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Spygate takes another turn as Marcelo Bielsa admits to spying on all of Leeds United’s rivals

English football’s spygate saga has taken another turn.

After Leeds United manager Marco Bielsa admitted to spying on all opponents in the lead up to matches. (more…)

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UEFA unveils new ‘more inclusive’ club competition format

More clubs across Europe will soon get to experience continental competition.

After UEFA announced a new club competition would begin in 2021. (more…)

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Forget claret carpets and honours boards, West Ham are deflecting from real stadium issue

West Ham United have been at pains to make public the steps they are taking to make the London Stadium feel more like home.

The Hammers want the carpet pitch surround changed to claret. (more…)

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New report alleges Qatar’s 2022 bid sought to sabotage Australian and USA efforts

Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 World Cup has become even further embroiled in controversy,

With a report from the UK’s Sunday Times claiming that the Qatari team bidding for the tournament ran a secret campaign to sabotage its competitors. (more…)

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World Cup: The tournament ball through the years

The greatest show on earth is about to kick off once again.

World Cup 2018 in Russia will feature 32 teams, competing in 64 games, at 12 stadiums across 11 cities. (more…)

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World Cup logos, posters and mascots through the years

How time flies! the World Cup is about to kick-off again in Moscow, Russia.

The Luzhniki Stadium will host the opening game between Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14th. (more…)

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A trip down memory lane

The year after West Ham won the FA Cup and had returned to the First Division,

I was deemed big enough to go to a football match on my own. (more…)

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The fascinating story of the other Upton Park

The Upton Park area of London has had close links with West Ham ever since the club moved to the ground in 1904.

Thanks to the statue of West Ham’s three World Cup winners, the area maintains a lasting monument to its contribution to what remains English football’s greatest achievement. (more…)

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‘Board in’, ‘Board out’ It’s time to shake it all about!

Fortunes always hiding, but will we ever find them?

Supporting West Ham United isn’t always an easy task. (more…)

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How David Gold and David Sullivan have committed the ultimate ownership sin

Ask people in the East End what life means to them.

The chances are they will immediately think of particular traditions that are embedded deep within their own culture. (more…)

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How grassroots football could be affected by new Premier League TV deal

It’s no revelation that football has become a money-oriented machine since the Premier League’s inception back in 1992.

This priority shift has seeped through from the top to the very bottom of the pool, helping create a wider gap between the elite and grassroots teams. (more…)

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Is fan funding the future?

First, you’re probably asking what is fan-funding?

Well, similar to crowdfunding it would allow regular people to have the influence that sponsors and board members have. (more…)

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Where are they now? Unsung FA Cup heroes of the 70’s

We take a look back at three Hammers FA Cup final stars from the 1970’s.

But where are they now? (more…)

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Gianni Infantino: Nothing to stop FIFA using VAR at 2018 World Cup

Gianni Infantino claims..

The successful use of VAR technology at the Confederations Cup could see it implemented for football’s grandest tournament in 2018. (more…)

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Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal would have won 2006 Champions League with VAR’s technology

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side of 2005-06 may have claimed Champions League glory.

If video assistant referees (VAR) had been introduced at an earlier time. (more…)

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