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Reasons To Be Cheerful! 1-2-3

Whilst the Law Courts of the land may claim that; “Justice is Blind” and in this spirit of fairness I decided to rest the executioner in central midfield in favour of playing the devil’s advocate…after all…squad rotation is the modern way isn’t it? As Halloween approached last October, I was expecting our performance meanderings through Sleepy Hollow to be met by the headless horseman who would cut deeper than a rather close shave. I was as optimistic of …

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West Ham’s Cup Winning Captains

Only two players in our club’s long history have had the chance to lift the FA Cup, here is the profile of the men who wore the armband on the greatest days in the club’s history. Bobby Moore 1958-1974: 646 Apps What can be said about Bobby Moore that hasn’t already been said? West Ham and England Captain through both the club’s and the country’s most successful periods. Moore made his first-team debut in 1958 and by the time …

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Classic Match: Volume Twelve: West Ham United 2-2 Everton (9-8 Penalties) January 2015

In the 12th edition of our Classic Match Series, we take you through the archives once more to relive a memorable FA Cup Third Round Replay clash, one that many will be hoping can be similar to the one that will be played out between West Ham United and Shrewsbury Town at London Stadium this evening. Cast your minds back to the early New Year of 2015, “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars was…

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Matchday Twenty-Three’s Premier League Review: Hammers Taste Dales Delight As Blue Moon Let It Slip At Anfield

After another enthralling weekend of English Top-Flight action, it’s now time to look back at all Matchday 23’s action as David Moyes’ Hammers knocked a tame Terriers side for four and Pep Guardiola’s once-unbeaten Citizens were in for a shock at Anfield on Super Sunday. Stern Foxes Frustrate Blues In West London In the first of the weekend’s encounters, a traditional Saturday afternoon kick-off, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea welcomed Claude Puel’s Leicester City to Stamford Bridge for a frustrating …

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The Hammers Loan Report: City Ground Delight For Snodgrass

It’s that time of the week again to check in with West Ham United’s loan stars sat their various cubs both in England and on the Continent over the last week, this time around, Robert Snodgrass put in an admirable showing to help his Aston Villa side to a key away victory. Robert Snodgrass (Aston Villa) While his fellow loanees Reece Burke, Josh Cullen and Reece Oxford returned to East London this …

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Player Ratings: Huddersfield Town vs West Ham United

Let’s analyse player performance after West Ham United’s remarkable away Premier League thrashing of David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as David Moyes made it 200 English Top-Flight wins as a Manager. Adrian San-Miguel: 7/10 A relatively quiet and successful outing for the Spanish shot-stopper after he resumed his League duties from Joe Hart in the wake of the England man figuring between the sticks for the FA …

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Main Talking Points: Huddersfield Town vs West Ham United

It’s now time to take a look back at some of the main causes of discussion in the wake of West Ham United’s admirable away victory over David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon, as the East Londoners claimed a second win of the season on the road at the John Smith’s Stadium. “World-Class” Arnautovic Delivers Once Again Club-record summer signing Marko Arnautovic earned the widespread plaudits of both Pundits and fans throughout …

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Super Arnautovic Fires Hammers To Huddersfield Rout

A goal and three assists from West Ham United’s club-record winger Marko Arnautovic aided them to an emphatic 1-4 thrashing of David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town in the Premier League at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Returning Captain Mark Noble had put David Moyes’ men a goal ahead early on, but Joe Lolley avenged an earlier error to level things up just before half-time, leaving Arnautovic to volley home within 15 seconds of the restart and cancel his effort…

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Luke Talks All Things West Ham United With Football London Correspondent Sam Inkersole

Luke and Sam talk all things West Ham in the latest podcast. The post Luke Talks All Things West Ham United With Football London Correspondent Sam Inkersole appeared first on Moore Than Just A Club .

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Matchday Twenty-Three’s Premier League Preview: Battle Of The David’s In The Dales As The Reds Meet The Citizens

After a weekend off for the Third Round of the 2017/2018 FA Cup, the English Top-Flight is back once more for another few days of enthralling action up and down the Country as the League leaders travel to the cauldron of Anfield on Super Sunday and the Hammers journey to Yorkshire for a crucial clash. Chelsea vs Leicester City (Saturday 3 PM) To kick-off all of Game Week 23’s spills and thrills, Antonio …

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Live Blog: David Moyes’ Pre-Huddersfield Town Press Conference Live From Rush Green

2:30 PM: Unfortunately, that’s all we can bring you this afternoon here at the club’s Training Ground as Manager Moyes has now finished addressing us, but you can stay where you are for all of our build-up to tomorrow’s League clash between Huddersfield Town and West Ham United and continued reaction to today’s Press Conference, right here on www.moorethanjustaclub.com. I would like to thank you for joining us on this chilly January day…

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On This Day: 2011: A Night That I Will Never Forget

It’s not often that I would write an Article in this style, indeed ever using the word “I” in my work, as regular readers will have surely picked up on by now, but a glance at today’s date (11 January 2018) and I couldn’t resist. This date will always be very special to me because I can attribute it to being the most enthralling night of my life so far and it…

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The Hammers Loan Report: Burke And Cullen Return As Snodgrass’ Villa Suffer Cupset

It’s that time of the week once again, to check in with West Ham United’s various loanees both at home and on the Continent and see how they have been doing over the past seven days as Robert Snodgrass couldn’t inspire Aston Villa and Reece Burke and Josh Cullen enjoyed a homecoming. Reece Burke and Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) Following Reece Oxford who returned from his loan spell at Borussia Monchengladbach over the festive period, …

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Player Ratings: Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham United: Football Association Challenge Cup Third Round

Let’s take an in-depth look at player performance after Sunday’s FA Cup Third Round draw at the New Meadow against Paul Hurst’s League One Shrewsbury Town, as the Shrews forced an unlikely Cup Replay to savour back at the London Stadium. Joe Hart: 8/10 Making his first start since before Christmas against the club where his jewel-encrusted career began, the England keeper kept his first Irons clean sheet in all Competitions since the back end of September. A …

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Match Preview: Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham United: Football Association Challenge Cup Third Round

David Moyes’ West Ham United will enter the Third Round of the 2017/2018 FA Cup, along with 19 other Premier League teams, on the first weekend of January, making the trip to face Paul Hurst’s League One outfit Shrewsbury Town in Football’s oldest Competition. The hosts are fresh from a slim New Years’ Day victory over Oldham Athletic in England’s Third Division, whereas, the Hammers have played twice since then, defeating West Bromwich Albion and drawing away at Tottenham…

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10 Things you didn’t Know About: Shrewsbury Town

West Ham face high flying Shrewsbury Town in a tricky tie in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup on Sunday here are 10 facts about you may not know about Sundays opponents 1.  Shrewsbury were formed in 1886 at the Turf Hotel Shrewsbury. 2.  Shrewsbury were admitted to the Football League in 1950 following the Football Leagues decision to extend the League from 88 teams to 92. 3.  Shrewsbury have won the Welsh Cup 6 times a record for an English team. 4.  Shrewsbury Town played at former …

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10 Things About: West Ham and the FA Cup Final

West Ham have an interesting and varied history with the FA Cup here are 10 facts about West Ham’s appearances in the Final 1.  West Ham played Bolton in the first ever Final to be played at Wembley Stadium in 1923, such were the crowds on that day it is widely accepted as being the record attendance at an FA Cup final. The official attendance is logged at 126,047 but, somewhere in the region of 300,000 …

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We need to talk about Andy

When I got back from The London Stadium and settled down with a coffee to watch Match of The Day after seeing West Ham climb out of the relegation zone I had a feeling of jubilation that we’re finally on the up. I scrolled through various club sites and forums and couldn’t believe what I was reading about Andy Carroll, you know the guy who’d just scored twice to win the match in the dying seconds. Never has there been a player…

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Matchday Twenty-Two’s Premier League Review: Business As Usual For Citizens As Hammers Down Baggies

It’s now time to take a look back at all the action from yet another enthralling New Year Game Week of the English Top-Flight, as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City got back to winning ways and David Moyes’ Hammers claimed some pivotal points. New Years Day saw the first slice of PL action of 2018 and it would be a South Coast Derby to remember as Chris Hughton’s Seagulls and Eddie Howe’s Cherries met up the Amex Stadium. In the …

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Match Preview: Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United: Premier League Matchday Twenty-One

In a Game Week 21 encounter that was rescheduled from last Sunday (31 December 2017), David Moyes’ Hammers make the trip to face off with Mauricio Pochettino’s Lilywhites, in what is expected to be a classic, feisty London Derby. Spurs go into the clash off the back of an impressive and comfortable away win at the Liberty Stadium on just Tuesday night, meanwhile, the Irons were also in action that evening and also claimed all …

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Classic Match: Volume Nine: Tottenham Hotspur 0-3 West Ham United October 2013

In the ninth edition of our Classic Match series, once again, we dig deep into the archives to relive a memorable encounter from the past, this time around, we look back at a certain meeting with tonight’s opposition at Wembley Stadium in Tottenham Hotspur. Cast your minds back to the early autumn of 2013, “Talk Dirty” by Jason Derulo was on top of the British Music Charts and the 2017 Rugby World Cup was about to …

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Player Ratings: West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion: Premier League Matchday Twenty-Two

Let’s take an in-depth look at player performance from yesterday evening’s remarkable late win over Alan Pardew’s Baggies, as David Moyes’ Irons celebrated the New Year with three points of the highest importance in the battle for Top-Flight survival. Adrian San-Miguel: 8/10 A strong evening for the Spanish shot-stopper after he had conceded six goals in his last two games before last night, as he made numerous important saves at key points in the affair. Adrian was criticised …

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Main Talking Points: West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion: Premier League Matchday Twenty-Two

It’s now time to trawl back over some of the main causes of discussion in the wake of last night’s thrilling East London matchup up between the Hammers and the Baggies, as David Moyes’ side left it late to move up and out of the Relegation zone. Hammers Begin 2018 In Winning Fashion For the first time in two years, the East Londoners have welcomed in a New Year with a victory, namely last …

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Last-Gasp Carroll Magic Downs Baggies In Relegation Six-Pointer

An incredible 94th-minute strike from West Ham United striker Andy Carroll was enough to give David Moyes’ side a crucial three points against fellow strugglers West Bromwich Albion at the London Stadium yesterday evening. Alan Pardew’s visitors had taken the lead in the first period when James McClean’s long-range effort found the back of the net, but they were pegged back early in the second-half by Carroll. The former England…

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Live Blog: West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion: Premier League Matchday 20 Live From The London Stadium

Full-time: West Ham United 2-1 West Bromwich Albion. 90+4: Carroll gives a free-kick away, the away side have a player booked. 90+3: Carroll gets it again with a great finish at the far post!! The London Stadium erupts!! The hosts have surely won this!! 90+3: GOAL!!! 2-1!!!!!! 90+2: Hegazi blocks as Carroll looks to set someone free with a flick. 90+1: There is a touchline altercation that stops the play. 90: Burke controls in …

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Match Preview: West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion: Premier League Matchday Twenty-Two

In the 22nd round of matches of the 2017/2018 Premier League campaign, David Moyes’ Hammers are set to entertain Alan Pardew’s Baggies in a clash that is worthy of the name “Relegation six-pointer” if there ever was one, both club’s first game of 2018. The Irons head into the clash having enjoyed a week off over the festive period, drawing 3-3 to Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium the last time that they took to the field, whilst, West Brom were most…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Leicester City 9
2 Liverpool 9
3 Everton 9
4 Aston Villa 6
5 Arsenal 6
6 Crystal Palace 6
7 Leeds United 6
8 Tottenham Hotspur 4
9 Chelsea 4
10 Newcastle United 4
11 West Ham United 3
12 Brighton & Hov… 3
13 Manchester City 3
14 Manchester United 3
15 Southampton 3
16 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
17 West Bromwich Albion 1
18 Burnley 0
19 Sheffield United 0
20 Fulham 0

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