West Ham United's interrupted Barclays Premier League season finally grinds to a halt on Sunday the 26th of July at the Bowl of Misery with a game against fellow relegation candidates Aston Villa, by which time one or both clubs will either sink or swim, their respective fates may well be out of their hands by then anyway!
With just seven games remaining of the restarted Barclays Premier League, many Hammers fans are starting to panic! Had it not been for other results going in the team's favour, the Irons would have been in the bottom three by now, as it is they are only surviving by the narrowest of goal differences.
West Ham United’s 19-year-old defender Jeremy Ngakia will leave the club at the end of the month after rejecting a “significantly improved” new contract, the club said on Thursday. Who knows what went on behind the scenes, the issues involved are rarely clear cut when it comes to a young player, nurtured by the club, leaving despite obviously being wanted. Is it David Moyes' management style? Although a bit of a dinosaur, he has always sought to promote youth players from within, so it is unlikely that is the reason, it is probably because he was 'tapped up' but in a 'legal' way.