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Archive | April 2018

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Why Gold and Sullivan won’t sell up before 2023

West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady’s own website values West Ham at £800m which if true would mean that the owners would need to pay the state London stadium owners nearly £120m if they sold before 2023.

Lanzini gets Zaba backing after Moyes moan

Pablo Zabaleta has backed Manu Lanzini to bounce back from his injury ravaged season and contribute towards much needed points at Leicester City.

Moyes permanent deal not a ‘given’

West Ham continue to insist that no final decision on a permanent David Moyes’ contract has been made or will be until the annual end of season review.

“Go home Carroll” brings fans rumpus

Andy Carroll is AGAIN at the centre of all the wrong headlines after being sent home from training by manager David Moyes.

Carroll sent home after refusing to apologise

Andy Carroll has turned out a loser in his confrontation with manager David Moyes during a training ground meeting this morning (Mon).

Pep opens up on Hart

Pep Guardiola has described the problems he confronted when deciding whether he should allow Joe Hart to move to West Ham on loan.

Walk-out Carroll and Moyes have a little chat!

David Moyes and Andy Carroll are understood to have had a confrontation at Rush Green this morning following the striker’s bench walk out during the Manchester City game.

Stats told us what to expect – now they show better to come

Leicester revolt can boost Irons safety bid

Puel is under extreme pressure

West Ham has worst record in the Premier League

West Ham have conceded more goals than any other team in the premier league this season with 67 after the Hammers 4-1 defeat against Manchester City at the London Stadium on Sunday.