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Archive | April 2018

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Irons finish fifth, Man United relegated – a top season

Academy boss Terry Westley has told his youngsters to keep their foot on the pedal despite the Under 23s season being over. Speaking to the official site he said: “Our season comes to a close but the first team still have five fixtures and the players have to put their foot on the pedal once […]

Moyes may be heading for board face off

David Moyes could be heading for his first Hammers confrontation with the Hammers board…over Joe Hart. The goalkeeping situation at the club has becoming increasingly worrying this season with both the England stopper and Adrian showing indifferent and  inconsistent form. But the manager has regularly talked up Hart and stuck by him against Arsenal – […]

Hoping for a young hopefuls final day

I believe we will be safe before the final game against Everton and beyond the relief everybody will be feeling should that be the case such a situation present the Hammers with an academy bonus on the final day. For all David Moyes’ faults – and his negative approach is paramount among that – he […]

The final games – relegation battle analysed

Stoke City will be relegated at the weekend – bar a mathematical miracle – if they lose at Anfeld. Stuck on 29 points with two games left and a goal difference of -33 against the Irons -21 that will be enough to do for Paul Lambert’s team with games against Palace (h) and Swansea (a) […]

Midfielder on target for return

Pedro Obiang is still on target to take a place on the bench against Leicester City next weekend. The midfielder has made great progress from a knee injury which looked set to end his season but instead he’s in line for a return for the last three games. Winston Reid, Sam Byram and Michail Antonio […]

New twist in West Ham United Supporters club dispute

The executive committee of the West Ham United Supporters Club wrote to members over the weekend to wipe out 87% of their 920 membership telling them they are not official members anymore. The 70-year-old institution is locked in a battle with the majority of its members over assets owned by the club. Around 50 members who […]

Just who is in charge of London Stadium turnaround?

There is some confusion on just who is exactly in charge of turning around the London Stadium fiances after the Stadium owners Chief Restructuring Officer has been appointed as interim CEO of Evan Cycles last week. Retail restructuring expert Alan Fort was appointed on 1st December  last year with the Sadiq Khan saying  “A Chief Restructuring Officer has […]

New war of words between Brady and Khan

Fresh correspondence between West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady and the London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been revealed after a Freedom of Information request by Claret and Hugh. The new correspondence shows a war of words between the Baroness and the Mayor after the West Ham v Burnley game and a leak of information to the Times […]

Exclusive: Rice contract talks underway

West Ham are currently in talks with Declan Rice over a new bumper contract. There was disappointment within the club at the headlines attracted by his Arsenal howler but the Hammers know they have a serious discovery on their hands and talks – which have gone on for a couple of weeks -are continuing . […]

Report: Hammers join four way scrap for winger

West Ham are tonight claimed to be one of four sides interested in in signing Benfica winger Franco Cervi. I know it’s only The Sun reporting it but they seem pretty well convinced that ourselves, Brighton, Newcastle and Swansea are all tracking the £20million-rated Argentine. Cervi is enjoying a decent season with the Portuguese club […]