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Carr on Rio: ‘I convinced him to play centre-back’

“I just remember him coming to the training ground, he was choosing which club he would sign for. He was a tall, skinny, skilful midfield player,”  West Ham Ambassador Tony Carr  has told the Press Association about first meeting of former Hammer Rio Ferdinand who retired from football this week.

Eddie Howe becomes bookies second favourite

In the volatile betting market for next West Ham Manager, Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was made a surprise second favourite by bookmaker SkyBet last night at odds at 5/1. He is the forth second favourite within the last week as the bookies react to every rumour and significant bet placed for the next gaffer. However, not all bookmakers see Howe as a credible replacement for Allardyce and PaddyPower are still offering  odds of 16/1 and list him as seventh favourite.


Irons will pay whatever it takes for top boss

West Ham will pay whatever it takes to get the highest quality boss possible.

Irons hard on Jenkinson’s trail

Carl Jenkinson remains very much a ‘live’ target for the Hammers despite little encouragement from Arsenal the player is for sale.

Excited Randolph moves in

New Hammer Darren Randolph has spoken of his excitement at joining the club.

Irons bosses refuse to give up on Klopp

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Hoogte/REX Shutterstock (4786790d)
Borussia Dortmund supporters thank coach Jurgen Klopp
Borussia Dortmund v Werder Bremen, Bundesliga football match, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany – 23 May 2015
Jurgen Klopp’s final home game in charge of Borussia Dortmund

DG happy for Jack and ‘Bazza’

David Gold could hardly be more pleased to see former Hammer Jack Collison team up with one of his best pals in the game – Barry Fry.

Proud Bilic eyes next job

West Ham managerial candidate Slaven Bilic has spoken of his Besiktas pride after taking charge of his final game at the club.

Former West Ham star retires from football

Former Hammer Rio Ferdinand has announced his retirement from professional football after reading out a statement live on BT Sport.