Pyrrhic Victory Outcry As Hammers Cash In On Diangana

Without the possibility of selling season tickets at the full rate as opposed to the '30% option' that most fans have elected to take, the powers that be at West Ham United have come up with a 'cunning plan' to make up the difference, so cunning that it defies a 'normal' person's logic but never the less is 'totally' practicable.

Shame On Them-Diangana To 'Debag'!

Having only just recently published an article highlighting Hammers' recruitment issues and player retention, we find ourselves nonplussed by the proposed transfer of Grady Diangana to West Bromwich Albion for an initial fee as low as £12 Million! £12 Million for an England U-21 player who has already proven himself in the top flight is an absolute steal for Slaven Billic's Baggies, if anyone doubted how broke the Irons were then this transfer should focus their mind.

Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Rice, Diangana & Fornals

According to the Telegraph West Brom have had a bid of £12 Million for Grady Diangana accepted by West Ham United, more news to follow Normally, well at least for the last ten years, West Ham fans have become accustomed to the usual "We've backed the manager to the hilt, but in order to comply with FFP we are unable to fund any more acquisitions without player departures".

Moyes Targets Abraham

Trying to 'freshen up' a very stale and disproportionate squad with no additional funding is proving to be a thankless task for Hammers manager David Moyes, one 'target' after another seems to have been snatched away from the club as other teams, particularly the newly promoted ones, continue to 'blow' West Ham out of the water with their superior finances that they have available.

The Good The Bad & The Ugly-Irons v Bees

Hammers ran out 'unconvincing' 2-1 victors over Brentford FC at the London Stadium this afternoon, there was much to appreciate but also reasons to be concerned, essentially in the defensive areas, especially in both right and left back positions. Neither Aaron Cresswell, nor particularly Ryan Fredericks, covered themselves in glory in a performance that David Moyes had mixed thoughts about as can be noted during his post match interviews.

West Ham United v Brentford FC Teams For Friendly

West Ham: Fabianski, Fredericks, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Noble, Wilshere, Fornals, Yarmolenko, Diangana, Haller. Subs Randolph, Masuaku, Johnson, Cullen, Coventry, Soucek, Lanzini, Baptiste, Bowen, Anderson, Antonio.
Brentford: TBC

There Is A God-Roberto Leaves-Wilshere Might Follow

Rarely has there been such a sigh of collective relief by so many fans for so few, the prospect of Roberto Jiménez Gago's departure form West Ham, coupled with the prospect of Jack Wilshere being 'despatched' to the MLS has had many Irons supporters leaping for joy!

Player Power To Force Moyes' Hand Over Winger

We have heard via an old local radio Pal, that there has been a 'peer' representation made to David Moyes led by none other than club captain Mark Noble regarding the first team future of Hammers star in the making Grady Diangana.

Grady, Jarrod, Big Mick And Seb

There tends to be so much doom and gloom surrounding West Ham United these days, especially as the realisation that the much maligned co-owners spent way past their reserves and more some, resulting in a transfer budget of a fat zero! However if you scratch beneath the surface, the actual Hammers squad is the envy of many other teams who 'covet' several of it's players.

Irons Double Bubble

Before fans get too carried away by the results of today's unique tandem West Ham United friendlies, it should be remembered that the last time the club trounced all opposition before the start of a season the team ended up getting relegated. That said, it would be hard not to admit the joy of watching not one but two excelllent performances at the same time!


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