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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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Hammers Continue Run With Stoke Point

  As I referred to in my preview for this match, West Ham have achieved two marvellous results against Manchester City and Newcastle United. Although Stoke city seemed the easier game of the month, they were still a tough nut for the Hammers to crack. Despite going behind and trailing at half-time, they were the better side in the second half and a 1-1 draw was a ....


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Hammers Knock The Magpies Off Their Perch

  West Ham United picked up their first win at St James' Park since 1998 on Sunday afternoon by beating Newcastle United 1-0 to make it an easier start to the month of November than most Hammers fans expected. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that started last weekend's goalless home draw against Manchester City; James Collins failed a fitness test but was ....


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Hammers Earn Champions Point

  On paper, the month of November seemed like it was going to be a difficult one for West Ham United, but Saturday evenings goalless draw at home to Manchester City wasn't a bad start. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that lost at Wigan last weekend, as Joey O'Brien came in for the injured James Tomkins while City included former Hammer Carlos Tevez in ....


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Wigan Troubles Continue

  After last weekend's 4-1 home victory over Southampton, West Ham United had the chance to record back-to-back Premier league wins for the first time since February/March 2011. Unfortunately it was another sorry story at the DW Stadium as they lost 2-1 The team that took to the field in Lancashire was the same side that comprehensively defeated the Saints seven ....


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Four-star Hammers Cruise Past Saints

  In a game of two halves, West Ham United picked up another 3 points by beating Southhampton at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the side that were defeated at home to Arsenal in their last match; James Tomkins replaced Guy Demel to make his 100th appearance for the club and Yossi Benayoun made his first start since returning to ....


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Hammers Nailed By Gunners

  After looking so comfortable in the 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Monday night, West Ham United faced a tough test at home to Arsenal on Saturday and it proved to be so, as the Gunners came from behind to win 3-1. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the team that played at Loftus road; George McCartney replaced the injured Joey O'Brien, while Andy ....


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First Away Win Clinched At Loftus Road

  After being unbeaten in the league at Upton Park so far this season, West Ham United are finally up and running on the road in the Barclays Premier League as they produced a dominant performance to beat London rivals Queens Park Rangers on Monday night. Though Rangers produced a 3D version of their match day programme, their performance was somewhat 2D! Sam ....


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Hammers Suffer Cup Exit

  West Ham United suffered their first home defeat of the season on Tuesday night and are consequently out of the Capital One Cup after losing to Wigan Athletic 4-1. From the side that drew 1-1 with Sunderland on Saturday, only Mark Noble, who was captain for the night in place of Kevin Nolan, and Ricardo Vaz Te started the game. Stephen Henderson, James Tomkins, ....


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Hammers Keep Unbeaten Home Record

  West Ham United remain unbeaten at home but have lost 100% home record at Upton Park thanks to skipper Kevin Nolan's lastgasp equaliser, which meant they grabbed a well-deserved point in a 1-1 draw with Sunderland on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side from the team that drew with Norwich City at Carrow Road last weekend, meaning ....


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Hammer Pick Up Point At Norwich

  This season seems to be a complete reversal of the last campaign; West Ham United weren't so good at home but kept winning on the road, whereas this term the Hammers are unbeaten at home but are yet to pick up 3 points away. After a diabolical result from their last away fixture against Swansea City, they did a little better today as they made it 7 points from 4 ....


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Electric Start Downs Cottagers

  On their return to Barclays Premier League action following their progression to the Capital One Cup 3rd Round in midweek, West Ham United recorded another win at home as they beat Fulham 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Andy Carroll made his debut in place of Carlton Cole. Otherwise, Sam Allardyce made three changes from last weekend's defeat at the Liberty Stadium: ....


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Hammers Back On Track Against Crewe

  West Ham United claimed their 1st midweek home win on Tuesday night since 2004 which resulted in them progressing to the Capital One Cup 3rd Round due to a 2-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra at Upton Park. A much changed side to the team that suffered a horrendous defeat to Swansea City on Saturday took to the field, but the starting line-up did include the familiar ....


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Hammers Lose On The Road

  Compared to last campaign, when they had the best away record in the league, this season West Ham United's campaign on the road did not get off to the best of starts as they were defeated 3-0 by Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon. As expected, new signing Matt Jarvis went straight into the starting line-up as part of a front three which included ....


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New Season Starts With Win

  West Ham United kicked off their 2012/13 campaign with a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. New signings Jussi Jaaskelainen, George McCartney, Mohamed Diame and James Collins all made their debuts while Alou Diarra and Modibo Maiga were on the bench. After a slow start to the game, in which Paul Lambert's side had the best of the ....


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Wembley Win Confirms Hammers Promotion

  West Ham United have achieved their pre-season aim by bouncing straight back to the Barclays Premier League at the first attempt after suffering the pain of relegation last season by beating Blackpool 2-1 in the npower Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce once again named the same starting line-up that had started the ....


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Hammers Thrash Bluebirds To Make Final

Latest from uptonsparks.com   West Ham United are through to the play-off final, as the London club will return to the capital on 19 May after beating Cardiff City 3-0 at Upton Park on Monday afternoon making the overall score in the tie 5-0. Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side for the first time since the home game against Crystal ....


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Comfortable Advantage Taken Into Second Leg

West Ham United ended their away fixture programme for the campaign by recording a 14th victory on the road as they beat Cardiff City 2-0 in their play-off semi-final first leg at the Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday night. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that ended the regular npower Championship season at home to Hull City on Saturday, as he brought in Jack Collison to replace Henri ....


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Hammers Into Play-off With Hull Victory

West Ham United missed out on automatic promotion and had to settle for a place in the play-offs, despite ending their regular-season with a 2-1 victory over Hull City on Saturday afternoon. Just one change was made by manager Sam Allardyce to the team that won at Leicester City on Monday, as Henri Lansbury came in for Jack Collison. There were a couple of surprises on the bench however, as ....


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Automatic Promotion Hopes Still Alive

The race for automatic promotion will go down to the wire, as West Ham United came from a goal behind to win and end their regular-season away fixtures by beating Leicester City 2-1 at the King Power Stadium on Monday night. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the side that drew 1-1 against Bristol City at Ashton Gate last week. Danny Collins and Henri Lansbury dropped to the bench to make way ....


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