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Three Points Nailed As Hammers Beat Sunderland

  It's taken some time, but West Ham United finally picked up their second win of 2015 after a 1-0 victory over Sunderland at Upton Park on Saturday evening. Winston Reid didn't come through a fitness test but Carl Jenkinson did return to the squad in place of Joey O'Brien, who dropped to the bench in the one change to the Hammers' team that faced Arsenal a week ago. Also ....

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Gunners On Target As Hammers Fail To Fire

  West Ham United remain 10th in the Barclays Premier League table after they went down to a third successive defeat. They fought hard against Arsenal but eventually the home side's class told as the Gunners ran out 3-0 winners at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Although Adrian suffered a finger injury in the warm-up, he did recover to retain his place in goal but ....

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Another Derby Defeat For The Hammers

  West Ham United fans will have been delighted to have heard the news earlier that defender Winston Reid has committed his future to the club and have signed a contract that will keep him at Upton Park until the summer of 2021. On the pitch however, their recent troubles were to continue as, despite a creditable performance, they have now slipped to 10th in the table off the ....

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Another Derby Disappointment

  Alan Pardew certainly got his revenge for the defeat of his Newcastle United side at Upton Park back in November, as his new charges arrived in East London and took all the points on Saturday; West Ham United slipped to ninth in the Barclays Premier League table after losing 3-1 to Crystal Palace. Sam Allardyce named an unchanged side from last weekend's 2-2 draw against ....

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Late Drama Denies Hammers

  West Ham fans could be heard singing "it's happening again" to the home end while they were in front at White Hart Lane this afternoon but, as they did at Upton Park, Spurs had the last word as Harry Kane secured a point in the last minute despite missing a penalty. Sam Allardyce made one change to his team, as Winston Reid came in in place of club captain Kevin Nolan who ....

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Hammers Dumped From Cup After Horrorshow

  Towards the end of last season, the pressure was really on West Ham United as they were looking to preserve their Premier League status. When they played away at West Bromwich Albion, it was crucial that they took three points but the Baggies piled more woe on the Hammers, as Saido Berahino's 10th minute strike clinched the points. This campaign, the Irons were making their ....

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Hammers Battle For Point

  West Ham United may have felt disappointed by the nature of Sunday's 1-1 draw at home to Manchester United, but they will been delighted to come away from St Mary's with a point, as the game with Southampton ended goalless. With Kevin Nolan, and Mark Noble missing from Sunday's line-up. Sam Allardyce gave starts to Morgan Amalfitano and Carlton Cole. The home side started ....

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Last Gasp Equaliser Costs Hammers

  After losing to Liverpool last weekend, West Ham United looked as though they were on course for a precious win against Manchester United but a last-gasp leveller denied them at Upton Park on Sunday afternoon. In his 100th Premier League match in charge of the Hammers, Sam Allardyce made five changes to the team that played at Anfield, as an number of players had picked up ....

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West Ham's Anfield Agony Shows No Sign Of Abating

  West Ham United's unbeaten start to 2015 came to an end on Saturday afternoon, as the Hammers' wretched run at Anfield continued. Liverpool really put the pressure on in the second-half and secured a 2-0 victory which meant the home side leapfrogged the Irons in the table. Sam Allardyce made three changes, as James Collins and Joey O'Brien replaced the injured Carl Jenkinson ....

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Robins Seen Off In Fourth Round

  Half of the Premier League teams have been dumped out of the FA Cup so far this season but, West Ham United aren't one of them, as the Hammers overcame the challenge of Bristol City by beating the team who are second in League One 1-0 at Ashton Gate this afternoon. Sam Allardyce once again named a strong side for the tie but as James Collins was injured he welcomed Winston Reid ....

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Hammers Deepen Gloom For Hull

  West Ham United picked up their first league win of 2015 and moved above Liverpool and back into seventh place thanks to a 3-0 victory over Hull City at Upton Park this afternoon. Just one change was made to the side that started the FA Cup replay against Everton on Tuesday night, as club captain Kevin Nolan started in place of Matt Jarvis. Winston Reid returned to the bench ....

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Hammers To Face Robins In Fourth Round

  West Ham United will face Bristol City in the fourth-round of the FA Cup after seeing off the challenge of Everton but the Toffees took them all the way at Upton Park on Tuesday night. Sam Allardyce was back in the dugout after recovering from a chest infection and he made two changes from the original tie at Goodison Park a week ago. Andy Carroll kept his place from ....

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Hammers Are Becoming Draw Specialists!

  Swansea City and West Ham United are now level on points but the Hammers remain seventh after a 1-1 draw at The Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Assistant manager Neil McDonald took charge of the team for the trip to Wales, as Sam Allardyce had come down with a chest infection in the week. The team showed two changes from Tuesday's draw at Goodison Park. James ....

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Hammers Bring Cup Tie Home

  West Ham United and Everton will take their third-round tie to a replay at Upton Park on Tuesday 13 January after a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park last night. Sam Allardyce made four changes to the side that took on West Bromwich Albion last time out, as club captain Kevin Nolan, Mark Noble, Matt Jarvis and Enner Valencia all started in place of Alex Song, Cheikou Kouyate and ....

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Hammer Begin Year With Disappointing Draw

  After ending 2014 with back-to-back defeats, West Ham United went into the New Year's Day fixture against West Bromwich Albion with hope that they could do the double over the Baggies but they could only manage a disappointing 1-1 draw at Upton Park, which leaves them in seventh place in the table. For the fourth consecutive time for a game involving these two sides, Albion ....

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Hammers End Year With Back To Back Defeats

  West Ham United's Christmas schedule looked a tough one When the fixtures were released in the summer and with Chelsea and Arsenal in successive games, that is exactly what it proved to be, as the Hammers suffered their second straight defeat, thanks to a 2-1 reverse against Arsenal on Sunday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made five changes to the team that played at Stamford ....

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Unbeaten Run Ends At The Bridge

  West Ham United lost their first game in five after they were beaten 2-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the team that beat Leicester City at home last Saturday. Diafra Sakho and Alex Song dropped to the bench to make way for the returning Mark Noble and Enner Valencia, whilst James Tomkins missed out through injury and was replaced by ....

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Hammers Deepen Foxes Plight

  West Ham United continued their unbeaten run with a 2-0 win against the Barclays Premier League's bottom club Leicester City at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. No fresh injury concerns meant Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side from the 1-1 draw against Sunderland last weekend. Both sides were having good spells of pressure in the opening stages of the match ....

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Hammers Continue Unbeaten Run With Point

  West Ham United remain in fourth place in the Barclays Premier League after coming from behind to earn a point in a 1-1 draw against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that faced Swansea City six days earlier, as Diafra Sakho replaced Enner Valencia who dropped to the bench. The Hammers were making Black Cats' ....

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Hammers Come From Behind To Sink Swans

  Just like Tuesday night's victory at The Hawthorns, West Ham United came from behind to claim a third victory in a row which temporarily lifts them into the top three of the table after beating Swansea City 3-1 at Upton Park on Sunday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the side that faced the Baggies; Alex Song and Enner Valencia were back from injury and replaced ....

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Three Points Bagged At The Hawthorns

  West Ham United came from behind to win a hard fought contest 2-1 against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns on Tuesday night. Once again, three changes were made to Sam Allardyce's starting line-up for the game. James Collins and Matt Jarvis were dropped to the bench, as Winston Reid returned from suspension. Mauro Zarate was given a start, while club captain Kevin Nolan ....

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Hammers Back To Winning Ways As Newcastle's Run Comes To An End

  After three games without a win a resurgent Newcastle United were not the team West Ham United wanted to play on their current form, but the Hammers picked up their first win in front of the home support since the stunning victory over Manchester City on 25 October by beating the Magpies 1-0 on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the side that suffered ....

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Hammers' Unbeaten Run Comes To Sticky End

West Ham United have dropped to sixth place in the table after they suffered their first loss since their defeat at Old Trafford by being on the wrong side of a 2-1 scoreline against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon. Injuries have certainly taken their toll on the Hammers during the past week, leaving Sam Allardyce having to make five changes to the side that played Aston Villa a ....

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Hammers Secure A Point Against Villa

  After they came from 2-0 down to secure a point at Stoke City last weekend, West Ham United grabbed another point in a goalless draw with Aston Villa at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. One change was made to the starting line-up in this game; Diafra Sakho had recovered from his shoulder injury and took the place of Morgan Amalfitano. One very welcome addition to the bench was ....

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Hammers Battle To Rescue Point

  Sam Allardyce stated in his pre-match news conference on Thursday that in the last two seasons, West Ham United have has a dip in form during November and December. Well, at Stoke City on Saturday, they did have did suffer a slight dip in form but to be fair they battled back to earn a 2-2 draw at the Britannia Stadium. Diafra Sakho wasn't deemed fit enough to face the Potters, so ....

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