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Moyes muses Miami effect

David Moyes seems convinced the Irons squad will emerge stronger from the warm weather training stint in Miami. And he explained why he took the decision to visit the States and what he hopes the outcome will be, Speaking to the official site he said: ““It was a really good week. Obviously, we left on […]

London Stadium decision makers refuse to take the blame

Former London Legacy Development Corporations Chairman David Edmonds and Neale Coleman have given evidence at the London Assembly today. Both said they didn’t agree with all the conclusions from the Moore Stephens stadium report commissioned by the London Mayor and defended they own decisions. Coleman said certain decisions were above his pay grade and both Ken […]

WHUISA publish full minutes of David Sullivan meeting

West Ham Co-Chairman David Sullivan told representatives of West Ham United Independent Supporters’ Association (WHUISA) and Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) that the board will consider a supporter or former player on the board in the future to give some representation to the fans. He also said he would help lobby to get a supporter on the Newham […]

Gold on his way to Dagenham

West Ham’s board of directors will be represented by co chairman David Gold at tonight’s friendly fixture against Dagenham and Redbridge. There had been serious doubts over whether either of the co chairmen would arrive at the game after the events at the Burnley game but ClaretandHugh understands that Gold will take his place at […]

The View From Over Land and Sea

Our Canadian Hammer Paul is back for the first time since the Burnley game to give his opinions on all things West Ham.  

London Mayor tells West Ham to get a grip

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has told West Ham owners to get a grip to ensure proper behaviour from their fans. The London Mayor and Karren Brady are due to meet face to face for the first time on Monday after a recent war of words in the media. Khan speaking Talksport told radio listeners: “I understand […]

West Ham Statement on legal disputes

West Ham has given a statement to The Times newspaper about the ongoing litigation with the London Stadium owners E20 and LLDC. The main court case is scheduled for November this year this while an earlier determination about the agreement will be heard as early as April by an expert. West Ham told the Times: ‘West Ham […]

Former Hammer breaks silence on trouble times

By Blowing Bubbles Editor David Blackmore When the then Newcastle and England midfielder Kieron Dyer joined West Ham in 2007, it was supposed to be the start of great things for the player and the club, but a career-threatening injury in just his second appearance meant his life took a very different turn. In many […]

Top Hammers prospect looks set for Daggers clash

Exciting Nathan Holland could well be making a first team appearance against Dagenham and Redbridge in tonight’s friendly. The flying teenage winger is fully recovered from the hamstring injury which hit him last year and is looking to make a real impact against the National League club in a match organised to help their finances. […]

Hammers happy with WHUISA talks

West Ham are pleased with the outcome of the meeting between David Sullivan and the West Ham United Independent Supporters Association which was held at the co chairman’s Essex mansion on Tuesday. Observers at the meeting believe progress was made between the two sides and the results are due to be published via the WHUISA […]