the Premier League heading into the new year, only two points off a Champions League qualifying position. Continue reading…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Ham announce record profits of more than £10m

Arsenal match against West Ham ‘a fight’, says Arsène Wenger – video

Arsène Wenger and Sam Allardyce give their reactions after Arsenal beat West Ham United 2-1 at at Upton Park on Sunday. Arsène Wenger says Arsenal deserved to win. West Ham manager, Sam Allardyce, says the loss is a blow. He says West Ham midfielder Alex Song’s disallowed goal should not have been ruled out Continue reading…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Arsenal match against West Ham ‘a fight’, says Arsène Wenger – video

Arsène Wenger seeking consistency as Arsenal move towards top four

• Arsenal could go fourth with victory at West Ham • Wenger’s men have won six of past seven visits to Upton Park • Olivier Giroud suspended after red card against QPR There was something notable about the way Arsène Wenger highlighted consistency as being the quality Arsenal require more than any other if they are to climb into the Premier League’s top four. There was authority and certainty in his voice, a tangible sense that he has been here and seen …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Arsène Wenger seeking consistency as Arsenal move towards top four

Sam Allardyce believes West Ham can punish Arsenal’s defence

• Allardyce: West Ham have turned Upton Park into fortress again • ‘You have to be good enough on the ball to get at them’ • Match report: Chelsea 2 West Ham United 0 Sam Allardyce believes his West Ham United team can exploit Arsenal’s defence and inflict a first defeat on them at Upton Park in more than eight years to strengthen his own team’s pursuit of European qualification. Arsenal’s Boxing Day victory over Queens Park Rangers moved them to within a point …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Sam Allardyce believes West Ham can punish Arsenal’s defence

Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic was ‘looking for a penalty’, claim West Ham

• Serb tumbles under challenge of Andy Carroll • West Ham players react angrily to ‘tumble’ • Match report: Chelsea 2-0 West Ham United Chelsea continue to be dogged by accusations that their players tumble too easily to the turf after Sam Allardyce claimed Branislav Ivanovic “went down looking for a penalty” as the home side maintained their three-point advantage at the top with a 2-0 victory . Ivanovic fell after a clash with Andy Carroll in first-…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic was ‘looking for a penalty’, claim West Ham

Chelsea 2-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Chelsea, for a few hours a least, can enjoy a six-point advantage at the top. Their only home fixture of the festive season had seemed a horribly awkward occasion in the buildup but actually ended more of a breeze with West Ham United, so resplendent in fourth, deflated and defeated. All that alleged “19th-century football” had earned Sam Allardyce’s side a draw here back in January. A more expansive brand yielded nothing at all. …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Chelsea 2-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Chelsea’s José Mourinho regrets ‘stupid and silly’ criticism of West Ham

• Mourinho claimed West Ham play ‘19th-century football’ • Chelsea manager hails work of West Ham’s Sam Allardyce • Chelsea’s Fernando Torres set to rejoin Atlético Madrid José Mourinho has described his criticism that West Ham played “19th-century football” at Stamford Bridge last season as “stupid, silly words” and lavished praise on the impact made by his opposite number, Sam Allardyce, as the teams prepare to meet again on…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Chelsea’s José Mourinho regrets ‘stupid and silly’ criticism of West Ham

West Ham’s Stewart Downing finds another answer against Leicester City

• Sam Allardyce: he’s showing great class and great ability • West Ham manager also confirms interest in Doneil Henry • Match report: West Ham 2-0 Leicester City Rewind to August 2011, Stewart Downing’s debut for Liverpool and one of those “what if?” moments that briefly gave the Anfield crowd hope that signing him for £20m was going to be an astute piece of business. Liverpool were beating Sunderland 1-0 when Downing collected the ball on the right flank, beat three…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Ham’s Stewart Downing finds another answer against Leicester City

West Ham United v Leicester City: match preview

West Ham United will be confident of continuing their outstanding form. While Sam Allardyce’s side have risen to fourth place after losing one of their past 10, the goals have dried up for Leicester, who are without a win in 11. The pressure on their manager, Nigel Pearson, is increasing and only a win at Upton Park would give Leicester a chance of not being bottom at Christmas. Jacob Steinberg Kick-off

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Ham United v Leicester City: match preview

West Ham’s Carl Jenkinson: sitting on Arsenal bench was driving me up the wall

The right-back has played a key role in West Ham’s surprise revival since joining on loan and believes European football is a realistic target this season Carl Jenkinson is being annoyingly sensible as he contemplates the improbable run of form that has lifted West Ham United from relegation candidates to Champions League contenders. It is nearly Christmas and West Ham are still fourth, their best start to a Premier League season. …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Ham’s Carl Jenkinson: sitting on Arsenal bench was driving me up the wall

Nigel Pearson deserves loyalty from Leicester fans, says Sam Allardyce

• ‘Fans should remember where Nigel has taken the club’ • Leicester face tough trip to West Ham on Saturday • Nigel Pearson charged over row with fan Leicester City fans should show some loyalty and remember just where Nigel Pearson has taken the club, according to West Ham’s manager, Sam Allardyce. Pearson, whose side are three points adrift at the bottom of the Premier League table before Saturday’s trip to fourth-placed West Ham, has accepted a …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Nigel Pearson deserves loyalty from Leicester fans, says Sam Allardyce

West Ham United’s Sam Allardyce: Leicester City match very important – video

The West Ham United manager, Sam Allardyce, says he has no concerns over his future at the club, despite his contract expiring at the end of the season. Speaking on Thursday before West Ham’s Premier League match against Leicester City at Upton Park on Saturday, Allardyce comments on the chances of a new deal for striker Diafra Sakho Continue reading…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on West Ham United’s Sam Allardyce: Leicester City match very important – video

Win (home) tickets to West Ham v Arsenal in the Premier League

Answer a simple question and you could be off to Upton Park to watch live Barclays Premier League football Continue reading…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Win (home) tickets to West Ham v Arsenal in the Premier League

Gus Poyet is anxious to add glamour to Sunderland’s playing image

• Manager admits sharing fans’ frustration at his team’s style • Investment is needed to buy quality players, he says • Poyet’s son, Diego, joins West Ham United Sunderland are accustomed to a lowly billing on Match of the Day but their unglamorous image is something Gus Poyet is anxious to alter. Three goalless draws in the last four games have merely reinforced impressions of his team as strong candidates for the final slot of any highlights show and he acknowledges he…

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Gus Poyet is anxious to add glamour to Sunderland’s playing image

Sunderland v West Ham United: match preview

The days when Sam Allardyce was a very traditional Sunderland centre-half are long ago. Should West Ham’s now ultra modern, European challenging manager involve Diego Poyet, the afternoon will assume an unusual feel for his father, Gus. Poyet Sr could do with three points as he strives to rebrand a Sunderland side who, although promising, remain a work in progress. Andy Carroll can expect a hot reception – but Allardyce’s former Newcastle United striker would relish scoring the winner. …

Read the full story

Posted in Guardian.co.ukComments Off on Sunderland v West Ham United: match preview

Page 7« First...56789...2030...Last »
# Team P
1 Chelsea 87
2 Manchester City 79
3 Arsenal 75
4 Manchester United 70
5 Tottenham Hotspur 64
6 Liverpool 62
7 Southampton 60
8 Swansea City 56
9 Stoke City 54
10 Crystal Palace 48
11 Everton 47
12 West Ham United 47
13 West Bromwich Albion 44
14 Leicester City 41
15 Newcastle United 39
16 Sunderland 38
17 Aston Villa 38
18 Hull City 35
19 Burnley 33
20 Queens Park Rangers 30

Quick Links

Write for us

Advertise Here

Affordable Sports Advertising here at Up The Hammers

Site Stats

16 West Ham Fan's Online
Most Fan's Online 150,
December 18, 2013 @ 8:00 pm
1 Fan Browsing This Page.
Users: 1 Guest
Westham United