Murphy Provides NEW Teamtalk

Hot on the heels of Jose Mourinho's 'inspired' pre-match comments that helped fire the Irons up ahead of their victory over Tottenham, a club who currently languish in NINTH place, busted flush Danny Murphy has just provided another 'incentivised' article which should do just the trick.

Another One Gone Too Soon

Glenn Roeder sadly passed away today at the terribly young age of 65, he had been 'medically troubled' ever since having the need for surgery to deal with a brain tumour while he was the manager of West Ham. He returned to the dug out seven months later and endured torrid abiuse from the supporters of some visiting fans, they know who they are!

Moyes To Win 'Poisoned' Chalice?

Given the club's unexepected and relatively successful Barclays Premier League season, there are rumours that David Moyes will surely be a lead candidate for manager of the year. This may be sweet music to the ears of Hammers fans, but there are a couple of key issues that are lurking in the back ground.

Live Manchester v West Ham Line Ups

Manchester: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Stones, Zinchenko, Fernandinho (c), Gündogan, Mahrez, De Bruyne, Torres, Agüero Subs: Steffen (GK), Laporte, Mendy, Cancelo, Rodrigo, Foden, Bernardo Silva, Sterling, Jesus
West Ham: Randolph, Coufal, Diop, Dawson, Cresswell, Johnson, Rice (c), Soucek, Fornals, Lingard, Antonio Subs: Trott (GK), Martin (GK), Balbuena, Noble, Bowen, Lanzini, Benrahma, Odubeko

Hammers And The 49ers

Since taking over West Ham, or rescuing the club as they like it to be known, David Sullivan and the rest of the Hammers board have sanctioned the signing of NO less than 49 strikers!

There Are Porkies & There Are Press Porkies!

Having drunk the 'troubled West Ham' well dry, the media have consolidated their stance now on unsettling Hammers star Declan Rice by inventing claims that escalate on a daily basis from the outlandish, to straight out and out porkies, generated by mischievous writers who have had their collective noses put out of joint by the steady progress made by David Moyes's 'Boys of 21".

No Smoke Without Fire At The LS RE: Fans?

Firstly, before we get to the contentious issue as to whether the lack of fans at the incredibly ill-suited and unpopular London Stadium, has helped Hammers reach the lofty heights of a what is currently a genuine top four place in the Barclays Premier League, we have to mention that West Ham have accrued 21 points so far this season away from home, which included six victories!

What Planet Are Spurs Supporters On?

There's sour grapes, and then there are grapes that having been left too long become hallucinogenic, these must be the fruit being consumed by some Tottenham fans websites following their defeat at the hands of David Moyes's West Ham team last Sunday, a defaet that put them NINTH in the Barclays Premier League table, as opposed to West Ham in FOURTH position.

Here is a classic example of an 'in denial' comment from Spurs Web:

Pundit: Several Irons Players NOT Premier League Standard

Chris Sutton, never known for being backwards when it to comes to being forward, is rather impressed with the way David Moyes and his West Ham team have set about their business this season. So deep has his endorsement been, that he has questioned why Arsenal and Tottenham were unable to bring players like Tomas Soucek to their clubs.


Having finally woken up to the fact that those 'Cock'er'ney' upstarts can actually play good football and beat their supposed 'superiors', the Press have resorted back to their old "who is the latest bidder for Declan Rice?" chesnut, only the price has doubled now.

Firstly, there have been absolutely NO offers for Rice from ANYONE, secondly he doesn't look like a young man who is overly influenced by 'bling', of course he knows his value has rocketed, he would be pretty dumb if he didn't, but he has plenty of time and a whole career ahead of him.


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