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West Ham Transfer Update (07/07/14)

DONE DEAL: West Ham have signed Ipswich left-back Aaron Creswell on a 5-year deal. DONE DEAL: Former West Ham midfielder Matt Taylor has joined Burnley CLOSE: West Ham are very close to signing Charlton and highly rated midfielder Diego Poyet. THE SUN: Ravel Morrison is set to stay at West Ham next season. DONE DEAL: Former hammer Antonio Nocerino has joined Torino on loan from Milan. TWITTER: West Ham are amongst a…

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Summer transfer targets for West Ham

West Ham eyeing up next season With West Ham all but safe, sitting ten points clear of the drop zone with only five games remaining, co-owner David Gold has expressed his determination to avoid yet another relegation battle next year. With recent victories over both Hull and Sunderland, the club have already began engaging in possible transfer and contract talks with current and prospective signings. Gold, speaking in the match day programme…

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Four players who deserve new contracts

As the end of the season gets closer we can’t help but think to summer and hope the rest of the season goes to plan. At the moment it looks like we’re staying up but there is an air of caution because it’s so tight at the bottom of the table and we have a tough run of fixtures for the last 6 or so games. In terms of players in the summer of course we need…

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The mystery of Big Sam’s substitutions

Sam substitutions have often been a mystery for a long time. For example taking of a striker for a striker when we are 1-0 down. However every once in a blue moon, Allardyce gets it spot on with his substitutions. For example when we won against Fulham 3-0, he put on Joe Cole, Carlton Cole and Ravel. The two Coles scored and Ravel brought the game to life. Or when we beat Chelsea at home last season, he brought …

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Fade and Dying

I woke up today with the reminder of why I supported West Ham. It was 14th April 1991, I was eight sitting on a coach with my dad and brother heading to Villa Park, Birmingham. What a day it turned out to be. Not the score, as the ref Keith Hackett ruined the game by wrongfully sending off Tony Gale and we lost 4-0. However, our fans continuously sang “Billy Bonds’ Claret and Blue Army”. I remember thinking I will love…

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English Premier League Table

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

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