Posts Tagged "West Ham United"

Match Of The Week: Sunderland 1-0 West Ham United

By on Dec 6, 2010 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

They could have been forgiven for believing that they had turned a corner, of sorts. Going into this afternoon’s match at the Stadium Of Light, West Ham United had won two straight matches following a run of just one win since the end of September. Now that this particular semi-inflated balloon has been pricked, though, a feeling of claustrophobia has begun to...

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Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and The Olympic Stadium

By on Oct 6, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

A week ago, it all seemed to be just about decided. A public meeting with Haringey Council ended with a vote that was unanimously in favour of the planning proposals for the new Tottenham Hotspur on a site adjacent to their current ground on White Hart Lane. The plans now only have to be signed off by the Mayor of London in order to be able to begin. Spurs...

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The Premier League Previews 2010/11, Part 18: West Ham United – Owner Over-Occupied?

The Premier League Previews 2010/11, Part 18: West Ham United – Owner Over-Occupied?

By on Aug 13, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

It’s been an interesting few years when you look at the financial side, and the stewardship of West Ham United. When the club were last relegated in 2003, chairman Terence Brown played a canny hand when dealing with players exiting the club. Unlike other relegated clubs in previous seasons, who proclaimed a firesale the moment their fates had been sealed, and...

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Why Talk Of Tottenham And The Olympic Stadium Feels Wide Of The Mark

Why Talk Of Tottenham And The Olympic Stadium Feels Wide Of The Mark

By on Jul 26, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 18 comments

Supporters of  both Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United could have been forgiven for choking a little if they happened to see this article on the BBC’s website today. On the front page of the site was a story that would certainly leave both sets of supporters with a feeling that their hearts were beating in their throats – that Spurs were looking at...

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