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  1. Transfers - Please Vote

    Or a Preseason draft
  2. West Ham picked up a valuable 3 points at home against Bournemouth with a 1 nil win in there 15th game of the Wolf league, the solitary goal was scored by striker Mothiba who is slowly proving his worth. This took the Hammers to 22 points five behind leaders Palace who West Ham visit next. The stats show more goals should of been scored but the win was essential to make a challenge. West Ham continued there winning run for a change with a creditable win at leaders Crystal Palace to blow the league wide open with two games left, with Leicester City drawing at Bournemouth there was just 2 points separating the top 4 sides. But it was a terrible start for the Hammers with the normally reliable Austin missing a penalty in the first minute. But a few minutes later Valencia scored to give them the lead but Palace's Townsend soon drew the scores ievel. Then defender Darmian scored to make it 2-1 with all goals scored within 4 minutes. So it was a long first and second half for the Hammers to hold on for a memorable win to give them a chance at winning the league. Next up Leicester City in a crunch game.
  3. JET CUP (Season 11)

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  4. LMS - Game 3

    Man City
  5. West Ham 2 V 3 Chelsea With home advantage in the first leg against Tiger League bottom side Chelsea it didn't start well for them. Within two minutes the Blues scored through Dybala which silenced the home crowd at the London Stadium and this then forced the Hammers to change there tactics which then saw them take control and equalize in the 36th minute through top scorer Austin to level matters. The second half began just like the first with Dybala hitting his second to retake the lead. But once again the Hammers equalized with fellow forward Jese scoring this time. But it was the Tiger League side who scored with minutes left through Aguero for them to take a one goal advantage to Stamford Bridge for the second leg.
  6. The fourteenth game of the Wolf League resulted in two of West Ham's players sent off, Mothiba and Eriksen, to compound another woeful away performance to the annoyance of the fans who had travelled to Turf Moor and a defeat by 1 goal to nil. The fans are becoming increasingly frustrated by there team and with a FMFA Cup semi final coming up next are wondering how they managed to get that far considering there latest results.
  7. At home to struggling Huddersfield in the 13th game of the season in the Wolf league, should of brought a home win and and three points but a MOM performance by Rob Green the Huddersfield keeper put a stop to that and ended in a nil all draw. The strikers couldn't find a way past Green which is disappointing after a confidence boosting Cup run that saw the hammers make the semi final of the FMFA Cup. These games they have to take advantage of and get the win but as the title says no consistency.
  8. After taking a small lead, 3 - 2, to Goodison Park in this second leg tie, the pressure was all on Everton to take the game to West Ham to stake there place in the semi final of the FMFA Cup. But it was the back of Evertons keeper, Moraes, that gave West Ham a crucial away goal when the ball came off the post and then the keepers back. But the Toffees hit back through Anderson to give them encouragement but it was all even at half time. West Ham managed to contain Everton in a tight second half with only a few half chances for either side and West Ham went through to the semi final on aggregate 4-3.
  9. West Ham traveled to the Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City in the 12th game of the Wolf League and came away with a unexpected win by a solitary goal. The goal was scored early in the first half by the ever reliable Will Grigg, whose a played a bit part for most of the season but will always come up trumps when in the starting lineup with crucial goals and this was one of them. Man City will feel aggrieved they didn't get anything out of the game looking at there shots on target. But it's the ones that go in that count. This took the Hammers up to third place. The youths continued there poor form with a loss at Chelsea 1 nil and remain second from bottom by just 3 points.
  10. Round 21 Saturday 31st Mar12:30 Crystal Palace v Liverpool 0 3 15:00 Brighton v Leicester 1 2 15:00 Manchester Utd v Swansea 2 1 15:00 Newcastle v Huddersfield 1 0 15:00 Watford v Bournemouth 0 2 15:00 WBA v Burnley 0 2 15:00 West Ham v Southampton 2 0 17:30 Everton v Manchester City 0 3Sunday 1st April13:30 Arsenal v Stoke City 2 1 16:00 Chelsea v Tottenham 1 1
  11. Back to League Action

    Eleventh game my bad
  12. Back to League Action

    In West Ham's tenth game in the Wolf League they faced Stoke City and in a up and down game, which consisted of 2 early goals by both sides, Close for the Hammers and Benzema for the Potters, there was also 2 red cards, one each for both sides, Jese and Martial. So a draw was a fair result with all that went on. This didn't change the league positions of either teams but still within reach of the top 3. Stoke will probably feel the most disappointed having more of the play and chances but West Ham held on for a share of the points. West Hams new signing, striker Mothiba, has yet to open his account for the Hammers but is putting in the work on the training ground and just needs that bit of luck to start a run of scoring goals which will come.
  13. West Ham were at home to Tiger League opposition side Everton in which turned out to be an entertaining affair with the Hammers running out 3-2 winners. It was Everton who started the scoring with calamity goalkeeper Adrian seeing his save rebound off his back to give Everton the lead through Foulds. West Ham went on the attack to try and even the scoring and it was that man again Austin who scored the equalizer on the half hour. The Hammers pressed for another before the break but they went in all square. It wasn't long into the second half that Austin scored his second of the game to take the lead with help through attacking midfielder Eriksen, but the Toffees were putting great pressure on the Hammers defence but against the run of play it was that man again Austin hitting his third of the game to take a 3-1 lead going into the latter stages of the second half. West Ham then took there foot off the pedal which let Everton pile the pressure on and with ten minutes to go Mirallas scored Everton's second to make the final score 3-2. A good win for West Ham but still a lot to do at Goodison Park in the second leg.
  14. West Ham's new signing, forward Mothiba, made his debut against Sunderland in the second leg of the FMFA Cup but was upstaged by out of form striker Austin who awoke from his goalless slumber to hit both goals in there 2-0 win to send them into the quarter finals. After an indifferent start to the season with the Hammers forwards not doing the business the arrival of more competition for places seemed to have, at least for Austin, spurred them on now there is places on the bench that need warming. The tenth game of the Wolf League took the Hammers to Villa Park and came away, against the run of play, with a 3-2 win with three different scorers, Scheiderlin, Rami and Jese, another striker who seems motivated with the arrival of Mothiba. This win took West Ham up to fifth place just 3 points off top place. The youths faced third place Stoke City and came away with a creditable draw but still remain second from bottom. Hopefully they can build on this performance and start picking up wins.
  15. LMS - Game 3

    Liverpool
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