Up Yours Lawro! Happy Hammers

When the BBC do their next fiscal revue, they might want to consider the validity of employing a certain Mark Lawrenson as one of their pundits. For an organisation that has a mission statement claiming complete impartiality, the BBC seem to have not got their own house in order, why else would they employ someone who has such a biased and single minded opinion?

Crystal Palace FC v West Ham United Team Sheets

Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Kelly, Hangeland, Dann, Souare, McArthur, Cabaye, Bolasie, Zaha, Puncheon, Gayle. Subs: Bamford, Campbell McCarthy Jedinak Sako Delaney Ledley
West Ham : Adrian, Jenkinson, Collins, Tomkins, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Moses, Lanzini, Payet, Sakho. Subs: Randolph, Carroll, Zárate, E Valencia, Obiang, Ogbonna, Jelavic

When Did Hammers Last Have Such A Strong Squad?

Ahead of this weekend's Barclay's Premier League 'top six' clash against fellow Londoners Crystal Palace, West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has been handed a boost and a headache, with virtually a full squad to select from! When was the last time Hammer's have been able to name FOUR top strikers in their squad? Andy Carroll and Enner Valencia have joined Diara Sakho and Mauro Zarate to complete a formidable forward line up, one which will be aided and abetted by the electric dynamism of Dimitri Payet and Manuel Lanzini.

Allardyce Joins Sunderland, Will Andy Carroll Be His First Target?

Big Sam has joined Sunderland as their manager for the next two years, not as head coach, and as such he and a certain Mr Curtis will have full control on player signings. With this situation in mind, what are the odds against Big Sam putting a bid in for the Poney Tailed One during the January transfer window?

Morgan, A Suitable Case For Treatment

Midfielder Morgan Amalfitano has left West Ham United by mutual consent after 'intractable difficulties with Slaven Bilic. The 30 yr old Frenchman, left Marseille after a similar falling out a year ago before joining the Irons, Amalfatino had recently signed a new two year contract with the Club in March, He made 28 appearances last season, and four this July in the Europa League.

Sunderland AFC v West Ham United Team Sheets And Chat

Sunderland:01 Pantilimon, 24 Yedlin, 16 O'Shea, 22 Coates, 02 Jones, 06 Cattermole, 21 M'Vila, 17 Lens, 20 Toivonen, 09 Borini ,26 Fletcher Subs: 03 van Aanholt, 05 Brown, 07 Larsson, 08 Rodwell, 14 Jordi Gómez, 18 Defoe, 25 Mannone
West Ham United: 13 Adrián, 12 Jenkinson, 02 Reid, 05 Tomkins, 03 Cresswell, 08 Kouyaté, 16 Noble, 28 Lanzini, 27 Payet, 20 Moses, 15 Sakho, Subs: 01 Randolph, 10 Zárate, 14 Obiang, 19 Collins, 26 Jelavic, 30 Antonio, 35 Oxford

Is Slaven Billic About To Become The New Mourinho? The Special One!

It is strange how fiction can become fact and visa versa, but some time ago, on the 26th of May 2015, we published an article, see below http://www.westhamfans.org/content/europe-ahoy-and-really-weird-and-wild..., featuring an after hours chat with Chelsea's 'the special one' Jose Mourinho, which admittedly might have initially been a bit of a spoof due to the dubious nature of it's source, relating to the impending appointment of Slaven Billic as West Ham United's new manager.

West Ham United v Norwich City Team Sheets And Bits

West Ham United: 13 Adrián 12 Jenkinson 05 Tomkins 02 Reid 3 Cresswell 16 Noble 08 Kouyaté 28 Lanzini 27 Payet 20 Moses 15 Sakho Subs: 01 Randolph 09 Carroll 10 Zárate 14 Obiang 26 Jelavic 30 Antonio 19 Collins
Norwich City: 01 Ruddy 02 Whittaker 05 Martin 06 Bassong 23 Olsson 08 Howson 27 Tettey 18 Dorrans 14 Hoolahan 12 Brady 10 Jerome Subs:03 Wisdom 07 Grabban 09 Mbokani Bezua 13 Rudd 22 Redmond 24 R Bennett 28 O'Neil
Ref: Mike Dean

West Hams Flying Physio Room…Part 80 It's Back! At Last!

West Hams Flying Physio Room…Part 80
Friday 25 September 2015…..09:21.....A spring in the step, a kick in the balls. It’s all in the mind
Slav leaned back and emitted a guttural growl. The hours he’d put in recently would put a rundown NHS doctor to shame. The 7th earing on his left ear jangled against the 6th and 8th.

No Matter How Viewed Cup Exit Was Disappointing, Or Was It?

Hammers exit from the League Cup (using it's proper name) was on the face of it extremely disappointing, however the early exit may have some benefit. In previous seasons West Ham United have progressed through the early rounds with ease, only to run out of steam towards the final. During each of the cup runs, the club earned extra revenue and the fans got the chance to see the odd glimmer of hope, but the eventuality was the squad was stretched to the limit with injuries and suspensions taking their toll leading to a dip in League form.


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