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West Ham United’s cup-winning captains

Only two players in West Ham’s long history have had the chance to lift the FA Cup.

Here is the profile of the men who wore the armband on the greatest days in the club’s history. (more…)

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Idle thoughts on the managerial merry-go-round

In reporting the sacking of Slaven Bilic..

The East London and West Essex Guardian noted that David Moyes was ‘likely to become just the Hammers 16th boss in 117 years’. (more…)

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Worst XI – The strikers Part 1: Goal-shy strikers

West Ham’s recent history is littered with poor strikers.

Completely over shadowed by the ghosts of the past, the next big thing has often crumbled under the pressure despite big reputations and even bigger pay packets. (more…)

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Premier League clubs in the Champions League

A lot has been said about the Premier League.

And how English clubs fair in the Europe’s elite competition, The Champions League. (more…)

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Euro 2016: Roy Hodgson a baffling England coach from start to finish

England 1 Iceland 2.

It is a result which has caused headlines around the world. (more…)

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Tottenham Hotspur 2014-15 end of season review

As the dust settles on another campaign, will the fans of Tottenham Hotspur be happy?

Was 2014-15 a success? Did they see progress under yet another new gaffer? (more…)

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10 worst Premier League Summer signings

Here are the 10 worst Premier League signings from last summer’s transfer window.

They are in no particular order. Is there anyone who you think should be on the list? (more…)

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QPR – The 104 year plan

I haven’t blogged about QPR of late.

This is for several reasons, one being a career change. (more…)

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Premier League 2014-15 half-term review

At the start of a new calendar year,

Surely there’s no better time to assess who has and hasn’t enjoyed the Premier League 2014/15 season to date. (more…)

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Will Erik Lamela’s ‘Bale-esque’ winner be turning point‏ for midfielder?

Cutting in from the right hand side onto his favoured left-foot..

A swift dip of the shoulder gave him the half-yard he needed to unleash a curling shot past the bewildered goalkeeper from 25-yards to win the game for the Spurs. (more…)

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Chelsea continue to lead the way but invincible they are not, yet

Chelsea continued their unbeaten start to the season with a hard-fought win over QPR at Stamford Bridge.

Causing the number of fans ready to crown them Premier League champions to increase, before a quarter of the season has been played. (more…)

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Can Southampton break the top four monopoly?

For years many have tried and failed with only but a few success stories.

No, I’m not talking about scoring a date with Mila Kunis but instead, breaking the top four monopoly in the Premier League. (more…)

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Louis van Gaal’s plan becomes clearer

Manchester United duly registered a first victory against QPR.

However, the R’s were poor just as they were away to Spurs, offering little ambition or resistance. (more…)

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Premier League 2014/15 Preview – Part 1

With the new Premier League season set to get underway,

It is time to look at the teams taking part and gauge their chances for the season ahead. (more…)

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Will the vicious cycle continue at Tottenham Hotspur?

When the news broke that Mauricio Pochettino was going to be the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur,

One thought immediately crossed my mind, “Here we go again!” (more…)

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