Catastrophic Loss Could Have Massive Implications As Hammers Crash Out Of FA Cup

Like many Premier League managers David Moyes elected to make wholesale changes to his starting line up for the FA Cup match against Wigan, Premier League survival being the holy grail. He probably assumed that his team would have a battle on against a rampant and well drilled Wigan team and that they might even end up losing, but never in his worst nightmares could he have envisaged what eventually transpired at the DW Stadium.

Wigan Athletic v West Ham United FA Cup 4th Round Teamsheets

Shelvey To West Ham Sullivan Finally Hits Panic Button

West Ham co-owner and majority share holder David Sullivan was probably hoping for a relatively quiet and potentially prosperous January transfer window, however all of that has turned on it's head in recent days. The plan appeared to be sell on Carroll and Sakho possibly even Ayew and Hernandez as well, extra funds could be brought in and with one or two additions and full utilisation of the promising youngsters available there would be a team capable of avoiding relegation and even finishing up as high as 7th in the Premier League with a net spend of Zero!

Joao Mario First It Was On, Then It Was Off, Now It's Back On Again

Despite claims by and other websites along with several other media outlets, Joao Mario's loan move to West Ham United is still most definitely on! The finances of the deal have already been sorted out between the Hammer's hierarchy and those at Inter Milan, with the two clubs having a good relationship.

Joao Mario Deal, First It Was On, Then It Was Off, Now It's Back On Again

West Ham United v AFC Bournemouth Team Sheets

West Ham United: Adrian, Masuaku, Ogbonna, Collins, Zabaleta, Cresswell, Obiang, Kouyate, Noble, Lanzini, Arnautovic Subs: Hart, Hernandez, Byram, Martinez, Burke, Cullen, Rice
AFC Bournemouth: Begovic, Francis, Cook, Ake, Smith, Gosling, Cook, Daniels, Ibe, Wilson, Fraser Subs: Boruc, Surman, King, Stanislas, Mousset, Simpson, Taylor

Super £40 Million Mario To Join West Ham On Loan

Talks are at an advanced stage between West Ham United and Inter Milan for the loan signing of Joao Mario. The Portuguese international has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past, but is apparently not that keen on moving to the London Stadium. Since his £40 Million transfer from Sporting Lisbon 'Super Mario' has not had the game time that such a high transfer fee would suggest, he is currently out of favour with Inter manager Luciano Spalletti and has only made three starts and 15 appearances this season.

Some Bookies Have Stopped Taking Odds On Wilshire To West Ham

Frank Trimboli who is the managing director of Base Soccer Agency Ltd and a Registered Intermediary, is also Jack Wilshire's agent and he is not above planting rumours with the press, but his voice carries a lot of weight and after flirtations with Bournemouth and Crystal Palace he has put the word out that West Ham United might well be prepared to do business with his client.

West Ham United v Shrewsbury Town FA Cup 3rd Round Replay Team Sheets

West Ham United: Hart (c), Byram, Burke, Ogbonna, Oxford, Masuaku, Cullen, Obiang, Lanzini, Ayew, Martinez. Subs: Adrian, Zabaleta, Arnoutovic, Noble, Hakserbanovic, Samuelsen, Makasi
Shrewsbury Town: Henderson, Payne, Sadler, Nsiala, Beckles, Ogogo, Whalley, Nolan, C. Morris, Godfrey, Rodman. Subs: MacGillivray, Lowe, Dodds, Gnahoua, John-Lewis, B. Morris, Bolton

Bite Their Hands Off! Fans Reaction At Carroll To Chelsea News

It is generally considered that there are few if any good deals available in the January transfer window, especially if you are the club looking to buy! West Ham United's activities during last January's window are a prime example, Robert Snodgrass and Jose Fonte arrived costing £20 Million and on combined wages of £165,000 per week, their signings were disastrous and a complete waste of valuable funds.
Andy Carroll To Chelsea?

Wham Bam Thank You Man (U) - Terriers Taken To The Cleaners

Manuel Lanzini scored a brace of goals as he and 'Elbows' Arnoutovic, ably assisted by Hammers' captain Mark Noble, ran riot during the 4 - 1 victory away to fellow relegation strugglers Huddersfield Town. During the BBC's football focus broadcast from the John Smith's Stadium earlier in the day the Huddersfield players said that the defeat they suffered at the London Stadium earlier in the season was one of their worst performances and that West Ham would be shocked at how different Huddersfield would play when at their own ground, well they certainly were different!


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