West Ham United Vs Sheffield United Team Sheets

West Ham United: Roberto, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Diop, Balbuena, Rice, Noble, Yarmolenko, Snodgrass, Anderson, Haller
Subs: Martin, Lanzini, Sanchez, Fornals, Ogbonna, Fredericks, Ajeti

Sheffield United: Henderson, Basham, Egan, O’Connell, Baldock, Lundstram, Norwood, Fleck, Stevens, McGoldrick, Robinson
Subs: Moore, Freeman, McBurnie, Sharp, Jagielka, Mousett, Besic

Big Name Dropped For Blades Clash

West Ham United have spent relatively big on 'style' players, when they are on song they are a joy to behold, however in the Barclays Premier league there is no place to hide, and flair players often find it hard to adapt to the cut and thrust of the game. This scenario is currently affecting Manuel Pellegrini's team, the player who has 'suffered' most is Pablo Fornals although Felipe Anderson has also come in for a lot of criticism, most of it entirely unfounded!

Four West Ham Players Who Need To Step Up

The Hammers haven’t quite been able to stamp their authority during this season of the Barclays Premier League. Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham stand 11th after nine games (3 wins, 3 losses, and as many draws). An emphatic victory against Manchester United has been a major highlight of the 2019-20 Premier League season for the Hammers.
A 5-0 thrashing at the hands of the defending champions ended up ruffling their feathers. Thus far, it has been a season of mixed fortunes for West Ham, but it can be said that supporters and enthusiasts have been right behind the team.

Taking A Closer Look At The Irons

West Ham United had a largely forgettable time last year. They stood 10th in the Premier League with 15 wins, seven draws, and 16 defeats. The Hammers showcase their brilliance in patches but lacked consistency and purpose. A thumping 8-0 victory against Macclesfield Town in September last year was a major highlight for the fans and supporters of the club.

Five Ways You Can Enjoy Sport Even More

For a West Ham fan, there’s nothing like attending a live game and watching your favourite team
play, cheering them on and grabbing a huge portion of the unique atmosphere that comes with a
football game. That being said, if there’s ever a time you can’t attend an all-important game, or if
you’re looking to enjoy your sport in different ways between big games, here’s how.

1.Try Live Streaming

What Happened To Winnie? Reid Absent Again!


Following Saturday's debacle against Everton one player who was just looking to get out on the pitch was the club's forgotten man, Winston Reid.

'Winny' was scheduled a run out with the U23's last night as he hadn't played competitive football for nearly two years. Alas it was not to be, and on the face of it is highly unlikely he will ever return to the first team, let alone become the fearsome warrior defender that he was.

'Brutal' Pellegrini Blasts Players And So He Should

West Ham United manager, Manuel Pellegrini, known as The Engineer or This Charming Man, didn't want to build any bridges or be charming as he lambasted his under performing players following their 2-0 surrender to Everton.

Team Sheets Everton FC Vs West Ham United-Toffees Hoping For A Silva Lining

Everton FC: Pickford, Sidibe, Keane, Mina, Digne, Davies, Gomes, Walcott, Iwobi, Bernard, Richarlison. Subs: Lossl, Holgate, Baines, Calvert-Lewin, Sigurdsson, Kean, Baningime.
West Ham United: Jimenez, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Noble, Rice, Anderson, Fornals, Lanzini, Haller. Subs: Martin, Balbuena, Zabaleta, Yarmolenko, Snodgrass, Wilshere, Ajeti.

Taxi For Rice! Hilarious Noble Prank

As a prime exponent of 'pranking' other players, it was inevitable that Mr Prank It', AKA West Ham United captain Mark Noble, would be the instigator of a well organised prank carried out on youngster Declan Rice, lo and behold that is exactly what happened while the players were attending a photo shoot.

Yarmo Plays A Blinder Snoddy Quits

Andriy Yarmolenko scored one of the two goals that defeated Portugal, ensuring the Ukraine progress to the next round of the Euro's. His 27th minute strike means that he averages just about a goal in every two games for his country, not a bad return for a player who is not an out and out striker is it?

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