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More Antics from Canning Town Len

Len is up to his usual mischief and this time he’s sending up our owners and club legend Billy Bonds as well as having his own say on who should be benched on Friday night against Brighton Hove Albion. We also hear the owners (well their animated selves anyway) views on the increasing complex goalkeeping […]

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​It’s Time for Lanzini to Step up and Fill Payet’s Boots

It’s Time for Lanzini to Step up and Fill Payet’s Boots

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What is West Ham’s strongest midfield?

Following on from my previous article, which was published earlier today about our best back four, in this piece I choose our strongest midfield. As I believe the 4-2-3-1 formation is our strongest, I am playing two holding midfielders, with an attacking midfielder and a left and right wing. Holding Midfielders Again, there are a few players with worthy shouts to this position, but the pairing I’m going for are Cheikhou Kouyate and the captain…

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Another year, but the same old story

Another year, but the same old story Christmas 2015 is approaching, and yet again, West Ham United find themselves in the midst of an injury crisis.  It seems the same story every year for the club.  It doesn’t matter which manager is in charge, it seems to have become a club tradition; starting the season well, then it starting to wane by the festive fixtures. With Dmitri Payet, Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia, Victor Moses and …

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A clean sheet at last

A clean sheet at last Manchester United 0-0 West Ham United This weekend’s game was a potentially tricky one as West Ham travelled to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. We went into the game with another long term injury after Diafra Sakho was ruled out for 3 months with a thigh injury, who now joins the likes of Payet and Valencia. On Friday after the squad had trained, Lanzini was said to have …

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Who will replace Payet?

Who will replace Dmitri Payet? Dmitri Payets injury was a massive blow for West Ham United. No doubt he has been THE key man in the clubs impressive start, and to lose him for three months, is a big loss. So who do we pick to replace the influential Frenchman? Does Slaven Bilic change a formation that has worked so well this season? Do we have the personnel to adapt and replace our best player? For me, there are …

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West Ham Defender linked with move

With West Ham getting off to a great start this season it is no surprise that one of their players is being linked with a move away from Upton Park. However this player is not one of our high flying new signings but is defender James Collins. Collins has attracted the attention of former manager, Sam Allardyce, who is currently in charge of Sunderland. He is seen as the man to patch up their leaky defence as they look…

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MATCH REPORT: West Ham 1 -1 Everton

Lukaku Strikes again Match Report West Ham United 1-1 Everton This result may be disappointing when you think about it, however I think this is a step in the right direction and was most definitely a challenging one in a rain covered Upton Park today. The hammers have not got the best of records against Everton, with most of the recent results leaving them with the 3 points, including the last couple of game at the Boleyn Ground. …

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Is this West Ham star worth his reported price tag?

Welcome back to Moore Than A Club, also on Twitter as @MooreThanAClub. I used to write for the website and Twitter page, but then I drifted off during the back end of last season, but I’m ready to come back and bring you news of our little Argentine, Manuel Lanzini. Firstly, Manuel Lanzini is an international star and has been scouted by top clubs such as Besiktas, Galatasaray, Valencia, Villarreal and Inter Milan. Lanzini was…

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High flying Eagles grounded

High flying eagles grounded Match report Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham United The first game back after the recent international break was a tough trip across the capital to Selhurst Park to face an in form Crystal Palace team, managed by former hammers manager Alan Pardew. This game was a chance to continue our unbeaten away record, not only did we make it 5 game without losing away from the Boleyn ground, but…

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Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham: Lanzini and Payet strike late to sink 10-man home side

Dwight Gayle's dismissal came back to haunt Crystal Palace as two late West Ham goals consigned the home side to a 3-1 defeat.

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MATCH REVIEW: Liverpool v West Ham

Liverpool Vs West Ham United match review Liverpool 0-3 West Ham United Saturday’s 3pm kick off was the hammers fourth game of the new season, and couldn’t have been a more trickier place to come after not winning at Anfield for over 50 years. West Ham have had a mixed start to the season with an outstanding win away to arsenal, which was then followed up by back to back home defeats to Leicester City…

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# Team P
1 Liverpool 34
2 Leicester City 26
3 Chelsea 26
4 Manchester City 25
5 Sheffield United 17
6 Arsenal 17
7 Manchester United 16
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 16
9 AFC Bournemouth 16
10 Burnley 15
11 Brighton & Hov… 15
12 Crystal Palace 15
13 Newcastle United 15
14 Tottenham Hotspur 14
15 Everton 14
16 West Ham United 13
17 Aston Villa 11
18 Watford 8
19 Southampton 8
20 Norwich City 7

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