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Report: Bilic future already under scrutiny

West Ham this morning are reported to already be eyeing up possible Slaven Bilic replacements with only two games of the season gone. The story has emerged in  The Mirror which claims the usual candidate as a possible next manager,  Rafa Benitez, as the next one. Two defeats – at Mancheter United who repeated the […]

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Prutton’s Carabao Cup predictions

David Prutton is back with his latest predictions ahead of the second round of the Carabao Cup this week.

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Under 23s in sensational comeback to beat Spurs

West Ham’s under 23s grabbed victory with an amazing comeback at Spurs. It gets no better than to beat the north Londoners on their own manor and whatever words Terry Westley gave the bys after break  worked the oracle big time after they went in two down. But within 15 minutes they had turned everything […]

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Hammers talk on AC Newcastle link

West Ham have dismissed speculation that Andy Carroll will be loaned to Newcastle or any other club. But were there to be a firm offer for the striker to come in before the window closes the club would consider the possbility of a permanent move. Speculation arose over the weekend that Rafa Benitez may attempt to […]

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Hackett calls for extreme ‘Arnie’ ban

Keith Hackett will have done absolutely nothing to redeem his tattered reputation among Hammers fans with long memories after laying into Marko Arnautovic following his red card dismissal at Southampton. It was HACKETT’S  disgraceful decision which saw Tony Gale sent off in the 1991 FA Cup semi final against Nottingham Forest at Villa Park – […]

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Oh Mr Gold – that may prove embarrasing

David Gold could have a very embarrassing moment if he bumps into any of Jose Fonte, Robert Snodgrass or Andre Ayew around the club tomorrow. Both the ageing central defender and £20 million midfielder/striker had nightmares against Southampton yesterday at Southampton. Snodgrass meanwhile was again absent amid informed speculation of an imminent move away from […]

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Arnie sends big apology to the fans

Marko Arnautovic has issued an immediate apology to Hammers fans after his reckless challenge and sending off at Southampton this afternoon. The Hammers were forced to battle for an hour with the left winger back in the dressing room and but for a last minute pealty would have saved the game via two goals from […]

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Come on Slav, it’s time for Rice

One big question dominates my thinking as we head to Southampton this afternoon: Will Slav be brave enough to  give Declan Rice his full first team debut. That he was ready to throw him on for half an hour against Manchester United at Old Trafford is encouraging but I can’t convince myself he will do […]

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David Gold defines the next level at the London Stadium

West Ham Joint Chairman was asked to define what the next level is for West Ham on the back of promises back by the board that the move to the London Stadium would help us move to the next level and the original seven-year plan for Champions League football;. Speaking to Claret and Hugh Associate […]

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Video: Why we want Carvahlo

We are still waiting for the final answer on William Carvalho but the Hammers remain confident that a deal can be done. The game of brinkmanship has been going on for weeks with Sporting Lisbon wanting approaching 40 million euros. So far the Hammers have offered 32 million plus extras. It’s entirely possible this could […]

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London Stadium Seating relocation revealed

London Stadium seating contractors Project 7 construction have published a video to show how the lower tier seats move from football mode to music concert mode. The video shows seven rows of seats removed from the East stand before the West stand is pushed back section by section on air skates. The north and south lower stands […]

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Young Hammers March To Victory In The West Country

  Terry Westley’s bright young U23’s put in a fantastic display at The County Ground to defeat Sky Bet League Two side Swindon Town 2-3 in the opening game in Group C of the 2017/2018 Checkatrade Trophy. The starlets were boosted by the inclusion of club debutant Sead Haksabanovic to the starting Xl, who was signed for £3 million from Halmstads BK last week. However, they were still without captain Declan Rice who is on first-team …

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Hammers scout Jimenez

West Ham sent scouts to Portugal on Monday night to watch Benicia’s Raul Jimenez claims Portuguese media outlet www.ojogo.pt today. They claim foreign scouts from Manchester United, Spurs, Aston Villa, Montpellier and Anderlecht were also present. From Portugal, FC Porto, Sporting, Aves, Tondela, V. Setúbal and Rio Ave sent scouts to watch Benfica beat Chaves 1-0. […]

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How the U23s performed v Swindon -man by man

Trott – Not called upon for anything spectacular but solid when needed to be and great save at end to keep 3-2. 8 Pike – Fairly solid throughout, probably our best defender of the four. 6 Akinola – Couldn’t defend crosses, specially aerially but good playing the ball out from the back. 5 Pask – […]

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Samuelsen stars in great victory

By Jack Lebeau Follow Jack on Twitter @JackLebeau66  West Ham U23s overcame an awful performance from the referee to beat League Two side Swindon 3-2 in the Checkatrade Trophy  at the County Ground last night. Goals from Samuelsen, Makasi and Kemp for West Ham settled the tie deservedly in West Ham’s favour with the Norwegian grabbing […]

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Haksabanovic set for Irons debut

New boy Sead Haksabanovic is set to make his Hammers debut tonight (Tues)  when the Hammers take on Swindon Town in the Checkatrade Trophy. The £3 million signing from Swedish side Halmstads BK last week, will be part of a strong Hammers lineup fielded by Academy Director Terry Westley at the County Ground. The youngsters are […]

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