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Hammers Back On Track

West Ham United are now only behind leaders Southampton on goals scored. With the league leaders contesting the South Coast derby at Fratton Park on Sunday, the Hammers claimed a vital three points against Barnsley at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the debacle at Reading last weekend replacing the injured Guy Demel with Carlton Cole, while John Carew came ....

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Madejski Jinx Strikes Again

West Ham United suffered their fifth defeat of the season and also made it back-to-back losses under Sam Allardyce for the first time as they went down 3-0 to Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The manager made three changes to the side that lost to Burnley last weekend, Guy Demel came in for Joey O'Brien, who started on the bench, Papa Bouba Diop replaced Matthew Taylor and ....

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Hammers Lose But Remain 2nd

When West Ham United are going for a record number of wins, it always happens that they never manage it and Saturday afternoon certainly proved the case as Burnley came to Upton Park and went away with all 3 points winning the match 2-1. This was especially galling given that leaders Southampton also where defeated at bottom club Doncaster Rovers. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the team ....

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Hammers Win To End Riverside Record

Whilst continuing their excellent away record, West Ham United inflicted a first home defeat on Middlesbrough since January as The Hammers took all three points back to East London with a 2-0 victory. Sam Allardyce made four changes to the side that battled back from a goal down to beat Derby County 3-1 on Saturday. Guy Demel was given his full debut since signing for the club at the end of ....

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Hammers Put Rams To The Slaughter

West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce had never beaten Derby County as a manager before Saturday's 5.20PM kick-off against the Rams at Upton Park and with Southampton dropping points with their 2-0 defeat at Bristol City, he knew this run couldn't continue if his side were to cut the gap with a vital three points. Having come from behind against Coventry City last weekend, they repeated that ....

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Another Away Win For Hammers

A record crowd for the Ricoh Arena boosted by 6300 visiting supporters saw West Ham United overturn a goal deficit into a 2-1 win on Saturday afternoon. The success surpasses the Hammers' number of wins over the past two seasons. Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side but Joey O'Brien did make the matchday 16 and took his place on the bench. As he did at the Kingston Communications ....

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Hammers Roar On As Tigers Home Run Haulted

After the 0-0 home draw with Bristol City on Tuesday night, West Ham United grabbed a vital three points as they head into the international break still 2nd in the table after a 2-0 victory against Hull City at the Kingston Communications stadium on Saturday afternoon. With Winston Reid out due to his dislocated shoulder, Abdoulaye Faye replaced him, while Joey O'Brien, Freddie Sears and ....

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Hammers Remain Second But Held By Robins

After winning a tight home encounter 3-2 against Leicester City on Saturday, on Tuesday night West Ham United turned in a less than pretty performance but did manage a point in a 0-0 draw against bottom side Bristol city at Upton Park. Although he had hinted that he may stick with the same team that played at the weekend against the Robins, Sam Allardyce still made three changes to the side that ....

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Foxes Hounded Out By Baldock

As I referred to in my preview to this game getting a result in the next match can often work in a team's favour if they have just lost their manager. In Leicester City's case however, this didn't quite work out because although West Ham United missed the chance to go top of the table, after just edging the Foxes out 3-2 at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Although Manuel Almunia's month long ....

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Victory Sends West Ham Back To Second

Unlike last Tuesday's game at Southampton, Monday night's trip to the South Coast proved to be much more fruitful for West Ham United, as they got their away record back on track with a 1-0 win at the American Express Community Stadium. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the defeat at the Friends Provident St Mary's Stadium. Matthew Taylor and Henri Lansbury were left out due to injuries, so ....

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Hammers Miss Out On Top Spot As Away Record Ends

After Saturday's 4-0 home win against Blackpool, which lifted West Ham United up to second in the table, it made Tuesday night's trip to Southampton the battle of the top two, but unfortunately the Hammers' away record came to an end as they were defeated 1-0. Sam Allardyce only made one change to the weekend's team selection; James Tomkins was left out because of a knock he picked up in the ....

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Blackpool Rocked As Hammers March On

Following a slight dip in form and the international break, West Ham United got themselves back on track by putting 4 goals past Blackpool without reply at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce welcomed back Winston Reid and Matthew Taylor in place of Abdoulaye Faye and Henri Lansbury. Manuel Almunia made his home debut after signing on loan from Arsenal. There was also a first start ....

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Hammers Earn Point At Palace

Following the defeat to Ipswich Town on Tuesday night, at Selhurst Park this afternoon, West Ham United conceded a goal in each half to Crystal Palace but pegged them back twice to earn a point. Sam Allardyce made four changes from the game at Upton Park four days ago as he included emergency loan signing Manuel Almunia who came in to replace Robert Green in goal. Julien Faubert fitted into ....

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Hammers Miss Out On Top Spot

After an unconvincing win over Peterborough United on Saturday, West Ham United suffered only their second defeat of the season when Ipswich town once again inflicted a last minute winner at Upton Park on Tuesday night. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the team that was selected against the Posh. Sam Baldock made his home debut since joining the club in the January transfer window, David ....

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Hammers Pass Posh Test

As I referred to in my preview to this game this was the game that really mattered to me personally as my brother happens to be a big Peterborough United fan. After the draw at Millwall last weekend West Ham United picked up another home win and to go with that their first home clean sheet of the season as they beat the Posh 1-0 at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. One change was made by Sam ....

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Den Trip Ends In Stalemate

After scoring goals for fun away from home, West Ham United's 100% record on the road has been ended but they still remain unbeaten away from Upton Park, after a goalless draw at the New Den saw them miss out on the chance to go top of the npower Championship this afternoon. Sam Allardyce made one change from the 4-3 home victory against Portsmouth seven days ago. Winston Reid dropped to the ....

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Hammers Lift Home Hoodoo

After beating Nottingham Forest 4-1 in their last championship outing before the international break, West Ham United recorded their first victory at home since the 3-0 success over Stoke City on 5 March, by narrowly beating Portsmouth 4-3 on Saturday afternoon. Although Sam Allardyce signed four new players before the summer transfer window closed, only three of them were included in the match ....

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Hammers Brush Forest Aside

West Ham United will go into their next game at home to Portsmouth after the International break, looking to build on the 4-1 away victory at Nottingham Forest on Sunday afternoon. That success, means it is now three successive matches on the road without defeat; a noteable achievement considering that they have only won 3 away matches during the last two campaigns! Sam Allardyce only made two ....

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Hammers Lead But Exit Cup

Sam Allardyce made nine changes for the match. He named the likes of Julien Faubert, Pablo Barrera, Junior Stanislas, Freddie Sears, Ruud Boffin, John Carew and George McCartney, while he also included experience in Kevin Nolan, Frederic Piquionne and Winston Reid. James Tomkins also missed out, acadamy graduate Callum McNaughton was preferred to him. Although West Ham showed glimpses of good ....

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Hammers Let It Slip At Home Again

Leeds were coming back into the game and went close on 13 minutes, when a miss-kick eventually found its way to Robert Snodgrass whose shot hit the angle of post and crossbar on its way over. Minutes later West Ham really should have had a penalty when Hammers target Max Gradel clearly had a handful of James Tomkins shirt. The home fans violently appealed for a penalty but the referee wasn't ....

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Hammers Motor Up To 3rd With Watford Win!

After their win against Doncaster Rovers on Saturday, West Ham United made it back-to-back away wins for the first time since 2007 as they beat Watford 4-0 on Tuesday night. Sam Allardyce decided to make one change from the team that started at the Keepmoat stadium three days earlier by replacing Frederic Piquionne with Carlton Cole. The Hammers started almost as frantically as they began ....

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Watford Match Preview

After Saturday's 1-0 victory over Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium, West Ham United will be looking to repeat that success when they come up against Watford at Vicarage Road tonight. Although the Hammers recorded back-to-back victories against Liverpool and Stoke City they have not recorded back-to-back victories on the road since 2007. When West Ham and Watford last met the Hornets had ....

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Hammers Up And Running

West Ham United confirmed their first away win since the 2nd February as they came through, what proved to be a tricky fixture, against Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium this afternoon. Sam Allerdyce made one change from the team that lost to Cardiff City last weekend, bringing in Jack Collison for Freddie Sears, who dropped to the bench. The Hammers took over 3000 fans, who packed the ....

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Carew Arrives As Hammers Make Poor Start

Having been installed as joint favourites with Leicester City for the Npower Championship title and I personally having said in the match preview for the game on Saturday that this season can't be any worse than the last campaign, it certainly didn't start well as the Hammers lost the match 1-0 thanks to a last minute winner by Kenny Miller for Cardiff City. With John Carew confirmed as the ....

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Hammers End Season In Dissapointing Fashion

West Ham United would have gone in to Sunday afternoon\'s home game with Sunderland hoping that they could put on a performance for the fans. With Avram Grant gone, together with Kevin Keen taking charge temporarily, that\'s exactly what the fans would have expected. However, the game was to reflect how the past nine months had gone and the Hammers ended the season with a 3-0 defeat. Keen\'s ....

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