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Ex-West Ham star backs under-fire Bilic, says stadium move is too big a step

The 2016/17 season has been a difficult one to digest for West Ham fans. After what was a hugely successful and emotional 15/16 campaign, which marked the final season at the Boleyn Ground, expectations were high heading in to what was supposed to an exciting new era at London Stadium. However, a disappointing transfer window last […]

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Why Martin Samuel has stumbled upon West Ham’s biggest problem

In his article in the Daily Mail on Monday 9th, which was subsequently and bizarrely shared on the club’s official site despite its critique of both the fans and the club’s transfer policy, Martin Samuel made the following statement: “The negativity felt by the locals towards West Ham’s new stadium is a contradiction anyway. On one […]

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West Ham fans must stop being so negative and start getting behind the club

West Ham are transitioning into a new chapter of its existence and to say we are in an unsettled state is an understatement. As a club, a fan base and a family, we are in a major period of change. We have changed location, we have moved into a bigger stadium and our physical presence […]

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Why it’s time West Ham should rethink the use of Mark Noble, but in a positive way

West Ham have been graced by Mark Noble’s steady presence in midfield for over a decade now, but with the local legend entering the final stage of his career, it’s time his role in the squad evolved. Twenty-nine is not so old for your average footballer – in fact for most professionals it’s when they’re […]

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West Ham’s problem assessed, from the stadium to the players

It has been a bad start to the season, I get that, but fans calling Bilic to be sacked are crazy. A massive overreaction. Is everyone forgetting last season? We finished 7th in the league, beating Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool (three times) and Man United in the last ever game at the Boleyn. We

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A Moment in Time – Own your piece of unique Boleyn Ground history

It’s not long now before we enter a new era in the Olympic Stadium, but the Boleyn Ground will forever hold a huge place in our hearts. The final game against Manchester United was arguably the most incredible we’ll ever experience in our lifetime, as well the entire last season at our old stadium. It

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The 20 photographs of the week

A mass dance party in North Korea, the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, the continuing refugee crisis in Europe, West Ham United’s final match at the Boleyn Ground – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week Continue reading…

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The truth behind the lies: What really happened outside the Boleyn Ground

As someone who was there outside the Boleyn Ground on Tuesday afternoon/evening, I’ve found the reports in the media about the behaviour of our fans absolutely disgusting. Of course there can never be an excuse for throwing objects at Man United’s team coach – it was wrong. However, the suggestion that West Ham fans deliberately

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Sport picture of the day: One last look for West Ham’s high-rise fans

Residents of a block of flats overlooking the Boleyn Ground watch West Ham play Manchester United – the club’s final game at the stadium before it is replaced by luxury flats. West Ham will start 2016-17 at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford. Continue reading…

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West Ham 3-3 Arsenal – Player Ratings

West Ham 3-3 Arsenal: Player Ratings From Saturday’s Thrilling London Derby This article was initially publishing on 90min.com West Ham World is a platform that allows fans to express their opinions on a grander scale. The views in this article are not necessarily those of West Ham World, but we ask you to respect the

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West Ham flop from the 90s talks Redknapp, Bilic and the Premier League

Who remembers Florin Raducioiu? The Romanian arrived in East London from Espanyol in 1996 as one of several ‘bargains’ Harry Redknapp became known for during his spell as manager of the club. Raducioiu was signed for just £2.4m – and after just three goals in 12 first team appearances – was sent back to Spain just six months later

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Superstar DJ talks about his love for West Ham

Superstar Drum & Bass DJ Andy C has recently opened up about his love for West Ham. With the club’s days at the Boleyn Ground now numbered and the move to the Olympic Stadium just around the corner, RealSport invited Andy C down to the famous ground to give him an behind the scenes tour and

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Why West Ham fans must show their class this weekend

That was a fantastic result, even if it was against a below par Blackburn Rovers, a club previously managed by Big Sam, who in fact would have wished for him to stay considering their position in the bottom half of the second tier. This weekend we see Big Sam’s first return to the club since

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Payet signs new West Ham deal, fans go absolutely crazy

He’s signed! All those rumours of a £38m bid from some random club in China are just a distant memory now the club have confirmed Dimitri Payet has signed an improved contract which keeps him in claret and blue until 2021. He has been the Premier League’s signing of the season by a country mile

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West Ham players react emphatically to last-gasp Liverpool win

What a way to win what potentially could be our last ever FA Cup game at the Boleyn Ground. Angelo Ogbonna’s 121st minute header secured our place in the fifth round of the FA Cup, setting up an away trip to Blackburn Rovers in two weeks time. And it was the icing on the cake

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Blackburn ticket details

The Irons have been given an away allocation of 7,200 tickets for the fifth Round clash against Blackburn Rovers and the club has given full details of prices and booking procedures .In a statement on the official website the say Standard adult tickets are priced at just £20, £12 Over-65s/Under-22s and £5 Under-18s.Accessibility Ambulant and […]

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3D Olympic stadium fly through experience

West Ham’s 3D digital partner www.iCreate3d.com has released new 3D animated Sequences to show how West Ham branding will look in the Olympic Stadium when finished. www.iCreate3d.com – Animated Sequences for Marketing the New West Ham, Olympic Stadium, London from iCreate on Vimeo. Share This:

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West Ham must not get complacent against struggling Villa

It may not have been the most exciting affair, but we fought out a hard earned 0-0 draw at Anfield to earn a replay last weekend, which could be the last ever FA cup game at the Boleyn, but we are all hoping that is not the case. We went into the game with a

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The most beautiful photo of the Boleyn Ground you will ever see…

Saturday evening’s draw with Manchester City epitomised everything we love and cherish about the Boleyn Ground. Under the lights, the ground rocking, the atmosphere electric, the players going toe to toe with the Premier League’s strongest squad and being unlucky to have only drawn the game. It had everything, and made me realise just how

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A fitting tribute to a West Ham legend and the Boleyn…

The word ‘Legend’ gets used all too much in Football nowadays. The dictionary meaning of legend is; a superstar, icon, genius or a phenomenon. Ex-West Ham players worthy of such a status, in my humble opinion, would be the likes of Sir Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters, Sir Trevor Brooking and Billy Bonds.

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Hammers Chat – Top four or FA Cup glory… what would you prefer?

So it’s the FA Cup third round this weekend and the big debate at the moment is whether we should take it seriously this season or not. Of course we should be taking any competition seriously, but with a huge chance of mounting a serious challenge on a top six finish at the minute, would

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Looking back at West Ham’s greatest ever Premier League players

Regardless of your age and how long you’ve supported West Ham, there’ll be an equal feeling of sadness when we leave the Boleyn Ground this summer. It is one of the Premier League’s last remaining football grounds that still boasts the authentic feeling of being close to the action, but soon it’ll be gone forever.

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How can West Ham avoid a post-Christmas slump this year?

As I write, we currently sit third in the Premier League on 20 points from 10 games and plenty of excitement is buzzing amongst the fans. Lots of talk of a very good season and even perhaps a top four finish shows just how optimistic we all are of sending off the Boleyn Ground in style,

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Super Slav – Showing potential to be West Ham’s best ever?

When Sam Allardyce was sacked just minutes after the final whistle of the last game of the 2014/2015 season, not many people thought Slaven Bilic was going to get the job. He seemed passionate and willing, but many preferred West Ham to aim higher up and try to get more ‘experienced’ managers like Rafa Benitez

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Is this West Ham’s starting XI to beat Chelsea?

If we hadn’t been so ropey at home I’d back us to beat Chelsea this weekend. But instead I can’t shake the feeling Chelsea will probably put in their best performance of the season so far and wipe the floor with us. But… I don’t want to be negative during such a positive time for

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More amazing pictures of West Ham’s Olympic Stadium have been released

It’s now less than 300 days until we make the huge move from the Boleyn Ground to the Olympic Stadium – 296 days, to be exact. We were lucky enough to have seen just how amazing the stadium looks during the Rugby World Cup, with many fans tweeting their amazement of just how stunning it

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