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In brief - Friday's news round-up

Filed: Friday, 29th June 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham in £35m transfer battle for Porto star CHELSEA are battling it out with Tottenham and West Ham to land Porto striker Moussa Marega this summer.

World Cup 2018: Hammers pair Kouyate and Fabianski set for first starts West Ham United pair Cheikhou Kouyate and Lukasz Fabianski are set to start the first FIFA World Cup finals matches of their respective careers on Thursday afternoon.

Claret Commentary: Kouyate & Fernandes rewatch their Chelsea highlights Cheikhou Kouyate and Edimilson Fernandes both scored for West Ham United in the 2-1 EFL Cup victory against Chelsea in October 2016.

Bobby Moore time capsule reburied at West Ham Unitedís spiritual home West Ham United are delighted to confirm that the Bobby Moore time capsule has now been reburied at the site of the Boleyn Ground, ensuring that the legacy of the great man lives on at the Clubís former home.

World Cup 2018: Fabianski stars in Poland victory Lukasz Fabianski produced an unbeatable display as Poland ended their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign with a 1-0 win over with Japan in Samara.

World Cup 2018: Kouyate and Senegal suffer elimination heartbreak Cheikhou Kouyate and his Senegal side suffered a heartbreaking elimination from the 2018 World Cup following a 1-0 defeat to Colombia in the final game of Group H.

Hector in the house? West Ham are being linked with a move for Mexican World Cup star Hector Herrera.

Post match party for visiting Hammers Supporters travelling to Switzerland next month for the Winterthur v West Ham pre-season friendly are in for a special post match treat.

Out, out, out! World Cup woe for travelling Hammers Cheikhou Kouyate and Lukasz Fabianksi's World Cup campaigns are over after both Senegal and Poland were knocked out of the competition this afternoon.

Saved by the bull KUMB moderator BristolHammerFC writes in response to those who claim that West Ham United was saved from administration by the club's current owners in 2010...

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