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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.

Clear And Obvious

Blind Hammer looks at how VAR is to be implemented next season.

The second season of Pellegrini’s project

The second season of Pellegrini’s project

West Ham’s up-and-down 2018/19 campaign before finishing a respectable 10th in Manuel Pellegrini’s first season  begs one question: “What can we expect for the new campaign.”

Pellegrini happy with squad

Continuous reports of more multi-million signings for the Hammers over the coming days and weeks this summer should be taken with a large pinch of salt.  Last season Manuel Pellegrini stated publcily he prefers quality over quantity and with Pablo Fornals and Seb Haller signed this summer he has certainly got that.

Alternative transfer targets

Guest Blog by Richard Jones 

Marko can do one!

Surprise, Surprise,  Marko Arnautovic and his agent brother are ‘playing up’ again trying to re-engineer a mega wage move to China.

Socios: Separating fact from fiction

Socios announced more details about how the West Ham fan token will work yesterday setting the price at £1 per token outside the thousands they will give away for free.

Pellegrini striker dilemma on the cards

Replacing strikers is now Pellegrini’s main summer priority but the age-old problem is how to keep them all happy is a big question.

West Ham squad valued at £450m

Football.London has valued the current West Ham squad at £312m based on TransferMarkt valuations.

There is still plenty of time to sign Gomez

The Premier League summer transfer window opened on 16th May and closes on 8th August. Most players contracts run until the end of June meaning clubs are usually not keen to start paying for their new players until 1st July.  That is the case for West Ham’s three new summer signings in Roberto, David Martin and Pablo Fornals who all officially become Hammers at the beginning of July.