So This Is Another New Striker For West Ham Utd Next Season

There are statistics and there are statistics, but whatever way you look at the numbers it is hard to conceal a 'serial' goal scorer, as they say form is temporary class is permanent! Therefore to any number crunching geek or punter who likes his 'stats', Jonathan Calleri looked like a smart loan signing from Boca Juniors, especially given his prolific rate of scoring top flight goals, but his impact at the London Stadium has been unexceptional.

West Ham United - The Season So Far

The 2016/2017 Premier League campaign has been a mixed bag for West Ham United so far. The Hammers did not kick off their season in style, but they sit in tenth place in the table after 25 games and it remains to be seen whether they are capable of booking their place in European competitions.
Ups and downs

Olivier Award For Worst Ref But He Sparked The Fire!

There is bad referring and bad refereeing but Michael Oliver really has put himself up for one of the worst referees that have 'adjudicated' at the London Stadium with his astonishing inept and possible bias against West Ham as he oversaw a catalogue of officials errors that included the allowing of a goal, however well took, that was clearly the result of a foul by a Baggies player, and the denial of a clear cut Feghouli goal that was mysteriously ruled off side, the situation aided and abetted by some spectacular dramatics by the well proven 'professionals' at the heart of the visitors de

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion Confirmed Teams

West Ham:Randolph, Kouyate, Fonte, Reid, Cresswell, Feghouli, Noble, Obiang, Snodgrass, Antonio, Lanzini. Subs: Nordtveit, Adrian, Collins, Byram, Fletcher, Calleri, Fernandes.
West Bromwich: Foster, Nyom, Dawson, McAuley, Brunt, Fletcher, Livermore, Phillips, Morrison, Chadli, Rondon. Subs: Olsson, Robson-Kanu, Yacob, Evans, Marc Wilson, Myhill, McClean.

West Ham Still Have Best Stadium Announcers

Since the move from the Boleyn Ground to the London Stadium there have been a few problems, most of which blown out of all proportion by media hounds and jealous supporters of other clubs less fortunate. The 'branding' of West Ham United London has been slick and efficient which is what is necessary to survive in the cut throat world of high end business supply, and whether you like it or not that is what the Barclays Premiership is all about now.

Southampton FC v West Ham United Confirmed Team Sheets

Southampton: Forster, Cedric, Stephens, Yoshida, Bertrand, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Davis, Boufal, Gabbiadini, Rodriguez. Subs: Clasie, Gardos, Long, Redmond, Hojbjerg, Taylor, McQueen.
West Ham: Randolph, Kouyate, Reid, Fonte, Antonio, Obiang, Noble, Cresswell, Feghouli, Carroll, Snodgrass. Subs: Lanzini, Adrian, Collins, Fletcher, Calleri, Fernandes, Quina.

Billic To Play Three At The Back

West Ham United have tried various systems during this less than remarkable season, some to good effect others not. It appears Slaven Billic will be forced in to playing three at the back due to the recurrence of a hamstring injury picked up by Sam Byram during the dreadful home defeat by Manchester City, a week ago this would have been very bad news indeed, however Cheik Kouyate having returned from the africa cup of nations is available, and not a moment too soon!

West Ham United v Manchester City Team Sheets

West Ham United: Randolph; Byram, Reid, Obiang, Cresswell; Noble, Fonte, Feghouli, Lanzini, Antonio; Carroll Subs: Adrian, Collins, Fletcher, Calleri, Fernandes, Snodgrass, Quina
Manchester City: Bravo, Zabaleta, Kompany, Kolarov, Clichy , Fernandinho, Sterling, De Bruyne , Silva, Sane, Aguero Subs: Caballero, Stones, others TBC ...

Are West Ham Putting All Their Eggs In One Basket (case)?

West Ham United have finally pulled out of signing Scott Hogan from Brentford, the asking price of £15 Million and a late bid from Aston Villa having put the mockers on the deal. It was a lot of money to ask for an injury prone and untried at the top level striker, West Ham are well experience in that area after all! Which inevitably brings up the question of why on transfer day the club are not looking to bolster their striking options?

Payet Departs Enculer Va Te Faire

The sordid saga that was of Dimitri Payet and his agent's making has finally and unedifyingly ground to it's inevitable conclusion, make no mistake the £25 Million Marseille have ended up paying for a player they 'tapped' up is an insult, but nowhere near the insult that Payet has inflicted on those who embraced and adored him in their thousands. Perhaps this over paid and currently over weight player might come down from his cloud and think about all the thousands of kids who had a Payet or number 27 shirt printed.


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