West Ham United will be hoping to recover from their late anguish at Tottenham by coming out on top against another London rival in Crystal Palace.
Sam Allardyce’s men could not have done much more to earn what would have been a thoroughly deserved third consecutive victory at White Hart Lane, but a last-gasp equaliser from Harry Kane means that they have still only won once in the Premier League since December 20.
But there were...More
According to Sky Sports, West Ham midfielder Mark Noble has signed a long term deal, keeping him at Upton Park until 2012.
The long-serving player has been consistent in the side, and was somewhat close to getting an England call-up last season due to his fine form. Noble has been a mainstay at the heart of the midfield due to his combative displays and impressive wide range of passing. The 27-year-old is vice captain of the Lond...More
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has confirmed that new signing Nene will make his debut on Saturday when the Londoners face Crystal Palace, reports Sky Sports.
The Brazilian forward, 33, was signed on a free transfer to provide cover for the current United attackers, as Andy Carroll recently suffered injury that will keep him out for a lengthy period, while Carlton Cole has endured questionable form. He’s now also injured, which me...More
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has been told by Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Nabil Bentaleb to stop complaining about the penalty decision that delivered a Harry Kane goal during the Premier League match between the sides, Sky Sports has reported.
The Hammers were leading the London derby through goals from Cheikhou Kouyate and Enner Valencia before Danny Rose cut the advantage in half inside the last 10 minutes. Kane was in the f...More
After West Ham United threw away a 2-0 lead against Tottenham Hotspur in the last 10 minutes of the game, manager Sam Allardyce was left rueing a “huge mistakes” to was a factor in the Londoners coming away with only a point from a game they were winning in injury time, reports BBC Sport.
West Ham scored either side of half-time to take a deserved two goal lead against Tottenham at White Hart Lane, but they started to sit back and...More
Tottenham striker Harry Kane scored in the last minute of injury time to snatch a point from the jaws of defeat against London rivals West Ham, reports BBC Sport.
West Ham started the game strongly, while ensuring the hosts no room to pick out a key pass in the final third. Sam Allardyce’s men came with a game plan to limit space in the areas Tottenham are normally a threat, and they managed to take the lead early into the derby g...More
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