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Hammers targeting new boss? Bilic backed again and Fonte attempts to motivate

Fulham boss could be a target With pressure mounting on Slaven Bilic, the board could look to bring in current Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic should they sack Bilic in the summer. Even if the side can salvage a respectable finish to the season it has not been one without its difficulties at times. This was supposed to be the season where West Ham kicked on but for one reason or another it …

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Widespread backing for Bilic but, Obiang could be out the door

Noble:”The fans really helped” Our skipper Mark Noble has praised the Hammers fans, declaring how influential the atmosphere was as we ended our run of seven games without a win, on Saturday against Swansea City. Noble made his 400th West Ham appearance against the Swans on Saturday and had this to say in a post-match interview with WHUFC.com: “It was one of the best atmospheres we have played in this year, the…

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The Loan Report: Minutes for Martinez and a win for Cullen

Tony Martinez – Oxford United The forward was involved in both games for Oxford this week but, started from the bench in each. During the midweek defeat to Fleetwood Town, he came on in the 66th minute with the scores level. It would be the visitors who went on to win the game, 3-1. He was once again on the bench for the weekend trip to Walsall, coming on as a half-time substitute in an entertaining 1-1 draw. Josh Cullen –…

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West Ham can breathe easier after vital win over Swansea

West Ham 1 – 0 Swansea City Kouyate (44’) “That’s our biggest win in a few years.” Mark Noble wasn’t exaggerating after the Hammers beat Swansea by a single goal. The collective sigh of relief after the final whistle could be heard around the London Stadium. We are now eight points clear of Swansea, who are now in a desperate position just two points adrift of Hull and in torrid form. Despite the pressure on the Irons, the home team started …

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Pearson rounds up the Premier League as West Ham finally win

West Ham’s narrow win over Swansea should now see the team safe from any danger of relegation. The 1-0 win was their first victory in eight games and moves them eight points clear of the bottom three. Swansea remain in the final relegation place due to this defeat, which is their fourth in five games. They are still two points from safety due to other results. Chelsea won their 24th game this season to reinstate the seven point…

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No mercy, West Ham! Boss Bilic ready to help relegate Sunderland from Premier League

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic may be the one inflicting relegation woe on another manager next week when the Hammers go to rock-bottom Sunderland in a Premier League encounter that may drive another nail in the Black Cats’ top flight coffin. Just days after escaping from the threat of being perilously close to the bottom three, Bilic’s side provide the opposition at the Stadium of Light against under-fire David Moyes’ outfit. Bilic managed to motivate his side with enough inspiration…

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West Ham need to get back to basics

A win is a win and, make no mistake, our 1-0 victory against a very poor Swansea side was a huge result for the club. Whilst perhaps not deserving of the hype that built over the week leading up to the fixture, it was nonetheless a massive confidence boost for everyone concerned with West Ham, not least the players. The three points sees a healthy gap open up between us and the…

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The important stats from the key win over Swansea

Let’s start by looking at the key statistics from yesterday’s vital 1-0 win over Swansea City. Possession One main downfall in our recent poor form has been our lack of possession, however yesterday; we were able to use the lack of keep ball to our advantage. The visiting Swans had the edge over possession, with 53.9 percent to our 46.1 percent possession. Despite the Welsh side keeping the ball more, they rarely threatened us…

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Hammers eyeing winger? Fletcher fee nearing agreement & U17s successful abroad

Fans Angered about Brady tweet Many West Ham fans were left angry by a tweet from our deputy chairman Karren Brady, ahead of our Premier League clash with Arsenal. Instead of focusing on the important Hammers game in hand, Brady was more interested in the desserts on offer in the Arsenal hospitality lounges. The baroness posted a picture of the Gunners desserts, less than an hour from kickoff, last Wednesday which left many fans angry. Many West Ham fans dislike Brady…

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Pearson Previews the Premier League Weekend as West Ham must beat Swansea

West Ham are at home to Swansea this weekend in a game which is a must not lose for both sides. A victory for West Ham will all most certainly see them clear of any relegation trouble this season as they would be eight points ahead of Swansea. Defeat for the Hammers, however, would leave them two or three points ahead of the final relegation place and continue their poor run of form. They have gone seven games without a …

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Beleaguered Bilic bullish ahead of West Ham’s vital Premier League clash against Swansea

Under-fire West Ham boss Slaven Bilic insists his side retain the belief in themselves required to meet the challenge of beating Swansea City tomorrow and going some way to staving of any lingering threat of relegation from the Premier League. Frustrated fans and critics have called into question the matter of Bilic’s tenure and asked if he can stay at the helm if the Hammers, currently 15th in the top flight, lose…

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Match Preview: West Ham United Vs. Swansea City

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog with the words “don’t panic yet”… Well, Christ. Now we can! This weekend’s game against Swansea is, without a doubt, the biggest game of our season. Both sides are struggling to find points and with only five points between the two and seven games left. This is, by all means, a six pointer. The Olympic stadium will need to be loud; despite holding its breath, to get the boys across…

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Pearson rounds up the Premier League as West Ham fall to 5th straight defeat

West Ham drop to 15 th in the table following their fifth straight defeat, 3-0 away to Arsenal. They are five points above the bottom three and need to pick up more points before the end of the season to be sure of safety. Arsenal’s win moves them back into contention for the top four places. They move into 5 th place, just four points behind Man City with a game in hand. …

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Bilic still best boss to steer West Ham from dreaded drop zone, says Hammers legend Cottee

Slaven Bilic is the right man to steer West Ham away from the threat of relegation, according to Hammers legend Tony Cottee. Beleaguered Bilic watched his side slump to yet another defeat last night in a 3-0 loss against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. The visitors turned in a solid first-half display and went into the break at 0-0, looking as if they might cause the Gunners some problems with counter-attacks in the second…

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The statistics behind Arsenal 3-0 West Ham United

Let’s take a look at the key statistics from our 3-0 defeat to the Gunners last night. Possession Arsenal dominated us in all but every area last night and possession is certainly no different. The hosts had a staggering 65.6 percent possession to our 34.4 percent at the Emirates. The Gunners dominance can certainly be seen in the possession figures and if there was one stat that summed up our evening last night, that was it. …

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Manchester City duo on Hammers radar and Cresswell injury news

Vodaphone Stadium? It has been rumoured this week in The Daily Mail that we are set to announce a six-year contract for the naming rights of The London Stadium with telecommunications company Vodaphone. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) are said to be in advanced talks with the broadband and internet provider over the multi-million-pound deal, however an announcement isn’t expected until May. The naming rights for …

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West Ham ace Collins pledges to battle at Arsenal after admitting ‘everyone is down’

West Ham defender James Collins is desperate to help the Hammers to avoid defeat at Arsenal tonight after admitting “everyone is down” at the club. Slaven Bilic’s beleaguered side have gleaned just two points from a possible 18 after the loss at Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday. Now they go to the Emirates Stadium in the hope of turning their fortunes around against Arsene Wenger’s outfit; a side that has…

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Bilic backed, Sakho returns and Wilshere inbound?

Owners back Bilic Our under pressure manager Slaven Bilic has received the full backing of the board following recent speculation about his future at the club. The joint chairmen, David Gold and David Sullivan, released a statement on Sunday, ending the speculation and declaring “we have 100% faith in Slaven Bilic’s ability to lead West Ham United”. Gold and Sullivan’s statement came a day after our 2-1 defeat to Hull City at the KCOM Stadium, a game in which we…

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Uncertain times ahead as Hammers get dragged into relegation battle

Well, at least the end of the season is going to be interesting for us West Ham fans. I watched the 2-1 defeat to Hull yesterday, and half of me couldn’t believe we had just lost to one of the worst teams in the Premier League, while the other half insisted that this is West Ham and anything can happen. After every match, I give the players ratings out of 10. What is worrying is just how many…

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4 Key Talking Points and Player Ratings from West Ham’s defeat to Hull

1. Bone idle defensive display costs Hammers yet again Our biggest problem in our poor season so far is the way we have defended, both home and away, with yesterday being no different. The central defensive partnership of Fonte and Collins lined up from the start for the first time ever together at the KCOM yesterday. In Reid’s absence, the pair didn’t have much joy as we were sliced open a …

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The key statistics and reaction to West Ham’s defeat to Hull City and Hammers News

Let’s take a look at some of the key statistics from yesterday’s 2-1 Defeat to Hull City at the KCOM Stadium. Possession and passing As characteristic with most of our League games this season we dominated possession of the ball yesterday. Despite our poor performance, we had 54.5% possession to the Tigers 45.5%. Our passing accuracy was also superior to that of Marco Silva’s men, with 78.8% to Hull’s 67.4% passing accuracy. Even though we had the better of our opponents in those…

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Match Preview: Hull City vs West Ham United

Finally, we welcome back Premier League football after the international break. West Ham will travel to the KCOM stadium to face Hull City. Despite still sitting in the bottom three, Hull’s home form of late might worry the Irons. The Tigers haven’t lost in their last five fixtures at the KCOM and will desperately look to pick up another win to pull them out of danger. The Opponents: Hull City have had a turbulent season with two manager changes, an early…

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Carroll’s England snub! West Ham ace to quit Three Lions and play for minnows GIBRALTAR

Fed-up West Ham striker Andy Carroll is ready to relinquish his English nationality so he can make a name for himself on the world stage with minnows  GIBRALTAR . And if the lanky forward can push through the paperwork in time he hopes to revive the nation’s hopes of qualifying for World Cup 2018. They currently sit bottom of qualifying group H with no points; and face Cyprus next on June 9 — a game in which Carroll wants to feature. …

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Sakho’s back! West Ham boost as Senegal striker returns to training after injury lay-off

Diafra Sakho has delivered a timely boost to West Ham by returning to training with Slaven Bilic’s squad. The Hammers striker has been out of action since back surgery following the Premier League draw at Manchester United in November of last year; a game in which he scored. Now the Senegal hitman has recovered suitably and after months of fitness rehabilitation he is ready to take the next step, which is to actually …

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Throwback Thursday

In this week’s addition of our weekly throwback segment, we speak to Lee, 34, and a lifelong Hammer on his first experience of the famous Boleyn Ground. “I don’t think you ever forget your first game at your team’s home ground. Mine was a fairly low key game being the 2nd round, 2nd leg of the League cup against Bradford City. For me though, maybe not to many, it was a…

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The Case for Defoe?

Putting history aside, I am very torn on our Club’s pursuit of Jermain Defoe. If rumours are to be believed, something the Twitter age has made incredibly difficult, he is one of our main targets in the forthcoming summer transfer window. My issue is not whether we should sign Defoe, again history aside he would be a valuable squad member with a proven record at the highest level but my suspicion is that the Club view him as a…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
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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