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Bobby Moore: Hammers To Mark Anniversary With Minute’s Applause At London Stadium

West Ham United plan to remember their greatest-ever footballing son this weekend at the London Stadium during their first home game since the 25th anniversary of the former Hammers and England captain’s death. A minute’s applause will be held before the Premier League fixture with Burnley, during which a unique mosaic will be displayed in the East Stand, reminiscent of the one that was used to remember fallen heroes in the last match before Remembrance Sunday against Liverpool …

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Lawro gives his verdict

Mark Lawrenson doesn’t appear to have a clue what to expect from the Iron this weekend. With Burnley arriving at the London Stadium the match has been described as a ‘must win’ by the likes of Mark Noble and Pablo Zabaleta but it’s a game which is seriously hard to call. Lawrenson isn’t sure of […]

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Declan Rice has decision to make over his future

Martin O’Neill has  called up Declan Rice to his senior Ireland squad for this month’s training camp and friendly in Turkey, O’Neill has stressed that the young West Ham defender, who is still eligible to play senior football for both Ireland and England, will not come under any pressure to decide his international future. “We […]

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Bad Romance

Being a West Ham supporter is never easy and as the saying goes if it’s fixed break it certainly resonates with the mighty Hammers. After the shambollic performance against relegation rivals who were considered dead certs for relegation a short while ago we find ourselves stuck in the middle of a relegation dog fight. Leapfrogged on Saturday by the flying Swans. Our stay in The Premier League is looking far from certain. The proposed March and the verbal abuse of joint owner…

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Throwback Thursday: 2015: Becoming A Hammer In a Bore Win Over Burnley

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear the story of Jack, 16 and a relatively new member of the Claret & Blue Army about how he came to support West Ham United through a more unconventional route in the spring of 2015. “Living on the Kent Coast, growing up I had lived a very shallow life in terms of Primer League football, the nearest Top-Flight teams being those in the faraway reaches of…

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You Only Live Twice in a Bond Escapade!

How do I learn to accept manoeuvres that would confound and send the online masses into a spin? How can I trust those in power who claim one thing and deliver another? However is the proclamation important when the final package is a fine Parisienne wine that has only improved with maturity? Of course I cry of Monsieur Patrice Evra who arrived on a free transfer after his ejection out of Olympique de Marseille. Now at…

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West Ham yet to feel benefit of move to London Stadium

The Hammers’ finances for 2016-17 – their first season at their new home in Stratford – show they managed to make a record profit of £43million. But there was a standout line in the accounts.

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David Brailsford has been the most overplayed hand in British sport

MARTIN SAMUEL: We knew the Football Association were really intent on England winning the 2014 World Cup, because Steve Peters turned up.

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New Bobby Moore exhibition opens

Photographs of Bobby Moore which have been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery and have gone on display to mark this year’s World Cup and the 25th anniversary of his death. The exhibition includes some unusual images of a working footballer: winning the ball from George Best, playing chess with Franz Beckenbauer. And the more […]

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We need some perspective

Guest blog by Terry Driscoll As a young lad I remember asking my great uncle if he ever went to watch West Ham play and his reply made me smile: “Not since they moved from the memorial ground son, Upton Park isn’t even in West Ham, they shouldn’t be allowed to use the name they […]

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Hammer knocked out in serious injury

Winston Reid picked up a serious injury on Saturday that could see the defender out for the remainder of the season. The centre-back overextended his knee was also knocked out unconscious during a first-half incident at the Liberty Stadium. TV replays showed Reid’s foot appeared to lodge in the ground and he remained on the deck […]

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Gold in shocking scenes after defeat

David Gold was tonight forced from his car by angry hammers fans following the defeat at Swansea. Here is the response from Hammers Chats Gonzo after the footage emerged on twitter.   BOARD OUT 10th March we March!! pic.twitter.com/gZVSUh5P03 — Kristian Jones (@stuttanutta) March 3, 2018 Too much for me, not up for all of […]

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West Ham make treacherous journey to Wales

West Ham’s first team squad left London at 1 pm this afternoon to make their dangerous journey to Wales where they face Swansea tomorrow at 3 pm. Despite amber warnings being issued by the Met Office for large parts of England and Wales, the Premier League have decided the show must go on and accordingly […]

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Time To Keep Our Head Above Water

This has been another week where events off the pitch have somewhat overshadowed team matters, as of yesterday the Real West Ham Fans Action Group March has been cancelled with the board offering to match any fundraising aimed at the march and the total being donated to the cause of young West Ham fan Isla Caton who is suffering from a rare form of cancer. I have seen the group being criticised for this and the board being…

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Antonio the ‘beast’ driven by dual ambition

Michail Antonio has pledged to become the “beast” he was in his Forest days over the rest of the season and has revealed he’s being driven by a dual ambition. He wants to see the Hammers flying but also has his eyes set on a World Cup place in the summer. Speaking to the official […]

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West Ham Group United minutes published

The Real West Ham Fan Action Group have published minutes from a meeting they held with Karren Brady and other groups yesterday before today’s surprise announcement of the cancellation of the march. Present: Karen Brady (KB) and Tara Warren (TW) for WHUFC Various supporters groups represented by Andrew Swallow (AS) Micky Morgan (MM) Mo Sikka (MS) Mark […]

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Premier League relegation scrap: who will survive and who faces the drop?

With around half the division in danger of falling into the Championship, we analyse which clubs have the most to fear West Brom look to be a write-off even though their fixture list seems relatively favourable. Their form is deteriorating rather than improving, and the injury to Daniel Sturridge is an unfortunate, if foreseeable, blow. Stoke, by contrast, are improving, seemingly energised by Paul Lambert, some astute January signings and an in-form Xherdan Shaqiri. The fear…

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West Ham team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Swansea City

All you need to know as the Hammers prepare to take on the Swans in a relegation six-pointer in Wales

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Premier League’s best ever hat-tricks 30-21: Bentley magic

Here, Sportsmail’s DAN RIPLEY continues to count down in our top 50 Premier League hat-trick series by checking out the 30th and 21st best… and everything in between. Michael Owen features.

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West Ham all change in April

All four of West Ham fixtures in April have been rescheduled for Sky TV. The Hammers’ game away at Chelsea will now be shown on Sky Sports on Sunday 8 April, with a 4.30pm kick-off, although this fixture is subject to change should they be in UEFA Champions League action the following Tuesday. Next up […]

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The Parcel at the Post Office

At the beginning of this season I was in a general state of well being, content in my slumber and fat with relief that West Ham had escaped the misery and would go again into another campaign…surely it would be so much better than the last? The search was made, scoured throughout endless web pages to find that consumable we so desperately needed, placed the order and waited for it to arrive…but did it ever? Only a note stuck…

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Nothing Left To The Imagination: Hammers Defender Evra Displays Anfield Battle Scars

West Ham United defender Patrice Evra bared all on his imaginative Twitter account on Sunday afternoon, showing the true price of his second Premier League debut against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday afternoon. The 36-year-old was signed on a short-term contract by David Moyes’ side at the beginning of February and made his first start since joining up with the Hammers on Merseyside at the weekend. While his new club were downed 4-1 by Jurgen Klopp’s Reds courtesy…

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Fan alliance publish 5,000 word letter from club

The West Ham Groups United have published a 5000-word letter from the club sent to them last Wednesday. The full reply from West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady can be here read here on KUMB.com The letter confirms that the action group had previously met with co-owner David Sullivan for three and a half hours the week […]

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Collins eyes six points

James Collins insists West Ham will pick up points from the upcoming clashes with Swansea and Burnley. The Hammers travel to Wales this weekend aware that a victory will move them six points clear of the relegation zone, before hosting the Clarets at the London Stadium the following week. And Collins is confident that he […]

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Moyes: “Marko’s been great.”

David Moyes handed out huge praise to Marko Arnautovic following the defeat at Anfield declaring: ““He’s doing a good job for us, he’s a real threat, we like him a lot and we’re really pleased with his work.” The manager added: “Marko has been really good, I’ve got to say, he’s been great. We’re demanding of […]

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Evra shows off his Liverpool pain

Patrice Evra left Anfield on Saturday with a nasty wound which needed three stitches and abuse from the scousers ringing in his ears. The former Manchester United star last appeared in the Premier League in 2014  and had a stormy welcome back despite probably knowing what was on the way. But afterwards he shrugged it […]

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English Premier League Table

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

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