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Disappointed with West Ham United’s cup exit? Nope

I was a little surprised that I wasn’t more upset with our defeat on Tuesday night. Like most of us, I thought

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Leicester claim extra-time win over West Ham despite Adrián heroics

Andy King’s header in the second period of extra-time saw Leicester through to the fourth round of the Capital One Cup after a 2-1 win over West Ham at the King Power Stadium. The tie looked destined for a penalty shoot-out until King, captain for the night, guided a Christian Fuchs cross into the top corner of the net and beyond Adrián, who had kept his side in the game with a string of saves. Continue reading…

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Could this be West Ham United’s starting XI v. Leicester City?

For the first time since in recent memory we’re a bit of force away from home. Excluding our calamitous Europe League campaign

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West Ham draw Leicester in Capital One Cup – Twitter Reaction

West Ham have drawn Leicester City away in the Capital One Cup third round. The Hammers went straight in to the third

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The League Cup finals of the 1980s: from Wolves to Forest, via Norwich and Oxford

A brief guide to the 10 finals in the 1980s, featuring a goal by Andy Gray, a John Lennon cover by Roxy Music and a ‘diabolical’ performance by Jim Smith’s QPR By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog , part of the Guardian Sport Network In a tweet: Forest’s quest for three in a row ended after a calamitous Shilton/Needham mix-up let in Gray to score one of the easiest Wembley winners

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Returning stars to help West Ham continue good run?

After dispatching champions Manchester City at the Boleyn Ground, West Ham traveled to the Brittania Stadium on the highest of highs, with victory a quite attainable goal. While that obviously didn’t happen for us, the positive attitude and morale boost that our comeback draw against Stoke City produced is almost worth as much as all… Read more »

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Why West Ham’s early cup exit is a blessing in disguise

As the dust settles on another defeat in a cup for West Ham it’s hard to find many positives when you think we’re only just in to September and we have only one chance of silverware left. While we all started off the season with great dreams of where West Ham would finish in the… Read more »

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West Ham 1-1 Sheffield United (Sheff Utd win 5-4 on pens) | Capital One Cup match report

West Hams latest big-money signing Enner Valencia missed the decisive penalty after an even Capital One Cup tie at Upton Park. There are now two divisions separating the clubs but it is Sheffield United who progressed into the third round after Valencia, a £14m signing from Pachuca , was the only player to miss his spot-kick as the tie could not be decided after extra time. Continue reading…

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Carlos Tevez affair still cuts deep as Sheffield United face West Ham

Mutual loathing as Bramall Lane club return in League Cup Relegation after Argentinian signed for West Ham still festers The second round of the League Cup is not usually associated with vitriol, venom and downright loathing but there will be an abundance of all three at Upton Park on Tuesday evening when West Ham welcome Sheffield United for the first time since the clubs had an ever so minor disagreement over a certain Argentinian. The memory of Carlos Tevez and…

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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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#BlameTevez: Twitter reacts as West Ham draw Sheffield United

I suppose it just had to happen at some point, didn’t it? About eight years on from that fateful season that saw Carlos Tevez all but single handedly keep West Ham in the Premier League at the apparent expense of Sheffield United, we’ve drawn each other in the Capital One Cup second round – at… Read more »

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Capital One Cup: West Ham v Manchester City – Live Blog

With a 6-0 deficit to overcome Sam Allardyce’s West Ham face a seemingly impossible task against Manchester City at Upton Park in tonight’s Capital One Cup semi-final. A hat-trick by Alvaro Negredo, two goals from Edin Dzeko and a barnstorming goal from Yaya Toure helped Manuel Pellegrini’s side to a comprehensive win at the Etihad,… Read more »

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Proposed starting XI v. Manchester City

We may have all but lost our Capital One Cup semi-final tie with Manchester City, but it does still give us a chance to welcome back a few injured or suspended players and begin working towards the rest of the season. Andy Carroll‘s return has been our biggest boost of the season so far and… Read more »

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Fade and Dying

I woke up today with the reminder of why I supported West Ham. It was 14th April 1991, I was eight sitting on a coach with my dad and brother heading to Villa Park, Birmingham. What a day it turned out to be. Not the score, as the ref Keith Hackett ruined the game by wrongfully sending off Tony Gale and we lost 4-0. However, our fans continuously sang “Billy Bonds’ Claret and Blue Army”. I remember thinking I will love…

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West Ham’s cup draw nightmare

Capital One Cup Draw As I settled down to watch the quarter final draw for the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night, I decided to myself that I was actually quite looking forward to the draw, as I’m sure many other West Ham fans were. After a brilliant win at Burnley, we found ourselves, for the first time really under Big Sam, in a draw for the latter stages of a cup competition. Despite only being the Capital …

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