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Devastating Fabianski update

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Hammers look to make it nine up against Palace

he old cliche that there are no easy games in the Premier League has never been truer than this season and with Palace on the way this Saturday evening there can be no relaxing for the Hammers.

Fun day out at the London Stadium for a quid

I have just got back home from a fun day out at the London Stadium which cost me just one pound.

Yarmolenko leads the ratings

Andriy Yarmolenko was the Claret and Hugh man of the match on Saturday afternoon on the South coast with an average score of 8.55.

Hammers women lose in front of near 25,000 fans

Adriana Leon

Forget the new Declan speculation

A new report that the Hammers have put a £100 million price tag on the head of Declan to deflect all interest from Manchester Unted and elsewhere is wild speculation at best…and nonsense at worse!

The new Irons: True grit and refusal to respect the point

Amid all the excitement and joy of returning to the creative pass and move football introduced to the club by Manuel Pellegrini let’s not overlook the true grit added to the team’s game.

Bilic and Diangana go top and Cullen plays his part

Grady Diangana was the only change to a West Brom side which went top of the Championship yesterday with a 2-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers.

Hammers beat Spurs again

West Ham  U18s defeated Spurs U18s for the second time in a fortnight to open their 2019/20 Premier League Cup campaign with three points.

Pellegrini unhappy with Bournemouth assistant manager

Manuel Pellegrini says he felt the Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall used ‘unfair’ tactics in an attempt to pressure the referee.