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FA Cup Team News: West Ham youngster expected to be handed first start v Shrewsbury

With Chicharito and Andy Carroll both unavailable for the FA Cup replay game against Shrewsbury Town, David Moyes is set to start Toni Martinez to make his competitive starting debut for West Ham United in front of a near full capacity London Stadium on Tuesday evening. Moyes is going to give Martinez his chance after […]

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Live Blog: West Ham United vs Arsenal: Premier League Matchday 17 Live From The London Stadium

7:35 PM: Giroud would have been hoping to break a PL record for most goals from the bench tonight, however, he has been picked by Wenger to start, he still remains a threat though. 7:25 PM: The Hammers are out to warm up here in Stratford, kick-off is nearing and excitement building. 7:10 PM: Here is the full teamsheet this evening, the big news being Jack Wilshere returning for the visitors, more to follow……… 7:04 PM: That’s an unchanged lineup from …

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Sadiq Khan to take control of London Stadium after critical review

• London mayor criticises Boris Johnson over West Ham conversion • ‘It reveals a bungled process with the previous mayor’s fingerprints all over it’ The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is to take over control of the London Stadium, it has been announced. An independent review was published on Friday morning, which said there had been “a catalogue of errors” that led to massively increased conversion costs after the 2012 Olympics. It criticised a “bungled decision…

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Cheikhou Kouyaté steadies West Ham ship after Leicester goal threatens mutiny

David Moyes could reflect on his first experience of the London Stadium with a measure of fondness. It was a night of frustration in one sense, bearing in mind that West Ham’s bluntness when they went in search of a late winning goal left them in the bottom three and without a victory since September, but it was a relief for the Scot to hear his new fans bellow his name throughout the second half. …

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Live Blog: West Ham United vs Leicester City Premier League Matchday 13 Live From The London Stadium

37: This has been a scrappy game for both sides, but another gimer with Kouyate heading wide from Cresswell’s cross, big chance there! 36: Masuaku gets a ball in from the left, it is cleared by Morgan, however, that was better from The Hammers. 34: The hosts break quickly, but Lanzini is unable to get his shot off, poor from the Argentine. 33: At the other end, Vardy causes problems with a low cross but…

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Live Blog: West Ham United U23s vs Derby County U23s: PL2 Division One Matchday Ten Live From The London Stadium

The hosts are starting to grow back into the game as Dan Kemp gets in behind but cannot produce. Antonio Martinez does well to break but when the ball eventually finds Samuelsen, he is flagged offside, better from The Hammers. Westley’s boys look a real shadow of the team they have been in recent weeks, struggling to keep anything without star man Nathan Holland, who tore his hamstring last week and usual Skipper Rice. …

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David Moyes and West Ham both searching for their redemption stories | Barney Ronay

The idea of unveiling David Moyes on a gloomy November afternoon wasn’t in the London Stadium brochure but both West Ham and their new manager are in need of rebuilding From the Theatre of Dreams to the Temple of Dildo. For David Moyes the last three years have been a curious kind of journey. Through the fag-end of an empire at Manchester United, to Real Sociedad and the sack, to Sunderland and relegation, Moyes has strode past the …

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West Ham have got a good manager, says David Moyes – video

West Ham’s new manager, David Moyes, says he is a good appointment for the club, despite leading Sunderland to relegation last season. Moyes admits he does have a point to prove following Sunderland’s poor campaign in 2016-17 but backs himself to repair his reputation at the London Stadium David Moyes has ‘point to prove’ after being appointed West Ham manager Continue reading…

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Main Talking Points: West Ham United vs Liverpool

It’s now time to delve deep into the primary causes of discussion from yesterday’s disappointing London Stadium defeat to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, as we fell into The Relegation Zone for the first time since the start of the campaign. Reds Defeat Leaves Bilic On The Brink If there was a time that Croatian Boss Slaven Bilic has been under more pressure during his spell in East London, many Hammers are unaware of it altogether as Bilic comes under fire from left…

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West Ham’s naivety and lack of application leave Slaven Bilic on brink | Paul MacInnes

Feeble performance by team who should be doing so much better results in 4-1 home defeat by Liverpool that provides few signs of any improvement to come It was four, it should have been six, it could have been 10. West Ham United have hardly prospered since moving to the London Stadium but, like the thrashing by Arsenal last season or the Friday night thumping by Brighton last month, this was a defeat that…

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‘The situation is not good,’ says Bilic after Liverpool thrash West Ham – video

Liverpool piled the pressure on West Ham manager Slaven Bilic with their 4-1 win at the London Stadium on Saturday evening which leaves the Hammers just one point above the relegation zone. Following the match Bilic admits no individual is bigger than the club, including himself Liverpool pile pressure on West Ham with Mohamed Salah double Continue reading…

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West Ham low on defenders but aim to expose ‘vulnerable’ Liverpool

• Slaven Bilic plans to exploit Liverpool’s weaknesses at the London Stadium • West Ham missing five defenders but Winston Reid and Aaron Cresswell fit West Ham United will have five defenders missing against Liverpool on Saturday but Slaven Bilic still believes his team can pull off a result against opponents he describes as “vulnerable”. José Fonte, James Collins, Sam Byram and Michail Antonio are unavailable for the home game because of injury and Pablo Zabaleta is suspended after collecting five…

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Glenn Murray’s double for Brighton puts West Ham’s Slaven Bilic on the rack

David Sullivan’s belief in morality will be severely tested after this humiliation. When West Ham United’s co-owner appeared on television before kick-off, he pinpointed a desire to do “what’s right” as the reason for backing Slaven Bilic when speculation over the manager’s future mounted last month. By full-time, however, those noble sentiments had a hollow feel. Chairmen tend not to worry about shows of loyalty when they see their side display the tactical cohesion of a pub team…

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Tactics: The starting formation that will ensure West Ham thrash Brighton

West Ham welcome Brighton to the London Stadium on Friday evening in a game that most Hammers supporters are expecting us to win. As we have witnessed so far this season, there have been more than a fair share of unpredicted outcomes, including Crystal Palace’s stunning 2-1 home win against Chelsea last weekend. On the […]

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Slaven Bilic mutes the mutiny at the last but West Ham’s battlers need a plan

The manager praised his side’s refusal to give up against Swansea but fraying tempers in the stands suggest fans’ favourite is using up the last of his goodwill Midway through the first half, Slaven Bilic switched his wingers. Michail Antonio went left, André Ayew went right. It was a sure sign that Bilic’s tactics were malfunctioning. In theory it made sense for West Ham United to start in a 4-4-2 system, which plays to the strengths of both Andy Carroll and Javier Hernández, …

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Tactics: How West Ham must approach huge clash v Swansea

West Ham return to the London Stadium on Saturday for a crucial encounter against Swansea City. Despite a late second half resurgence, the Hammers lost a gallant fight against a rampant Spurs side last weekend. As disappointing as it appeared, there were some good points to be taken from the defeat. The back three looked […]

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West Ham United v Huddersfield Town: match preview

Slaven Bilic goes into West Ham’s first home game this season knowing that defeat could result in him losing his job. West Ham lie bottom of the table after losing their first three matches and could be distracted by the dispute with Sporting Lisbon over William Carvalho. The mood at the London Stadium will be poisonous if Huddersfield Town, who have adjusted well to the Premier League, increase the pressure on the manager. Jacob Steinberg Kick-off

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Premier League 2017-18 preview No20: West Ham United | Jacob Steinberg

Slaven Bilic’s side will hope for a smoother second season at the London Stadium but with a shift in transfer policy and doubts over the manager’s tactics and future it is hard to detect a clear plan at the club Guardian writers’ predicted position 10th (NB: this is not necessarily Jacob Steinberg’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position 11th Continue reading…

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No Chicharito, Martinez to start? West Ham could leave it late at Old Trafford

West Ham United begin their season with an away fixture with Manchester United on Sunday. The game will be the start of a tough three weeks, with three league fixtures and a League Cup game being played away from the London Stadium, thanks to the World Athletic Championships being held during the first week of […]

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West Ham ready to sell midfield duo in the summer transfer window

West Ham United could let two wingers leave the club this summer. According to The Mirror, Robert Snodgrass and Sofiane Feghouli could be on their way out of the London Stadium in the summer transfer window if a good deal comes in. Robert Snodgrass arrived with plenty of hype when he signed in January. However, […]

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West Ham target admits that he would be keen on move to the club

Amid reports linking West Ham United with a move for Joe Hart, the Manchester City goalkeeper has reportedly said that he is keen to move to the London Stadium, according to The London Evening Standard. Joe Hart is clearly out of favour at Manchester City and does not have a future at the Etihad Stadium. […]

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West Ham midfielder issues message about his future amid interest from PL rivals

West Ham United winger Robert Snodgrass has recently been attracting attention from Brighton and Hove Albion but he has vowed to stay and fight for his future at the London Stadium, The Daily Mail is reporting. Robert Snodgrass only joined West Ham in the January transfer window, making the switch from Hull City where he […]

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West Ham chairman gives update on the possibility of increasing the London Stadium capacity for next year

West Ham United joint chairman David Gold has taken to social media to reveal that he is hopeful of increasing the capacity of the London Stadium for next season. David Gold tweeted that he is hopeful that West Ham United can go ahead and increase the capacity to 60,000. This would mean an increase of 3,000 […]

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West Ham season review: How did our forwards rate out of 10 this year?

The 2016/17 season has now ended and West Ham United ended up in a relatively respectable 11th place. Given our struggles this season with adjusting to the London Stadium, caving in during games, suffering many injuries and failing to sign the right players, 11th place is not too bad. But going into next season, we […]

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West Ham season review: How did our midfielders rate out of 10 this year?

After finishing 7th and qualifying for the Europa League in the 2015/16 season, plenty was expected from the Hammers this year. However, it was a disappointing season judging by those high standards. A poor summer of recruitment held us back from progressing and the move to the London Stadium did not go quite as planned. […]

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Vodafone pulls out of £20m naming-rights deal for West Ham stadium

• Telecoms company abandons plans to sponsor the London Stadium • Breakdown of talks over terms of deal, not over HMRC investigation Vodafone has abandoned plans to sponsor the London Stadium in a £20m deal, dealing the latest blow to the venue’s troubled conversion to West Ham United’s home. The company was believed to be on the verge of a six-year deal to take on the naming rights, several years after the London Legacy Development Corporation, the publicly …

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