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West Ham Jul 20, 2014
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 Posted by Chris Wright
1 day ago

Chris Kamara completely ignores Jeff Stelling three times

As you're no doubt aware, as far as his live broadcasting career goes, Chris Kamara has a reputation for being a little bit, shall we say ... unpredictable.

Need we remind you of the infamous "Fratton Park Incident" in 2010, wherein an utterly bewildered Kamara, stationed at Portsmouth's ground as Sky Sports' roving reporter, somehow managed to completely miss Pompey defender Anthony Vanden Borre being red-carded against Blackburn: the sole moment of note in an otherwise featureless 0-0 draw.

Ev...

1 day ago

West Ham inept and toothless in loss against Southampton

Morgan Schneiderlin scored twice as Southampton beat West Ham 3-1.

Just before kickoff at Upton Park in the match against Southampton, the stadium announcer excitedly released the news that Alex Song had been signed on a yearlong loan from Barcelona. As Song ran onto the pitch to accept the plaudits from a surprised Boleyn crowd, it was revealed that the former Arsenal midfielder had signed at lunchtime.

It's a shame the signature came too late to allow one of the club's prematch on-pitch interviews, as I would have loved to have heard the answer to the imagin...

3 days ago

FA Cup win among the goals for West Ham co-owner David Gold

The ESPN FC crew looks back to the accomplishments of Bobby Moore, who played for West Ham United for more than 10 years and was captain of the England team that won the 1966 World Cup.

LONDON -- Modern Premier League owners are not known for having patience with their managers, and fewer still have a desire to fend off the razor-sharp barbs that fly when a touchline tactician comes under pressure, yet West Ham co-chairman David Gold has long been a little different from the rest.

Along with his business partner, David Sullivan, the 77-year-old Gold has never been the type to pull the trigger on a manager whose results dip, with his record as a decision-maker at Birmingham City...

4 days ago

Saints a mirror visit for West Ham

Southampton are the visitors to Upton Park next, and this is something of an intriguing fixture with West Ham manager Sam Allardyce struggling to decide his best eleven while the Saints try to find a new one.

Adding to the fascination for this column is a family connection that sees this blogger's son living just a stone's throw from St. Mary's, and regular visits to the city over the past four or five seasons have meant that watching the re-birth of Southampton from their League One days has...

5 days ago

Questions raised by West Ham cup loss

Stewart Downing's expression summed up West Ham's evening in the Capital One Cup against Sheffield United.

West Ham supporters have had their fair share of cup heartache at the hands of lower-league sides over the years, and although the 5-4 penalty shootout loss to Sheffield United in the Capital One Cup second round on Tuesday was far from being the worst of them, the defeat to a club the fans desperately wanted to beat was galling.

The visiting supporters will have enjoyed the evening, though, despite suffering a torrid night of taunts about Carlos Tevez. Enner Valencia's penalty at the end of...

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6 days ago

Bobby Moore: The natural leader

The ESPN FC crew looks back to the accomplishments of Bobby Moore, who played for West Ham United for more than 10 years and was captain of the England team that won the 1966 World Cup.

Who is the greatest captain of all time? From Aug. 18-29, ESPN FC will reveal its 10-man shortlist of the finest skippers to have graced the game, before conducting a vote for the winner. The result will be revealed on Sept. 1.


It is one of the defining images of an England skipper. His shirt is soaked in blood, dyeing a white kit red. His personal courage made him the epitome of a thou-shalt-not-pass ethos that enabled his side to keep a clean sheet.

That was Terry Butcher against Sweden in 19...