London Stadium Live West Ham Vs Norwich Team Sheets

West Ham: Fabiasnki, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Rice, Noble, Anderson, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Haller. Subs: Jimenez, Balbuena, Zabaleta, Snodgrass, Sanchez, Fornals, Ajeti.
Norwich: Krul, Aarons, Zimmermann, Godfrey, Lewis, Stierpermann, Trybull, Cantwell, Leitner, Buendia, Pukki. Subs: Fahrmann, Byram, Vranic, Drmic, McLean, Amadou, Tettey.

Javier Hernandez's exclusion from the match day squad virtually guarantees his departure to Sevilla- Ed

Too little, Too Late Hernandez Offer

It seems that West Ham United and Javier Hernandez are destined not to part company until the player has run the last year down on his incredibly lucrative £140,000 per week deal. Sevilla have been courting the Mexican striker all of the transfer window and were anticipating a cut price or even loan deal just ahead of the window closing on September the 3rd.

Manu Signs Up For 5 Year Stretch With Irons

Manuel Lanzini has put an end to recent media speculation by signing a new 5 year deal with West Ham United, the new deal on improved terms is believed to be worth £100,000 per week to the 26 year old player and will ensure he is contracted to play at the London Stadium until 2024/25.

Anxious Hammers Await Antonio Results

By lunch time today the West Ham United medical team will more than likely confirm a lengthy spell in the treatment room for Michail Antonio, just how long will be determined by a full scan today. Things are not looking too promising though, according to the vast majority of those who know and understand football injuries, the damage done to Antonio's hamstring could be really extensive.

Saunders In Glass Houses Shouldn't Throw Stones

There are few, if any, present day TV ex-football pundits that have been more acerbic with their comments about a football club, it's players, owners and supporters than Dean Saunders has been about West Ham United. In his BT Sport TV's capacity as match day pundit and in a similar role for Talk Sport radio, the ex Wales International footballer has relentlessly and arrogantly criticised the Irons.

*Pyrrhic Victory At Newport Could Leave Club Hamstrung!


Despite the attendance of Sky TV for what the Broadcaster hoped would be a giant killing, West Ham United emerged as fairly comfortable winners in the tricky Carabao Cup tie away to Newport County.

Report: Newport County Vs West Ham United Team Sheets

Newport: Townsend, Haynes, Howkins, O'Brien, McNamara, Willmott, Dolan, Sheehan, Amond, Whitely, Abrahams Subs: King, Leadbitter, Bennett, Collins, Maloney, Ekpiteta, Inniss
West Ham: Roberto, Zabaleta, Balbuena, Diop, Cresswell, Sanchez, Wishere, Fornals, Snodgrass, Antonio, Ajeti Subs: Fabianski, Johnson, Ogbonna, Coventry, Rice, Anderson, Haller

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Hammers Can't Be Plonkers At Rodney Parade

West Ham are the latest big team to brave Newport's Rodney Parade ground, the League Two side have been giant killers on more than one occasion. Manchester City eventually dispatched Mike Flynn's side in the fifth round of the FA Cup, but not before Leicester and Championship club Middlesbrough had been beaten in Wales.

Report: Fancy A Banana - Skin?

The cameras will be at Newport County's ground for a reason tomorrow evening, the Carabao cup fixture against West Ham will more than likely be the home team's match of the season, and is a potentially massive banana skin for the Barclays Premier League side to avoid. Having lost to Wimbledon if the FA Cup by fielding an under strength side, Manuel Pellegrini will have to make sensible decisions ahead of this match.

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