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More arrests in Anglo-French £5m tax investigation

Wednesday’s HMRC investigation into Newcastle, Chelsea and West Ham dealing with Marseille has seen former Newcastle midfielder Sylvain Marveaux arrested. French newspaper Le Parisien report that their information is that they know of three football agents being arrested along with Marveaux and all four taken in for questioning as part of the all-encompassing investigation. One […]

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No Irons arrests after HMRC day of drama

West Ham’s top brass are tonight relaxed after a day of  high drama which saw HMRC officers stage swoops on the London Stadium and Rush Green Training Centre. The 30 or so officers arrived at 8 am but after nearly 12 hours there have been no arrests and not a single laptop, PC or portable […]

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HMRC raid: The French connection

Following well-publicised raids at Newcastle and West Ham by HMRC officials this morning it appears the investigation could centre around Marseille transfer activity and payments to agents. West Ham purchased Dimitri Payet and Alou Diarra from Marseille in recent years and rumours suggest it is these deals are being looked into closely. Chelsea has also […]

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West Ham’s Pre Season European Tour

With the London Stadium out of bounds, this summer due to the World Athletics Championships West Ham will do a mini tour of Europe pre-season. Previous negotiations to play in Australia or the Asia Trophy in China and Hong Kong came to nothing and instead the Hammers will travel much closer to home by staying […]

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Report: Hammers move for right back

The Irons are oday being reported as having made an offer for Saint-Etienne full back Kévin Malcuit, but appear to be in competition with Newcastle. FranceFootball claims both clubs have made offers for the defender – who is in his second season with the French club – ahead of a potential summer switch  The Irons have been […]

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Turkish stopper scouted as replacement for Adrian

West Ham been linked with a move for Turkish goalkeeper Onur Kivrak. According to media reports in Turkey, the Hammers are in talks with the 29-year-old Trabzonspor captain ahead of the summer transfer window. Kivrak has kept 13 clean sheets in 27 appearances this term and has reportedly been scouted by West Ham Slaven Bilic tried to […]

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Magnificent young Irons reach play-offs

The young Hammers confirmed their place in the Premier League 2 play-offs with an emphatic 4-0 thrashing of West Bromwich Albion last night. The U23s travelled to the Hawthorns knowing their fate wasn’t in their own hands with result elsewhere needing to work in their favour. But they seriously turned on the style with goals […]

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Main Talking Points from West Ham vs Everton

New defensive system successful in clean sheet There is no doubt that throughout the season our defence has been at the forefront of criticism in most of our poor performances, but yesterday was far from the case. With the key return of yesterday’s skipper Winston Reid, Slaven Bilic decided to opt with a three at the back system to try to contain the pace and power of the Everton attack and in particular Romelu Lukaku. The formation was a bold…

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Key Statistics from the draw with Everton

Let’s start by taking by taking a look at the key statistics from our 0-0 home draw to the Toffees yesterday. Possession We were dominant in most areas of the action at the London Stadium yesterday, but unlike recent games possession wasn’t one of those areas. The visitors had the Lion’s share of keep ball with 59.3 percent possession to our 40.7 percent in the bore draw. However, we were largely regarded as the better side against Ronald …

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Lukaku ‘fears’ helped the Hammers

There’s nothing like fear to focus the mind in any walk of life! And as the game against  Everton loomed the figure of Roman Lukaku became very much a part of the Hammers psyche after the big fella had scored nine times on the trot against us. The build-up to the game was all about […]

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West Ham keeping tabs on Fleetwood goalkeeper Alex Cairns

The London Stadium side are looking to bring in new keepers this summer and see 24-year-old Cairns as one who can develop and increase competition for the first team.

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West Ham frustrate Everton’s hopes of a top-four finish in incident-free draw

A match almost entirely lacking in incident stymied Everton’s chances of catching the Premier League elite and proved Slaven Bilic is capable of some sly expectations management, as his scratch West Ham United team comfortably held Ronald Koeman’s side in their first goalless draw of the season. “I think we can do a really short press conference,” said a clearly enervated Koeman after the match. “I’m disappointed about the performance. We were not the team we can be; we…

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Lawro predicts stalemate at the London Stadium

BBC football pundit Mark Lawrenson predicts stalemate at the London Stadium this stalemate this afternoon and with Lukaku’s record against I am sure many West Ham would take that scoreline. Lawro writes on the BBC website: ‘West Ham are another team who are clear of the relegation scrap, although the Hammers still have issues. For […]

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Stick with Randolph for now, Bilic…but get Joe Hart in summer, says Hammers legend Cottee

Slaven Bilic has been told to stick with Darren Randolph in goal when West Ham host Everton in a Premier League encounter at the London Stadium tomorrow. Former Hammers striker Tony Cottee reckons Darren Randolph should still be the first choice keeper despite being responsible, arguably, for both of Sunderland’s goals in the 2-2 at draw at the Stadium of Light last week. But Cottee says he wouldn’t disagree with a move to bring Joe Hart…

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