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West Ham Transfer Update (07/07/14)

DONE DEAL: West Ham have signed Ipswich left-back Aaron Creswell on a 5-year deal. DONE DEAL: Former West Ham midfielder Matt Taylor has joined Burnley CLOSE: West Ham are very close to signing Charlton and highly rated midfielder Diego Poyet. THE SUN: Ravel Morrison is set to stay at West Ham next season. DONE DEAL: Former hammer Antonio Nocerino has joined Torino on loan from Milan. TWITTER: West Ham are amongst a…

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Why Allardyce completely messed up in the January window

It was widely reported when the January transfer window opened that the hierarchy at Upton Park were only prepared to sanction loan deals. The question is, did they make any real difference to the club? The first deal to be completed was that of defender Roger Johnson, who signed from Wolves until the end of… Read more »

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Proposed starting XI v. Crystal Palace

The news of Dylan Tombides’ tragic passing yesterday has affected everyone associated with West Ham United. But his fellow teammates will have been seriously affected by the news and will be extra up for this afternoon’s clash with Crystal Palace. In a game that has all but lost its importance because of yesterday’s news, Sam… Read more »

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Life without Nolan

Life without Nolan Last night’s first half performance against Arsenal showed that, without Kevin Nolan in the team, we can still play some good football with Sam Allardyce at the helm. The midfield trio of Mark Noble, Antonio Nocerino and Mo Diame provided the catalyst for a brave 40 minute effort in which we created chances and looked dangerous going forward. The common conception is that when you have Andy Carroll in the team, you HAVE to play long ball…

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Stoke City 3-1 West Ham – Social Media Match Report

West Ham fell to a 3-1 defeat at Stoke City on Saturday afternoon, despite taking an early lead through Andy Carroll. Carroll’s goal was West Ham’s 800th in the Premier League and looked to have set the Hammers on their way to a crucial victory towards Premier League safety. But they struggled to build on… Read more »

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West Ham loanee making the most of his time in London

Antonio Nocerino‘s time at West Ham hasn’t been as successful and effective as first hoped since he arrived on loan from AC Milan in January. The Italian midfielder has made just four substitute appearances for the club so far and, although he’s been forced out of the team by a midfield performing so well of… Read more »

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Proposed starting XI v. Southampton

Having gone four games unbeaten with three consecutive victories, it’s again difficult to justify a change in the starting XI, but there are a couple of exceptions I would make for the visit of Southampton.  Firstly, I’d hand Pablo Armero his debut in place of George McCartney. His pace will give us more of an… Read more »

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The mystery of Big Sam’s substitutions

Sam substitutions have often been a mystery for a long time. For example taking of a striker for a striker when we are 1-0 down. However every once in a blue moon, Allardyce gets it spot on with his substitutions. For example when we won against Fulham 3-0, he put on Joe Cole, Carlton Cole and Ravel. The two Coles scored and Ravel brought the game to life. Or when we beat Chelsea at home last season, he brought …

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Proposed starting XI v. Norwich City

There really isn’t any reason to make changes to the side that won at Aston Villa on Saturday, but there are couple I would consider. Firstly, both Italians appear to be settling in well and have made a fairly decent impact in the substitute appearances they’ve made. I’d bring Antonio Nocerino in for Matty Taylor… Read more »

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Time for blood, guts and passion

After our park the bus and defend like hell performance at Chelsea, where we defended in numbers and managed to put at least one player in front of any Chelsea shot and then our win over Swansea with their falling to the ground cheat Chico Flores, it’s now time for the team to show the… Read more »

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A Good or Bad Transfer Window for West Ham?

It’s such a prestige month in the world of football, which concludes with the obligatory Jim White Day commonly known as Transfer Deadline Day. This day brings out all the rumours on Twitter and the far fetched reports where someone’s uncle’s brother’s sister’s aunt knows who is signing for us and feels the need to start off some pointless rumour! First of all, the players we’ve brought in starting with…

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West Ham’s Transfer Window – Hit or Miss?

Transf er Window Summary It’s a time which every football fan across the countr y looks forward to. This one month has the ability to potentially make or break a season, and with The Hammers boasting no less than seven new signings, I think on the whole this has certainly been one of the more active transfer windows as far as West Ham are concerned. In contrast to the final few days of…

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What next for West Ham?

What comes next? The club has is going through a rough period where no one involved has been happy and we didn’t expect the transfer window to make that all better. However we have managed a couple of signings that I think fans can be happy with. I’ve mentioned before that February can make or break the season, with 4 games that we can potentially win even though that is unlikely…

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Proposed starting XI v. Swansea City

Had Joey O’Brien not dislocated his shoulder in the 0-0 draw against Chelsea on Wednesday you could have put money on Sam Allardyce naming an unchanged side to take on Swansea at Upton Park today. So George McCartney should come in to replace him is as new arrival Pablo Armero didn’t sign in time yesterday… Read more »

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Match Preview: West Ham v Swansea

Team News: West Ham United (18th, 19 points) New arrivals Antonio Nocerino and Marco Borriello are expected to make their Upton Park debuts, while Abdul Razak is also in contention. But Deadline Day loan signing Pablo Armero didn’t sign in time to make the squad. Joey O’Brien and Joe Cole are the only injury worries,… Read more »

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Proposed starting XI v. Chelsea

Given that Sam Allardyce almost has a full squad to choose from for the first time this season, it’s difficult to know what starting XI he’s going to go with against Chelsea tonight. Joe Cole is our only injured player, while Winston Reid is expected to make his return to the side on Saturday, so… Read more »

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Match Preview: Chelsea vs. West Ham

The injuries are clearing up, we’ve got a couple of new faces and February looks like it could be a very promising month for us and our Premier League survival bid. But there’s just one thing we’ve got to take care of before we start looking positively towards the future; Chelsea away. The arrival of… Read more »

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In Nocerino we trust

As expected, West Ham have had an up and down January; a good win at Cardiff was followed by the loss to Newcastle. Rejuvenation closely followed by reverting to type. In order to avoid relegation, we are in desperate need of putting some good results together. It won’t have escaped anyone’s notice that we haven’t… Read more »

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Two new faces in town, but are they our saviours?

West Ham United have finally managed to boost their striking options with five days left to go in the January transfer Window. Having completed loan deals for AS Roma striker Marco Borriello, the club have also strengthened in midfield securing the services of Antonio Nocerino from AC Milan. The question is this: will they prove… Read more »

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West Ham: Monday round-up

After a fairly eventful weekend at the club and with a game approaching on Wednesday night, it was not surprising that today would follow suit in so many ways. Today we’ve seen the unveiling of our two new signings from Italy, a much needed boost to the squad, a number of a new players linked… Read more »

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Hammers nab Nocerino

West Ham have secured the signing of AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino on loan until the end of the season. The 28-year-old Italian international has been brought in by Sam Allardyce to help the club pull away from the relegation zone. And Nocerino’s experience should prove vital to the Hammers’ efforts to staying in the… Read more »

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Milan loan Nocerino to West Ham

The midfielder has joined into the end of the season, with Marco Borriello also close to an Upton Park move

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The most crucial transfer window yet?

The most crucial transfer window yet? This January’s transfer window started off in a bad way for West Ham. We were met with the rejection of Heitinga and also Lacina Traore. It left us fans wondering if we were ever going to sign someone of some quality. To add to our pain, we ended up signing Wolves defender ROger Johnson, a League One player. So, now as we near the end …

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Hammers close to double Italian coup?

West Ham are reportedly close to securing loan deals for AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino and Roma striker Marco Borriello, according to several reports in Italy. Nocerino, 28, and Borriello, 31, are both regarded as surplus to requirements at their respective clubs and have been linked with a move to East London throughout the current… Read more »

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Liverpool 6
2 Arsenal 6
3 Manchester City 4
4 Manchester United 4
5 Brighton & Hov… 4
6 Tottenham Hotspur 4
7 AFC Bournemouth 4
8 Sheffield United 4
9 Everton 4
10 Burnley 3
11 Norwich City 3
12 Leicester City 2
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
14 Crystal Palace 1
15 Chelsea 1
16 West Ham United 1
17 Aston Villa 0
18 Newcastle United 0
19 Southampton 0
20 Watford 0

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