Tottingam's 'Pack' To Avoid Censure?

The frustration at their team's shortcomings boiled over during Tottingham's game against West Ham at the London Dome, all of this being most apparent when their fans tried to go on a rampage even before they were beaten. There has been plenty of media coverage showing the incident, one that was probably perpetrated by the 'fans' we mentioned in our previous article, most of which were pissed, or well on their way!

Little Tiger v Big Oaf Fornals & Romero

There were many 'strange' incidents during Hammers hard earned victory over London's third placed team Tottingham, some were more annoying than others! The incident that is already all over 'soshall' media was Romero's tackle of fellow spanish speaking Pablo Fornals, having clearly swiped Fornals' feet from under him, Romero then had the temerity to lean over the stricken player and accuse him of feigning injury.

A Look Back at Slaven Bilic’s First Season

The footballing year 2015/16 was a watershed twelve months for the Premier League, a year that represented the final moments of the title deadlock held by Chelsea, Manchester United, and Manchester City since Arsenal lifted the cup in 2003/04. That’s twelve seasons with just three teams in the running for the title. The sudden challenge and eventual victory of Leicester City the following year is something now firmly etched in football legend.

Won Ugly-But Top Teams Do!

On the overground once it had picked up the Tottingham contingent, a group of their fans enjoyed 'rioutsly' singing their mainly borrowed songs. However one of their 'originals' was interesting in that they were singing how much they hate Man City, Liverpool AND West Ham!

Live West Ham v Tottenham Line Ups

West Ham: Fabiański, Johnson, Zouma, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice (c), Souček, Bowen, Benrahma, Fornals, Antonio
Subs: Areola (GK), Ashby, Masuaku, Dawson, Diop, Noble, Lanzini, Vlašić, Yarmolenko

Tottenham: Lloris, Emerson Royal, Dier, Romero, Reguilón, Højbjerg, Skipp, Lucas Moura, Ndombele, Son, Kane
Subs: Gollini (GK), Tanganga, Davies, Sánchez, Rodon, Alli, Lo Celso, Bergwijn, Gil

Hammers Home Hoodoo Hope

Statistics are always subject to interpretation and in West Ham's case they are indeed confusing when examined. David Moyes side currently have the best joint away record in the Barclays Premier League, have won all their Europa League games handsomely and top their group, but the elephant in the room is the team's home form in the League.

Issa Gonna Be 'Aller Tout Droit'

Last night's comprehensive UEFA Europa League cup victory over Genk gave fans a further glimpse of two thirds of West Ham's back line French triumvirate that could be in place for years to come, as Alphonse Areola kept a clean sheet behind a defence superbly marshalled by Issa Diop, and 'Les' Dawson. Diop is now showing signs that he is rekindling the stunning form he showed when he first arrived at the London Bowl!

Live West Ham v Genk Line Ups

West Ham: Areola, Johnson, Dawson, Diop, Cresswell, Rice (c), Souček, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Vlašić, Bowen
Subs: Fabianski, Randolph, Fredericks, Ashby, Masuaku, Zouma, Ogbonna, Noble, Fornals, Chesters, Benrahma

Genk: Vandevoordt, Preciado, Cuesta, Lucumi, Arteaga, Heynen (c), Thorstvedt, Hrosovsky, Ito, Bongonda, Onuachu
Subs: Chambaere (GK), Leysen (GK), McKenzie, Sadick, Tresor, Toma, Geusens, Eiting, Ugbo, Oyen, Paintsil, Nemeth

£10.8 Million For Antonio? Try Adding A Zero!

The valuation of professional football players has always been a bit of a mystery, none more so than in the case of West Ham's Michail Antonio. According to transfer market Antonio is valued at £10.8 Million, at that price Hammers should snap him up!

Moyes To Tread Fine Line Tonight

Hammers fans have historically dreamt of having the sort of 'fixture congestion issues' that now face the club, not since the halcyon days of 1964-1966 has the club been actively pursuing success on FOUR different fronts! Of course with achievement comes responsibility, that particular burden rests on the shoulders of David Moyes who, much like the club, is enjoying an invigorating renaissance at the London Bowl despite operating with a metaphorical hand tied behind his back due to the chronic lack of funding at his disposal.

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