With the Jesse Lingard saga now finally at a close following confirmation of his move from Manchester United to newly promoted Nottingham Forest, all West Ham United fans are probably breathing a sign of relief given the 29-year-old had already twice rejected permanent moves to the London Stadium following his short loan spell with us previously – at least now we can focus on players who want to be here as we continue our preparations for the coming 2022/23 Premier League campaign.
by Steve Wells
A lot of prestige is placed on UEFA’s three annual tournaments, both for earning a spot in the competition and, of course, winning it. The glory that comes from winning the Champions League can be just as great as winning the Premier League, and it’s often treated as such by fans and the media.
West Ham will enter a critical 14 days once club football resumes after the international break.
It was written in the stars, wasn’t it? West Ham United looked to have done enough to earn a share of the spoils against Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United, but for the last-minute interventions of former loanee Jesse Lingard.
Mark Noble has made it clear that Mickey Antonio’s welfare has to remain a top priority at West Ham.
Wales captured the hearts of football fans across Europe with their run to the semi-finals during the Euro 2016 tournament. Five years on, they’re back and once again ready to upset the applecart.
By John Gallagher