The Devil Is In The Detail As Khan Admits E20 Not West Ham Liable

After delaying the meeting for months, London mayor Sadiq Khan finally sat down with Lady Brady to discuss the impasse that is the London Stadium and the commensurate financial fall out that is grabbing the headlines. The prime detail to initially emerge is that E20 the company who 'manage' the London Stadium are liable for all the staffing costs, not West Ham United. As Hammers pay 'only' £2.5 Million per year in 'rent' most observers feel the club negotiated too good a deal and that the long suffering tax payer is footing the bill for Hammers' swish rented accommodation in Stratford.

It Never Rains But It Pours For Hammers As Lanzini Injured

Having been eulogised by none other than the incredible talent that is Lionel Messi, Manuel Lanzini scored for Argentina and looked to be having a great game until he pulled up with what was thought to be a thigh strain although later it was revealed that it could be Lanzini's troublesome hamstring that was the culprit, either way the news was met with a heavy heart by manager David Moyes as he tries to steer West Ham away from the relegation battle they have become mired in as a

City Hall Fire First Salvo Ahead Of Stadium Talks With West Ham

In an unprecedented statement released through City Hall, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has laid out his 'battle plan' ahead of finally meeting up with representatives of West Ham United to discuss where to go with the London Stadium impasse. Stage one will be the sub committee questioning of David Edmonds CBE, former Chairman, LLDC and Neale Coleman CBE, former Deputy Chairman, LLDC. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, 21 March from 2:00pm in The Chamber (The Queen’s Walk, London SE1),

London Stadium Conspiracy Emerges Amid Take Over Rumours

The 'spontaneous' pitch invasion at The London Stadium during the ill fated 3 - 0 defeat to Burnley initially appeared to be a boiling over of emotions following the thwarted March in March, however it now seems that there was more than an element of organisation particularly with regards to the 'siege' of the directors box.

Mason's Report Will Lead To The FA Giving West Ham A Kicking

The Football Association said it would be seeking observations from West Ham as well as awaiting the match referee Lee Mason's report before considering what action to take, but with The Premier League joining in the condemnation of events it will only be a matter of time before 'firm action' is taken by the FA.

Ugly Scenes At The Ironic Stadium As Fans Protest And West Ham Lose

The packed London (ironic not iconic) Stadium crowd expected their team to put a shift in, and during the first half they did despite Joe Hart looking like a rabbit stuck in the headlights. His selection raised more than a few eyebrows and his name was met with boos when the team was read out, he looked hopelessly lacking in confidence, and that feeling spread, firstly among the crowd but as time wore on it got to his team mates as well.

West Ham United v Burnley FC Team Sheets

West Ham.Hart Zabaleta Ogbonna Collins Cresswell Mario Noble Kouyate Antonio Lanzini Arnoutovic. Subs Adrian Burke Rice Hernandez Cullen Hugill Browne Evra.
Burnley. Pope lowton tarkowskimee ward lennon cork westwood berg hendrick barnes

Doomed-Fans Cannot Believe Moyes' Decision To Axe Adrian

Fans are aghast that David Moyes has chosen what is probably the most important game of the season to replace goal keeper Adrian San Miguel with England flop Joe Hart, admittedly Adrian has conceded four goals in each of his last two games.

Mason Refereeing Is The Last Thing West Ham Need

It seems that every match preview over the last few months has hinted at 'six pointer' status, this Saturday's match (Yes that rarity of a home match on Saturday kicking off at 3pm) against Burnley is not a six pointer on account of the fact that Burnley are so much further up the table that they are realistically unreachable even at this stage of the season.

Hammers Could Be Relegated By Phlegm

Authur Masuaku's six match ban for spitting at an opponent should have been the least of the club's worries, but if West Ham United continue their downward Premier League spiral Masuaku's dismissal will be increasingly significant, the club has embarked on a series of terrible results akin to the last days of Slaven Billic, it appears that Mauaku's massive influence on the team's fortunes was grossly under estimated when trying to fill his boots.


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