Fab determined to make fans proud on Saturday

Lukasz Fabianski is back from international duty and switched on for Spurs. The Hammers keeper has probably been the best player in the squad this season, proving himself a huge bargain at £7 million in the summer. And speaking at the launch of the 2018 Lycamobile Cup, he said:  “I came back from international duty on Monday […]

V for Victory – the stadium goes claret and blue!

West Ham today won the battle that has dominated the London Stadium agenda for years – along with winning several other concessions as detailed in our story below. Hammers vice chair Karren Brady announced that the London Assembly had agreed that the new carpet surrounding the pitch will be claret. She confirmed the dispute  has […]

Stadium owners refused to hand over info to FA

West Ham Vice Chairman Karren Brady has told a London Assembly Budget monitoring committee at City Hall that West Ham were forced to take out a legal injunction against London Stadium owners E20 to release information to an FA investigation about the Burnley crowd troubles. Brady explained to London Assembly members that initially E20 refused […]

East Stand to be renamed after West Ham legend

West Ham Vice Chairman Karren Brady has told the London Assembly budget monitoring committee that she has reached agreement with stadium owners London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) on a suite of disputes yesterday with CEO Lyn Garner before her appearance this afternoon at City Hall. Brady says the LLDC has now agreed that West Ham […]

Hope for Ginge as he trains with Championship outfit

New Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is taking a look at James Collins as he considers giving the 35 year old a second shot in the club’s claret and blue. Ginge is training with Villa this week as he continues to build towards full fitness following a hamstring problem. earlier in the month. Former Villa […]

Winston coming through his woes

Winston Reid is coming through after seven months on the sidelines and has spoken of his hopes for a first team return. The New Zealander, who fell awkwardly in the match against Swansea in March, has undergone surgery and hopes that the comeback is close. And speaking to www.whufc.com he said: “Everything is going well. […]

Moyes on the Hammers future that never was!

David Moyes has again spoken about his attitude towards West Ham and what may or may not have happened had he been offered a permanent job with the club. Moyes remains out of work following his stint at the London Stadium – surprising perhaps given the job he did at the Hammers in desperate circumstances. […]

Report: Hammers keen on Argentine international

The Irons are today reported as being ready to move in on Sevilla and newly-capped Argentina playmaker Franco Vazquez. TuttoMercatoWeb claims the No 10 could be heading to the London Stadium in January after being targeted by Manuel Pellegrini in the summer. Vazquez is a playmaker who can also fill in as a winger, striker or […]

Brady to tell West Ham’s side of the story

West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady will give evidence at City Hall at the London Assembly Budget Monitoring Sub-Committee this afternoon to tell West Ham’s side of the story with regards to the financial situation at the London Stadium. In late September senior executives from the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) appeared in front of the London Assembly […]

Yarmo plays his part

Andriy Yarmolenko played the full 90 minutes as Ukraine beat the Czech Republic 1-0 in the new UEFA Nations League. Playing in his 80th game for the country, he started on on the right wing as the Ukrainians edged out their League B Group 1 rivals at the OSK Metalist Stadion in Kharkiv – a […]