West Ham United Full Barclays Premier League Fixture List

Hammers kick off their final season at the Boleyn Ground with an away fixture against Arsenal and then TWO consecutive home matches against Leicester and newly promoted Bournemouth, the season ends with an away match against Stoke City. -Ed

Bilic Signs Three Year Deal!

Slaven Bilic has signed a three year deal to become West Ham United's 15th manager, replacing the unpopular but efficient Sam Allardyce. Bilic will have to get up to speed quickly, with player acquisitions and the impending Europa League matches foremost on his mind.

Bilic Must Be Boleyn Bound Now!

Following the news that West Ham United managerial target, Unai Emery, has signed a two year extension to remain Sevilla manager, Slaven Bilic appears to be the 'last man standing'. Quite how Bilic feels about having to wait as all the other high profile targets have rejected the post before being included in the frame himself is a matter of some conjecture, but suddenly, apparently, there are TWO other 'high' profile contenders on the agenda! But what does "high profile' mean? Do they do class 'A's at a lap dancing joint called the Agenda? Or are they the figment of a PR spin?

Runners And Riders In Hammers Manager Race

Here is a cross amalgam of betting odds for the next permanent West Ham United manager, interestingly David Moyes is still there in fourth despite claiming he is happy in Spain, which is of course where the two Davids currently are!!
Slaven Bilic 4/6 Unai Emery 8/1 Marcelo Bielsa 8/1 David Moyes 10/1 Eddie Howe 10/1 Steve McClaren 18/1 Roberto Di Matteo 20/1 Sean Dyche 20/1 Frank de Boer 20/1 Andre Villas Boas 25/1 Carlo Ancelotti 25/1 Paul Clement 25/1

The Org Is Back, Yeah Yeah, But Seriously!

Having had more come backs than Status Quo, www.westhamfans.org really is back. Leaner, meaner and on a new secure server with much greater speed and capacity, the site can now finally return to being the best West Ham forum in the world!
The Org will be developed over the coming weeks, just in time for the beginning of the Europa League competition.
Know an Orger? Let them know that their disfunctional rag tag family is back, you know it makes sense - Ed

Server Switch Over Notice

As you are aware we have been having extremely slow site speeds and an abundance of issues with the site, but I am pleased to announce that will come to an end this weekend! This Sunday at 4pm GMT, we will be performing several software updates and moving our servers. The move to the new server is required in order to keep The Org secure and up-to-date. We may be momentarily unavailable around the time of switch over.

I will post updates here as needed.

Once again I would like to say thank you to the Orgers for your on going support of the site.

- James

Europe Ahoy And Really Weird And Wild Mourinho Backing For Bilic

The season is going to start really early for the incoming manager of West Ham United, the club have just been declared top of the fair play league in England, and as such have obtained entry for a Europa League qualifying place along with Liverpool, Tottenham and either Aston Villa or Southampton. As fair play qualifiers Hammers will have to play their first match on July 2nd, in order to enter the competition 'proper' they will have to play a further three matches.

Newcastle United v West Ham United Team Sheets And Chat

Where is Mr West Ham Mark Noble?
Newcastle: Krul, Coloccini (c), Williamson, Sissoko, Anita, Cisse, Colback, Gutierrez, Janmaat, Riviere, Dummett
Subs: Taylor, De Jong, Gouffran, Perez, Ameobi, Cabella, Woodman

West Ham: Adrian, Reid, Cresswell, Nolan (c), Kouyate, Downing, Jenkinson, Cole, Song, Valencia, Burke
Subs: Tomkins, Jarvis, Nene, O'Brien, Amalfitano, Jaaskelainen, Lee

West Ham United v Everton FC Team Sheets And Live Chat

West Ham United: Adrian, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Downing, Noble (c), Jenkinson, Collins, Cole, Song, Valencia
Subs: Jaaskelainen, Jarvis, Nene, O'Brien, Amalfitano, Burke, Lee

Everton: Howard, Jagielka (c), Lukaku, McCarthy, Barry, Barkley, Osman, Coleman, Lennon, Stones, Galloway
Subs: Joel, McGeary, Kone, Mirallas, Naismith, Besic, Garbutt

Live chat to start at half time

Be Bold Board, Back Benitez, Biesla or Bilic But Not Houdini!

Following Sam Allardyce's rather strange press conference where he likened himself to Harry Houdini, there appears to be little doubt that he is a managerial 'dead man walking'. Much has been written about the current West Ham manager's style of play and questionable player recruitment, but the fact is that he has done the job he was asked to do.

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