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West Ham Ladies’ recent cup success a mark of Roger Morgan’s 1991 dream

There’s an old saying that sticking to your roots in the game of football is perhaps the most important attribute a person involved in the game can have. When dissecting the meaning of this, it is crucial to discover that the phrase carries a collection of interpretations. Stick by one club, a certain manager or a group of players, for example? All are true but there is almost a hidden meaning, one…

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The big bad wolf and the wind machine!

A glance at the watch, a clasp of housed pea, a sharp intake of breath…puckered lips and blow…This is the end! The match on Saturday against Southampton was to be the judgement day for both teams as each vied for supremacy, salvation and hope…there could only be one victor and West Ham lay in wait to don the winner’s wreath. “Three things are necessary for the salvation of man: to know what he ought to believe; to know …

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Why Can’t We Blame the Russians for Our Siberian Winter?

The blame game is the folly of those who would stand, stare and sneer without any inward reflection. The West Ham woes are a collection of failings that may have coincidental sources but none are so grand to be identified as solitary causes. “We are taught you must blame your father, your sisters, your brothers, the school, the teachers – but never blame yourself. It’s never your fault. But it’s always your…

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Matchday Twenty-Six’s Premier League Preview: Hammers Travel To South Coast As League Leaders Visit Turf Moor

A mere three days after the conclusion of Premier League Matchday Twenty-Five, the English Top-Flight is back for another full program of matches over this weekend, Game Week Twenty-Six to you and me, as David Moyes’ Hammers make the tricky trip to the Amex Stadium and the League leaders travel to Turf Moor. Burnley vs Manchester City (Saturday 12:30 PM) To kick-off the few days of PL action, Sean Dyche’s Clarets play host to Pep Guardiola’s …

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Classic Match: Volume Twelve: West Ham United 2-2 Everton (9-8 Penalties) January 2015

In the 12th edition of our Classic Match Series, we take you through the archives once more to relive a memorable FA Cup Third Round Replay clash, one that many will be hoping can be similar to the one that will be played out between West Ham United and Shrewsbury Town at London Stadium this evening. Cast your minds back to the early New Year of 2015, “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars was…

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Matchday Twenty’s Premier League Review: Business As Usual For Citizens As Hammers Denied By Wilson

Another festive Matchday of the English Top-Flight has whistled by in the blink of an eye and it’s now time to look back at all of Game week’ 20’s action as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City marched on and David Moyes’ Irons were denied late on at the Vitality Stadium. Hat-Trick Harry Inspires Spurs Romp Harry Kane netted a hat-trick on his way to smashing the record for most…

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Matchday Eighteen’s Premier League Preview: Hammers Face Potters As Spurs Face Take On The League Leaders

We have barely had time to gather our bearings from the last dosage of midweek Premier League action and another Matchday is upon us, Game Week 18 to you and me and what a weekend it promises to be as the Hammers travel to the Bet 365 Stadium and it’s first against fourth on Super Sunday at The Etihad. Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday 12:30 PM) To kick-off, all the spoils and thrills, Claude Puel’s Fantastic Foxes play …

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Matchday Twelve’s Premier League Preview: Two Titans Clash On Saturday In North London As Moyes Makes His Debut In Hertfordshire

After another drab International Break finally winded to a close earlier this week, thankfully, The Premier League has returned once again for Game Week Twelve and what a weekend of Football it’s poised to be as North London Derby headlines the Saturday lunch menu and the David Moyes era begins with a trip to Vicarage Road for The Hammers. Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur (Saturday 12:30 PM) There is no saving the best till last…

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Weat Ham’s Michail Antonio will miss start of season   

West Ham United midfielder Michail Antonio is recovering ahead of schedule from a hamstring surgery but will still miss their opening Premier League game against Manchester United.

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West Ham make £120,000 bid for Lincoln City’s Sean Raggett

EXCLUSIVE: Defender Sean Raggett was one of Lincoln City’s standout performers this season, helping them to the National League title and the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

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Premier League clubs end transfer window with £677m net spend

The figure of £1billion-plus figure bandied around in the immediate aftermath of the most ridiculous transfer window of all time doesn’t quite tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

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Enner Valencia set for Everton loan deal as Toffees look to secure West Ham striker as back-up to Romelu Lukaku 

Everton are close to securing a loan deal for West Ham striker Enner Valencia with a view to a permanent £14.5million signing. The 26-year-old has slipped down the Hammers’ pecking order.

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