Sell Out Or Sold Out Seat Mystery For Chelsea Match

A night under the lights with bubbles being sung at full chaff is a mighty experience, it stays with you all your life. Hammers move from the much beloved Boleyn Ground to the London Stadium has been fraught with problems but they seem to have been resolved more or less, and it is worth remembering that whilst the atmosphere at the Boleyn was incredible, less can be said for the 'facilities' provided for supporters which were spartan at the very least.

Missing Big Mich Could Be A Blessing In Disguise

Every cloud has a silver lining so the expression goes, and Michail Antonio's red card following two yellows picked up during the draw against Watford might just be a case in point. Antonio Conte's Chelsea are closing in on a title triumph in his debut season in England, and need just 29 points from their remaining 12 games to be sure of lifting the Premier League trophy, they are clear favourites and also highly tipped to get a result tonight.

Cassiobury Court Provides Help For Veterans In Need

West Ham United and those associated with the club have always supported The Armed forces and been generous with their donations to those who returned injured both mentally and physically from their tours of duty. Often the hardest step of all for those in need is the first one, recognising how bad things have become is extremely difficult especially, for a once fully fit and independent person. Sometimes leaving a regimented regime can be fraught with unforeseen difficulties and when a person hits rock bottom there have been precious few facilities to help.

Watford FC V West Ham United Confirmed Team Sheets & Links

Watford: Gomes, Janmaat, Kaboul, Britos, Holebas, Capoue,Behrami, Cleverley, Niang, Deeney, Zarate. Subs: Prodl, Success, Cathcart, Doucoure, Zuniga, Okaka, Arlauskis.
West Ham: Randolph, Kouyate, Fonte, Reid, Cresswell, Noble, Obiang, Feghouli, Snodgrass, Lanzini, Antonio. Subs: Adrian, Collins, Ayew, Byram, Masuaku, Calleri, Fernandes.

Apart From Being Ex-Hammers What Do Behrami & Zarate Have In Common?

Swiss midfielder Valon Behrami played 63 times for West Ham between August 2008 and January 2011, scoring five goals, while Argentine forward Mauro Zarate scored seven times in 29 appearances between August 2014 and January 2016. Both players were embraced by the 'Boleyn' faithful, Behrami for his non stop running and work rate while Zarate was admired for his ability to be spectacular.

Return Leg Of When It All Went Wrong For West Ham

Saturday's televised fixture against Watford in the Barclays Premier League represents an opportunity for West Ham United to erase the memory of "The match where it all went wrong". We of course refer to West Ham United versus Watford game at the London Stadium at the end of the summer, a chastening of a match that had started so unbelievably well yet ended in ignominy and despair. For thlrty odd minutes. odd being the operative word, West Ham played the best football seen in the claret& blue for at least thirty years, probably longer!

The Flying Physio Room. Part 71

Thursday 22 February…’Nam….Dagenham……07:43…mild weather, the scent of spring teasing in the air as the icy clutches of winter slip away, a distant memory…

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


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