- Thu Oct 5 11:43 PM
ARSENAL are ready to sell Theo Walcott
in January - and Southampton are looking to re-sign him.
- Thu Oct 5 3:48 PM
The Hammers were one of three sides set to back a new system where overseas TV money is part-distributed on the basis of league position
- Thu Oct 5 6:52 AM
A new TV deal would see a percentage of the global revenue divided based on league position but no vote was taken due to a lack of support
- Wed Oct 4 9:40 PM
A court heard on Wednesday that HM Revenue and Customs are investigating striker Ba’s transfer to Newcastle from West Ham
- Wed Oct 4 7:52 AM
The ex-Chelsea boss has been linked with a return to Stamford Bridge, along with possible jobs at Arsenal, Everton and West Ham following Bayern exit
- Tue Oct 3 10:37 PM
ARSENAL have told Theo Walcott
they will look to sell him in January unless his performances improve.
- Tue Oct 3 10:30 AM
The father of Simone Zaza admits his son made a massive mistake by joining West Ham in 2016, blaming the British weather and Slaven Bilic's tactics for the striker's miserable stay.
- Mon Oct 2 8:47 AM
Today’s fluff is dusty Perhaps because he’s a thrill-seeker who gets a buzz out of flirting with the sack, Ronald Koeman will turn to Andy Carroll
to transform Everton from a sorry stodgy mess into a high-energy total-footballing pressing machine. Because if one man personifies the words high-ene...
- Sun Oct 1 11:53 PM
PLUS: Slaven Bilic will get until the end of the season to prove he's the right man for West Ham
- Sun Oct 1 12:50 PM
admits he has not heard from Crystal Palace but is open to a move to the Premier League strugglers.
- Sun Oct 1 11:40 AM
The Hammers are determined to keep one of their most promising youngsters and give him a long-term deal
- Sun Oct 1 2:52 AM
Diafra Sakho, the man who tried to engineer a move to Rennes on the final day of the transfer window, lifted the pressure on Slaven Bilic when he settled a dreadful game in West Ham's favour in the 90th minute.
- Sun Oct 1 12:45 AM
WEST HAM bid to line up Carlo Ancelotti as Slaven Bilic’s replacement appears to be doomed to failure after he was offered £13 million a year to manage Chinese outfit Guanghzou Evergrande.
|I have told the players that we are sticking together, that we must stick our chests out and go again,
Moyes said after the game.
I have told the players that we are sticking together, that we must stick our chests out and go again,
Moyes said after the game.
As a supporter, you can't cross the line,
Moyes said. You know you can't come on the pitch and the players know they have to perform.
As a supporter you can't cross the line. You can't come on the pitch. That's the rule,