- Tue Mar 6 1:04 PM
The Hammers' finances for 2016-17 - their first season at their new home in Stratford - show they managed to make a record profit of £43million. But there was a standout line in the accounts.
- Sat Mar 3 10:36 AM
West Ham are hoping to tie down Manuel Lanzini to a new deal to warn off interest from Liverpool FC, according to reports. The Evening Standard is reporting that the Hammers are hoping to hand the Argentina international a new contract in an attempt to secure Lanzini’s future. The same article st...
- Fri Mar 2 1:10 PM
It was reported this week that, although the club's owners David Sullivan and David Gold want Moyes to stay on as manager beyond the end of the season, he is yet to make up his mind.
- Fri Mar 2 12:58 PM
David Moyes maintains there will be no contract discussions for himself or his players until West Ham are safe.
- Fri Mar 2 11:38 AM
DAVID MOYES says contract talks with Manuel Lanzini have not opened despite mounting speculation surrounding the West Ham star.
London Evening Standard
- Fri Mar 2 9:21 AM
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- Fri Mar 2 6:55 AM
Roberto Firmino was pictured swapping shirts with reported Liverpool FC transfer target Manuel Lanzini after the Reds’ 4-1 win over West Ham United last weekend. Firmino helped to fire Jurgen Klopp’s men to a comprehensive 4-1 victory over the Hammers at Anfield on Saturday as the Reds continued...
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A lot of you will remember Juventus around four or five years ago played with one holding midfielder,
said Pellegrini. It was Pirlo.
He's not a defensive midfielder to hold the line,
Pellegrini said. He's more comfortable when he comes from our side. A lot of you will remember Juventus around four or five years ago played with one holding midfielder. It was Pirlo. And Pirlo is the same as Jack. He has the same c...
Jack Wilshere must play as Jack Wilshere,
Pellegrini said. He's not a defensive midfielder to hold the line. You must leave him to play alone to play the moment to receive the ball because he's going to make things happen.