Hammers striker Diafra Sakho has vowed to put more balls into the back of the net next season. West Ham started off really well this season and one of my highlights was Sakho along with Valencia. A lot was put on the shoulders of these two young men and I think they came through with the goods. [Read more…]
It looks like Sam Allardyce does not have time on his side after being beaten by Leicester at the weekend after what looked like a certain point for the Hammers.
To make matters worse for the big man, Rafa Benitez has been put on a “shortlist” of managers who could be replacing him if things turn ugly for the club. [Read more…]
West Ham’s most recent sponsors were Alpari UK, a forex trading brokers. They were forced to terminate their sponsorship deal with the Premier League team, as they entered administration, the second time a West Ham sponsor has run into financial difficulty. Online betting firm Betway, were however delighted to fill the space left vacant by Alpari and moved quickly to seize this one of a kind opportunity.
The Hammers publicised the news on their twitter page, and wasted no time in signing for the record £20million shirt sponsorship deal with Betway just in time for the Manchester United game. West Ham’s vice chair Karen Brady, spoke of the deal stating “We are pleased to welcome Betway to the Club as our new principal sponsor, in what is our biggest-ever commercial deal…” The Barclays Premier league is the world’s most renowned football competition and it has been proven to be a competitive exciting time for Betway!!
One of our top players is embroiled in a row with his own country and it looks like they are out for blood. Big Sam has been told not to play striker Diafra Sakho until the row has been resolved.
Sakho has been the object of hatred from his own country, Senegal since he scored the Hammer’s match winner against Bristol City in the FA Cup. An injured Diafra Sakho had to pull out of the Africa Cup of Nations due to a back injury but came off the bench to nod home West Ham’s winner against a Bristol side that was really up for it.
The Hammers are concerned about Guy Demel, who was stretchered off during the club’s 2-0 away win to Cardiff City says assistant manager Neil McDonald.
Demel had to have oxygen after he went to ground in the first half of the match. [Read more…]
I’m sure a lot of Hammer fans are going to disagree with me on this one for various reasons but if truth be told, Allardyce has to be ‘launched’ and a new manager has to take his place pronto if the club is going to stay up in the Premiership and walk into their new Olympic stadium with their heads held high. [Read more…]
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has been backed by owners Gold and Sullivan despite the seemingly impossible task that lies ahead of him. After the 5-0 FA Cup battering from Nottingham Forest, a lot of fans thought that he had to walk for the sake of the club. However, the owners have felt differently. [Read more…]
Wayne Rooney is to face a late fitness test ahead of the Hammers away match at Old Trafford on Saturday as manager David Moyes bids to find more goals from his strikeforce.
Rooney missed out on his team’s midweek League Cup quarter-final win at Stoke City due to a groin injury but manager Moyes seemed more upbeat about the player after today’s training session. [Read more…]