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YOUR POLL VERDICT: DOES SAM ENTERTAIN?

West Ham United’s current brand of football has been given a massive thumbs down in terms of entertainment value  by fans voting in a ClaretandHugh poll.

WHAT A NIGHT IT WAS TO BE AT WEMBLEY!

Greatest Hammers team ever – no discussion!

Collins ruled out of Sunderland clash

Sam Allardyce has ruled James Collins out of the trip to Sunderland on Monday evening and has a couple of other central deensive concerns.

Sam: ‘Fans should appreciate us more’

Sam Allardyce has told the fans the should be enjoying their good form rather than booing his team.

A Ravel plan where everybody wins

By David Hautzig
Immediate disclaimer. I am 100% aware that sitting in my Subaru is a much easier place to contemplate contract ideas for footballers. I’m not bothered by such things as the board, agents, or professional athletes.
Be that as it may, after reading Hugh’s piece on Ravel Morrison almost certainly leaving the club, I got to thinking. Had an hour left to drive, so why the hell not?

Let’s set things up based on what we know, or at least of which we are relatively certain.

Brady on the boos

Karren Brady has unsurprisingly toed the Hammers party line in her column in The Sun today.Here’s her thoughts on the cheers and jeers that greeted our victory over Hull City on Wednesday evening.

This ‘Sam dilemma’ is pure West Ham

It’s a massive irony that West Ham United’s owners seem more unsure of Sam Allardyce’s position now they are all but safe than they were when the team was in the bottom three!

POLL: Is Tony Cottee right?

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Sam sweats over Collins

Sam Allardyce is sweating over the fitness of defender James Collins for Monday night’s Premier League clash at Sunderland.