Swansea City FC v West Ham United Team Sheets And Links

Swansea: Fabianski, Rangel, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor, Britton, Cork, Ki, Sigurdsson, Ayew, Gomis.
Subs: Nordfeldt, Naughton, Amat, Shelvey, Barrow, Montero, Emnes.
West Ham: Adrian, Tomkins, Collins, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Noble, Song, Antonio, Kouyate, Zarate, Jelavic
Subs: Randolph, Jenkinson, Oxford, Cullen, Hendrie, Obiang, Valencia.

Would The Last One Out Please Close The Door Of The Treatment Room!

andy carroll crocked again

Well, it had to happen didn't it? While all others were dropping like flies around him, West Ham United's most expensive signing Andy Carroll seemed to thrive and NOT get injured, as he had previously done throughout his Hammer's career. However the striker who had recently been 'bigging up' his claim for a place in the England squad whilst at the same time 'trolling' Chelsea's now ousted manager Jose Mourinho, has succumbed to a slight niggle.

Allardyce's Sunderland Contemplate Massive Bid For James Tomkins

Informed rumour has it that Sam Allardyce's Sunderland are contemplating a massive £8.5 Million bid for West Ham defender James Tomkins when the January transfer window opens.

It Would Be Insane On The Membrane To Let The 'Ginger Pele' Go!

Ex - Hammers manager Sam Allardyce, now holding the reigns at Sunderland, has earmarked James Collins as a main signing when the January transfer window opens. Collins' contract expires at the end of the season , and as such West Ham might possibly recoup £2.5 Million at the absolute max in exchange for his services and think that it might be a good bit of business, in the short term!

Hammers Might Do Well To Pull Forward Lanzini Signing

Manuel Lanzini’s parent club Al Jazira have recruited former West Ham technical director Gianluca Nani as their new sports director, which could be a can of worms! There is plenty of bad blood between Nani and co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan, Nani was dismissed from his highly paid role at the club in a cloud of secrecy. Almost all of the deals that Nani oversaw were reversed as soon as possible when the two Davids took over, one or two of the deals were extremely suspicious to say the least!

Team Sheets For West Ham United v Stoke City

West Ham: Adrian, Tomkins, Ogbonna, Collins, Cresswell, Song, Zarate, Noble, Kouyate, Antonio, Carroll
Subs: Randolph,Valencia, Jenkinson, Obiang, Jelavic, Oxford, Cullen.
Stoke: Butland, Johnson, Shawcross, Wollscheid, Pieters, Whelan, Cameron, Afellay, van Ginkel, Arnautovic, Bojan
Subs: Bardsley, Joselu, Wilson, Adam, Diouf, Walters, Haugaard

We Told You So, Slaven Agrees About Chadwell

Finally common sense prevails, West Ham United manager Slaven Billic has seen the writing on the wall and confirmed what just about every West Ham fan on the planet already knew, Chadwell Heath is a training ground from the dark ages and that the club need to move their training to Rush Green, home of the development and youth teams! Based on real experience of the place, we can confirm that Chadwell is like a cast iron leaf spring compared to an adjustable carbon ceramic damper when it comes to location and facilities.

Has The Academy Become The Infirmary? Reid Out Until February

Just when West Ham fans were hoping for a festive respite from injuries, comes the news that saturday's man of the match against Manchester United, Winston Reid, is going to be unavailable to play until the beginning of February next year due to a hamstring injury sustained in training. It does beggar the question, what on earth are they doing during training? Have they invoked some anglo saxon gladiatorial challenge ethos whilst out on the already treacherous training pitches at Chadwell?

It Never Rains But Pours, Lanzini Out Until February!

Whether it could have been the running over of a black cat, the Old Gypsy curse or just plain bad luck, but West Ham United seem to be competing with Arsenal to see who can amass the most injuries to key players! It has been officially confirmed that Manuel Lanzini could be ruled out for up to six weeks with a quadriceps injury.

Wolves It Is Against The Irons 3rd Round FA Cup Draw

West Ham United have been drawn at home against Wolverhampton Wanderers for the 3rd round of the FA Cup

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