Hammer Time As Blue Flag Inserted In Opposition's Proverbial

Now the dust has settled a little following West Ham United's vital victory over London rivals and last season's champions Chelsea, fans are beginning to believe in David Moyes' appointment as manager and in his ability to guide the club to Premier League safety.

West Ham United v Chelsea FC Team Sheets confirmed

West Ham: Adrian, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Obiang, Ogbonna, Reid, Antonio, Noble Masuaku, Lanzini. Arnautovic .Subs: Hart, Ayew, Sakho, Carroll, Hernandez, Rice
Chelsea: Courtois Azpilicueta Christensen Cahill Zappacosta Fabregas Kante Bakayoko Alonso E Hazard Morata Subs Caballero Rudiger Pedro Moses Willian Batshuayi Ampadu

Adrian Must Be The Keeper For Derby Clash With Chelsea

Barring catastrophic injury the vast majority of West Ham fans know exactly who should be in goal for the weekend London derby against Chelsea at the London Stadium, the man who performed so well against Manchester City Adrian San Miguel!

Potential Bananna Skin For Hammers In FA Cup 3rd Round

West Ham United have been drawn away from home to Shrewsbury Town in the 3rd round of the FA Cup. Shrewsbury have cup pedigree and could present a difficult challenge to David Moyes as he seeks to avoid the ignominy of an early FA Cup exit. During 2002 to 03 Shrewsbury enjoyed an FA Cup run, after dispatching non-league sides Stafford Rangers and Barrow, they won at home against Moyes' old team Everton in the third round in front of 7,800. Chelsea were the fourth round visitors, in a televised match on BBC's Match of the Day. Town lost 0–4, with Gianfranco Zola the man of the match.

Mancheter City v West Ham United Confirmed Team Sheets

Man City: Ederson, Walker, Mangala, Danilo, Otamendi, Delph, De Bruyne, Silva, Sterling, Aguero, Sane. Subs: Bravo, Kompany, Gundogan, Silva, Fernandinho, Jesus, Toure.
West Ham: Adrian, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Obiang, Ogbonna, Kouyate, Rice, Antonio, Fernandes, Masuaku, Lanzini. Subs: Trott, Arnautovic, Sakho, Ayew, Martinez, Quina, Johnson.

Khan Has Karen In His Sights

If you thought 'Tevez Gate' was damaging for West Ham United just wait until London Mayor Sadiq Khan gets stuck in! He has a dual agenda and not withstanding his undoubted desire to do his best for Londoners, one has to remember he wants to give former Mayor Boris Johnson a 'damn good kicking*', not only that but he has Lady Brady and the two David's firmly in his sights as he begins to unravel the complex and mind blowing finances involved in trying to turn Lord Coe's white elephant in to a stadium fit for purpose.

England Cannot Bank On Hart

It is easy to give West Ham United's on loan keeper Joe Hart plenty of stick at the moment as he has conceed more goals than a charity team looking to lose by as many goals as possible to please their sponsors who want to see goals goals goals, the problem is Joe Hart, currently on loan from Hammers opponents on Sunday Manchester City, is supposed to be playing for a Premier League team although recent performances have been more akin to those of a Pub team, and not a very good one at that!

An Ill Wind For Blowing Bubbles

As soon as Sam Allardyce turned up at Goodison Park ahead of Everton's annihilation of West Ham in this evening's match things started to look gloomy, he organised 'his' team by i phone, his principal wish being to re-instate Wayne Rooney in to Everton's starting line up, delving in to his meticulous player records he will have known just how much Rooney loves to score against West Ham, and Rooney duly obliged with a hat trick.

Everton FC v West Ham United Confirmed Team Sheets

Everton FC: Pickford, Williams, Martina, Kenny, Holgate, Gueye, Davies, Sigurdsson, Lennon, Rooney, Calvert-Lewin. Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Ramirez, Besic, Vlasic, Lookman, Baningime.
West Ham United: Hart, Reid, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Obiang, Masuaku, Ogbonna, Kouyate, Arnautovic, Lanzini, Ayew. Subs: Adrian, Sakho, Noble, Martinez, Antonio, Fernandes, Rice.

Everton FC v West Ham United Crucial To Win For All Parties

At the beginning of the season few supporters of either West Ham or Everton would have forseen tonight's televised match as a relegation battle 'six-pointer', never the less that is exactly what it is! The thought of relegation would probably have been further from the mind for Toffees fans who welcomed a new owner and new manager and plenty of money to the fold than for Hammers' fans, unfortunately for the former they sold big but brought even bigger in terms of finance but not of final product.

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