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The Mark Noble issue

What I’m about to write here will of course create a huge over-reaction among many but I need to get it off my chest regardless and take absolutely no pleasure in doing so. Watching players coming to the end of their career is never easy. I was there for Mooro, Devo, Sir Trev and Billy […]

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Changes ahead as Irons head for Cheltenham

Declan Rice looks booked for his second start for the Irons at Cheltenham Town tomorrow evening in the League Cup clash. But hopes that young Nathan Holland may get his chance along wth Toni Martinez appear to have been ruled out by their involvement in the under 23s victory over Spurs yesterday. Manager Slaven Bilic […]

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Hammers talk on AC Newcastle link

West Ham have dismissed speculation that Andy Carroll will be loaned to Newcastle or any other club. But were there to be a firm offer for the striker to come in before the window closes the club would consider the possbility of a permanent move. Speculation arose over the weekend that Rafa Benitez may attempt to […]

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Mooro rules Spurs and he’d have loved that!

Spurs fans had a very bad day on their opening home fixture of the season at Wembley today (Sun)  beaten 2-1 by Chesea at Wembley. That of course was very well received by the Hammers fans who to put it politely don’t enjoy the best of relationships with the mob from North London. But we […]

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Gold delivers double quick verdict

David Gold was quick to give his post match verdict after the Irons were deprived of a battling point by a last minute penalty. Ref Lee Mason had no second thoughts about pointing to the spot after a Zabaletta nudge in Yoshida’s back but at  best it was a very soft penalty to give. Gold […]

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Bilic gets big boost

  Slaven Bilic has delivered a happy confirmation that Michail Antonio is back for the game against Saints this weekend. Speaking at his pre-match presser he said: “He has been with us for two-and-a-half weeks now. He did 90 minutes on a big pitch in the Under-23s and then he came back to train with us […]

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The Karren Brady debate

West Ham Vice Chairman Karren Brady appeared on Sky Sports Premier League The Debate last night. Brady and former Hammer Craig Bellamy joined Geoff Shreeves on Wednesday night to discuss the future of the transfer window, problem players and more. Brady spoke about why she and her club are backing proposals to close the transfer […]

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DG’s strong view on earlier summer window closure

David Gold finds himself in “personal” approval with the Premier League’s proposal that the summer transfer window should close on the opening day of the new season. The issue has been put on the agenda for the next meeting of Premier League chairmen on September 7 and sources close to the negotiations are confident that […]

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The Loan-Report: Duo Impress For Bolton

Let’s take a look at how some of our young Academy starlets fared at some of their loan-clubs over the weekend, as Reece Burke and Josh Cullen impressed for Bolton, and Reece Oxford continued his quest for a first-team place in Germany. Reece Burke and Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) Young duo Reece Burke and Josh Cullen continued to impress Bolton Wanderer’s boss Phil Parkinson, as The Trotters drew 1-1 with Millwall at The Den. Cullen, who …

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London Stadium transformation underway

Work is now underway to convert the London Stadium back to football mode following the completion of 2017 IAAF World Championships on Sunday. Stadium owners E20 Stadium LLP are contractually obliged under the contract with West Ham to return the stadium to football mode by August 25. E20 Stadium say: “All four of the stadium’s stands […]

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London Stadium capacity increase remains at stalemate

West Ham still haven’t reached agreement with Stadium owners E20 Stadium LLP to increase the football capacity to 60,000 or 66,000. ClaretandHugh understands no formal request has been made by operators London Stadium 185 to increase the London Stadium football capacity to 60,000 for this season. Operators LS185 will need to make a formal request to […]

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Samuelsen stars in great victory

By Jack Lebeau Follow Jack on Twitter @JackLebeau66  West Ham U23s overcame an awful performance from the referee to beat League Two side Swindon 3-2 in the Checkatrade Trophy  at the County Ground last night. Goals from Samuelsen, Makasi and Kemp for West Ham settled the tie deservedly in West Ham’s favour with the Norwegian grabbing […]

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Official: Feghouli joins Galatasaray

West Ham finally officially confirmed that Sofiane Feghouli has joined Galatasaray on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee believed to be £4m. The Algeria winger moves to the Turkish Super Lig club after a single season in Claret and Blue, having joined the Hammers from Spanish side Valencia in summer 2016. Feghouli totalled 27 […]

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Man United star Nemanja Matic proves to be the prize catch

MARTIN KEOWN: Romelu Lukaku will grab the headlines with his two goals but we must not overlook the importance of Nemanja Matic to Manchester United’s victory over West Ham.

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Bilic: I expected more

Slaven Bilic says he “expected more” from his West Ham side after they fell to a 4-0 defeat at Manchester United in their opening Premier League game.

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Romelu Lukaku gives Manchester United dream start against West Ham

For Manchester United, it is difficult to see how their first game of the new season could have gone much better other than perhaps another goal or two to polish up their superiority. As it was, they shouldn’t be too greedy. Romelu Lukaku has wasted little time demonstrating why he became the club’s most expensive summer recruit and, on this evidence, it is shaping up to be a season of rich promise for José≈ Mourinho’s…

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