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FIVE things we learned from West Ham’s win over Liverpool

West Ham put in a  tantalising display of traditional attacking football that made Liverpool look like an average side rather than a title chasing team. The tactics were a joy to behold, the starting eleven all gave 100%, the atmosphere was electric, and everyone had nothing but positive things to say after the game. A… Read more »

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West Ham should be excited by new Olympic Stadium images

West Ham have released some more artist impression images of the what the Olympic Stadium might look like once we make the switch from the Boleyn Gorund in August 2016. Announcing the launch of Club London, the VIP members club located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the club also revealed some more images of what… Read more »

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West Ham’s new Olympic Stadium looks awesome

West Ham have released some more artist impression images of the what the Olympic Stadium might look like once we make the switch from the Boleyn Gorund in August 2016. Announcing the launch of Club London, the VIP members club located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the club also revealed some more images of what… Read more »

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Could he turn out to be the good guy at West Ham?

We may only be four games into the season, 13th in the table and with one point less than at this stage last season, but Monday night’s 2-2 draw at Hull City has created a sense of optimism amongst fans. The team performed much better than in their inept display against Southampton and I believe… Read more »

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How can West Ham stop Liverpool’s new boy?

Mario Balotelli – The big, strong, athletic striker hit the scoresheet in Champions League action midweek and will be looking to create havoc at the Boleyn Ground today. So what do West Ham do to make sure that doesn’t happen? Maybe man-marking is the answer. Balotelli, as everyone knows, has a short fuse and is prone… Read more »

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The Boleyn Ground App – Document your best Upton Park memories

As each day passes we edge ever closer to saying goodbye to the Boleyn Ground.  The ground where we all fell in love with West Ham. The ground where we’ve both laughed and cried in delight or anguish. The ground where West Ham have proudly strutted their stuff for 110 years. But that is all… Read more »

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Like asking a decorator to paint you a Picasso at West Ham?

Three games in and personally I’m yet to be convinced. The nine signings in the summer window are making us look a ‘very good squad,’ and I applaud the two Davids for their input. But, as we all know, three points out of nine and three home defeats before the end of August doesn’t bode… Read more »

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Should West Ham have bowed down to his demands?

Just over two years ago, West Ham pulled off something of a coup in signing Mohamed Diame from Wigan Athletic in order to boost the Hammers’ midfield upon returning to the top flight. The Senegal international joined on a free transfer with West Ham beating the likes of Liverpool to secure his signature. However, despite… Read more »

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Time for West Ham to get even once and for all?

Two weeks ago, on Wednesday 13th August to be exact, Sheffield United were hosting, their ‘local’ rivals Mansfield Town in a dour Capital One cup game. How totally uninteresting. Until that is, the Radio Sheffield commentary team mentioned that the winners of the tie would play West Ham United in the next round With 80 minutes… Read more »

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Why you shouldn’t write West Ham off against Spurs tomorrow

With one of the biggest clashes of the season for all Hammers fans finally arriving tomorrow, we have a team with a pretty bad pre-season behind it, a manager who is the only person in football who thinks he plays an attacking three up front formation and some new signings who don’t know if they will… Read more »

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Match Preview: West Ham v Tottenham

It’s finlly here! The opening weekend of the new season. Spurs at home. Oh how we’ve missed you! It’s been a bit of a turbulent pre-season (well, what did you expect!?) and, without the addition of a few new faces, we’re expected a similar approach from Sam Allardyce as most of last season. Andy Carroll… Read more »

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FIVE attacking players West Ham can still ‘snap up’

With the 2014/15 season fast approaching, the Hammers faithful have been left with much to be desired following just two wins from eight pre-season games. Once again we are left craving more goals. The additions of Argentine Mauro Zarate and World Cup wonder Enner Valencia has left much optimism amongst Irons fans. However, Andy Carroll has… Read more »

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Should we give him another chance at West Ham?

Ravel Morrison today revealed that he’ll be back in training on Thursday following a groin injury picked up early pre-season. He’s also recently revealed that he’s been handed the number 14 shirt for the season, which has to be the biggest hint yet that he still has a role to play in the first team…. Read more »

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For better or worse?

As we embark on our penultimate season at the Boleyn Ground, the inevitable dreams, doubts and, of course, nightmares begin to surface. We’re counting down the hours to the big kick-off and it just had to be Spurs, didn’t it? So the question now springs to mind – how well have we equipped ourselves to… Read more »

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TWELVE alternative crest designs for West Ham

The club says the fans have spoken. The fans say the club has spoken. Either way, this whole new crest idea has turned in to one hell of a controversy. Whether you like West Ham’s new crest design or not, you can’t deny that the way in which the club have gone about adopting it… Read more »

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Would this be the ultimate tribute to Mark the end of an era?

With the 2015-2016 season set to be our last at Upton Park, many ideas have been voiced about making our last year at Upton Park one to remember. Themed matches has been one idea with each home match dedicated to a former player or manager. I think this is a fantastic idea. Players such as… Read more »

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Hammers fans open to historic crest change

So the club have done the inevitable and opened a consultation about the a potential change of the club’s crest to coincide with West Ham’s move to the Olympic Stadium in August 2016. It’s something most fans was expecting and a decision many had previously been open to, but under the proviso that the club’s… Read more »

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Getting hooked from 200 miles away

West Ham prides itself on being a big club and, even though they haven’t won a major trophy since their FA Cup final triumph in 1980, they still regularly fill the Boleyn Ground. Outsiders may struggle to understand why this is, but here’s my story as a long distance West Ham fan whose round trip… Read more »

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Hammers in for Dortmund striker

If reports on Goal are to be believed, West Ham are amongst a number of clubs looking at Borussia Dortmund striker Julian Schieber. The 25-year-old is out of favour at Dortmund after registering just one goal in 20 Bundesliga appearances last term, having struggled to keep Robert Lewandowski out of the team. And now it’s… Read more »

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Hammers ‘sign’ Barcelona’s £30m superstar

Well, not exactly.  We’re all well used to some of the most outrageous transfer rumours flying around during a window, and we occasionally see a couple happened for real (Carlos Tevez coming to West Ham wasn’t exactly a run of the mill transfer rumour that became reality). But while Arsenal, Man City, Liverpool and Man… Read more »

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A good start to a ‘new dawn’ at West Ham?

When Sam Allardyce was given the green light to continue at Upton Park last Tuesday, he immediately started planning for the upcoming season. This included identifying players he wanted, wasting no time in setting his sights on Argentinean forward Mauro Zarate, and a three-year deal has now been completed. Various press reports are claiming that… Read more »

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West Ham’s ‘Dream Defence’ next season

One of the highlights of last season was our defence and the number of clean sheets we kept. But since then we’ve seen George McCartney released, Pablo Armero sent back to Napoli and, of course, the not so premature release of Razvan Rat. So we’re going to need to strengthen at the back a little,… Read more »

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The right decision was made, now to look forward

After constructive talks with the co-owners, it was announced earlier this week that Sam Allardyce will remain at Upton Park for the foreseeable future following what was a disappointing season, finishing just seven points off the relegation zone in 13th place.  The storm over Allardyce’s future began early in the season, as the fans probably… Read more »

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SIX more promises Allardyce must make to win the fans over

So that’s it then. He’s staying and there’s nothing an online poll or a banner outside the chairman’s house can do about it. Sam Allardyce has saved his job by promising two things; employing an attacking coach and playing more attractive football. Both of which the fans will be genuinely happy to hear. But that… Read more »

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Why this Dutchman is the only man capable of replacing Allardyce

It seems strange to talk about replacements for Sam Allardyce when he still has his ample frame in the managers chair. But lately, three candidates have appeared to be in a race on their own to be West Hams next manager, if you believe what you read in tomorrows chip paper. Those three candidates are David Moyes, Gus… Read more »

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These figures prove that West Ham fans are right to be angry

The football West Ham fans were regularly forced to endure over this season has quite rightly got the fans calling for Allardyce to be sacked. The money that loyal fans pay to watch the Hammers every week is astronomical, and they’ve deserved a lot more for their hard earned cash on so many occasions throughout… Read more »

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Chelsea 29
2 Liverpool 28
3 Manchester City 26
4 West Ham United 23
5 Arsenal 23
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 20
7 Tottenham Hotspur 19
8 Brighton & Hov… 18
9 Manchester United 17
10 Crystal Palace 16
11 Aston Villa 16
12 Everton 15
13 Leicester City 15
14 Southampton 14
15 Brentford 13
16 Watford 13
17 Leeds United 12
18 Burnley 9
19 Norwich City 9
20 Newcastle United 6

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