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Hammers fans want season over

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 By Peter Thorne

West Ham remember Cup Winners' Cup glory 50 years on

West Ham won the European Cup Winners Cup at Wembley after beating TSV Munich with two goals from Alan Sealey.

May 19 marks the 50th anniversary of West Ham United's greatest night -- their 2-0 win over TSV Munich 1860 at Wembley in the European Cup Winners' Cup final a feast of attacking football and progressive ideas.

It set the template for England's victory in the World Cup a year later and is lauded as one of English club football's finest moments.

West Ham had won the FA Cup in 1964 with an unconvincing 3-2 win over Second Division Preston North End. Bobby Moore lifted the trophy and the victory allowed...

 By Peter Thorne

Late Everton loss shows West Ham can't look to Europe with hope

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce bemoans not being given a penalty kick and heaps praise on Leon Osman.

West Ham finished the league season at Upton Park in the same way they started it back in August. In the opening game of the campaign, the Hammers lost 1-0 to Spurs following an injury time winner. In going down to a 93rd minute strike against Everton, the Hammers have highlighted a pattern that has repeated itself too often in the intervening period.

It would be a tad harsh to suggest that conceding late goals has defined West Ham's season, but Sam Allardyce could have counted on another six to...

 By Peter Thorne

Fair play and European allure add spice to West Ham-Everton

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce was very frusturated with his side's lack of goal scoring the past few weeks including their 1-0 loss to Aston Villa.

West Ham are in a fairly unique predicament as they prepare to face Everton in the last home game of the 2014-15 campaign.

Normally this would be seen as a tepid end-of-season mid-table affair, with the only interest being if the Hammers can remain in the top ten of the Premier League. As Everton arrive a place behind, just three points back and with a slightly inferior goal difference, West Ham could be caught if Everton keep up their usual good form at the Boleyn.

This time though, thanks to...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham wishing for season to end after another defeat

Sam Allardyce bemoaned his lack of firepower up front following West Ham's 1-0 loss at Aston Villa.
Sam Allardyce bemoaned his lack of firepower up front following West Ham's 1-0 loss at Aston Villa.

West Ham lost 1-0 at Villa Park to a spirited Aston Villa side, who looked hungrier and sharper on Saturday.

The Hammers' only away victory in 2015 has been against Bristol City in the FA Cup and the team haven't won on the road in the league since a 2-1 victory against West Brom at the beginning of December. It's an arid run that has fans wishing for the season to end.

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Inevitably as often seems to happen at this time of the season, the team supposedly facing relegation found the extra edge. Villa...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham must keep Aaron Cresswell admit Chelsea and Man City interest

West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell has featured in 39 matches since signing from Ipswich last summer.

Aaron Cresswell has deservedly won the coveted Hammer of the Year award for 2014-15. The former Ipswich defender has had a superb first season in the Premier League and his worth to the team was also underlined by winning the Players' Player of the Season trophy.

When boss Sam Allardyce paid an undisclosed fee for the Liverpool-born defender last summer, nobody was too surprised. After all, Cresswell had won the Player of the Year award at the Suffolk club in 2014 and his performances had attracted...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham move closer to 50 points to boost Sam Allardyce

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce reflects on his side's 1-0 win over Burnley and admits they should have won by more.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce reflects on his side's 1-0 win over Burnley and admits they should have won by more.

West Ham secured their first home and away double of the season and completed their second successive clean sheet in a 1-0 victory over bottom of the table Burnley on Saturday.

It wasn't a convincing victory and Sam Allardyce might have to thank referee Jon Moss for producing a red card for Michael Duff, meaning Burnley had to battle on for 70 minutes with 10 men. It says much for the bottom of the table Clarets that they never looked a man short.

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The Hammers were celebrating 50 years since their...