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Slaven Bilic is set to bring his old pal and former Hammers room mate Julian Dicks in from the cold of top level football by appointing him as a coach at West Brom.
The Socios initiative which will allow fans to vote on a variety of inoffensive issues has been described as controversial, money grabbing and plain dull.
Baseball will return today to a West Ham stadium after an absence of 83 years. Although it is true that the American MLB league has never been played in Europe before nut baseball is no stranger having been played in the mid to late thirties at West Ham’s speedway stadium.
West Ham are in for the long game as far as the Maxi Gomez hoped for transfer is concerned!
West Ham are leading the battle to secure the services of Salomon Rondon according to the Northern Echo and are looking to have things tied up before manager-less Newcastle United decide to increase an earlier offer.
124 years ago today Thames Ironworks foreman Dave Taylor asked managing director Arnold Hills to form a works football team, leading to the foundation of Thames Ironworks FC on 29 June 1895.
Dean Ashton is – like all of us – is well ready for the start of the season and a huge game against Manchester City.
London Stadium owners, London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) continue to refuse the reveal the real cost of staging baseball this weekend.
West Ham have told supporters on the season ticket waiting list they will be removed if they turn down a season ticket for the second season running. In an article on WHUFC.com, the club say “Any supporters on the Waiting who have previously been offered a Season Ticket priority window, and are offered one again for the 2019/20 season and choose not to purchase, will be removed from the Waiting List.”
Many of West Ham’s first team squad players will be returning back to Rush Green after their summer holidays to start their pre-season training on Monday.