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The Hammers Loan Report: Disappointment for Burke, Cullen, And Oxford As Snodgrass Tastes Sweet Victory

After Domestic Football returned in the wake of a cruelly dull International Break, it’s that time of the week once again to check in with our loan stars at their various clubs both in England and on The Continent as there was more frustration for Reece Burke, Josh Cullen and Reece Oxford and joy on the road for Robert Snodgrass. Reece Burke and Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) After both being recalled by…

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Main Talking Points: Watford vs West Ham United

It’s now time to take an in-depth look at some of the main causes of discussion in the wake of yesterday’s 2-0 defeat at Vicarage Road, as the David Moyes era got off to the worst possible start. A New Manager But The Same Mistakes For Moyes It was clear for the Footballing World to see yesterday in Hertfordshire that little has changed at West Ham United from the Slaven …

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Match Preview: Watford vs West Ham United: Premier League Matchday Twelve

As Domestic Football finally returns after another painstaking International Break, David Moyes takes charge of West Ham United for the first time, with Marco Silva’s Watford standing in the way of him starting his new Job with a victory in an eagerly-awaited Super Sunday clash. The Hornets come into the encounter off the back of a rotten run of League form, losing each of their last three PL fixtures, the most recent …

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Daring Derby Drub Young Hammers In London Stadium Thrashing

Terry Westley’s U23s succumbed to an embarrassing 1-5 defeat to a rampant Derby County side in their PL2 Division One encounter last night, on what was yet another evening to forget in Stratford. Darren Wassall’s men were always in control of the affair, taking the game by the scruff of the neck after less than 30 seconds as Offrande Zanzala finished past Nathan Trott and the lead was doubled by Luke Thomas a short while after. Just before the break, Zanzala popped …

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Is David Moyes the right manager for West Ham?

A lot of debate has been sparked by the exact question, is David Moyes a step backwards for West Ham? Personally, I think this has a sense of truth along with a sense of falseness in terms of where West Ham were when Slaven Bilic got sacked. David Moyes had what some people would say a good career while at Everton, getting Europa League in a few seasons as well…

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I’m The Boss: New era, same issues

So it finally happened, West Ham have dispensed with the services of Slaven and the David Moyes era begins. Moyes’ appointment has been greeted in a thoroughly underwhelming manner which is perhaps on balance a little unfair. Moyes is not a sexy or trendy appointment, his teams are functional rather than fluent but we should not forget that he was once seen as a good enough manager to take over at Manchester United. The Scotsman is an…

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Moore than just a Podcast Ep10: Moyes Addresses The Media

This week on A Week In The World Of West Ham United, Luke discusses the ins and outs of a very busy few days in East London, and we hear every word from David Moyes’ first Press Conference in charge at The London Stadium. The post Moore than just a Podcast Ep10: Moyes Addresses The Media appeared first on Moore Than Just A Club .

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Who Is West Ham United’s Greatest Ever International Player?

It’s an age-old debate amongst members of The Claret & Blue Army, but today we attempt to name the greatest ever West Ham United player to have represented their Country of origin. Along the way, we encounter some familiar and not so familiar faces before ultimately answer the aforementioned question ahead of this week’s last International Break of 2017. Since the start of the club’s existence in the 19th century, …

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Hammers November International Break Preview

That time of the season has come around ever so quickly yet again, yes, it’s another International Break, the third of the season and the final one before the end of the year. But never fear there are still plenty of West Ham United stars in action, 14 to be precise, most of them vying for a place in Russia at Qualification draws to an end across The World. Europe Over on the familiar shores of…

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Where Are They Now? George McCartney

A traditional full-back if there ever was one and surely a player that can be considered an integral part of modern West Ham United history, George McCartney enjoyed two superb spells in East London. But, just how did the Northern Irishman end up alternating between the same clubs in a bizarre career? Where does he rank in the list of the Claret & Blue Army’s favourite full-backs? And where is he…

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Hammers Appoint Manager Moyes As Immediate Successor To Bilic

It was announced, as expected, by West Ham United this morning that former Manchester United Boss David Moyes will be the man charged with taking the club forward less than 24 hours after the sacking of Slaven Bilic. The Scotsman has been appointed on a six-month basis which should see him through to the end of the season, upon arrival in East London he had this to say to say to WHUFC.com: …

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Player Ratings: West Ham United vs Liverpool

Let’s take a more in-depth look at player performance from Saturday’s dreadful London Stadium defeat to a boisterous Liverpool side, as Slaven Bilic’s men took fierce criticism from all angles after an absent showing. Joe Hart: 6/10 Having put in such an impressive performance at Selhurst Park last Saturday afternoon, the England shot-stopper was put to shame by a rampant Reds attack as he conceded four. One could very much argue that Hart was scarcely to blame for …

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Main Talking Points: West Ham United vs Liverpool

It’s now time to delve deep into the primary causes of discussion from yesterday’s disappointing London Stadium defeat to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, as we fell into The Relegation Zone for the first time since the start of the campaign. Reds Defeat Leaves Bilic On The Brink If there was a time that Croatian Boss Slaven Bilic has been under more pressure during his spell in East London, many Hammers are unaware of it altogether as Bilic comes under fire from left…

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Electric Reds Overwhelm Lost Hammers In London Stadium Rout

A fast-paced and quite superb performance from Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool was enough to secure a 1-4 victory on Saturday evening to pile the pressure on an already stretched Slaven Bilic. The visitors were emphatic from the off and took their opportunities exactly when they needed to, racing into a first-half lead with two goals in the space of three minutes from Mo Salah and Joel Matip. In a resurgent second period showing from …

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The Hammers Loan Report Article: Mixed Fortunes For Burke And Cullen, Along with Snodgrass As Oxford Is Left Disappointed

It’s that time of the week again, to check in with our Hammer loan stars at their various clubs both in England and on The Continent to review all their action from the last seven days as Reece Burke and Josh Cullen endured a mixed week, Robert Snodgrass tasted Villa Park disappointment and it was back to usual for Reece Oxford. Reece Burke and Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) Having impressed in their one and only showing for …

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The Rush Green Effect: Was There Ever A Need To Move Training Grounds?

Many will remember the rather sudden and intriguing decision made by Slaven Bilic midway through last season to relocate Training Bases from Chadwell Heath to Rush Green in Romford, but has the move really had its desired impact on The Squad? Upon visiting the cosy Facility every Thursday for Bilic’s Press Conferences and various other Media events, I found myself pondering this question like many other Journalists. The original reason for Bilic and his Coaching Staff deciding to make the 1.7-…

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