Profiling West Ham United New Boy Pablo Fornals

  West Han United have announced the signing of twenty-three year old Spaniard Pablo Fornals from Villarreal. The BBC have stated that The Hammers have tied the player down to a five year deal and will pay an initial £24m for Fornals. The player himself told the club’s website that he was happy to be […]

Felipe Anderson Adds Much Needed Flair To West Ham United

  Some people queried at the start of the season; what does new signing Felipe Anderson bring to West Ham United? The Hammers endured a tough start to their Premier League campaign and a few started to question the decision to splash out around £35m for the Brazilian. Yet the London side soon hit their […]

West Ham United Need To Do All They Can To Keep Declan Rice

West Ham United are a club with a rich history of producing top talent. We’ve seen Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Trevor Brooking, Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole and many more stars blossom after coming through the Hammers youth set-up. One of the latest to come off of the great academy conveyor belt has been defensive midfielder […]

Felipe Anderson Fast Becoming West Ham United’s New Paolo Di Canio

West Ham United impressively put Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United to the sword as The Hammers claimed their first home victory of the Premier League season. One player that had a big say in West Ham’s win and who is also fast becoming a fan favourite is Brazilian attacker Felipe Anderson. The summer signing was always […]

West Ham Utd Need To Stick With Manuel Pellegrini If They Want Exciting Football

I heard a West Ham United fan on Saturday stating that The Hammers didn’t need ‘tippy tappy football’ and needed to be more pragmatic and dig deep to win games. Just last season the same set of supporters were unhappy with disciplined coach David Moyes, even though the Scotsman managed to guide the team safely […]

Can New Boss Manuel Pellegrini Get West Ham United Into The Top Eight?

It’s fair to say that West Ham United fans didn’t really enjoy the 2017-18 season. The team looked disjointed and stale under former boss Slaven Bilic, while the Croat’s replacement David Moyes steered The Hammers away from relegation his style was often criticised. The whole club was in a slump as the support moaned about the owners […]

Should Everton Go For Young Or Old When Picking A New Manager?

So after yet another embarrassing defeat it seems like everyone at Everton is counting down the days until the last fixture of this current campaign and the inevitable sacking of boss Roberto Martinez that will follow the final whistle. The discontent in the Goodison terraces has been audible all year. At a time some fans […]

Could Pep Guardiola’s Shadow Cost Man City The Premier League Title?

It seems like an open secret that no matter what happens between now and the end of season, that Pep Guardiola will takeover the manager’s position at Manchester City this summer. The Spaniard confirmed over the festive period that he will be leaving Bayern Munich in May and is looking to manage in the English […]

Man City Find Themselves In Unfamiliar Champions League Territory

The Champions League has, on the whole, been something of a struggle for Manchester City since they first booked a seat at European football’s top table with a third-place Premier League finish back in 2010/11. Of their four forays into the competition prior to this season, only once can they claim to have enjoyed a […]

Pellegrini Is Foolish For Calling Chelsea A Small Team

‘When we play against Chelsea I say the impression is we play against a small team with very good players,’ ‘Every person is different. For me, a big team which has possession of the ball must try to score more goals, must try always to win. It is different ways of thinking.’ I really can’t […]