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Chelsea 1-1 West Ham: Premier League – as it happened

An expert finish from Javier Hernandez and some fine goalkeeping from Joe Hart earned West Ham a valuable point at Stamford Bridge 6.24pm BST Chelsea are booed off, which is a bit harsh . They played pretty well and should have won, but Joe Hart made three excellent saves and the substitute Javier Hernandez scored an emphatic equaliser. West Ham are now six points clear of the relegation places, and should have more than enough to stay in this division…

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The fans are revolting

Somewhere in Central London. “Good morning Sporting Club Acquisitions my name is Mary how can I help you?”. “Morning Mary it’s Karen, Karen Brady can I speak to Mr Goldberg?”. “Errr Lady Brady he’s in a meeting at the moment can I take a message?”. “It’s rather urgent”. “I understand he’s back to back all day then mmmm, let me see……….. no tied up all week and the next. I’ll let him know you called …

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Moyes: Fonte exit motivated by World Cup

David Moyes says West Ham defender Jose Fonte signed for Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang to increase his chances of playing at the 2018 World Cup.

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Fonte close to West Ham exit

West Ham defender Jose Fonte is closing in on a move to Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang, according to Sky sources.

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West Ham to sell Jose Fonte to Chinese Super League side

The 34-year-old has been hampered by injuries and the deal from Dalian offered West Ham the best chance to recoup some of the £8million they paid to Southampton for him in January 2017.

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Cedric Bakambu will be missed by Villarreal and La Liga

PETE JENSON IN SPAIN: Cedric Bakambu had all the requisites to become the next big thing in the Premier League. Crystal Palace, West Ham, Newcastle and Everton had all shown interest.

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When does the transfer window open?

Clubs will get the chance to buy, sell and loan players again in January – here are all the details about the window…

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Where Are They Now? West Ham’s Portugeezers

Paolo Futre  1996-97 Highly decorated in Portuguese and European football, Futre was one of the most sought after players in Europe during the late eighties and early nineties. By the time he joined West Ham injuries had diminished his fitness but not his talent. Sadly his time at West Ham is mainly remembered for his refusal to wear any other shirt apart from the number 10, which is alleged to have been taken off John Moncur to appease the Portuguese playmaker. Moncur was alleged…

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Worst XI: The Strikers Part 2 – League Cup debacles and a misfiring Gunner

Emmanuel Omoyinmi 1995-2000, 2 (11) Apps Manny is probably one the most remembered names from the late nineties side but unfortunately for all the wrong reasons. A product of the youth team, Manny struggled to establish himself in the team despite his promise. He did score twice against Crystal Palace in 1998 but its final game for the club for which he will be remembered. West Ham were in the midst of quite …

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Hammers Frozen-Out By Slick City In Iceland

A severely weakened West Ham side were well-beaten by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City yesterday in the final friendly of pre-season, the annual Super-Match at The Laugardalsvollur National Stadium in Iceland. Slaven Bilic’s men came into the tie off the back of a disappointing tour of Germany where we didn’t manage to pick up a single win against weak opposition. Whereas, The Citizens had been in The USA at The International …

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Match Preview: Manchester City vs West Ham United: The Super Match Pre-Season Friendly

We take on Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in our glamorous penultimate friendly of pre-season in a very rare location later today, after completing the first two legs of our European tour in Austria and Germany over the past couple of weeks. In that time, Slaven Bilic’s boys have won only once against Fulham, drawn three against Sturm Graz ll, Werder Bremen and Altona 93 and lost once against Werder Bremen, but go into The Super Match with good fitness levels. …

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Defence of a Noble Man

I feel the need to defend a Noble man. Mark Noble limped out of the pre-season friendly Saturday against Werder Bremen with an ankle injury, that though did not dampen the twitterrati attack on him by many West Ham fans for his performance in the first half of the 2-2 draw in Germany, many who it seems have short memories. No player should just be picked to play for the team on merit, but for me Noble if fit, should be the…

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Young Hammers Embark On Loans As The New Season Dawns

Young Hammers pair join Bolton Our bright young Academy duo of Josh Cullen and Reece Burke have joined EFL Championship side Bolton Wanderers on season-long loans. Both Cullen and Burke were recently on our pre-season tour of Europe, featuring in four friendlies against Sturm Graz ll, Fulham and two fixtures against Bundesliga side Werder Bremen. However, the starlets were allowed to fly back to England ahead of the Altona 93 game to formally sign for Phil Parkinson at The…

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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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Hammers Block Approaches For Vital Players As Bilic Ends Transfer Rumours

Bilic rules out further major activity Our Croatian manager Slaven Bilic has all but ruled out any further huge deals in this Transfer Window. We have already tied down the likes of Marko Arnautovic and Javier Hernandez for £24 million and £16 million respectively, as well as capturing the Manchester City duo of England No1 Joe Hart and right-back Pablo Zabaleta. Havard Nordtveit, Enner Valencia Ashley Fletcher and Darren Randolph have all gone in the other direction for fees…

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Where Are They Now?: Jack Collison

Many Hammers will remember the name Jack Collison as one of the brightest young West Ham players in the last couple of decades, but how did he have his career cut-short? And where is he now? The former Welsh international joined our Academy at the age of 17 in 2005 and would make his Hammers debut just two-years later at The Emirates Stadium on New Year’s Day 2008. Collison would also go on to make one further appearance during the…

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Worst XI: The Strikers Part One, Goal Shy Strikers

West Ham’s recent history is littered with poor strikers completely over shadowed by the ghosts of the past the next big thing has often crumbled under the pressure despite big reputations and even bigger pay packets here is part one of 3! Benni McCarthy 2010-2011, 3 (11) Apps South Africa’s top scorer and the first South African to win the Champions League, McCarthy came with a big reputation and an even bigger waistline. The South African poacher came to West Ham…

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Throwback Thursday 2013: Remembering A World Football Icon

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we speak to Jack, 15 and a Hammers Season Ticket holder about a very special night under the light at Upton Park in 2013. “Born into an East-End family in 2002, there was only ever one team that my Dad was going to accept me supporting and that club was of course, West Ham United. Although I was born in the generation of such Hammers’ legends as Paulo Di Canio, Rio Ferdinand and Frank…

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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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Where Are They Now? Foes Of The 2010/2011 Season: Part Four: Pablo Barrera

After exploring the main defensive culprit of our dreadful relegation in the form of Matthew Upson last week, this week, we look further forward to attack and more especially: Pablo Barrera. Who was this little-known Mexican winger? How did he help to make our torrid demise? And where is he now? A youthful Barrera started his career in his native Mexico with Mexico City based Primera Division Side Club Universidad …

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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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Middlesbrough sign Darren Randolph from West Ham for £5m

Middlesbrough have signed Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph for £5m on a four-year deal to help him in his quest for regular football ahead of next year’s World Cup.

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Energetic Hammers Overcome Fulham With Ease

A slick West Ham side registered the first win of pre-season in the second friendly of the tour of Austria against EFL Championship side Fulham in Graz yesterday. Temperatures had soared throughout the day in the mountains, as a blend of youth and experience was picked to start the game by Slaven Bilic. There had been much anticipation at the potential Claret and Blue debut of England No1 Joe Hart, but the former Manchester City man was not…

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Excitement Grows As Patient Hammers Are Finally Rewarded

Hammers announce Hart After weeks and weeks of speculation, Joe Hart was finally unveiled as a West Ham United player on Tuesday. The England keeper has joined on a season-long loan from parent club Manchester City, but there is no option to buy at the end of it. However, City boss Pep Guardiola is understood to want to offload the shot-stopper next summer with The London Stadium most likely to become Hart’s new permanent home. The…

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2016/2017 Season Review Part Five: December: A Joyful Festive Season

Last week in the fourth edition of our weekly 2016/2017 Season Review we looked at torrid November 2016, but this week we look at a stunning recovery in December. December As the dreadful month of November drew to a close, many Hammers fans were dreading the Festive period, but a fantastic and key part of the season was to follow. Despite our run of three victories in a row in December, the month would start the …

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The Scout Report: Keita Baldé

West Ham United have reportedly jumped to the head of the queue to sign Lazio star Keita Baldé after agreeing a fee of around £27 million. With fellow Premier League sides Chelsea and Everton showing interest along with Italian giants Inter, the Hammers are looking to get the transfer confirmed ahead of the rest. It is now up to the player, who is thought to be wanting to move away from Lazio to …

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# Team P
1 Liverpool 46
2 Leicester City 38
3 Manchester City 32
4 Chelsea 29
5 Manchester United 24
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 24
7 Tottenham Hotspur 23
8 Sheffield United 22
9 Arsenal 22
10 Crystal Palace 22
11 Newcastle United 22
12 Brighton & Hov… 19
13 Burnley 18
14 Everton 17
15 AFC Bournemouth 16
16 West Ham United 16
17 Aston Villa 15
18 Southampton 15
19 Norwich City 11
20 Watford 9

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