Home Is Where The Hart Is

Joe Hart returns to the club from where he started all those years ago and expects plenty of pelters from the home supporters of Shrewsbury, the BBC are going be there for what should be a good old fashioned FA Cup tie, unfortunately West Ham United are 'serial offenders' when it comes to losing against lower league opposition in cup competitions! Having already had his fingers burnt by Shrewsbury while he was manager at Everton, David Moyes will be on his guard in order to avoid a similar cup exit with the Hammers.

Brave Hart Or Silence Of The Lambs To The Slaughter?

Like it or not Under siege Joe Hart will start for West Ham against the team he began his career with, Shrewsbury Town, in this Sunday's FA Cup 3rd round televised on the Beeb, who are with no doubt hoping for a cup upset. Newly appointed Hammers manager David Moyes has declared his interest in 'winning' the FA Cup but has also honestly added the caveat that"staying in the Premier League" is the above all when it comes to football's configuration as it is perceived by long suffering supporters of the club.

Have West Ham Seen the Last of the Relegation Zone?

*It's fair to say that things were looking pretty bleak at the beginning of November, with West Ham deeply entrenched in a battle for survival at the foot of the Premier League table. Fast forward two months and the Hammers sit in 16th and whilst far from secure, they appear to have gained the belief and the momentum to keep them away from a return to the dreaded drop zone.

Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United Team Sheets

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Aurier, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Davies, Dier, Sissoko, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Kane. Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Lamela, Wanyama, Llorente, Dembele, Winks.
West Ham United: Adrian, Zabaleta, Ogbonna, Reid, Rice, Obiang, Kouyate, Masuaku, Lanzini, Noble, Chicarito. Subs: Hart, Carroll, Ayew, Haksabanovic, Martinez, Quina, Makasi.

Vile And Despicable No Room For Shame For West Ham Fan

Sometimes it's time to say enough is enough, even if it's to one of your augmented family, or as some would say "time to call a spade a spade", now this phrase, deliberately chosen, is extremely contentious as in most people's minds it is racist and yet was a turn of phrase used commonly in the past.

Great Win 'Papers Over Cracks' As Hammers Beat Baggies

All those hardy souls, including those from West Bromwich, who ventured out in appalling weather to see West Ham take on the Baggies were rewarded with a cagey but energetic relegation 'six pointer' that saw Hammers eventually run out 2 - 1 winners.

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion Team Sheets

West Ham United: Adrian, Cresswell, Reid, Ogbonna, Zabaleta, Kouyate, Lanzini, Obiang, Masuaku, Carroll. Arnautovic. Subs: Hart, Hernandez , Quina, Ayew, Noble, Rice, Haksabanovic.
West Bromwich Albion:Foster; Dawson, Hegazi, Evans, Gibbs; Livermore, ; Brunt, Phillips, Rodriguez; Robson-Kanu. Subs: Myhill, Nyom, McAuley, Yacob, McClean, Krychowiak, Burke.

Move For West Ham Supporting Newcastle Player Shelved

Hopes that West Ham United could persuade Rafa Benitez to sell them creative midfielder John Jo Shelvey have taken an almighty hit, the player who began his career with the Hammers as a youth player was part of the starting line up for Newcastle in their match against Stoke City.

It's Amazing How Original This Transfer News Is!

It's amazing how original the Mirror and countless others are, the day after we ran our Ayew in exchange for Mawson article the Mirror, The Cardiff Centennial and of course our old DDoS friends at C & H and a whole bunch of other sites all ran stories that were extremely similar, however none of them were actually able to name their source and that is because they couldn't!

Hammers To Swap Ayew For Mawson Good Bit Of Business

As the media hunker down in anticipation of the January transfer window opening we can confirm one 'snippet' that is 'from the horses mouth', namely that Hammers are trying to do a 'Good Bit Of Business' by arranging a swap deal with Swansea City involving returning Andre Ayew who they had previously purchased for £20 Million and getting £25 Million rated centre back Alfie Mawson in exchange.

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