Suddenly Renewing Your Season Ticket Wasn't Such A Bad Idea

Many West Ham fans were dubious about renewing their season tickets following the debacle of last season, everything that could go wrong did and a few more things that shouldn't have did! Rubbish performances, dodgy stadium and a seemingly inept greedy board.

Yarmo Be There Andriy Yarmolenko To Be Announced As A Hammer

Andriy Yarmolenko is set to have his move to West Ham United from Borussia Dortmund rubber stamped following the first part of his medical at Hammers' Swiss training camp, the deal although agreed in principal is thought to rely on a second mandatory medical back in the UK to comply with various FA and insurance policies. The initial fee will be in excess of £17 Million rising to as much as £23 Million with performance and appearance add ons.

Durham Shut Your Mouth & Deano You Should Know Better

Harry Redknapp was quick to 'rubbish' Adrain Durham's negative diatribe regarding Jack Wilshere signing for West Ham, agent provocateur Durham, as he would like to be thought of, or big mouthed wind up merchant that he actually is, did his absolute upmost to suck any positivity out of the transfer news. Old'Arry on the other hand was of the opinion that it is a fantastic move for the player and the club, he also took umbrage at Durham referencing West Ham as a 'small' club citing the massive attendances at the London Stadium.

West Ham Spend Spend Spend-The Numbers Don't Add Up!

These are exciting times at the London Stadium, or Bad Ragaz to be precise, many West Ham fans are in disbelief that the club have not only acquired an attack minded world class manager but are also 'splashing the cash' in order to bring in the sort of 'top class' players that fans had been promised would arrive once the club had left the Boleyn Ground, this was part of the master plan to take the club to the 'next level'. So why the sudden change and where is the money coming from?

Where There's A Will There's A Way Sheer-Delight As Jack Joins

Having completed what has been described as 'one of the most comprehensive medicals ever seen for a footballer', Jack Wilshere will finally be unveiled as a West Ham United player today. The paper work has been completed and the promo video has already been filmed, the official confirmation had been delayed until monday in order to maximise publicity as it was thought that the news would get lost due to a certain football match involving England!

West Ham Would Be Dim To Bring Back Payet

It was almost inevitable that at some point rumours of a Dimitri Payet return to West Ham from Marseille would surface, the only surprse being that they have happened so quickly. Of course given the nature of the 31 year olds departure from the London Stadium the thoughts of him returning seem like wishful thinking, but hey this is the crazy world of top class players being paid a fortune with absolutley no concept or desire to show loyalty for even the shortest of periods to the clubs they sign for.

Candreva Or Wilshere Or Both To Join Pellegrini's Revolution

As we reported back on the 6th of June, Jack Wilshere's move away from Arsenal to West Ham United has been sanctioned by Manuel Pellegrini, and now that head of recruitment Mario Husillos has rubber stamped the deal there is just a bit of toing and froing connected to performance related payments to iron out.

Husillos Makes Cheeky Bid For João Mário From Inter

New Hammers' head of player recruitment Mario Husillos had several key issues to address on taking over at The London Stadium, namely to sort out the Felipe Anderson saga which seems to have dragged on since the beginning of time and to fill the deep hole left by Manuel Lanzini's long term injury sustained while training with The Argentine national side.

All Quiet On The West Ham Front As Fans Await The 'Huse'

In the past and some would say probably in the future, West Ham United transfer activity has been played out in the media with a distinct 'groundhog' day feel to it and all it's surrounding shenanigans. Smoke and mirrors have provided the back drop to the 'could have, should have and would have' declarations about potential targets with 'apparent' interest in just about every top player there is, only for the club to 'pipped at the post' by a club offering realistic terms instead of bargain basement insult deals.

One Giant In One Giant Out For Hammers

Reece Oxford could be returning to Germany at the beginning of the season, but this time on a permanent basis with Borussia Monchengladbach defender Jannik Vestergaard moving in the opposite direction. The 6'5'' Dane has attracted interest from both Everton and Southampton, and at 25 years of age is in his prime. Vestergaard appeared 34 times across all competitions scoring three goals in the process for Monchengladbach, but was unable to get in to the Danish national team at the FIFA World Cup in Russia.

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