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Hammers Host Saints In Relegation Six-Pointer As League Leaders Travel To Merseyside

After three long weeks of Emirates FA Cup and International football action, the Premier League is finally back for a full programme of fixtures this weekend, Matchday Thirty-Two to be more precise, as Pep Guardiola’s league leaders make the tricky trip to Goodison Park and David Moyes’ West Ham United prepare for the biggest match of their campaign so far. The next few days’ drama is kicked-off tomorrow lunchtime at Selhurst Park where Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace …

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West Ham ‘prepared’ for more crowd violence following toxic Burnley clash, says Moyes

The Hammers’ players are ready to handle any more crowd disturbances at London Stadium this weekend, says the manager

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Tony Cottee Exclusive: Chicharito’s Style And West Ham United’s Chances Of Survival

Legendary former West Ham United striker Tony Cottee has heaped praise on Hammers forward Javier Hernandez, stating that the Mexican is “the best goal-scorer,” in the team but thrown caution to the wind on whether his boyhood club will achieve Premier League survival, “It’s really hard to predict this year.” Speaking exclusively to us, the Irons’ fifth-highest all-time scorer had this to say about Chicharito, who has struggled for form and netted …

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Where Are They Now? Paolo Di Canio

Whether members of the Claret & Blue refer to him as a cult hero or a West Ham United club legend, Italian striker Paolo Di Canio was certainly one of the more memorable stars to turn out at the Boleyn Ground, doing so between the years of 1999 and 2003 and scoring nearly 50 goals in the process. But, who did the charismatic former captain come to be so loved by the Hammers faithful? Why did…

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Darth Vader and the Lollipop Men

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…there are those who would look upon the West Ham universe with envious eyes. A Premier League standing, albeit with dubious foundation…a shiny happy people stadium and a bank balance that would make the greedy chuckle in delight. The owners have pulled off a masterstroke of apparent duplicity and subterfuge whilst the minions would rise up to challenge the masters of the dark side. “There is …

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England manager Gareth Southgate set to give Joe Hart a back-up role in Russia

SAMI MOKBEL: Southgate is planning to name Hart in his squad for Russia — but not as No 1. Pickford is leading the race to be the World Cup goalkeeper with Butland his main rival.

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Moore Than Just A Club Writers On: Where West Ham United Will Finish And Why

David Moyes’ West Ham United currently sit 17th in the Premier League table with eight matches of the season remaining, they’ve been defeated in three consecutive matches in all competitions and are a mere two points off the relegation zone, after discussing the club’s warm weather Miami training camp last weekend , here are the opinions of five Moore Than Just A Club writers on whether the Hammers will beat the drop to the…

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Tony Cottee Exclusive: David Moyes’ Present And Future And Mark Noble Admiration

Legendary former West Ham United striker Tony Cottee has praised the work of David Moyes so far at the London Stadium, stating “we’ve made progress under the manager,” and heaped praise on club captain Mark Noble “he’s been one of our best players.” Cottee wore the colours of his boyhood club over two spells between the years of 1982 and 1988 and 1994 and 1996, scoring almost 150 goals in the process and picking up…

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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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West Ham stars continue to enjoy the Miami high-life

West Ham stars attempted to forget their troubles on the football pitch by trying their hands at a new sport as part of their warm-weather training camp in Miami, Florida.

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Five Reasons Why West Ham United Can Beat The Premier League Drop

David Moyes’ West Ham United sit 16th in the Premier League table after Saturday’s defeat to Burnley , a mere three points off the bottom three with eight matches of the campaign remaining, here’s five reasons why they can beat the Top-Flight drop. Home Advantage Of the Hammers’ aforementioned eight matches to go of the 2017/2018 term, five of those will be played at their home of the London Stadium, thus giving them plenty of opportunities to pick up points at home. …

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Hart Endures Nightmarish Return As Noble Grinds It Out In Midfield On Tough Afternoon

It’s now time to analyse West Ham United player performance in the wake of their crushing defeats by Sean Dyche’s Burnley in the Premier League at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as David Moyes’ men lost a home unbeaten record that had existed since before Christmas. Joe Hart: 5/10 Taking the place of Spaniard Adrian San-Miguel to take his first Premier League start since December 2017, the England shot-stopper did himself no favours with the World Cup ahead in …

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Barnes And Wood On Target For Clarets As Dark Clouds Roll In Over London Stadium

Let’s trawl over some of the main causes of discussion from Saturday’s London Stadium Premier League encounter between David Moyes’ West Ham United and Sean Dyche’s Burnley, as the visiting Clarets claimed just their second victory of the year. Crowd Protests Dominate Headlines At London Stadium Smattered all over the Sunday back pages wasn’t the brilliance of the visiting Burley attack in East London, but scenes from the stands as things turned ugly in the second period at …

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Joe Hart handed World Cup boost by West Ham boss David Moyes

On-loan goalkeeper Hart, who has not started for the Hammers since November, has been forced to watch games from the bench with manager Moyes preferring to use Adrian.

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Antonio Nets Hammers’ 1000th Premier League Goal But Who Scored The First?

West Ham United and England winger Michail Antonio managed to net the Hammers’ 1000th Premier League goal in Saturday’s 4-1 away defeat to Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium. With David Moyes’ men 4-0 down in the 78th minute, Senegal midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate helped to bring down a long Aaron Cresswell free-kick and it fell to Antonio. The pacey forward swivelled and unleashed a powerful and accurate low strike that left Lukasz Fabianski with next to no…

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Storm Emma Affects Hammers Loanees As Oxford Impresses In Bundesliga

It’s that time of the week once again, time to check in with West Ham United’s various different loan stars at their various different clubs both in the United Kingdom and on the continent as Storm Emma got in the way of things for three of them over the weekend and Reece Oxford continued his impressive run of starts in the Bundesliga. Robert Snodgrass (Aston Villa) It would be frustrating few days for the Scottish winger and his Villa side …

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Super Swans Continue Deadly Home Form To Down Sloppy Hammers In South Wales

A stellar performance from Carlos Carvalhal’s Swansea City was enough for them to thrash David Moyes’ West Ham United at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League, claiming an eighth home win in succession. The Welsh side went ahead in the freezing conditions early on, South Korean Ki Sung-Yueng netting from range, he was then followed in by centre-back Mike van der Hoorn to double the advantage before the Martin Atkinson’s…

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Classic Match: Volume Twenty: Swansea City 1-4 West Ham United December 2016

In the 20th Volume of our Classic Match series, we delve into the archives once more to relive a memorable West Ham United clash from down the years, this time around, the opposition were Saturday’s opponents in the Premier League in the form of Swansea City. Cast your minds back to the festive season of 2016, “Rockabye” by Clean Bandit featuring Sean Paul & Anne-Marie was at the very summit of …

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West Ham boss David Moyes fears for travelling fans

David Moyes believes the Premier League should put the safety of travelling supporters and players first and postpone games during the current extreme weather conditions.

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Hammers Travel To South Wales For Liberty Stadium Relegation Six-Pointer

In the 29th round of matches of the 2017/2018 Premier League season, David Moyes’ West Ham United make the trip to south Wales to face off with Carlos Carvalhal’s Swansea City in what is being dubbed a real relegation six-pointer for both sides. The Swans go into the clash off the back of an FA Cup fifth-round proper reply beating of Sheffield Wednesday on home turf on Tuesday evening, while the Hammers …

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Young Hammers’ PL2 Trip To Face Citizens Called Off Amid Treacherous Storm Emma

It was announced yesterday afternoon that the West Ham United Development Squad’s Premier League 2 clash with Manchester City has been postponed as Storm Emma hits the United Kingdom. All of this week, Britain has been battered by the weather system, with red warnings from the Met Office for snow in places, and ambers for elsewhere, causing widespread disruption across the country. The fixture was due to be played tonight (Friday 2 March 2018) with a kick-off time of 7 PM…

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Hammers Goalkeeper Adrian Up for London Keeper of the Year Award

West Ham United’s Spanish shot-stopper Adrian San-Miguel has been nominated for the London Football Goalkeeper of the Year Award at tonight’s 2018 London Football Awards at the Battersea Evolution. Adrian is going up against four other shortlisted keepers for the accolade in the form of Hugo Lloris of Tottenham Hotspur, Thibaut Courtois of Chelsea, Watford’s Heurelho Gomes and Championship Brentford’s Daniel Bentley. Speaking exclusively to West Ham’s Official Website, the…

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Fantastic Cress…Well Good Enough For Me

We have seen a light fade from the last ember of candle wick, then witness a rekindling flame that has steadily grown in intensity to light up our defence and give purpose to our left side advances. Aaron Cresswell, who like many others suffered with performance blues and confidence lows over the last two seasons, has demonstrated a growing presence and confidence in Moyes’s rejigged back three. I readily admit that I would often be critical of his performances, the…

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”I Look Up To Nobes” Young Hammers Prodigy Rice Reveals Admiration For Skipper Noble

19-year-old West Ham United defender Declan Rice has stated his overwhelming admiration and appreciation for his club captain and role model Mark Noble. Speaking in an exclusive question and answer video for West Ham’s Official Website, the Irish youngster had this to say about the one-club man and Academy of Football product Noble when asked about who his Hammers idol was growing up, “Mark Noble always stood out obviously as captain and …

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All Change In April: Hammers April Fixture Changes Revealed

The latest English Top-Flight fixture changes for April were announced yesterday by the Premier League and it’s two United Kingdom broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport. The announcement covered the remaining 2017/2018 PL ties through to the end of April, leaving only the penultimate and final weekend of the term’s fixtures unconfirmed as of yet. West Ham United were widely affected by those alterations, remarkably seeing every single one of…

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Nothing Left To The Imagination: Hammers Defender Evra Displays Anfield Battle Scars

West Ham United defender Patrice Evra bared all on his imaginative Twitter account on Sunday afternoon, showing the true price of his second Premier League debut against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday afternoon. The 36-year-old was signed on a short-term contract by David Moyes’ side at the beginning of February and made his first start since joining up with the Hammers on Merseyside at the weekend. While his new club were downed 4-1 by Jurgen Klopp’s Reds courtesy…

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1 Manchester City 93
2 Liverpool 92
3 Chelsea 74
4 Tottenham Hotspur 71
5 Arsenal 69
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Leicester City 52
9 Brighton & Hov… 51
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
11 Newcastle United 49
12 Crystal Palace 48
13 Brentford 46
14 Aston Villa 45
15 Southampton 40
16 Everton 39
17 Leeds United 38
18 Burnley 35
19 Watford 23
20 Norwich City 22

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