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Main Talking Points: West Ham United vs Arsenal: Premier League Matchday Seventeen

It’s now time to trawl back over some of the main causes of discussion from last night’s goalless draw with Arsene Wenger’s at The London Stadium, as David Moyes’ Claret & Blue Army dropped a further place towards the foot of the Table. Organised Hammers Earn Point The reign of Moyes continued to bring with it with well-disciplined Football yesterday evening, keeping out one of the best attacks in The Premier League comfortably for 90 minutes. The away side …

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Delph targets Premier League record with derby win over Man Utd

City made it 13 top-flight victories in a row after seeing off West Ham and next take on their local rivals in a top-of-the table clash

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Hammers In Europe: Mapping West Ham United’s European Successes

With The Premier League’s crème de la crème currently enjoying the penultimate round of Champions and Europa League matches of 2017, we look back at our own history in UEFA Competitions and find out that East London has been put on the map in Europe. West Ham United is not a club that is often synonymized with glory on the world stage, or in fact on The Continental one, however, our history in such glitzy Tournaments isn’t as …

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Match Preview: West Bromwich Albion vs West Ham United: Premier League Match Day Five

In Game Week Five of the 2017/2018 Premier League season, Slaven Bilic and the boys make the 140 Mile round trip to The Hawthorns, where they will be joined by 2,700 of The Claret & Blue Army to take on West Bromwich Albion. We go into the game with momentum and confidence after our vital victory over Huddersfield Town in Stratford on Monday night. Whereas, the hosts are feeling the opposite coming off a 3-1 thumping at The Amex Stadium, to halt …

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Arnautovic Off As Saints Seal Fortunate Three Points

  Club-record signing Marko Arnautovic saw red in a first-half moment of madness, as a late Charlie Austin penalty was enough to give Southampton a thrilling 3-2 victory over us at The St Mary’s Stadium yesterday afternoon. The encounter, which was a tale of two halves, also Javier Hernandez’s first goals in Claret & Blue, but not even they were enough to stop Mauricio Pellegrino’s men notching a contentious …

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2016/2017 Season Review Part Seven: February And March: A Relegation Storm Brews

After a mixed start to The New-Year, the months of February and March would bring nothing but pain and misery as we were plunged into a relegation battle and the start of a dreadful winless run. February Despite the positive end to January that included two-consecutive victories, there would be no such joy in the second month of the year, and February would start as it meant to go on. …

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2016/2017 Season Review Part Six: January: A Dismal New-Year

Festive cheer would be spread in the month of December as our poor form picked up, but the dismal January blues would plague the New-Year in the Hammers world. However, there would still be some joy in the otherwise embarrassing start to the second-half of the 2016/2017 Premier League season. January In an unusual and uncharacteristic move, there were no Premier League fixtures on New-Year’s Day and only on the 2nd of January. …

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Arnie Finally Joins As Hammers Await “Chicharito” Unveiling

Hammers announce Hernandez terms agreed After weeks and months of widespread speculation, the agreement of personal terms between the club and Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez were finally announced on Thursday. “Chicharito”, as he is known throughout the world of Football, became Mexico’s all-time leading goal-scorer earlier in the year, and is scheduled to have his medical at Spire Roding on Monday. The move has been praised by many a football fan and pundit alike, …

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Young Hammers Get First-Team Chances As Pre-Season Begins

Hammers fly out to Austria Slaven Bilic flew his first-team out to Austria yesterday as our pre-season tour of Europe began. The squad are returning to the site of our friendlies against Rubin Kazan, Slovacko and Karlsruher SC before the start of last season. However, Hammers fans will be hoping that we fare better this time, as we only picked up one win out of three games in …

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2016/2017 Season Review Part Three: Things Go From Bad To Worse In The West Ham World

In part three of our weekly 2016/2017 Season Review, we look at the turbulent months of September and October and how they helped to set the tone for a dismal first season at The London Stadium. September The second month of the Premier League season would not see League action until September 10th, as England left it late to overcome Slovakia in Sam Allardyce’s first and last game in charge of The Three Lions. However, many Hammers fans…

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Ex Hammer Retires As Young Hammers Prepare For A Big Summer

Seats sell fast for Altona clash It has been revealed by the club in the last few days that almost 5,000 seats have been sold for our pre-season clash with German outfit Altona 93. The tie is set to take place on Tuesday 1st August at The Adolf-Jager Kampfbahn Stadium, with kick-off being at 5.30 PM BST. The clash is also scheduled for just a few days after the conclusion of The Betway Cup, which is this …

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Where Are They Now?: 80s Stars

Mark Ward 1985 -1990 Signed from Oldham in 1985 for £250,000 as a replacement for the departing Paul Allen, Ward played every game in the 1985-86 season which saw West Ham finish 3rd in the top flight. A strong busy right sided midfielder, Ward had an edge to go with his guile and his gutsy determined performances made his a popular player with the fans in the late 80’s. Ward left for Manchester City in 1990 as …

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Irish Hammers

To mark Declan Rice’s call up to the full Irish Squad, here are five fellow Irishmen who were capped while playing for the Hammers. Noel Cantwell Cantwell was signed by West Ham from Cork Athletic in 1952 as an enterprising 18-year-old full-back. Cantwell spend 8 years with the club, the high point being captaining the side to the Division Two Championship in the 1957-58 season, leading the club to its first appearance in the top flight of English football since 1932. …

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West Ham old boys Kevin Nolan and Carlton Cole train with Slaven Bilic’s men ahead of trip to Tottenham

A couple of old faces joined West Ham’s current crop for training on Thursday as Kevin Nolan and Carlton Cole returned to Rush Green. The pair spent a total of 13 years at the east London club.

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It was Wycombe’s men against West Ham’s boys with no fans or glamour in a cup that nobody loves, but is the Checkatrade Trophy all that bad?

MATT BARLOW SPECIAL REPORT: West Ham lost 3-0 and yet Terry Westley, their head of player development, was satisfied that his players were gaining valuable experience.

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Slaven Bilic boys love to gatecrash… West Ham happy to join top-four party after late comeback against 10-man Everton 

So is this a flash in the pan like 30 years ago? Not since 1986 have West Ham United approached the final nine games of a season with such a glorious opportunity.

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