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How we rated the Irons v Cheltenham

Adrian: Never seriously troubled but no alarms and looked as good as we have seen Hart so far this season 6 Byram: Growing up fast – defended well and always looking to get forward and make things happen 7 Collins: A rock at the back missing nothing. Named official mom and a top performance from […]

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Cheltenham v West Ham: Carabao Cup second round – live!

Minute-by-minute coverage of the action at Whaddon Road Live scores: keep up with all Wednesday’s goals! Email jacob.steinberg@theguardian.com | Tweet @JacobSteinberg 8.30pm BST 45 min+1: There will be one minute of the added stuff. “West Ham certainly are bereft in the pace department but Rice again looks like an assured young player,” says Alastair Angus. 8.30pm BST 44 min : “I’m delighted to see Bilic play three defensive midfielders against lowly Cheltenham when he only …

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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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Changes ahead as Irons head for Cheltenham

Declan Rice looks booked for his second start for the Irons at Cheltenham Town tomorrow evening in the League Cup clash. But hopes that young Nathan Holland may get his chance along wth Toni Martinez appear to have been ruled out by their involvement in the under 23s victory over Spurs yesterday. Manager Slaven Bilic […]

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Westley on rise and rise of the Academy kids

Academy chief Terry Westley has put his first brick in West Ham’s first team wall…and could not be more delighted with his protege Declan Rice. The 18 year old being freely tipped as the next big thing at the club now has a building job to do according to his mentor who speaking to ClaretandHugh […]

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Confident Zaba’s positive message

“It’s a massive game on Saturday after the big defeat against Manchester United. It wasn’t our best game. After the second goal we probably lost confidence as a team and knew the game was over and we conceded two late goals. “We need to work and be mentally strong enough, even if we are losing […]

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Slaven Bilic must scrap this formation and adopt a more sensible approach v Southampton

While most West Ham supporters are still bemoaning the bad loss at Old Trafford last week, we must now move on and look at important issues which must be employed in order to gain our first win of the season. While our opponents, Southampton, did not cover themselves in glory against Swansea, they have a […]

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The Karren Brady debate

West Ham Vice Chairman Karren Brady appeared on Sky Sports Premier League The Debate last night. Brady and former Hammer Craig Bellamy joined Geoff Shreeves on Wednesday night to discuss the future of the transfer window, problem players and more. Brady spoke about why she and her club are backing proposals to close the transfer […]

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Sead drops hint to Slav

West Ham new boy  Sead Haksabanovic has his eyes on a first team place ….and as soon as possible. The 3 million euros signing was in great form during his first appearance against Swindon Town in the Checkatrade Trophy and said: “It felt good to be on the pitch in a West Ham shirt for the first […]

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DG’s strong view on earlier summer window closure

David Gold finds himself in “personal” approval with the Premier League’s proposal that the summer transfer window should close on the opening day of the new season. The issue has been put on the agenda for the next meeting of Premier League chairmen on September 7 and sources close to the negotiations are confident that […]

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I can take the despair. It’s the hope I can’t stand.

John Cleese in clockwise best describes how it is being a West Ham fan, going to Old Trafford is never an easy prospect, but three draws in last four visits there said to me we are not the push overs we have been in the past. At 6 o’clock on Saturday though, it was the fact I had hope before the game kicked off that left a bad taste in my mouth. I have witnessed worse defeats there …

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William Carvalho Update

West Ham are hoping to secure the club record signing of William Carvalho, for a fee of up to £36million, by the end of this week says Jason Burt in the Telegraph following yesterday’s departure of Sofiane Feghouli to Galatasaray. As previously reported by Claret and Hugh No fee has yet been agreed but sources close […]

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Transfer column: West Ham in for William Carvalvo

SIMON JONES – THE TRANSFER COLUMN: West Ham are increasingly confident of concluding a deal for Sporting Lisbon’s William Carvalho.

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Ref Watch: Britos equaliser offside

Ref Watch returns to debate a number of the weekend’s controversial talking points from the opening round of Premier League fixtures.

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Possible bid to host Commonwealth games at London Stadium

Liverpool and Birmingham should ask to use London Stadium for athletics as part of their 2022 Commonwealth Games bids, says outgoing UK Athletics chief Ed Warner. Both cities are bidding for the Games after Durban was stripped of the event. Warner says it is more cost effective to use the stadium, which hosted the 2012 Olympics and […]

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Sorry Slav but four at the back doesn’t work

CandH’s Leon Hyde – currently studying for his Uefa A licence – takes a look at today’s tactics and makes some suggestions on how he reckons the Hammers can function a lot better than they did at Old Trafford today. The headline says it all – four at the back simply doesn’t work! Seeing the […]

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