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Hammers Battle For Swans Point

Since employing the 4-6-0 formation, West Ham United have had all combinations of results. Their latest match on Sunday afternoon ended in a goalless draw against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium. Sam Allardyce once again named the same starting line-up that beat Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane and lost to Manchester City in their last two Barclays Premier League outings. In an effort ....

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Hammers Suffer Another Home Defeat

West Ham United failed to build on their remarkable result against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane as they were unable to give Sam Allardyce something to celebrate on his 59th birthday because of Manchester City's 3-1 victory at Upton Park on Saturday evening. The manager named the same team that played in North London before the International break, meaning he could also keep the same ....

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Hammers Earn Their Spurs

In the preview to this match the question was posed that, after West Ham United had beaten Newcastle United at St James's Park for the first time in 14 years, could they repeat the trick at White Hart Lane where they had also not won for the same time period. The club were temporarily in the bottom three after Saturday's results, but not even the biggest of Hammers' fans would have expected this ....

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Hammers Suffer First Away Defeat As Tigers Roar On

West Ham United suffered their first away defeat of the season, which means they  haven't won since the opening day. This time they lost by a solitary goal to Hull City on Saturday afternoon. Only one change was made to the side that were defeated by Everton last weekend, as James Tomkins replaced James Collins in defence. Stewart Downing was back in the squad but Sam Allardyce named him on ....

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Hammers See Off Bluebirds To Sail Into Fourth Round

After narrowly losing 3-2 at home to Everton on Saturday, West Ham United made sure of their progress to the Capital One Cup fourth-round by narrowly beating Cardiff City by the same scoreline on Tuesday evening. Only seven changes were made to the side that were defeated by the Toffees four days earlier, as James Tomkins was once again given the captaincy for the match in place of regular ....

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Hammers Crushed By Toffees Again

West Ham United fell to their second straight home defeat as, despite going in front twice, Everton prevailed to clinch the points as they won 3-2. Sam Allardyce made one change from the draw at Southampton six days earlier, as Razvan Rat made his Premier League debut in place of the injured Guy Demel. James Collins kept his place and therefore able to make his 100th appearance of his second ....

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Hammers Clinch Saints Point

Last season when West Ham United went to St Mary's they came away with a share of the spoils. Their latest encounter at Southampton on Sunday afternoon ended with both teams taking another point, only this time it was goalless. The Hammers were without Joe Cole who had picked up an injury in training the day before the loss to Stoke City, other than that Sam Allardyce only made one change from ....

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Stoke Strike Hammer Blow

West Ham United suffered their first defeat of the 2013/14 campaign as Stoke City arrived in East London and took away all three points thanks to a 1-0 win on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce named the same starting line-up that drew away at Newcastle United last weekend, although there were some changes on the bench. Alou Diarra had to be substituted in Tuesday night's win over Cheltenham Town ....

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Hammers Clip Robins' Wings To Progress

West Ham United began their Capital One Cup campaign with a 2-1 win against Cheltenham Town at Upton Park on Tuesday evening. The team was completely changed from Saturday's goalless draw at Newcastle United. Sam Allardyce included new signings Adrian and Rasvan Rat in the starting line-up while James Tomkins was given the captain's armband for the evening in place of regular skipper Kevin ....

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Hammers Strike St James' Blow Again

It wasn't quite as good for the West Ham United fans this year at St James'Park but the travelling support who went up to the north-east did see their side pick up a precious point in a goalless draw this afternoon. Stewart Downing was handed his full debut as Sam Allardyce only made one change to the side that were victorious against Cardiff City last week. The former Liverpool winger started ....

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Hammers Topple Bluebirds

West Ham United started their 2013/14 Barclays Premier League campaign just as they finished last season as they picked up three points in a 2-0 win against newly promoted Cardiff City at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. None of Sam Allardyce's summer recruits started the match but Razvan Rat, Stewart Downing and new goalkeeper Adrian were on the bench. There were starts however for Joe Cole, ....

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Hammers End Season With Royals Thrashing

West Ham United cemented 10th place in the table with their first Premier League home win over Reading as they beat the already relegated Royals 4-2 on Sunday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the team that played Everton last time out, as he brought in Joe Cole, Mark Noble and Ricardo Vaz Te in place of the injured Matt Jarvis, who was suffering with a hamstring injury, Gary O'Neil ....

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Bad Day At Goodison

After signing his new contract on Saturday, unfortunately Sam Allardyce was unable to celebrate as West Ham United lost 2-0 to Everton on Sunday afternoon; making it only three away wins for the season. On the flipside, the home fans were wanting to make it a winning send-off for their manager David Moyes, who ends his 11 year tenure at the club to take over from the departing Sir Alex Ferguson ....

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Hammers Unable To Do Double

Another full-house was present at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon but they departed disappointed that the Hammers were unable to deliver a Barclays Premier League double this season in their final opportunity. They played out an entertaining, but ultimately goalless draw against Newcastle United. Despite the lack of goals the match had plenty of incident and opportunities and Newcastle seemed ....

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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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