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  1. Two Coles light up Irons

    Peter Thorne

    During Saturday's thumping 3-0 demolition of Fulham at Upton Park, it occurred to me that many West Ham supporters might have cast their memories back to when they were younger. Of course, not to the glory days of free-flowing football under Ron G...

    Blog | December 01, 2013
  2. Fresh Carroll injury worry

    Peter Thorne

    The first mention appeared on the unofficial sites by mid-afternoon, tweets and Facebook messages passed the story on; some of those spreading the rumours suffered severe abuse from those not yet up to speed on the facts although, to be fair, the "My...

    Blog | September 09, 2013
  3. Don't panic!

    Peter Thorne

    Let's take the positive view, shall we? West Ham United -- alone out of the mighty of the Premier league -- was the only club well-organised enough to make sure they carried out their transfer activity away from the mayhem of the last day, thus ensur...

    Blog | September 03, 2013
  4. Hammers coast through opener

    Peter Thorne

    The first game of a new season; common-sense, logic, statistics and history tell you that it's just another match and nothing that happens in this game necessarily determines the way the season will pan out. But the football fan's mind is an odd t...

    Blog | August 17, 2013
  5. Wonder Bale pinches it

    Peter Thorne

    It's easy to get fanciful on a night such as this but, from any point of view, you'd have to think that this match would have produced a smile -- rueful or not -- on the face of Bobby Moore had he been able to see it. A game from the old days -- a...

    Blog | February 25, 2013
  6. Relax!

    Peter Thorne

    As many suspected when the third Round FA Cup draw was made back in December, the last Saturday in January sees West Ham United with an enforced rest day. Still, it's good news for the overworked blogger and the tired aching, limbs of the players who...

    Blog | January 26, 2013
  7. All square as Rangers hold out

    Peter Thorne

    It says much about the strange state of affairs involving supporting West Ham United that the home team seemed to go into this game as underdogs. Harry Redknapp's hold over his old club, coupled with the unexpected signing of Loic Remy -- a man wh...

    Blog | January 19, 2013
  8. Late van Persie strike deflates the Hammers

    Peter Thorne

    The words "Four minutes!? Where do you get four minutes from?" were barely past my lips, when Ryan Giggs unleashed a killer long ball -- I assume it wasn't an aimless punt -- for Robin van Persie to superbly control and stroke underneath Jussi Jaaske...

    Blog | January 05, 2013
  9. Return of the prodigal ahead of FA Cup tie

    Peter Thorne

    The likely return of Joe Cole to the West Ham ranks is one of those gambles that could pay off spectacularly or could otherwise in tears. - Joe Cole having Hammers medical When Cole left at the end of the 2003 relegation season, it marked the e...

    Blog | January 03, 2013
  10. Return of the prodigal ahead of FA Cup tie

    Peter Thorne

    The likely return of Joe Cole to the West Ham ranks is one of those gambles that could pay off spectacularly or could otherwise in tears. - Joe Cole having Hammers medical When Cole left at the end of the 2003 relegation season, it marked the end o...

    Blog | January 03, 2013