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A fantastic piece on the shameful behaviour of Daglish and Liverpool

I don’t usually talk things non West Ham here, but there’s a great reaction to the shocking scenes at Old Trafford today on the Guardian website.  I think the reason I care is that their behaviour is so detrimental to a game that has faced many challenges of late, and…

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Today’s Match against Peterborough – POSTPONED

I’ll pop this one out quickly so you can save a wasted journey – the Peterborough match today is postponed according to their official website so have a day off, watch the United game, build a snowman and enjoy….maybe it’s a good thing and gives the lads a rest before Southampton on

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Hammers Heroes Tame The Lions

Well, we expected excitement and drama, but maybe not like that!  There were ten heroes and one muppet out there today, as the lads beat local rivals Millwall 2-1. Let’s deal with the muppet first – I’ve defended Nolan quite a lot this season, I think he has good leadership skills and imagine …

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West Ham v Millwall Match Preview

Sorry that it has been a while since my last match preview, busy at work and busy moving home have meant I’ve not been on here as much as I’d like to, but still have much love for the Hammers!  And what better way to get back on the match…

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Vaz Te and Morrison Sign

West Ham have secured the signings of Barnsley Winger/Goal Machine Vaz Te, as well as former Manchester United hot prospect Ravel morrison, with Nicky Maynard expected to join soon.  Let’s hope they give a kick up the backsdie to the current eleven who are losing 3-1 to Ipswich at …

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Millwall Match to be broadcast live

Millwall are claiming that this Saturday’s derby at Upton Park will be broadcast live on Sky.  Awaiting official confirmation from Sky or the Hammers, but it does seem to be pretty official.  Let’s keep off the pitch this time, yeah peeps?

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Transfer Deadline Day Gossip

Well, it’s that time of year where Sky Sports reporters freeze their backsides off standing outside a training ground with a load of truants.  Thought I’d pop by with a quick round up of what I understand is happening and a few thoughts… Ravel Morrison – I thought this was agent talk hankeing for a better deal, but …

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Hammers Sign George John (Ringo Paul set for talks?)

The club have confirmed the signing of George John, the FC Dallas Centre Half.  He will be here on an initial 2 months with a view to making things permanent.  It’s an important signing for us, as the plugs at the heart of defence have been clear for all to see, but it remains to …

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Hammers Half Term Report

Sitting here watching Blackburn v Bolton, I’m certainly happy that we have the man in the studio at the helm rather than the Scottish Avram Grant currently guiding the sinking ship Rovers.  I wanted Allardyce to save us from relegation last season, as I have no doubt he would have done.  …

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West Ham 3 Derby County 1

The Hammers took advantage of a slip by title rivals Southampton tonight, with a performance that ran from treacle like to sweet as candy floss.  Derby were the visitors and after a bright start by the home team, it was the Rams making the Hammers look like they had been counting sheep.  An early goal following …

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Hammers tame the Tigers

Another stubborn performance from the lads today saw us pick up 3 points at Hull City for the first time in over 50 years.  This achievement still won’t stop the part time percy’s and the ‘West Ham way’ rubbish they come out with, but for real fans it’s a revelation to watch the club continue …

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West Ham Win, fans not happy….

There really is no pleasing some people.  I’ve been going to West Ham for years, I’ve seen great football, I’ve seen turgid football, but I don’t think I’ve ever described us as ‘hard to beat’.  But last night, that’s exactly what we were and I’m very pleased with it.  It was almost two…

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No To Diouf!!!

There are a number of rumours circulating about the hammers signing gob chucking midfielder El Hadj Diouf. Simply put, I and many other Hammers fans do not want him anywhere near Upton Park. Big Sam should heed this warning – I’m prepared for some industrial football to get us up to the premier league, and I…

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Almunia Lands on Loan as Green is out for 6 weeks

Manuel Almunia has signed on loan following the new that Robert Green has a knee cartilage problem which will see him out for 6 weeks.  To be fair to the club, it’s a pretty good replacement.  Although Almunia is prone to the odd error, he should be a good …

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Olympic Stadium to be re-named the Ann Summers?

I’m sure this is absolute nonsense but it did get me thinking about the joy jourmalists will have if a story about re-naming the Olympic Stadium the Ann Summers has any semblance of truth to it… ‘The Ann Summers is buzzing’ ‘Can feel good vibrations all through the Ann Summers’ Hmmm…

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Hammers prepare for derby

This week has gone very quickly, apologies for no post match Pompey thoughts, what a strange game that was!  But there were some really good performances, especially from Noble, Lansbury and Cole, though everyone contributed.  It was great to get the home hoodoo off our backs and get a win under our belts, albeit a close one. Apparently…

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