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Archive | July 2019

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Report: Hammers linked with former Arsenal striker

West Ham are weighing up a late move for former Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom according to the Daily Mail

How the PL could look in a post-Brexit world

Hammers reach top 10 of European academies

West Ham has been ranked ninth in a table of top developers of Premier League talent created by the Daily Mirror.

Original Hammer of the year trophy to return

The original Hammer of the year trophy will be presented Łukasz Fabiański on the pitch before the West Ham v Man City Premier League opener on Saturday 10th August.

Supporters’ club search for new venue

Members of the West Ham Official Supporters’ Club were told yesterday that a hunt continues for a new venue close to London Stadium for the coming season.

High hopes Haller can fire Irons into Europe

Bobby Zamora has high hopes that Seb Haller is the guy to fire in the goals which will take West Ham into Europe.

French media u-turn on Hammers right back addition

French newspaper L’equipe have completed a u-turn on the changes of Monaco right-back Djibril Sidibe joining West Ham.

Striker rumour wide of the mark

Fresh reports that West Ham could sign Moussa Marega for £36.6m before the summer transfer window ends are completely wide of the mark. Portuguese newspaper ABolo has again suggested the Hammers could still move for the 28-year-old Mail international striker in the next week.  The FC Porto frontman has a contract until 2021 with a €40m termination clause.

High demand for Brighton away leaves disappointment

West Ham’s first away game of the season has sold out to season ticket holders with 14 priority points or more earlier this week with a ballot for the remaining 10% carried out in a ballot yesterday. The sell-out has raised the same criticism again from some supporters who have 13 points or less who just missed out in the season ticket sale only to face a ballot with fans who have no points.

Premier League opener yet to sell out

West Ham has yet to sell out the opening Premier League match of the season against Manchester City with under 1,000 tickets remaining un-sold on general sale.