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Moaning Mo’s astonishing attack

West Ham’s Mo Diame has taken a serious ‘pop’ at the two Davids and his OWN TEAM MATES  – in national news reports today (Thurs).

Irons interest in striker ‘very real’

West Ham’s interest in French international striker Bafetimbi Gomis is reported as “very real” by sources close to the club. 

“It’s ZAR-ah-tay…just a notch below Tevez”

By David Hautzig
As soon as the Zarate rumors started, I called my mate Carlos. @carlosronisky
He is from Argentina, moved to the USA as a kid, and lives in the apartment building I used to live in back in Manhattan.
As much time as I spend watching English football on wide screen televisions in HD, he spends huddled in front of his laptop watching choppy streams of the Argentinian league.
At first, he couldn’t talk to me. He teaches marketing at a university and was busy grading papers. Once he got his bloody priorities straightened out he took some time to talk a little about our new number 10.

And by the way, he is a lifelong supporter of Argentinos Juniors. The original team of one Diego Maradona. Of course, Maradona reached his greatest heights playing for another team.

Zarate’s first interview – in perfect English !

Hammer Zarate – the first picture!

Teddy is the most qualified

Claret and Hugh understands that Teddy Sheringham will soon be announced as West Ham’s new attacking course after agreeing terms for the new role.

Zarate spent fortune to become an Iron

Zarate signs!

Semi official West Ham spokesman Jack Sullivan has confirmed our first signing of summer. Young Jack has revealed that Mauro Zarate has signed a three  year contract with West Ham with a further one year option.

Demel would take pay cut to return to Hamburg

Reports in Germany suggest Guy Demel is contemplating a  return to his former club Hamburg.  The report in SPORT.BILD  claims Demel recently flew back to  Hamburg to watch a relegation match against Fürth.

Cottee: “Sam must play two up”

Tony Cottee insists that Sam Allardyce needs to play a second striker up front if the Hammers are to become a real attacking force next season.