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West Ham Chairman, David Gold has confirmed Diafra Sakho is expected to make his long anticipated return on Wednesday evening against Spurs at the Boleyn Ground. Sakho is expected to be on the bench but could play some part in the crucial London Derby.
Alex Song may need to moderate his wage demands if he is to have a chance of landing a permanent West Ham United deal at the end of the season.
Sir Geoff Hurst turned the Boleyn Ground air blue at half time yesterday by swearing on the P.A system in front of a 35,000 sell out crowd together with millions watching over the world on TV. Speaking to the stadium announcer about his World Cup feat in 1996 Hurst said: “Most important I trumped Dear who scored five against West Brom, F**k him!”
The Capital One victory by Manchester City over Liverpool this evening means an additional Europa League place will be available to whoever finishes in sixth position in the Premier League this season.
Great video courtesy of BT Sports. Makes you proud and excited to be a Hammer!
Sunderland new boy Wahbi Khazri grabbed all the attention for the wrong reasons in West Ham’s 1-0 victory at the Boleyn Ground yesterday. The attacking midfielder, who joined from Bordeaux in January, attempted a Rabona cross but was left with egg on his face when it went spectacularly wrong.
Sam Allardyce has thanked West Ham fans who largely gave him a warm welcome at the Boleyn ground yesterday.
Michail Antonio has confirmed his bizarre goal celebration was inspired by cartoon character Homer Simpson.
Those Hammers Chat boys- Gonzo and Geo – are on the loose again discussing yesterday’s win over Sunderland.