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Bobby Moore: 25 Years Gone But Never Forgotten: Club Remembers Greatest Son

West Ham United will today pay tribute to the memory and legacy of their favourite ever footballing son and England legend of all time Bobby Moore on the 25th anniversary of his tragic death at the tender age of 51. The first of a fortnight of tributes that will be paid to the Three Lions’ first and only ever FIFA World Cup-winning captain will take place at today’s Premier League clash with Liverpool…

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Throwback Thursday: 1980: Gaining The East London Bragging Rights On The Road To FA Cup Glory

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear from Tim, 57 and a lifelong Hammer and Season Ticket holder about an away day to remember, almost 40 years ago to the day. “With the FA Cup Fourth Round tie away to Wigan Athletic looming on the horizon, it seems fitting to tell the tale of my very first away Cup fixture. It was also the Fourth Round, being January…

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Iheanacho Nets As Westley’s U23’s Taste Foxes Defeat

  Terry Westley’s U23 Hammers suffered their first Premier League Two defeat of the season on Monday night, as a remarkably strong Foxes side proved overwhelming at The King Power Stadium. Having started the season strongly with a home draw against Champions Everton and victories over Tottenham Hotspur and Swansea City, with a Checkatrade Trophy win at the Country Ground sandwiched in between. The youngsters have now slumped to consecutive defeats, inflicted by that very …

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Where Are They Now? Nolberto Solano

Every Hammer will surely remember the charismatic Peruvian Nolberto Solano and his memorable spell during the otherwise easily forgotten 2007/2008 season. But, how did he become such a popular figure with The Claret & Blue Army? How did his journeyman career see him arrive for a twilight spell in East London? And where is he now? “Nobby” Solano was born in the Peruvian Province of Callao in 1974, starting his career with the little-known …

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3 Arsenal 6
4 Liverpool 6
5 Crystal Palace 6
6 Leeds United 6
7 Tottenham Hotspur 4
8 Chelsea 4
9 Newcastle United 4
10 West Ham United 3
11 Aston Villa 3
12 Brighton & Hov… 3
13 Manchester City 3
14 Manchester United 3
15 Southampton 3
16 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
17 West Bromwich Albion 1
18 Burnley 0
19 Fulham 0
20 Sheffield United 0

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