Sing La Marseillaise With Pride Tonight

England take on France at Wembley this evening, all decent minded human beings are being urged to sing La Marseillaise tonight.
Here are the words, belt them out loud! -Ed

La Marseillaise

Allons enfants de la Patrie (Arise, children of the Fatherland)

Le jour de gloire est arrivé! (The day of glory has arrived!)

Contre nous de la tyrannie (Against us tyranny's)

L'étendard sanglant est levé (Bloody banner is raised - repeat)

Entendez-vous dans les campagnes (Do you hear, in the countryside)

Everton Thuggery Pay(et)s Off!

Dimitri Payet has been ruled out for three months with ankle ligament damage, the France international suffered the injury to his left ankle after a horror tackle from Everton's James McCarthy in the first half of Saturday's 1-1 draw at the Boleyn Ground. Payet has been Hammer's main man since his £10.75 Million arrival from Marseille in the summer and will be sorely missed while he recovers from the surgery that he now requires.

West Ham United v Everton FC Team Sheets And Live Chat

West Ham United: 13 Adrián 12 Jenkinson 05 Tomkins 19 Reid 03 Cresswell 08 Kouyaté 16 Noble 28 Lanzini 27 Payet 20 Moses 09 Carroll Substitutes:01 Randolph 10 Zárate 11 E Valencia 39 Cullen 21 Ogbonna 26 Jelavic 30 Antonio
Everton FC: 24 Howard 23 Coleman 05 Stones 25 Funes Mori 32 Galloway 16 McCarthy 18 Barry 19 Deulofeu 20 Barkley 09 Koné 10 Lukaku Substitutes: 01 Robles 04 Gibson 11 Mirallas 12 Lennon 14 Naismith 21 Osman 30 Holgate

Hammers In The Pink

West Ham United have revealed their financial figures for the year, which while full of positives also confirms the absolute necessity of staying in the Barclays Premier League ahead of the move to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Karren Brady as much confirmed this in a press statement, and a closer look at the figures show just how much the board have pushed the boat out to ensure survival. All talk of reaching the Champions League will be put on hold until Hammers have reached the 40 points believed to be required. -Ed
The full accounts are here:

Sakho, Reid and Song Back To Face Toffees

Sakho, Reid and Song Back To Face Toffees

Watford FC v West Ham United Team Sheets Now!

Watford FC:01 Gomes 02 Nyom 15 Cathcart 03 Britos 16 Aké 23 Watson 29 Capoue 21 Anya 09 Deeney 22 Abdi 24 Ighalo Substitutes:05 Prödl 08 Behrami14 Paredes 17 Guédioura 19 Ibarbo 32 Diamanti 34 Arlauskis
West Ham United: 13 Adrián 12 Jenkinson 05 Tomkins 19 Collins 03 Cresswell 08 Kouyaté 16 Noble 28 Lanzini 27 Payet 20 Moses 09 Carroll Substitutes:01 Randolph 10 Zárate 11 E Valencia17 O'Brien 21 Ogbonna 26 Jelavic 30 Antonio

No Sakho!

Watford FC v West Ham United Team Sheets And Preview

Hammers take on the Hornets at Vicarage Road well aware that this fixture could have a 'sting in the tail'! West Ham fans of a certain age will remember 'high flying hammers' being brought down to earth by clubs placed well below them, particularly in Cup matches, Oldham, Luton and Mansfield spring painfully to mind. So this Barclay's Premier League fixture has banana skin written all over it, Watford worst scoring home record, West Ham best away record, in past times this would definitely end in a Hornets victory with Payet being sent off and Andy Carroll injured!

West Ham United v Chelsea FC Team Sheets

West Ham : Adrian, Jenkinson, Collins, Tomkins, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Zárate, Lanzini, Payet, Sakho. Subs: Randolph, Carroll, E Valencia, Obiang, Ogbonna, Jelavic, Antonio
Chelsea : Begovic, Zouma, Cahill, Terry , Azpilicueta, Matic, Ramires, Willian, Fàbregas, Hazard, Diego, Costa Subs: Baba, Oscar, Falcao, Mikel, Traore, Amelia, Loftus-Cheek

Michail Antonio It's His Time And It's Raining Strikers!

Victor Moses' unavailability to play against his parent club chelsea in this weekend's london derby against west ham, opens the door for Michail Antonio to make his full debut and show Hammers fans why the club shelled out over £7 Million for an as yet unproven winger/striker from second tier team Nottingham Forest.

Up Yours Lawro! Happy Hammers

When the BBC do their next fiscal revue, they might want to consider the validity of employing a certain Mark Lawrenson as one of their pundits. For an organisation that has a mission statement claiming complete impartiality, the BBC seem to have not got their own house in order, why else would they employ someone who has such a biased and single minded opinion?


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