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Archive | September 2015

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Gold: OS ticketing rumour is ‘complete nonsense’

Love him or hate him, you have to hold your hands up to David Gold for using Twitter to face-up to the ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’ questions regularly thrown at him.

Academy: Lee strike is not enough to stop the rot

Although Elliot Lee (pictured) netted a first-half strike on Saturday to put the U21s one-nil up against Stoke City – the Hammers youngsters eventually slumped to another defeat.

Survey: Irons new boys head ‘impact’ ratings

Dimitri Payet has come out joint top in a Daily Mail survey of the new Premier League stars that have made the biggest impact among the English top-flight clubs this season.

Gold claims he is ‘not powerless’ over ground-share

Chairman David Gold has come under pressure from fans to reveal whether another club will be allowed to share the Olympic Stadium with West Ham.

‘West Ham are a top five or six club this year’

This week on the popular West Ham podcast, the boys review the loss against Leicester City in the League Cup and the hard fought draw against Norwich last Saturday.

Adrian Durham: neutrals will dilute OS atmosphere

Radio presenter and Hammers fan, Adrian Durham, has been penning his thoughts in The Daily Mail today about West Ham’s move to the Olympic Stadium.

Irons explain Carroll’s Norwich injury worries

Fears that Andy Carroll will make a return to the treatment room after lunging into a tackle on Saturday against Norwich City have proved unfounded.

Austin injury may prove a DS point

David Sullivan’s injury fears over Charlie Austin have been at least partially confirmed with the news this evening the Queens Park Rangers striker could be out of action for a month.

Irons v Norwich…THE GOALS

Steve Jones’ kid scores EIGHT of nine!

West Ham under 10’s beat Millwall yesterday 9-8. Alex Song’s son made his debut for the Hammers youngsters but the star of the show former Hammer Steve Jones’ son Liam who scored eight of the nine goals.