Manchester United fans could be about to have their wish granted: Marouane Fellaini is set to join West Ham in January, according to the Daily Telegraph. The towering midfielder has failed to ignite his United career, doing more damage than good, in the eyes of many United fans. Why Fellaini? The Hammers are in
Despite the 1-1 draw, West Ham United’s position in the Premier League table remains the same, with them languishing in the relegation zone. After finishing above the Merseyside clubs and Chelsea and qualifying for Europa League last season, many expected them to push for a top-four finish this season. Having said that, much to
How quickly fortunes can change. After all the optimism surrounding West Ham from last season’s impressive season of seventh and the move to their new London Stadium, this was meant to be the campaign where the club went to the next level. Now, just six games into the new season and panic has already set
West Ham United have officially confirmed the signing of Italy striker Simone Zaza from Serie A giant Juventus. The 25-year old has joined the London based club on a season-long loan for a reported £5 million, with the possibility of a permanent transfer for a further £20 million should he register a given number of
West Ham United fans who enjoy soccer betting online have reason to be optimistic. Not only did the Hammers have their best finish since returning to the Premier League in 2012-13, but a few new arrivals could propel the team into improving their 7th place from last season. The 2016-17 batch of transfers is headlined
While other players may have grabbed the headlines in West Ham’s successful campaign, one of the East London club’s unsung heroes has been Winston Reid. The centre-back is in his sixth season at Upton Park and is someone who has made steady progress over the years with this campaign certainly one of his most impressive.
West Ham travelled to the Midlands on Saturday lunchtime knowing that a place in the quarter-finals of arguably the most open FA Cup was up for grabs against West Bromwich Albion. With Albion improving under Tony Pulis but still languishing in the lower reaches of the Premier League, in contrast with Sam Allardyce’s side residing