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Happy St Patrick’s Day! The Irish Hammers throughout the years

Saturday is St. Patrick’s Day.

And to mark the occasion here is a selection of some Irishmen who have represented the club throughout the years. (more…)

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2016-17 League One predictions

So it’s that time of the year again.

That period of the season where everyone is full of hope and optimism, and all sides are tied on the same amount of points. (more…)

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The second coming of the Academy of Football

The future’s bright…

I have to say, under Sam Allardyce, I was really worried about the future of our Academy at West Ham United. (more…)

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2015-16 League One predictions

With magazines, newspapers, sports channels, social media pages and pundits predicting final league standings for 2015-16 before the campaign started.

RainhamEndViews decided to be a little different. (more…)

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Justin Edinburgh; The stats, the gaffer, the right man

And so the dust settles on another season.

Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Notts County the culmination of another campaign of ups and downs. (more…)

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The football factory

When you see an Aston Martin, you see years of careful engineering.

Tweaked time and time again, from its initial creative design to the finished product in the showroom. (more…)

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Mind yer eyes! Probably the worst football shirts of all time #3

Horrific football shirts from the 1990’s.

Examples of fashion-gone-bad from the Football League. (more…)

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League Cup final preview – Manchester City vs Sunderland

The League Cup, the other cup, the Mickey Mouse Cup.

For those associated with teams that have been eliminated, English football’s second domestic knockout competition has long been treated as a farce. (more…)

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Darren Ferguson bemoans fans’ ‘disrespect’ for Posh’s start

Peterborough United boss, Darren Ferguson has branded the club’s fans “disrespectful” in the manner in which they have greeted the London Road side’s start to the season.

Ferguson commented: “I think our fans are quite disrespectful to the league. I didn’t like the atmosphere [against Shrewsbury, on Saturday], I think our fans think we’re going to win 6-0 every game. It’s impossible to do that. I don’t think my players get anywhere near enough credit.” (more…)

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Five managers and a chicken

Entering the 2012/2013 season, few could have expected just what would happen at Blackburn Rovers over the ensuing 9 months.

Records were broken, interior battles were fought, and a legal case highlighted just how perilous the clubs situation currently is. (more…)

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Blackburn Rovers’ moment of truth

Out of the FA Cup and sliding down the league, once again Blackburn Rovers find themselves heading in the wrong direction.

With derby day on the horizon Toby Wilding looks at the issues facing the club, the potential outcomes of the most important match of the season, and ponders an unthinkable question. (more…)

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Birmingham City’s two biggest games of the season

Blues’ next two games in the Npower Championship are without a doubt our two biggest of the season so far.

Birmingham City currently find themselves in a very awkward position and nervously looking over their shoulder at the relegation zone below. But we just can’t seem to pull away. (more…)

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A Bluebirds eye view of table topping Cardiff City

It was a largely forgettable scoreless draw. But it could turn out to be one of the key Npower Championship results of the season.

Leaders Cardiff City’s point versus Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium in West Yorkshire has made up the minds of numerous pundits as to what division the Welsh club will be playing their football in next season. (more…)

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Barnet half season review 2012/13

28 games in, and Barnet are sitting in 20th place in League Two, two positions above their favoured perch of 22nd.

This season, as per usual, has had its fair share twists, turns and surprises. (more…)

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High-flying Bluebirds look to avoid repeat of recent Posh slip-ups

As they prepare to host the Championship’s bottom side Peterborough United in front of a sell-out home crowd at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday ..

Cardiff will be well aware of freak results against the Posh at this time of the year which have all too often put the brakes on their impressive early-season form. (more…)

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