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West Ham make tying Domingos Quina to new long-term contract a priority

West Ham have made tying Domingos Quina to a new long-term contract a priority following the midfielder’s sterling displays at the European Under-19 Championships.

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What’s new in the PL for 2018/19?

With the 2018/19 Premier League season fast approaching, there will be some new faces, new clubs and new rules to look out for.

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Cavani ends Mario’s World Cup hopes

Joao Mario’s World Cup is over after Edinson Cavani sent Uruguay into a World Cup quarter-final against France with two goals of the highest order eliminating Portugal.

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Pellegrini targets Europe with West Ham

The new Hammers manager, intends to take the club back into Europe with “attacking football”

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Mourinho plotting Man Utd changes after losing love and trust for certain players

The Red Devils boss has said his side must improve mentally while investing in new signings to bridge the gap in Premier League title challenge

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Chicharito Gives Hammers Valuable Blues Point As Derby Day Doesn’t Disappoint In The Premier League

After yet another truly special weekend of Premier League action, Matchday 33 of the 2017/2018 season to be more precise, it’s now time to look back at all of the last few days’ drama as both the Manchester and Merseyside Derbies were keenly-contested on Derby Day and David Moyes’ West Ham United picked up a valuable result at Stamford Bridge a day later. The Game Week began in Derby Day style live on Sky Sports on …

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Stunning Browne Free-Kick Completes PL2 City Double For Young Hammers

A magnificent first-half free-kick from West Ham United Under-23 attacker Marcus Browne was enough to see off Simon Davies’ Manchester City Under-23s for Terry Westley’s men in the Premier League 2 Division One at the City Football Academy on Thursday evening. The Young Hammers, who have now completed the league double over both City and their neighbours Manchester United in the PL2, seized the advantage on 34 minutes through skipper Browne leading by example. The hosts threatened to get back into…

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Moyes set for contract talks with West Ham once safety is secured

David Moyes likely to be offered a two-year deal to stay in charge of the Hammers after impressing the club’s hierarchy and has already started scouting summer transfer targets.

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Where Are They Now? John Paintsil

Whether you refer to him as “John Paintsil” or “John Pantsil,” the Ghana national team legend was a popular figure in East London, wearing the famous Claret & Blue between summer 2006 and summer 2008. However, what famous mistake overshadowed his time at the Boleyn Ground? Why did things never really work out for the defender with West Ham? And more importantly, where is he now? John Paintsil The future professional footballer was born in June 1981 in Berekum…

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Red Hot Arnautovic Makes It Five In Three And Four Other Talking Points From The Hammers’ Premier League Beating Of The Saints

David Moyes’ West Ham United defeated Mark Hughes’ Southampton 3-0 in a Premier League relegation six-pointer at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon thanks to goals from in-form Austrian Marko Arnautovic and Inter Milan loanee Joao Mario, here are Five Main Talking Points from the one-sided affair. Red-Hot Arnautovic Back In The Club Goals Colourful Austria man Arnautovic netted his first Claret & Blue goals in three games …

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International Hammers: How Did West Ham’s Senior Stars Get On Over The International Break?

The first International break of the year and the fourth of the domestic season has come to an end and it’s now time to find out how West Ham United’s ten International stars fared with their respective nations over the week as Marko Arnautovic continued his red-hot form on the International stage and Javier Hernandez reached a special landmark with his nation. Manuel Lanzini (Argentina) The playmaker received his first call-up in close to a year by manager…

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A bag full of turnips with your stew Sir?

The West Ham faithful are but another six weeks before the fate of the club is known and the season ends, only for the summer madness to commence. Of course, most football fans of the world will be focussing their attention onto the World Cup in Russia, however, the rumour circus will get into full swing as clubs will seek to offload the dunces and reinforce the ranks with new Spartan warriors. “It’s easy to fall into the trap of believing …

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The Hand That Rocks The Cradle

This season is not yet done but we must look to the future and see where our fortunes lie, where we must strengthen and where we must lose a few pounds in dead weight. Yes, unfortunately it is that time when we all need to take stock of where we are and what we must do to improve our situations. Of course much of this is pure speculation as we await our fate of this season ending however …

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Classic Match: Volume Twenty-Three: Blackburn Rovers 1-2 West Ham United March 2007

In the 23rd Volume of our weekly Classic Match series, we delve deep into the archives once more to relive a memorable West Ham United encounter from down the years, this time around it comes in the form of an away victory that triggered one of the club’s greatest-ever runs, exactly 11 years ago to the month. Cast your minds back to the early spring of 2007, “Shine” by Take That was at the very summit of the…

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Arthur Masuaku: Five Things That’ve Dramatically Changed Since Defender Last Played For West Ham

Democratic Republic of Congo International left-back Arthur Masuaku was sent off in an Emirates FA Cup fourth-round defeat to Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium for spitting on opposing midfielder Nick Powell back in January. As a result, the man who had become a fan favourite over the few months before his dismissal, was handed a six-game that will see him return to action in the Premier League visit of Southampton to the London …

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The beautiful game is beginning to reflect all that is ugly in society | David Goldblatt

Football is increasingly run by mediocre people infected by politics and commerce, yet fans still cling to it as a distraction from real life On 27 June 2016, four days after the EU referendum , England were beaten 2-1 by Iceland in the knockout stages of the European football championships. It was a remarkable display of collective paralysis and the corrosive consequences of fear. Nearly two years later, the country does not appear dissimilar: less than the sum of its …

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International Hammers: Several West Ham Stars Get Senior Call-Ups

No fewer than seven of David Moyes’ West Ham United first-team squad have received the nod from their senior International managers ahead of this month’s International break over the last few days. On home soil, and in the wake of his return to the starting Xl in last weekend’s Premier League defeat to Burnley, Gareth Southgate has called-up goalkeeper Joe Hart to the latest England squad. Hart will be hoping that his …

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Bottom Three Teams Face Cup Finals As Hornets Travel To Face Reds

After an exciting midweek of UEFA Champions League round of 16 second-leg action involving several English teams once again, the Premier League returns this weekend for a limited Matchday 30 offering, with no fewer than 12 sides not playing due to their or their opponent’s involvement in the Emirates FA Cup. Saturday’s four league matches begin with three traditional afternoon kick-offs, we turn to the Bet365 Stadium for the first of those as Paul Lambert’s Stoke City entertain Sam Allardyce’s…

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Throwback Thursday: 2006: A Cup Run That Dreams Were Made Of

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear from John, 40 and a lifelong West Ham United supporter and Season Ticket holder about the magic of an FA Cup run. “Long campaigns in football’s oldest competition are often underestimated these days, with league and other competitions being prioritised, that certainly seems to be the case in the Premier League anyway. I’m too young really to remember my team’s…

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Classic Match: Volume Twenty-Two: Manchester City 1-2 West Ham United March 2006

In the 22nd Volume of our weekly Classic Match series, we delve into the archives once more to bring you another memorable West Ham United match from down the years, ahead of the Emirates FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend, we relive the time the club reached that stage 12 years ago. Cast your minds back to the late spring of 2006, “No Tomorrow” by Orson was at the very summit of the British Music Charts and the English national team were…

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Moore’s the Pitiful Display!

West Ham fans arrived at the London Stadium on Saturday last to spur on the team to better performance and result, to march in protest and to remember a fallen hero some 25 years past. It was meant to be so much Moore but the spectacle was anything but and it was hardly befitting his great memory. In all of the hullabaloo it seems many had forgotten what the day was supposed to be about. There were videos …

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Identity is what West Ham fans want and deserve, to achieve it they must look towards Brooking and not the pitch

As David Sullivan and David Gold left the Olympic Stadium, with West Ham United collapsing on and off the pitch in their 3-0 capitulation against Burnley, one man refused to budge. A majority of Hammers fans had congregated a few metres down from the Director’s Box, aiming their insults and granitic like beliefs at the pair, behind the fateful decision to move stadium. Yet every one of those supporters knew that their anger was not the…

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Late Clarets Down Hapless Hammers As Crowd Issues Marr London Stadium Clash

Sean Dyche’s Burnley inflicted a third straight Premier League defeat on David Moyes’ West Ham United at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon, but the main headline-makers were the home supporters for their despicable behaviour during the second period. On the pitch, and after the home side had enjoyed the better of the play in the first-half, the Clarets got their first via Ashley Barnes, substitute Chris Wood at the double after …

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Hammers Welcome Clarets To The London Stadium In Must-Win PL Clash

In the 30th round of matches of the 2017/2018 Premier League campaign, David Moyes’ West Ham United play host to Sean Dyche’s Burnley in what is a must-win game for them in the complexion of the fight for survival against the high-flying Lancashire team. The Hammers are fresh from a disappointing away thrashing at the hands of Swansea City in the league last Saturday, meanwhile, the Clarets were also in action seven days ago, …

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Hammers Host Clarets In Must-Win Affair And Can City’s Stars Do It On A Chilly Night In Stoke?

After a midweek of exciting UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg action involving several English clubs, the Premier League returns this weekend with Matchday 29 of the 2017/2018 term and what a few days it promises to be as David Moyes’ West Ham United face another must-win mission and Pep Guardiola’s league leaders endure a tricky Potters test. There is no saving the best till last in the PL on Saturday as the…

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West Ham suffer injury blow as Winston Reid may miss rest of season

West Ham defender Reid is expected to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. The absence of the 29-year-old New Zealander would be a major blow to the Hammers’ bid to stay up.

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English Premier League Table

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

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