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In brief - Friday's news round-up

Filed: Friday, 9th June 2017
By: Staff Writer #2

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Robert Snodgrass commits to West Ham despite tough start at London Stadium and interest from Brighton: 'I'm determined to make it a success'
Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass will remain at West Ham next season after discussions with manager Slaven Bilic.

West Ham fans most responsible for rise in football-related incidents on British transport network
West Ham fans were responsible for 10 per cent of incident reports where a Premier League club was mentioned.

Upton Park: Heartbreaking photos of West Hamís nearly demolished former home one year on
WEST HAMís former stadium at Upton Park has been reduced to rubble a year after they left the ground.

Andre Ayew targets opening Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win
Andre Ayew wants to take his late-season form for West Ham United into Ghanaís opening 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier this weekend.

Interview: Jim Hampsheir and Roque Nchaso on the Hong Kong Soccer Sevens Tournament
After returning home with the Citi Sevens Shield Trophy in hand, Roque Nchaso spoke about his experience of the tournament with Jim Hampsheir, Senior Academy Integration Officer at the West Ham United Foundation.

Mediawatch - 8 June
With the summer transfer window opening in a little more than three weeks, speculations continues to dominate the headlines surrounding West Ham United's potential recruits.

West Ham United's all-time most-capped international XI
While West Ham Unitedís season may be over, a host of first-team stars are away representing their countries on international duty.

Robert Snodgrass - Beat England and Scotland can qualify for the World Cup
West Ham United winger Robert Snodgrass is out to make himself an unpopular figure among the Claret and Blue Army this weekend.

FIFA 17 Tutorial: Defending
In the first of a new series, West Ham United's official eSports player gives a comprehensive tutorial in the art of defending in FIFA 17.

The day West Ham United braved the bombs to win at Wembley
While the Football League may have been suspended just three games into the 1939/40 season due to the onset of the Second World War, West Ham United continued to compete throughout the conflict-torn decade.

QUIZ: Name the West Ham England internationals since 1966!
Can you name the West Ham England Internationals since 1966?

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