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Canadian Hammer: Why The Bubble Has Burst

We get sent quite a few videos each week and this one has been particularly busy but I received this clip from Canadian Hammers fan Paul yesterday and just had to give him a platform all of his own. Here he gives his humorous and quirky appraisal of West Ham’s start to the season.  

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West Ham star urges key team mate to stay this summer

Cheikhou Kouyate Urges Diafra Sakho to Stay at West Ham This article was originally published on 90min.com. West Ham World is a platform that allows fans to express their opinions on a grander scale. The views in this article are not necessarily those of West Ham World, but we ask you to respect the opinions

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PLAYER RATINGS: Manchester City v West Ham

Manchester City Vs West Ham United match review Manchester City 1-2 West Ham United Saturdays late afternoon kick off was a daunting trip to Manchester City’s Etihad stadium to face a squad full of very expensive talent. West Ham’s day was made slightly easier when David Silva pulled out of the game after picking up an injury during the warm up. The Hammer have already been very impressive on the road with superb away wins …

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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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What to expect before the New Year

What to Expect Before the New Year I don’t think anyone expected this team to be sitting in 4 th place 11 games into the season. The pre-season looked bleak and when Andy Carroll went down, again, many hammers were terrified. I remember one specific conversation in which a fellow fan told me that neither Valencia nor Sakho were true strikers and that Big Sam wouldn’t change anything. I disagreed vehemently on the first point but hated to admit that I…

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Carlton Cole, Diafra Sakho and The West Ham Legend

Carlton Cole, Diafra Sakho, and The West Ham Legend Today’s game against Burnley was another great victory for West Ham taking us to the heady heights of 4 th place before Sunday’s games. One of the big reasons for this is Diafra Sakho, who has been a revelation for West Ham. He is the first player since Carlton Cole to score 5 in 5 EPL games. He is on 6 in 6 counting his first appearance in the League Cup. Obviously, it is too early …

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West Ham’s new strike force

It’s important not to get too carried away with these early games of the season, however from the last two games there is so many reasons to be positive about what’s to come this season. The excitement is mainly coming from two players in particular, alongside the amazing Stewart Downing. The first player to mention is Diafra Sakho, when it was announced West Ham were finally signing him after a lengthy transfer deal that could …

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Is this the strongest West Ham team for a while?

Since the transfer window has closed, several of our first team signings have had some game time and lived up to expectations of the fans, manager and the board. The likes of Sakho, Valencia and Amalfitano have all scored for the Claret and Blue already. Sakho has scored 3 goals in 3 matches so far, whereas Valencia has scored just the once but impressed every match he’s played in. Lastly, Amalfitano finished the Scousers off on Saturday to complete a famous…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Liverpool 93
2 Manchester City 72
3 Chelsea 60
4 Leicester City 59
5 Manchester United 59
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 55
7 Sheffield United 54
8 Tottenham Hotspur 52
9 Arsenal 50
10 Burnley 50
11 Everton 45
12 Southampton 45
13 Newcastle United 43
14 Crystal Palace 42
15 Brighton & Hov… 36
16 West Ham United 34
17 Watford 34
18 AFC Bournemouth 31
19 Aston Villa 30
20 Norwich City 21

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