Irons Will Be 1st Prem Team With Fans


The long awaited return of fans to stadiums has been confirmed, albeit with a severe caveat! Fans can return to matches in extremely limited numbers after lockdown 2:0 ends on December the 2nd. Arsenal will be the first Premier League team to welcome back fans for their Europa League tie with Rapid Vienna next Thursday while West Ham will be the first to have fans at a Barclays Premier League game when they entertain Manchester United on December the 5th.

Prime Time To Watch Irons

The December list of televised games has just been released, and it appears those with an Amazon Prime membership will be quids in! Two of West Ham United's fixtures in December are being broadcast on Amazon Prime, which will come as a welcome relief to those who cannot stand the sound of Alan Smith's voice, and to a lesser extent the patronising tones of Glen Hoddle.

West Ham United: December Preview & Predictions

West Ham United face a hectic schedule in December as they strive to maintain a top 10 place in the Premier League this season.

Moyes To Rest Antonio For Villa-Foolish?


Having seen his team perform well, if not spectacularly, in the absence of 'star' forward Michail Antonio, Hammers manager David Moyes is only too aware that the season is not yet a quarter through, and that a long hard winter of congestive fixtures awaits.

Shades Of 86-87?

Sunday's away victory over Sheffield United was just as seminal as the 3-3 draw away to Tottenham, it showed a riseilient team that goes about it's business in a quietly confident manner. A team forged by David Moyes which is as much about his remption as it is for an underachiening squad finally being given the direction and motivation they sorely needed.

Live Sheffield v West Ham Line Ups

Sheffield: Ramsdale, Baldock, Basham, Egan, Ampadu, Lowe, Berge, Norwood, Fleck, McGoldrick, McBurnie Subs: Verrips, Lundstram, Burke, Jagielka, Robinson, Osborn, Brewster
West Ham: Fabianski, Coufal, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaku, Rice, Soucek, Bowen, Haller, Fornals Subs: Randolph, Benrahma, Lanzini, Snodgrass, Noble, Diop, Johnson

Sheffield Utd-The Blades In The Trap?

Long suffering Hammers supporters, old and young, are only too aware of their team's propensity of giving clubs below them a helping hand when it comes to 'breaking their duck', this 'act of genorosity' is usually preceeded on the back of a couple of decent results against 'top' opposition!

If football clubs are guilty of being previous offenders, then West Ham would rank highest or there abouts when it comes to repeatedly being gubbed by teams that the 'pundits' feel should have been easily dealt with, and you know, the annoying thing is that they are correct in their appraisal.

Antonio Positive

In these strange pandemic times, even the word positive has taken on negative connotations, but the 'positve' news emerging from the West Ham medical team, all of whom now have a family member 'held' in comfortable surroundings while David Moyes carries out his 'mole hunt', is that Michail Antonio will be fit to take part in Sunday's Barclays Premier League fixture against 'struggling' Sheffield United.

Takehiro Would Have Been A Great Fit For West Ham

With the club finding itself in the lower half of the table after eight games, the east-Londoners led by David Moyes don’t have a lot to be happy or sad about, but they know they need reinforcements. This fact has spurred both fans and bettors to be excited by the chance of Tomiyasu Takehiro joining the squad.

Curtain Closing For Yarmo And Snoddy

Although Hammers squad is still 'sketchy' in some areas, in others there are an abundance of players, particularly wing players. Blessed with the services available of Authur Masuaku, Jarrod Bowen, Pablo Fornals, Manu Lanzini and new signing Said Benrahma, David Moyes is spoiled for choice, he can also call upon the services of Nathan Holland who has recently returned to full fitness from a serious hamstring injury sustained whist out on loan last season.

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