£2,394 Business Class Return To Chile Or Rivals Season Ticket?

£2,394 buys you an Airfrance business class return ticket from London Heathrow to Chile, it is also around the price of a cheap season ticket to attend matches at the Emirates and to not be able to attend them at Tottenham's as yet unfinished White Hart Lane ground redevelopment. Both Tottenham and Arsenal have struggled fo finance their new stadia, with the result being eye watering ticket prices in order to offset the investment, West Ham on the other hand do not need to, the result being that Hammers are able to offer season tickets that don't require a mortgage!

Everyone Is Pitching In To LLDC And Hammers Dispute!

All hell has broken loose as the LLDC has gone on the offensive gainst West Ham over the White Elephant that is the London Stadium. The very fact that it is still called the London Stadium hints towards rather inefficient guidance from those in control of the LLDC and E20 the company that is the 'figure head' of the 'beast'.

Numbed And Dumbed Hammers Out Thought & Out Fought!

It has taken four days in order to be able to review the events of last Saturday with a clear mind, the day started well enough, there was a carnival atmosphere in the Olympic Park and along the canal banks where people picniced or were enjoying a drink or two either on the canal banks or on the floating barges. The sun was shining and all was set for a good day out, the previous three defeats Hammers had experienced were just a blip and put down to the fact that the players were just getting to know each other.

West Ham v Wolves Team Sheets

West Ham: Fabianski, Cresswell, Diop, Balbuena, Fredericks, Sanchez, Anderson, Wilshere, Antonio , Snodgrass, Arnoutovic
Subs: Adrian, Obiang, Chicharito, Yarmolenko, Rice, Noble ,Rice ,Zabaleta

Wolves: Patrício, Bennett, Coady ,Boly, Doherty, Moutinho, Neves, Castro, Hélder, Jota, Jiménez Subs: Gibbs-White Ruddy, Saïss, Vinagre, Hause, Bonatini,Traoré.

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Macclesfield It Is For Hammers In Carabao Cup

Hammers have been drawn against League 2 Macclesfield in the 3rd round of the Carabao Cup, sorry but we have to call it the Elk Cup. The match to be played at the london Stadium will be scheduled at a date as yet to be confirmed, the fixtures will be played during the week commencing the 24th of September.

Could have been worse!

U-23 Team Culled Further As Promising Youngster Joins Charlton

The clean sweep of players at West Ham has continued with the announcement that Josh Cullen is joining EFL League One club Charlton Athletic on a season's loan. Manuel Pellegrini is said to rate The Republic of Ireland U21 captain very highly but feels his progress would be better served by going out on loan where he will link up with former West Ham United player and current Charlton manager Lee Bowyer and his former Hammers teammate Lewis Page at The Valley.

Arnie Back To Face 'Wolves At The Door'

Hammers fans will be relieved to hear the good news coming out of the Rush Green training ground with regards to the fitness of 'main man' Marko Arnoutovic, the striker pulled up short during the 3-1 loss at the Emirates and was taken off as a precautionary measure, the fact that West Ham's performance dipped markedly after his withdrawal has not gone unnoticed. It is therefore good news for Manuel Pellegrini as he looks to get his first points as Hammers manager in the bag as his team take on newly promoted and highly fancied Wolves at the London Stadium.

No No To Ya Ya Thank Heavens As He's Off To Olympiakos

Ya Ya Toure's agent revealed on Tuesday night that the former Manchester City midfielder had passed a medical in London, inferring he was heading for a club in the capital as an 'out of contract' signing. His agent also took a swipe at West Ham and Fulham by saying that his client wouldn't drop down to the 'level' of either club!

Issa Diop's Redemption In Hammers 3-1 Win Against Dons

Manuel Pellegrini was a happy and to some extent a relieved man as he saw his West Ham team overcome a stalwart and obdurate AFC Wimbledon side in a tense 2nd round Elk Cup tie, the relief element being the fact that Hammers conceded Wimbledon's goal from a set play within the first ninety seconds of the game. Even after going down to ten men the Don's didn't make it easy for their Premier League opponents in any way shape or form, some of their physical nature would not have been tolerated within the safe confines of the 'upper echelon' but this was a full blooded cup tie.


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