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Swansea “go missing” as Irons look to seal deal

West Ham have had made an improved offer of ¬£20 million bid for Swansea’s Andre Ayew which is what the Welsh club demanded after our initial bid of ¬£15 million was knocked back

Slav ready to throw everything at second leg

London Stadium naming rights update

Rumours that the former Olympic Stadium is about to renamed the Tesco stadium are completely wide of the mark ClaretandHugh understands.

Football pitch arrives at the London Stadium

It was the greatest day of our lives…we were West Ham, and why weren’t that 11 in claret and blue?

England captain Bobby Moore (1941 – 1993) holds up the Jules Rimet trophy after his team’s victory over West Germany in the final of the World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, London. Goalkeeper Gordon Banks is on the right with Geoff Hurst on the left. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Ex Hammer calls it a day

West Ham retro magazine Ex Hammer is to close down after 14 years of publication. The news was announced on Facebook yesterday by Editor/Publisher Tony McDonald.

More OS tickets go on sale

West Ham have confirmed that the relocatable seating on all four sides of London Stadium is now in place, which means the  stadium will be operating in full football mode for both the UEFA Europa League and the Betway Cup against Juventus.
This means every single seat in the lower tier will now be in use from day one, with a maximum Stadium capacity of 54,000 for these first two fixtures due to a safety certificate limit.Season Ticket Holders in Blocks 145-155 of the new Bobby Moore (North) Stand are now able to buy their seat for the return leg against NK Domzale on Thursday 4 August. Their priority window will run until 5pm on Saturday 30 July.

Video: 50 years to the day as WHUFC win World Cup!

Hammers hopes rise on striker

West Ham are contunuing to track events as Carlos Bacca starts to run out of options.

Mooro speaks – it really was 50 years ago