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By Craig Bird
All has not been well at West Ham United for some time. Not only did Pelligrini leave under a cloud after attempting to bring pure football back to the East End, but David Moyes was appointed and the club were almost relegated at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
By CandH follower Colin Brookes
We are suffering hard and worrying times so let’s give ourselves a little break and cast a look back down memory lane at the great Hammers.
By John Gates
Freddie Piquionne is a name that will always be associated with a torrid season under Avram Grant for West Ham United fans, although there are a few happy memories connected with the player.
Qualifying for Euro 2020 was a breeze for England, winning seven and losing just once against the Czech Republic in Prague, as they comfortably topped Group A by a margin of six points.
Hammer of the year Lukasz Fabiansli could well be proving the vital miss for the Hammers this season.
By Dave Jones
It’s fair to say that West Ham don’t have the best of records when it comes to bringing in new recruits. Savio Nsereko, Andre Ayew, Jose Fonte, Kieran Dyer… the list of expensive flops goes on. That being said, there have been one or two smart and successful purchases that have lit up the Boleyn Ground and the London Stadium. Let’s take a look at West Ham’s best transfers of the Premier League era.