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West Ham announce financial services firm Basset & Gold as new sleeve sponsor

EXCLUSIVE: West Ham will wear a lion rampant on their shirt next season after the Premier League club announced London financial services firm Basset & Gold as their first sleeve sponsor.

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If You Leave Me Now, You’ll Take Away the Biggest Slice!

Much has been the commotion over the last few months of the West Ham woes, were of the failings of owners, the transplant of ghosts into a shell and the dwindling fortunes of prophets…not to mention a squad of treacle tarts that were invited to the ambassador’s reception but forgot to bring the Italian chocolates with them. However, should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should the fear of failure mean all should fear…

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Slaps, tickles…and all for squits and giggles

Wouldn’t it be nice for all the West Ham nation to come together in perfect harmony for a jolly old sing song. Yes. let’s pretend it’s 1999 and we’re all going to party like there’s no tomorrow because the Moyesiah has done his job, done us proud and kept the team in the Premier League. Shall we entertain such fanciful notions and should we continually strive to wish it was so? Many have come to the…

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Marching on

So just as the bulbs in my garden start to show along comes a sky fall of snow that quickly covers them up. They’re still there frozen, ready to go again. Their time will come and in a few weeks every thing will look rosey in my garden. A couple of months ago something new started to grow outside of the club. Disgruntled and disillusioned fans formed a group joined by followers of…

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A Call for Unity & A Shout for Solidarity!

The turbulent winds roll through the valley floor carrying away the thunderous sounds of united drums and the once brothers on the field of conflict with onlookers’ roar have disappeared behind a veil of unattainable wealth, they have lost the common touch and are sinking with hidden ambition. The modern fan is not foolhardy enough to believe that their Premier League football club always shares their same identity, collective goals and tribulations. However to sever the ties with …

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Corporate Juntas & Mariah Careys

The hum now forgotten and replaced by an indignant shrill from an advancing mob…pitch forks in hand, flamed torches burning the night air…ready for a lynching whilst the onlookers stand bemused and popcorn fed. The so-called protectors of our realm have been caught napping whilst we have struggled to defend against neighbouring invaders. We had been weakened by plagues, pestilence and impoverished performances, yet they did not unshackle the iron gates giving access to the caches of gold. As West Ham…

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Reflecting on West Ham’s progress under David Moyes so far

As you may recall I wrote an article just after David Moyes was announced as the replacement to our beloved Slaven Bilic stating the removal of my financial investment in the club. I’ve sat back taking in a spectator’s view watching how West Ham have done and now I’m breaking my silence as the transfer […]

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How Brady, Gold and Sullivan have committed the ultimate ownership sin

Ask people in the East End what life means to them, the chances are they will immediately think of particular traditions that are embedded deep within their own culture. From Cockney rhyming slang to pie and mash, Pearly Kings to jellied eels and Chaz and Dave to Danny Dyer, those in the East End are proud of who they are and what they represent. Icons matter. Moments in history are remembered for decades. There is a certain expectation that you work…

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London Assembly demands West Ham’s landlord’s accounts

London Assembly members have demanded to see the financial accounts of the company that owns West Ham’s London Stadium home amid insolvency concerns.

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US investor buys into West Ham

American billionaire Albert “Tripp” Smith has bought a 10 per cent shareholding in Premier League club West Ham.

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Newham Council admit loan to help West Ham is ‘damaged’

Newham Council has admitted that the £40million loan to help Premier League club West Ham move into the Olympic Stadium may never be repaid.

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Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool agree Naby Keita deal

With only four days remaining in the summer’s transfer window, there are plenty of big clubs with business still to do. Sportsmail keeps you updated with all the latest news from across Europe.

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The Outs

Randy has shown enough this season that he is a number one keeper. There is no chance he’ll top Adrian next season for that number one shirt so I can see him leaving to a newly promoted team in the Summer. Song has basically stopped playing for us. Reckon once he was told he’ll be on his bike in the Summer he turned his attention to his next love…himself… Flashes of brilliance. Unfortunately that’s maybe twice a season if…

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Moore set for free move

A host of clubs are showing an interest in former Swansea and Aston Villa striker Luke Moore after it emerged he is available for nothing.

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If Redknapp is the answer, it’s a bloody silly question!

Well ‘Arry’s 100% record in 2014 was exploded with a vengeance at Goodison. After the narrow and late, late victory over little Donny, hope surged through the veins of the gRRRRs, but with England’s 666, Robert Green, rested, ‘Arry’s boys folded like an England cricket team in Australia. The gulf in class was huge: bloody hell, Jelavic scoring twice in a game is akin to club cricketer Smith scoring centuries in back to back tests against Anderson …

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Outclassed and into the bottom two! Blame Allardyce!

I haven’t had a chance to listen to Allardyce’s whinges yet, having just got back from the game, but it’s a pretty safe bet that he is bemoaning missed chances, injuries and silly mistakes. What he will almost certainly not say is: “We are second from bottom and rightly so. Our football has been shit for most of the season and there’s no point in me moaning about missed chances because I have constructed a squad of players …

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Sullivan excited by Nigerian deal

A transcript has emerged of the telephone call which alerted West Ham to the availability of ex Sunderland striker Asamoah Guyan, courtesy of a company working for Tottenham Hotspur: Voice down phone : Hello? Hello? Sullivan : David Sullivan here, owner and chairman of West Ham United Football Club and Merchant of  High Quality Porn. Voice down phone : Hello? Is that Mr David Sullivan? Sullivan : Sullivan here. Voice down phone : Mister Sullivan I am honoured to be speaking to …

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Curbishley’s back! At Fulham thank God!

Well we thought he had shot his bolt when he walked off in a huff because of the sale of Anton and McCarthorse. Curbishley was linked with a whole string of jobs but nothing materialised and even his talking head appearances on TV seemed to have dried up; not surprisingly given his hang dog look and East End accent. But Turds is back! And not as a coach, nor a manager. No! He is back as the “Technical …

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James Tomkins faces prison sentence after alleged assault on police officer

Bloody hell, West Ham had better find a crack lawyer and quick. Following his arrest, the club somehow needs to prove that the doorman and arresting officers are Tottenham fans and that this is a working class equivalent of Plebgate; because if the officers are telling the truth, then JT could well find himself doing a stretch inside. Drunk and disorderly is one thing. Chinning a pleb is usually admissible if you are a superstar footballer. But resisting …

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Manchester United 1 West Ham 1 – Let’s ignore the first 45 minutes!

Well it could have been much, much worse. A goal down far too early and two goals behind at half time, the clever money was on the Mancs to run in four, five or six. But credit where credit is due, we maintained our effort levels and actually drew the second half 1-1. To be honest, with Rooney pulling the strings brilliantly, we were always up against it. If only injury had kept him on the side lines, we might have come away…

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After his Tottenham goal, can Maiga deliver at long last?

For 18 months the guy has looked pretty bloody hopeless but, following his match winning goal against Spurs and sparkling all round performance after coming off the bench, there is the hope that he may be about to deliver. True it was only against Spurs, and even Vaz Te and Jarvis can score against Spurs this season, and true one goal does not a Premiership striker make, but confidence is such a…

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West Ham Link To Spot Fixing Investigation

So our former big white Colombian hope, Christian Montano has been dismissed by Oldham Pathetic because of the Spot Fixing allegation. Young Montano is presently launching a claim for unfair dismissal (he learnt something from Curbishley then!) but it seems strange that the club would do something so drastic without being pretty sure of their ground. Of course, this is not the first time there has been a link between West Ham and Spot Fixing.Years back there was a rumour centred around a throw-in conceded immediately …

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West Ham face Financial Fair Play penalties as new striker is lined up

So, Allardyce is in “advanced talks” with an unnamed striker and is trying to thrash out a deal with the player’s agent and his club. Great. The trouble is, it’s three months too bloody late! According to Allardyce, owner David Sullivan is “the quickest owner of a football club I have ever had. He doesn’t ‘ooh’, ‘aah’ and ‘um’ like most of the other owners I have been involved with”; which is a bit rich given an…

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Welcome to the West Ham Ministry of Silly Relegations!

West Ham are going down. No they are not! Yes they are. No they not! Yes they are. No chance of staying up. Yes there is! No there’s not. Excuse me, is this the five minute argument or the full half hour? So, Monty Python are returning, but who needs a ticket for the 02 when you can watch a bunch of dead parrots, silly walks and the very wettest of wet spam menus at the Boleyn? False number nines, Allardyce …

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