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Hammers Draw Blank Against Gunners

After losing at home to Liverpool last time out, West Ham United fell to another defeat on Tuesday evening, this time, losing 3-1 to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the London Derby. Sam Allardyce made two alterations to the team that faced the Reds, as club captain Kevin Nolan wasn't involved because of a hamstring injury, so Mohamed Diame took the captaincy for the evening, while Matt ....


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Hammers Can't Hold Liverpool Title Pursuit

West Ham United ended March with two successive wins and wanted to start April by derailing Liverpool's title hopes but unfortunately two penalties meant that the Reds left Upton Park with all three points by winning 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that won at Sunderland last time out, as George McCartney missed the game, so the defender was replaced by Pablo ....


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Hammers Bulldoze Black Cats

After beating Hull City at Upton Park last time out, West Ham United faced the long trip up to Wearside and took all three points back to East London, as they beat Sunderland 2-1 at the Stadium of Light on Monday evening. Winston Reid returned from a stomach virus and was able to deputise for the injured James Collins who suffered a calf injury against the Tigers in Sam Allardyce's only change ....


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Hammers Have It Hard Against Hull

After losing to Manchester United four days earlier, West Ham United got themselves back on track and moved up to 11th in the table but it was less than pretty at Upton Park on Wednesday night however, the Hammers did come away with a positive result, as they beat the Tigers 2-1. Sam Allardyce saw no reason to change his starting line-up from the weekend so it was as you were following the ....


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No Home Comfort For Hammers

After winning all of their home games in February, West Ham United were hoping to build on their recent good form at Upton Park but unfortunately they suffered their first defeat in East London since 18 January, as Manchester United took all the points points in a 2-0 win. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the side that featured against Stoke city last weekend, as James Collins and Matthew ....


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Bad Day At The Britania

After picking up four wins in February which resulted in Sam Allardyce winning the Barclays manager of the month award, it's not been the greatest of starts to March, as West Ham United fell to their second straight defeat by coming out on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Four changes were made to the side that suffered defeat to ....


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Unbeaten Run Ended By Toffees As Hammers Come Unstuck

  After an unbeaten run in February which saw West Ham United acquire 12 points from four games, they suffered defeat for the first time since 18 January on Saturday afternoon due to a 1-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park. Although Andy Carroll was back from suspension, he had to settle for a place on the bench, as Sam Allardyce decided not to make any changes to the team that ....


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Fourth Successive Win Puts Hammers Into Top Half

West Ham United climbed back into the top ten of the Barclays Premier League table on Saturday afternoon as they continued their unbeaten run, coming from behind to claim all three points against Southampton at Upton Park. Sam Allardyce named an unchanged side for the third game running, meaning club captain Kevin Nolan was able to make his 100th Premier League appearance for the club. As the ....


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Maximum Points For Hammers Again

West Ham United have climbed into the top half of the Barclays Premier League table after a 2-0 victory against Norwich City at Upton Park on Tuesday night meant that they had recorded three victories in a row for the first time since 2007. After Saturday's 2-0 win at Villa Park, Sam Allardyce felt it unnecessary to change a winning team. It was a nervy start from the home side as Norwich ....


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Back-to-back Winds Claimed At Villa

West Ham United have finally recorded back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time since February/March 2011, thanks to a 2-0 success against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday afternoon. Due to the club failing in the appeal process to get Andy Carroll's straight red card against Swansea City overturned, Big Sam restored Carlton Cole to the side in the only change from that game. New ....


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Hammers Back To Winning Ways At Home

West Ham United wanted to try and build on the excellent point earned in the goalless draw at Chelsea on Wednesday night and they did just that on Saturday, as they faced a Swansea City side that hadn't won at Upton Park since 1956 and that run continued, as the East Londoners sent them back to Wales with nothing again, beating them 2-0. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the team that performed ....


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Hammers Trouble Chelsea At Bridge

Given Chelsea's home record under José Mourinho, any points West Ham United could have picked up on Wednesday night would have been a bonus. Fortunately they were able to grab a point as the game ended goalless and they travelled back to East London with a spring in their step ahead of the home encounter against Swansea on Saturday. Sam Allardyce made five changes to his last team ....


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No Way Back For Hammers

It was all about pride on Tuesday evening at Upton Park as a West Ham United crashed out of the Capital One Cup with a 9-0 aggregate score, giving Manchester City a further three goals to ease through to the final on 2 March. Only three players retained their place in the side after the weekend's defeat to Newcastle United: Razvan Rat, Roger Johnson and Matthew Taylor were all given another ....


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Hammers Denied Back-to-back Wins By Magpies

West Ham United are back in the bottom three and were unable to record back-to-back wins, as they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Newcastle United at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon, which meant that Sam Allardyce had lost to his former club for the first time since leaving the North East in 2008. Two changes were made to the side that picked up a win at the Cardiff City Stadium, as James Collins ....


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Hammers Record Premier League Double At Last

West Ham United's Capital One Cup run is effectively over as Manchester City take a 6-0 advantage to Upton Park for the second leg on 21 January. As expected, Sam Allardyce recalled the majority of his senior side after the humiliating FA Cup exit at Nottingham Forest on Sunday and the team showed eight changes, with only Adrian, Modibo Maiga and Stuart Downing retaining their places. Mark ....


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Hammers Head Home With Heavy Defeat

West Ham United's Capital One Cup run is effectively over as Manchester City take a 6-0 advantage to Upton Park for the second leg on 21 January. As expected, Sam Allardyce recalled the majority of his senior side after the humiliating FA Cup exit at Nottingham Forest on Sunday and the team showed eight changes, with only Adrian, Modibo Maiga and Stuart Downing retaining their places. Mark ....


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Hammers Axed From Fa Cup By Forest

West Ham United have been knocked out of the FA Cup after a 5-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest at the City Ground this afternoon. Given the number of injuries and suspensions the club are having to currently deal with, manager Sam Allardyce had to name a weekend side for the tie, so names such as George Moncur, Dan Potts and Callum driver, Danny Whitehead, Sebastien Lletget in the starting line-up ....


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Hammers Lose Lead At Fulham

West Ham United ended their Christmas programme with a 2-1 defeat at Craven Cottage on New Year's Day, meaning they were unable to do the double over Fulham. Sam Allardyce made five changes to the side that earned a point in the dramatic 3-3 draw at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday. Guy Demel, Alou Diarra, Matthew Taylor, Jack Collison and Modibo Maiga all came in as the squad continues ....


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Hammers End Year With Pulsating Draw

West Ham United remain in the Premier League relegation zone but, after the defeat to Arsenal on Boxing Day, they rounded off 2013 by getting a point in dramatic circumstances as they earned a 3-3 draw with West Bromwich Albion at Upton Park in the early kick-off on Saturday. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the team that played the Gunners less than 48 hours earlier. He restored goalkeeper ....


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Hammers Into Drop Zone As Arsenal Hit Back

Last season Arsenal came to Upton Park and had to come from behind to earn a 3-1 victory. On Boxing Day they managed to repeat that success, leaving West Ham United in the bottom three. With four games in the space of ten days, Sam Allardyce is mindful that he will have to make full use of all the options available to him. As a result he made four changes from the team that played Manchester ....


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Same Old Story For Hammers As Old Trafford Jinx Hits

West Ham United couldn't follow up their remarkable win at Tottenham Hotspur in midweek as they fell to a 3-1 defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford this afternoon. Sam Allardyce's team selection showed two changes from last weekend goalless draw at home to Sunderland as Adrian made his Premier League debut in place of Jussi Jaaskelainen in goal and Matthew Taylor was preferred to Joe ....


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Hammers Crowing As Spurs Beaten Again

West Ham United had not beaten their fiercest London rivals at White Hart Lane since 1999, but on the 6 October they produced a remarkable result as they came out on top with a comprehensive 3-0 victory. When the quarter-final draw was made for the Capital One Cup, the two sides were paired together again at the same venue and there was hope and expectation amongst the hammers fans. Their prayers ....


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Hammers Fail To Nail Black Cats

After successive defeats on the road, West Ham United returned to Upton Park and stopped the rot by picking up a point in a goalless draw against Sunderland on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the team that lost heavily to Liverpool last weekend as club captain Kevin Nolan started his three-match suspension due to the red card he picked up at Anfield so Ravel Morrison, who ....


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Hammers Lose Heavily As Wait Goes On

Last season West Ham United managed goalless draw at Anfield but normal service was resumed as the wait went on, as the Hammers lost 4-1 to Liverpool on Saturday afternoon. Just like Tuesday night four changes were again made to the starting line-up as Guy Demel, George McCartney, Matt Jarvis and Modibo Maiga were all restored and Joey O'Brien and Carlton Cole were dropped to the bench. Razvan ....


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Hammers Fail To Take Points At Palace

West Ham United failed to build on Saturday's result against Fulham as they went down 1-0 at Selhurst Park on Tuesday night to give Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis his first win in charge of the Eagles. Having hinted that he would make changes for the match in order to accommodate three games in the space of a week, Sam Allardyce restored Joey O'Brien and Rasvan Rat to the starting line-up in ....


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