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Premier League 2017-18 fans’ verdicts part two: Man City to West Ham

Featuring: City’s outrageous play, Pogba’s haircuts, Pellegrino’s credentials, and have the Baggies found their Special One? • Part 1: Arsenal to Liverpool Pre-season prediction 1st ; Current position: 1st Related: Premier League 2017-18 fans’ verdicts part one: Arsenal to Liverpool Continue reading…

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"A completely different animal" – Top pundit backs West Ham to climb new heights under Moyes

BBC Sport pundit Mark Lawrenson has predicted that West Ham United will beat Bournemouth this weekend in the Premier League clash at The London Stadium. Lawrenson believes that West Ham will emerge victorious from this clash with a 2-0 win to continue the good run of form in the league. Ahead of tomorrow’s game in […]

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Huddersfield Town v West Ham United: match preview

Huddersfield have not won in the league since their impressive 4-1 victory at Watford on 16 December but their manager, David Wagner, has acted quickly to address any danger of a slump in form by freshening up his squad with the signings of Terence Kongolo and Alex Pritchard. Both are expected to make their debuts against a West Ham side who have fitness doubts over several key players. Rich Flower Kick-off Saturday 3pm Continue reading…

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"Needs to replace Kouyate", "Others, take note" – West Ham fans praise youngster’s FA Cup display

West Ham United produced a disappointing display in the FA Cup Third Round against Shrewsbury Town, drawing 0-0 with the League One side. And, in truth, the Hammers were outclassed by the minnows and were perhaps lucky to come away with a draw. David Moyes selected a squad which initially seemed like a good blend […]

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Happy-go-lucky Shrewsbury ready to punish Moyes’s grim West Ham realism | Paul Wilson

Paul Hurst’s high-flyers have been defying expectations all season and will offer a stern FA Cup test for a side with both eyes on Premier League safety A funny thing happened when Shrewsbury Town played at Wigan on Boxing Day. The visitors earned a goalless draw to end a run of five straight wins by the League One leaders, though that was not entirely unexpected. What was odd was that…

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About… Tottenham

West Ham face Tottenham in their second game in 48 hours in a very important London Derby for both clubs here are 10 facts about our North London Opponents: 1. Tottenham were founded by members of Hotspur Cricket Club in 1882. 2. Tottenham won the FA Cup for the first time in 1901 while the club were competing in the Southern League making them the only Non-League club to have won the FA Cup since the formation of the …

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Carabao Cup Preview: The Quarter-Finals: Irons Clash With Gunners As United Travel To Bristol

We are into the Last Eight of the 2017/2018 Carabao Cup campaign and what a round of matches lay ahead, as the Hammers travel to the Emirates for a London Derby and the Robins entertain the possibility of a giant-killing at home to the Red Devils. Leicester City vs Manchester City (Tuesday 7:45 PM) To kick-off Tuesday and Wednesday night’s action, the Foxes play host to the Citizens in an all-Premier League matchup in the …

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About: Manchester City

West Ham face Manchester City on Sunday here are some facts about our opponents: 1.  Manchester City were formed in 1880 as St Marks West Gorton. The club was formed by two church wardens to create a new past time for local men as the area was plagued by gang violence and alcoholism. 2.  The Club was known as St Marks West Gorton until 1887 when they became Ardwick Association Football Club before being named Manchester City in…

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Idle thoughts on Watford FC

The last week has seen so much press and television coverage of the arrival of David Moyes as Hammers’ manager that it is easy to forget that the new man and his entourage have still to make their managerial debuts at the London Stadium. The Watford game would have had great significance even with Slaven Bilic still at the helm, so how much more so now, with all eyes focussed so intently, …

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Matchday Six Premier League Preview: Hammers Face Spurs In Classic Derby Clash As The League Leaders Host Palace

After what was another highly controversial weekend of action on Matchday Five of the 2017/2018 Premier League season, fans have had to endure a rather tedious week of Carabao Cup action. But, “The Best League In The World” is duly back tomorrow lunchtime as we face Spurs in a classic London Derby and the league leaders host a desperate Eagles side. West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur (Saturday 12:30 PM) In Sky Sports’ early Saturday kick-off, we host Mauricio Pochettino’s Lilywhites to …

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Match Preview: Cheltenham Town vs West Ham United Carabao Cup Second Round

After Saturday’s disappointing loss to Mauricio Pellegrino’s Southampton at The St Mary’s Stadium, we make the trip to face Cheltenham Town tonight in Round Two of the 2017/2018 Carabao Cup. The clash has been made a must-win encounter by our torrid start to the Premier League campaign and over 1,000 members of The Claret & Blue Army will be making the trip to The West Country hoping to avoid a classic Cup Tie giant killing. When? The …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for on the final day of the season

John Terry will say goodbye to Chelsea with the title, José Mourinho will pick his weakest team yet and Manchester City should tread carefully at Watford The best team in the league face the worst team in the league in a match that will be played in a carefree atmosphere by everyone except John Terry, whose 717th and final Chelsea appearance will end with him – together with Gary Cahill – …

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Club confirm deal as West Ham miss out on summer target

West Ham’s search for a new goalkeeper this summer has taken a twist, with the Hammers missing out on one reported target. The Daily Mail suggested over the weekend that Slaven Bilic’s side were eyeing a move for Fleetwood Town goalkeeper Alex Cairns, who has excelled for the League One side this season. Cairns, who rose up […]

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Bank on our midfield.. 

Last season we scored 65 goals. If you do the Maths we’ll probably break even… Fenghouli: at least 5 Payet: 5 – 10 Kouyate: 5-10 Ayew: 10-15 Noble: up to 5 Carroll: 10-15 if he stays fit Add goals from the rest of the team we’ll be there are there abouts. Thing is the top striker will improve our league position so as long as the board are happy with a top 10 then no probs but they don’t want to be …

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Football – Sunderland quartet facing late fitness checks ahead of Everton encounter

Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce will make late decisions on a quartet of injured players as he prepares for Sunday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Everton.

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Premier League – Premier League preview: Watford v West Ham

Team news, manager quotes, pre-match facts and latest odds for the Premier League clash.

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