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Tottenham 1-1 West Ham: Obiang and Son Heung-Min earn draw

MATT BARLOW AT WEMBLEY: It was not pretty. That must be said. Not in the slightest. For 70 minutes, this was brutally dull as any training ground exercise of attack against defence might be.

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Tottenham 1 West Ham 1: Obiang and Son go spectacular in derby draw

Son Heung-min cancelled out a similarly improbable long-range strike from Pedro Obiang as Tottenham snatched a 1-1 draw against West Ham.

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Son stunner rescues point for Spurs against West Ham

The South Korea international scored from distance late to give Tottenham a 1-1 draw at Wembley Stadium

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How did West Brom go from midtable to a run of 20 games without a win?

Only Derby County’s disastrous 2007-08 team – who won once all season – have gone for longer without tasting victory By Martin Laurence for WhoScored? , part of the Guardian Sport Network The significance of the game between Premier League strugglers West Ham and West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night was not lost on the fans or managers of either side. With both teams in the bottom three and separated by just …

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Premier League outfit explore potential move for £9m-rated West Ham star

Swansea City are interested in signing Diafra Sakho in January, as reported by Guardian Sport. The 28-year-old has been the centre of a number of controversies over the past couple of years at the club and his game time has been limited due to ongoing injury problems. As a result, the striker is almost certainly […]

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West Ham Face Tough Schedule This Week With Two Games In Two Days

West Ham face a tough schedule this week with two games, starting on tomorrow before facing Tottenham later in the week. They host West Brom in the Tuesday evening kick-off, having picked up points in four of their last five games. Although they slipped back into the relegation zone this week, a win against out of form West Brom will surely move them clear. West Brom still are without a …

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Matchday Twenty-One’s Premier League Preview: Hammers Face London Derby As City Travel To Selhurst

Yet another Game Week of the English Top-Flight is upon us once more, the 21st round of matches of the 2017/2018 campaign to be more precise as League leaders Manchester City make a tricky trip to the Capital and West Ham United entertain the prospect of a London Derby. Chelsea vs Stoke City (Saturday 3 PM) To kick-off the two days of PL action, Antonio Conte’s Blues welcome Mark Hughes’ Potters to Stamford Bridge for what promises to be an…

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Is the Premier League a ‘joke’ like Jamie Carragher says?

Jamie Carragher said the Premier League has become ‘a joke’ for the defensive way sides set up against the top six teams. But is Carragher right? Sportsmail’s team of reporters have their say.

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Main Talking Points: AFC Bournemouth vs West Ham United: Premier League Matchday Twenty

It’s now time to trawl over some of the main causes of discussion in the wake of yesterday’s thrilling 3-3 draw at the Vitality Stadium with Eddie Howe’s AFC Bournemouth, As David Moyes’ Hammers remained just above the bottom three. Fans Slam Referee Madley Over Key Decisions Supporters and Pundits alike have been among those to condemn the performance of Referee Robert Madley in yesterday’s Christmas Cracker of a clash on a very rainy South Coast. The Official, the youngest of…

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Howe: A mixture of emotions

Eddie Howe called the Boxing Day draw with West Ham “a mixture of emotions” after a late controversial goal from Callum Wilson sealed a point.

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The Hammers Loan Report: Christmas Magic For Burke, Cullen And Snodgrass As Oxford Tastes Defeat

It’s that time of the week once again to catch up with West Ham United’s loan stars after seven days of festive Football as there was festive joy for Reece Burke, Josh Cullen and Robert Snodgrass in the Championship and Reece Oxford continued to impress far away in the Bundesliga. Reece Burke and Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) Off the back of a disappointing home defeat to Burton Albion, the Academy pairing and the…

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Player Ratings: West Ham United vs Newcastle United: Premier League Matchday Nineteen

Let’s take an in-depth look at player performance after the home defeat to Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle United in Stratford, as David Moyes’ Hammers ended a run of three consecutive Premier League matches unbeaten. Adrian San-Miguel: 6/10 After three League clean sheets on the bounce, it would be a shaky afternoon for the Spaniard, who, rather unjustly for many, was on the end of most pointing fingers after the Magpies equalised early on. Adrian was criticised for…

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Main Talking Points: West Ham United vs Newcastle United: Premier League Matchday Nineteen

It’s now time to trawl back over some of the main causes of discussion in the wake of yesterday afternoon’s London Stadium defeat to Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle United, as David Moyes lost his unbeaten home record in Claret & Blue. Hammers Defence Crumbles After Solid Form A run of three consecutive League clean sheets for the Claret & Blue back five duly came to an end with Saturday’s defeat, having shut out Chelsea, Arsenal…

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Live Blog: West Ham United vs Newcastle United: Premier League Matchday 19 Live From The London Stadium

Goal for the away side, 1-3! 60: Masuaku does well to win a corner, a chance here. 59: The home fans are shellshocked by that miss, it’s the second penalty that the Hammers have squandered this season. 58: The first change of the afternoon sees Carroll replace Antonio, will he bag a goal against his former club. 57: The phrase to describe that is justice was done, the foul coming outside the area, however, that will be…

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Hammers Boss Moyes: “The Stuff About Sakho Was A Load Of Rubbish”

West Ham United Manager has played down rumours of a possible rift between him and Senegalese striker Diafra Sakho as he prepares his side to face Newcastle United at home in the Premier League tomorrow afternoon. Speaking in response questions about the situation with Sakho, during his Pre-Newcastle Press Conference at Rush Green Training Ground, which MooreThanJustAClub were lucky enough to attend, the Scotsman stated, “The stuff about Sakho, for …

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Classic Match: Volume Seven: West Ham United 3-1 Newcastle United September 2008

In the seventh edition of our Classic Match series, we dig deep in the archives to relive a clash from nine years ago against tomorrow’s visitors to the London Stadium in Newcastle United. Cast your minds back to the late summer of 2008, at the very top of the British Music Charts was “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon and the death of legendary American Actor Paul Newman star of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” was …

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Matchday Nineteen’s Premier League Preview: Crucial Clashes Galore In A Festive Feast Of Football

After a week of Carabao Cup action, the Premier League is back once more for the final Game Week before Christmas and what a two days of action it promises to be as Friday night serves up a top six Cracker and to Toon Army visit East London. Arsenal vs Liverpool (Friday 8 PM) To kick-off the short PL weekend, fans at the Emirates Stadium will be treated to what is arguably the game of…

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I’m the Boss: Quality needed to beat Benitez’s Boys

After Tuesdays night’s disappointing defeat to an under-strength Arsenal, it’s back to league business for the Hammers this Saturday and Newcastle are our visitors. Not many staked a claim to a starting berth on Tuesday but Lanzini’s suspension will necessitate a change in midfield. Masuaku was very good against Arsenal and Declan Rice was the only player to shine in an insipid performance against the Gunners. I really feel that Tuesday is an oppourtunity missed and …

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Throwback Thursday: 2010: When Christmas Came A Month Early At Upton Park

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear from Tom, 17 and a West Ham United Season Ticket holder about a very wintry night at Upton Park. “Born in East London at the turn of the Century, my parents moved me down to Kent when I was young for a quitter upbringing from the City that they had endured for their entire lives. But, one thing that remained in me and something that was passed down …

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Player Ratings: Arsenal vs West Ham United: Carabao Cup Quarter-Final

It’s now time to take an in-depth look at player performance in the wake of yesterday evening’s Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Arsenal, as David Moyes’ boys’ impressive unbeaten run came to an end at the Emirates Stadium. Joe Hart: 5/10 It would be yet another evening to forget in a hurry for the England man, as he did himself very few favours in trying to regain his regular Premier League starting place under Moyes and further …

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Dominant Gunners Crawl Into Carabao Cup Semi-Finals

Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal relied on the slimmest of winning margins to claim the first place in the last four of this season’s edition of the English League Cup last night, at the expense of David Moyes’ West Ham United. The drab affair’s only goal came on the stroke of half-time when Three Lions forward Danny Welbeck reacted quickly to beat National teammate Joe Hart from close-range. Aside from that, there would be very little in the way of goalmouth action…

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Arsenal 1-0 West Ham: Gunners into Carabao Cup semi-final

RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT THE EMIRATES STADIUM: Danny Welbeck scored a goal here that was so scrappy, and so grubby, that it felt just about right with the overall performance.

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Matchday Eighteen’s Premier League Review: Hammers Topple Potters As City Trounce Spurs

After what was another enthralling long weekend of the League we all know and love, it’s now time to look back at all of Matchday Eighteen’s spoils and thrills as David Moyes’ West Ham United collected a first away win of the season and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City Train thundered on. Energetic Eagles Stun Sorry Foxes In Early Kick-Off Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace made it a seventh straight game…

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Player Ratings: Stoke City vs West Ham United: Premier League Matchday Eighteen

Let’s take an in-depth look at player performance from Saturday’s impressive 0-3 victory at the Bet365 Stadium, as David Moyes’ Hammers picked up a first away win of the season, defeating Mark Hughes’ Stoke City. Adrian San-Miguel: 7/10 Keeping his third clean sheet after replacing England man Joe Hart in the starting Xl on a permeant basis, the Spanish shot-stopper was relatively untroubled for the 90 minutes. In fact, Adrian’s easy afternoon was…

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Manuel Lanzini charged for simulation against Stoke

Lanzini is the second Premier League player to be hit with a simulation charge after Everton’s Niasse was adjudged to have dived in their match against Crystal Palace earlier on in the season.

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Stoke City 0 West Ham 3: Returning Arnautovic has the last laugh

Marko Arnautovic scored on his return to Stoke City as West Ham won 3-0 at the bet365 Stadium to heap further pressure on Mark Hughes.

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 35
2 Liverpool 34
3 Chelsea 33
4 West Ham United 27
5 Tottenham Hotspur 25
6 Manchester United 24
7 Arsenal 23
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 21
9 Brighton & Hov… 20
10 Aston Villa 19
11 Leicester City 19
12 Everton 18
13 Brentford 17
14 Crystal Palace 16
15 Leeds United 16
16 Southampton 16
17 Watford 13
18 Burnley 10
19 Newcastle United 10
20 Norwich City 10

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