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  1. A tribute to Dylan Tombides

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham United have sadly announced that young Dylan Tombides has passed away at the criminally young age of 20 from testicular cancer; an illness the youngster had bravely battled against since first being diagnosed in the summer of 2011. It was...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  2. Hammers come up short at the Emirates

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham continued a recent poor habit against Arsenal, going ahead against the Gunners but eventually succumbing to the FA Cup finalists in a 3-1 defeat. - Report: Arsenal 3-1 West Ham - Delaney: Three things: Arsenal vs. West Ham This is the...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  3. Same old story in Emirates test

    Peter Thorne

    The inevitability of the comment was such that I was actually sitting waiting for it. Sure enough, the little epithet duly arrived from the TV commentator during the first half of the extra 30 minutes of Saturday evening's FA cup semi-final between A...

    Blog | April 13, 2014
  4. Taylor-made refereeing

    Peter Thorne

    Ever keen to go against the flow -- it's been a problem for me since I was a child, so blame my mother -- I'm not at all disappointed to see the debate going on over the standard of refereeing displayed at last weekend's game against Liverpool at Upt...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  5. Hammers pay the penalty

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham were unable to stop Liverpool in a 2-1 loss at Upton Park, but they can be pleased overall with a battling performance that could have brought a point but for two Steven Gerrard penalties, scored with some coolness in a match filled with con...

    Blog | April 06, 2014
  6. Carroll earns the cheers

    Peter Thorne

    There was no sign of booing from the away fans as West Ham United left Sunderland to rapturous applause with all three points in a 2-1 win, built on the back of a sterling defensive display and a man-of-the-match performance from Andy Carroll. - R...

    Blog | March 31, 2014
  7. The Allardyce conundrum

    Peter Thorne

    It would be too grandiose to say that there is a battle for the soul of West Ham going on -- that one was fought when Terence Brown introduced the Bond Scheme during the tenure of Billy Bonds -- but there is at least a definite movement in place; one...

    Blog | March 28, 2014
  8. Confusion reigns in Hammers win

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham were booed off the pitch, despite gaining a vital 2-1 win against 10-man Hull City in a bizarre evening of football at Upton Park. Hammers' boss Sam Allardyce couldn't understand how his victorious team were jeered off after what he descr...

    Blog | March 26, 2014
  9. Hapless Hammers and the slides of March

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham United continue to look nervously over their shoulder as February's golden month has given way to the slide of March. David Moyes was able to see his Manchester United team run out comfortable 2-0 winners at the Boleyn Ground, defeating a po...

    Blog | March 22, 2014
  10. Chants of a lifetime

    Peter Thorne

    It sometimes seems as if whole generations have come and gone without West Ham winning anything. It's not strictly accurate, of course, but even so it's a rare week when the Hammers find themselves topping polls and winning awards. Despite the last c...

    Blog | March 17, 2014
  11. Awayday despair for Allardyce

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham slumped to a successive away defeat, losing 3-1 to a Stoke City side who have done the double over the Hammers this season. The home side were probably good value for their win, although Sam Allardyce was rightly angry after the match about ...

    Blog | March 15, 2014
  12. Hammers hoping for a Britannia reversal

    Peter Thorne

    There's a sense of symmetry about West Ham's visit to Stoke this weekend. Back at the end of August -- after a healthy start to the campaign -- the Hammers lost 1-0 to the Potters' at Upton Park in a manner that suggested a winter of discontent wa...

    Blog | March 13, 2014
  13. Football fleecing

    Peter Thorne

    It's been a quiet week for West Ham with Hull's efforts in the FA Cup meaning the Hammers have a break they would probably rather have done without. Doubtless though, in a World Cup year, there will be talk of burn-out and winter breaks and all the o...

    Blog | March 11, 2014
  14. Hammers run ends at Goodison Park

    Peter Thorne

    West Ham's fine streak of results came to an end at Goodison Park as Everton ran out 1-0 winners on the back of a Romelu Lukaku goal in the 81st minute. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce will be ruing the return of the Belgian International, who had ...

    Blog | March 01, 2014
  15. Un-Ravel-ling the mystery

    Peter Thorne

    This blog has been loath to get involved in the Ravel Morrison situation, an unfortunate mess that has given rise to countless rumours and has ended -- for the time being at least -- with the player joining QPR on loan till the end of the season. It'...

    Blog | February 27, 2014
  16. Hammers hopes spring eternal

    Peter Thorne

    There's nothing quite like the pleasure of getting away for a mid-winter break and returning to find a season that was in danger of going completely off the rails is being fully restored, with the train -- if you'll excuse the strained tautology -- n...

    Blog | February 24, 2014