Kelechi Iheanacho
10 January 2018
For every great deal there are at least as many bad ones – and the below certainly haven't fulfilled expectations so far this season. Behold, then, the worst transfers of the current Premier League season. With apologies to Steve Walsh...
19 December 2017
Danny Welbeck scored the only goal as Arsenal edged West Ham to advance to the EFL Cup's semi-finals.
9 December 2017
Joe Hart could be facing a battle to retain his place as England's number one, having been left out of West Ham's side to face Chelsea.
29 November 2017
David Seaman warned against removing Joe Hart as England's number one and called for respect to be shown to the West Ham goalkeeper.
24 November 2017
West Ham won the backing of a voluble London Stadium crowd as they battled to a draw against Leicester in David Moyes' first home game.
14 November 2017
England goalkeeper Joe Hart praised his inexperienced defence, including Joe Gomez, after they kept Neymar and company quiet at Wembley.
13 October 2017
Joe Hart is an easy target and is unappreciated, according to West Ham manager Slaven Bilic.
7 October 2017
Despite reports Jack Wilshere could be a wildcard World Cup pick, Gareth Southgate played down the Arsenal midfielder's selection chances.
6 October 2017
Our mole says it’s hard for a manager to drop his skipper – and some don’t have the minerals


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