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West Ham United: Hammers News..!!

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posted on Sep, 11 2003 @ 12:08 PM
Newcastle left-back Wayne Quinn has joined West Ham on a month's loan.

Acting Hammers manager Trevor Brooking made no secret of the fact he was attempting to recruit Quinn or his Magpies team-mate Robbie Elliott ahead of the weekend's clash with Reading.


posted on Sep, 17 2003 @ 04:01 PM
Trevor Brooking has hinted Alan Pardew could be in charge at West Ham in time for this weekend's Nationwide Division One clash against Gillingham.

The Hammers caretaker guided his side to a fourth successive win at Crewe on Tuesday night, and then admitted it was probably his last game in charge.

Reading are refusing to accept Pardew's resignation but Brooking believes a deal to appoint Glenn Roeder's successor could me imminent.


posted on Sep, 17 2003 @ 04:05 PM
Well we have got off to a great start so far losing only one game....

Tuesday 16 September
Nationwide Division One
Crewe 0 West Ham 3 FT
Connolly 16 , 21
Etherington 25

Attend: 9,575 Half-time: 0-3

Saturday 13 September
Nationwide Division One
West Ham 1 Reading 0 FT
Dailly 17

Attend: 32,634 Half-time: 1-0

Saturday 30 August
Nationwide Division One
Ipswich 1 West Ham 2 FT
Wright 65
Defoe 21
Connolly 47

Attend: 29,679 Half-time: 0-1

Tuesday 26 August
Nationwide Division One
West Ham 1 Bradford 0 FT
Defoe 32

Attend: 30,370 Half-time: 1-0

Saturday 23 August
Nationwide Division One
Rotherham 1 West Ham 0 FT
Byfield 14

Attend: 8,739 Half-time: 1-0

Saturday 16 August
Nationwide Division One
West Ham 0 Sheff Utd 0 FT
Attend: 28,972 Half-time: 0-0

Wednesday 13 August
Carling Cup
First Round
West Ham 3 Rushden & D'monds 1 FT
Defoe 9
Connolly 14 , 78
Lowe 34

Attend: 13,715 Half-time: 2-1

Saturday 9 August
Nationwide Division One
Preston 1 West Ham 2 FT
Lewis 2
Defoe 5
Connolly 69

Attend: 18,246 Half-time: 1-1


posted on Oct, 2 2003 @ 03:33 PM
Well we are doing pretty good we are 4th in the league and we have won 6 drawn 2 lost 2 so not a bad start...

We won 3-0 yesterday with Neil Meloor scoring 2 and Jermaine Defoe getting the other...

Neil Mellor we got on loan from liverpool for the whole season,he is a up and comming young striker but before last nights game he looked pretty rubbish..He had missed a number of chances in the games before and looked a bit overweight and unfit,lets hope its the start of a goal glut for West ham,i mean with 3 strikers on form... Jermaine,Neil and David Connolly we will be unstoppable....

Connelly has been a great buy fron wimbledon for less than 300,000 he has scored 8 goals already....


posted on Oct, 18 2003 @ 04:39 PM
Well a draw for the hammers today and Trevor Brookings last game in charge,Alan Pardew takes over as the new west ham manager and Trevor has left him in a good position as we are 5th in the first div...
Lets hope he gets off to a good start next week as we need to get back in the winning ways...


posted on Oct, 26 2003 @ 05:28 AM
The first league clash between Cardiff and West Ham at Ninian Park for 22 years was not one that will live long in the memory.

The first half promised much as both sides went at each other with energy and destructive intent, but as the game wore on, both seemed to despair of finding a way through.

The two sides produced five goals in their previous encounter, a Carling Cup tie that the Londoners won 3-2 last month, but they were unable to match that spectacle.

It was a bright start for the visitors and Jermain Defoe forced a save out of Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Alexander with a left foot shot.

But West Ham manager Alan Pardew saw his pre-match planning undermined in the 13th minute when he had to withdraw nine-goal striker David Connolly, who injured his thigh shooting at goal and was replaced with Neil Mellor.

Soon afterwards the Bluebirds had their first real opening when Gavin Gordon nodded down to Mark Bonner in the box, but the midfielder lashed his shot well over the crossbar.

In the 23rd minute, David James came to the visitors' rescue, the England 'keeper saving well with his legs to keep out John Robinson's deflected shot.

Cardiff striker Gordon missed a golden headed chance in the 33rd minute after a swift break.

Robert Earnshaw broke into the West Ham half with pace and menace before finding Tony Vidmar in an advanced position on the right.

Vidmar flighted in a good cross with his left foot but the stooping Gordon directed his header just wide of the right-hand post.

Cardiff came out and dominated possession at the start of the second period, forcing West Ham back into their own half.

In the 52nd minute Gordon tried an audacious floating long-range shot but James was able to touch it over the crossbar.

There was an hour on the clock before West Ham roused themselves as an offensive force again.

Good work on the left from Matthew Etherington opened up Cardiff and, after he crossed, shooting chances opened up for both half-time substitute Robert Lee and Defoe but both saw their attempts cannon back off defenders.

Just after that Earnshaw had James scrambling low across his goal to keep out a right-footed volley.

Cardiff were unlucky not to take the lead in the 66th minute with a John Robinson shot from the edge of the box that skidded along the turf before bouncing away off a post.

That seemed to wake up West Ham and they began to get a foothold in the game again, but they found it difficult to penetrate City who defended in numbers when they had to.

Lee cut inside in the 76th minute and put in a swerving left-foot effort, but Alexander read the danger well and comfortably pushed the ball over.

With five minutes to go, Defoe had the ball in the net, but he was adjudged offside and his neat finish counted for nothing.


Cardiff Alexander, Croft, Vidmar, Gabbidon, Barker, Bonner, Kavanagh, Robinson, Langley, Gordon (Collins 89), Earnshaw.

Subs Not Used: Prior, Whalley, Gray, Margetson.

West Ham James, Stockdale, Repka, Dailly, Mullins (Lee 45), Etherington, Hutchison, Carrick, Quinn, Connolly (Mellor 13), Defoe, Mellor (Ferdinand 82).

Subs Not Used: Kilgallon, Bywater.

Booked: Stockdale, Dailly, Defoe.

Att: 19,202

Ref: M Ryan (Lancashire).

Well another draw for the Hammers it keeps us near the top of the table but we need to start picking up wins,i hope connelly is not badly injured a he has been one of our best players this season..


posted on Nov, 11 2003 @ 03:01 PM
West Ham are giving a trial to Tottenham midfielder Ben Bowditch.

The 19-year-old played for the reserves against Wimbledon this week and is out to impress Alan Pardew


posted on Nov, 11 2003 @ 03:03 PM
West Ham boss Alan Pardew has signed Robbie Stockdale on loan from Middlesbrough and signed Crystal Palace's Hayden Mullins on a permanent deal.

Stockdale joins the Hammers on a month's loan with a view to a permanent transfer and will fill a problem position for Pardew.But he got injured already and is out for a month..


posted on Nov, 11 2003 @ 03:05 PM
Brian Deane has joined First Division West Ham on a free transfer from Leicester City.

He played against West Brom and got a Hatrick

Only problem was one was in the wrong goal and we lost 4-3


posted on Nov, 11 2003 @ 03:06 PM
Moroccan international Mustapha Hadji has rejected a loan move to West Ham because he still believes he has a future at Aston Villa.

Hadji was wanted for a two-month spell by West Ham manager Alan Pardew which would have taken him up until the reopening of the transfer window in January.

But the 31-year-old, who has managed just 20 minutes of first-team football this season, believes he is still good enough to play in the Premiership.


posted on Nov, 11 2003 @ 03:23 PM

West Ham made an operating profit of 2.9million last season despite being relegated from the Barclaycard Premiership.

Chairman Terence Brown confirmed in a statement the club recorded a profit before player trading and after interest for the first time in four years over the year ending May 2003.

But the revelation will fuel the frustration of Hammers supporters who have long called for Brown to resign.

West Ham shareholders have hit back at claims by chairman Terence Brown that the club's financial future is secure, and will call for him to resign at the club's Annual General Meeting next month.

West Ham made pre-tax losses of 5.3 million last season prior to relegation from the Barclaycard Premiership, and the group claims this will continue unless Brown, finance director Nick Igoe and managing director Paul Aldridge all stand down.



posted on Nov, 25 2003 @ 04:01 PM
Well we ended up with another draw on saturday away to watford,and we played wimbledon tonight and guess what another draw,damm things are not looking to good we are hanging on in their in the top 10 but we need to start picking up wins..This saturday we got a tough game at home to wigan who are above us in the league and im going to see the game so i hope we get a win..


posted on Nov, 29 2003 @ 06:28 PM
Yessss the hammers finally got their first win under new manager alan pardew,we won 4-0 against wigan who were above us in the league so it was a great win for us..Lets hope we start picking our game up now..

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 07:21 AM
And what is this?


posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 11:47 AM
Soccer dude,its the team i support in england...West Ham United..

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 01:20 PM

Originally posted by TRD
Soccer dude,its the team i support in england...West Ham United..

Ohh thats cool. I suggest you just put it in posts though.

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 04:43 PM
West Ham will do ok,im sure they will be promoted but need to get in some new players again to stay in the premier league,still a long way to go in the season.


posted on Dec, 1 2003 @ 11:20 AM
Long way to go but this Marlon Harewood west ham got from Notts Forest looks a decent striker,it looks like defoe might go in january so they will have a bit of money to strenghten the squad,not sure how much but they should at least get 8 million for him.


posted on Dec, 1 2003 @ 05:51 PM
Yes i think its time for defoe to go he seems like he doesn't want to play for us anymore so its a waste of time having him.Not sure how we will fare in the premier league if we go up this season,we will have to make some decents signings to have a chance of staying up..

posted on Dec, 4 2003 @ 12:10 PM
They got a tough game comming away to west brom who are top of the league if the Hammers can win that it could really turn their season around,not that they are doing bad it would just give them a massive boost.

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