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City Defeat And Hammers Run

After their win over one of the FA Cup finalists Wigan athletic last weekend, West Ham United's unbeaten run of five games came to an end as they were beaten 2-1 by Manchester city at the Etihad stadium this afternoon. Sam Allardyce named an unchanged side for the third consecutive match, meaning that Mark Noble and Joe Cole had to settle for places on the bench. The visitors could have fallen ....


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Hammers Given Rough Ride But Claim Points

The phrase "third time lucky" certainly applied to West Ham United's match against Wigan athletic on Saturday; they may have been a little lacklustre but still beat the Latics 2-0 at Upton Park to climb into the top half of the table for the first time since December. That was in contrast to three days earlier where they were perhaps unlucky not to pick up maximum points against Manchester ....


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Hammers Settle For Red Devils Draw

It's another draw for West Ham United which has moved them up a place in the table. Unlike their trip to the South Coast at the weekend, the Hammers went in front twice only for Manchester United to battle back to leave Upton Park with a point as the match ended 2-2. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that played last weekends game against Southampton as James Tomkins was unable to play, ....


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Hammers Grab A Point At Soggy St Marys

West Ham United now have just one more chance to do the double over a Premier League team this season but they were perhaps a little unlucky not to claim maximum points against Southampton on Saturday afternoon; they followed up last weekend's stalemate at Liverpool with another point in a 1-1 draw at St Mary's. Liverpool loanee Andy Caroll returned to the starting line-up in place of Carlton ....


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Good Point In Anfield Stalemate

It may not have been the three points we West Ham fans all craved, but the East Londoners came away from Anfield this afternoon having secured a point in a goalless draw. On loan Liverpool striker Andy Caroll was ineligible, so Carlton Cole got the chance to start, while Sam Allardyce also had to alter his defensive options; Winston Reid missed the game so James Tomkins filled in. Matt Jarvis ....


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Hammers Bounce Back With Baggiess Win

After the defeat at Chelsea before the international break, West Ham United bounced back as they overcame what looked to be a tough test on paper, but they made light work of West Bromwich Albion beating them 3-1 at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce only made one change from the team that lost at Stamford Bridge as he restored club captain Kevin Nolan back to the starting line-up ....


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Hammers Come Up Short At The Bridge

After earning a much-needed win on the road Stoke City last time out, West Ham United were hoping to follow that with another away success at Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, but unfortunately for the East Londoners they fell short losing 2-0. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the side that featured at the Britannia stadium. Matthew Taylor had recovered from the concussion he suffered a fortnight ....


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Away Success At Last!

West Ham United picked up their first away win since 11 November, as they edged a scrappy encounter at the Britannia Stadium against Stoke city on Saturday afternoon. In his 351st game as a manager, Sam Allardyce made one change to the side that were narrowly defeated 3-2 by their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur five days ago; Club Captain Kevin Nolan missed out due to a broken toe, so Matthew ....


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Moore's Tribute Night Ends With Hammers Defeat

Although the majority inside Upton Park on Monday night were celebrating Bobby Moore's 20th Anniversary, on the pitch West Ham United were narrowly defeated 3-2 by London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. Sam Allardyce made four changes from the team that were defeated 2-1 by Aston Villa 15 days earlier. James Collins returned to the side after recovering from his hamstring problem, Guy Demel was ....


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Hammers Crash At Villa

West Ham United are still looking for back-to-back wins this season after their wretched record, away from home continued as they lost 2-1 to Aston Villa at Villa Park this afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the side that won against Swansea City last weekend, as Ricardo Vaz Te and Matt Jarvis were dropped to the bench in favour of Joe Cole and Emanuel Pogatetz, who made his first ....


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Hammers Clinch Vital Swans Win

West Ham United claimed there first win since New Year's Day on Saturday afternoon, thanks to a 1-0 win against Swansea City at Upton Park. They also kept their first clean sheet since the 0-0 draw against West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns on December 15. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the team that lost at Fulham in midweek; Andy Caroll made his first start since sustaining a knee ....


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Hammers Fall To Another Defeat

It was another midweek away game and yet another defeat for West Ham United and the 3-1 loss to Fulham on Wednesday night means they have now not won in the league since New Year's Day. Sam Allardyce made four changes to the side that were outclassed in the defeat by Arsenal last week. Marouane Chamakh returned in place of Carlton Cole who dropped to the bench. Jack Collison, Ricardo Vaz Te and ....


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A Disappointing Night At The Emirates

West Ham United's under-18 side were defeated 5-2 by Tottenham Hotspur at Upton Park on Tuesday night and a day later, their first team suffered a similar loss to a another London rival as they were defeated 5-1 by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. Sam Allardyce made four changes to the team that picked up a point at home to Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. Marouane Chamakh was ineligible to play ....


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Hammers Dominate But Are Held

Harry Redknapp's record as the opposition manager when he returns to Upton Park is usually excellent; he continued that record as his Queens Park Rangers' side earned a 1-1 draw at Upton Park this afternoon. Joey O'Brien, Guy Demel, Mark Noble, club captain Kevin Nolan, Matt Jarvis and Joe Cole, making his second home league debut, all returned to the starting line-up as Sam Allardyce made seven ....


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United Halt Hammers Progress

West Ham United were denied the chance to face Fulham at home in the Fourth-Round of the FA Cup as they fell at the same hurdle as they did a year ago, when, as they did in the league meeting between the 2 sides at Old Trafford on 28 November, Manchester United scored an early goal to dump the hammers out of the competition in the Third-Round replay on Wednesday night. Winston Reid captained the ....


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Hammers Fail To Shine At Stadium Of Light

West Ham United started 2013 with a home win against Norwich City on New Year's Day, but they couldn't build on that result as they lost 3-0 to Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the team that drew against Manchester United in the FA Cup Third-Round last weekend, which earnt them a replay at Old Trafford.  Winston Reid and Matt Jarvis ....


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It's Back To Old Trafford As Hammers Require Replay

West Ham United are still in the draw for the FA Cup Fourth-Round but they will have to do it all again at Old Trafford on the 16 January as their tie with Manchester United ended in a 2-2 draw at Upton Park on Saturday evening. Sam Allardyce made five changes to the side that beat Norwich City in East London on Tuesday. Winston Reid, Mark Noble and Matt Jarvis were rested and in came Joe Cole, ....


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Hammers Begin 2013 With Canaries Win

After claiming only one win in December, West Ham United repeated their form from last season as they lost the last game of the previous year and then kicked off the New Year with a win. This time, 2013 began with a 2-1 victory over Norwich City at Upton Park on Tuesday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the team that were defeated by Reading on Saturday. He was without the suspended ....


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Hammers Fail To End Reading Jinx

Another disappointing loss at the Madejski Stadium meant that West Ham United ended 2012 with a defeat as they did the previous year, this time they were on the wrong end of a 1-0 defeat to Reading this afternoon. Due to Carlton Cole's successful appeal against the red card he received against Everton a week ago, Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side for the trip to Berkshire, while ....


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Cole Red Card Costs Hammers Dearly

West Ham United will spend the Christmas week still in the bottom half of the table, after Everton came from behind to claim all three points, as they won 2-1 at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce had to make one change from the team that drew with West Bromwich Albion last week, James Tomkins deputised for a sick Guy Demel. There was good news on the bench however, as Jack Collison ....


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Hammers Bounce Back With Baggies Point

West Ham United bounced back from last weekend's 3-2 home defeat by Liverpool by drawing 0-0 at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion, the team managed by the Hammers' former assistant boss Steve Clarke. Captain Kevin Nolan made his 500th career appearance in a side that showed only one change from the team that took to the Upton Park turf seven days earlier with Gary O'Neil taking the ....


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Brave Hammers Sadly Lose Out

After the win against Chelsea last weekend, West Ham United fans went in to the match against Liverpool at Upton Park hoping they could build on that success. Instead the Reds, like Tottenham Hotspur a fortnight ago, were able to come back from a European fixture and defeat the Hammers 3-2. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the team that performed ever so well against their West London rivals, ....


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Second Half Show Produces Stunning Win

After losing at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, Saturday lunchtime's visit of London rivals Chelsea to Upton Park was a different story for West Ham United as they came from behind to claim a 3-1 victory. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the team that were defeated 1-0 against Manchester United. Mark Noble returned from suspension to make his 200th League appearance in place of Mohamed ....


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Back-to-back Defeats Ends Hammers Run

Though the hope was to keep up West Ham's run of not suffering back-to-back defeats since their return to the Premier League, everyone knew that yesterday evening's away fixture at Old Trafford was going to be difficult. The end result of 1-0 to Manchester United came as a bit of a blow to the 1,400 travelling fans, especially after a fighting second half come back, but the result was certainly ....


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Bad Day At The Lane

  The last time West Ham United played a team that was involved in the UEFA Europa League the previous Thursday, they travelled up to St James's Park and came away with all 3 points as they beat Newcastle United 1-0. However, it was a very different story this Sunday afternoon as Tottenham Hotspur, who travelled to Italy last Thursday night, comprehensively beat ....


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