Allardyce, Nene, McClaren and Sakho

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 12th May 2015

Get the very latest West Ham news in one place, with our new daily media round-up!

West Ham's season cannot come to an end soon enough
Although there are only two games left, the end of the season, and with it the chance to reassess and rebuild, cannot come quickly enough for West Ham - as even the two games that do remain will, in every sense, be a long hard slog.

Should West Ham move for Burnley's Kieran Trippier, with Carl Jenkinson deal looking unlikely?
Trippier is sure to leave Burnley this summer, and West Ham should be at the front of the queue for his signature.

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce to quit Upton Park
Sam Allardyce will reject any offer to stay on as West Ham United manager at the end of the season and he is understood to have turned down a tentative approach from the club's board to open talks over a new deal.

Manager on Monday
Sam Allardyce says that the focus will remain on looking to beat Everton at home in the next match to reach the 50 points target and remain on course to secure the aimed-for top ten finish.

Loan round up
Modibo Maiga played the full game in FC Metz' 4-0 home defeat to Lorient. Two goals either side of half-time for the visitors was enough to seal the win against already relegated Metz.

Stat's a Fact - Burke's impressive start
Reece Burke featured in the West Ham United starting line-up for the third Barclays Premier League game in succession on Saturday and was arguably faced with his toughest task to date by the in-form Christian Benteke.

Sakho's second season target
A dozen goals in his first season in England is no mean feat and yet Diafra Sakho already has designs on bettering that tally come the 2015/16 campaign.

Derby County: Rams boss Steve McClaren linked with West Ham job
WEST Ham United are the latest club to be linked with a move for Derby County head coach Steve McClaren.

Nene: I want to stay at West Ham and play an entire season
Nene has admitted that he is keen on staying with West Ham, despite a poor season.

Latest Updates

Time up for Allardyce as deadline approaches
Hammers fans are likely to discover whether Sam Allardyce will be offered a new contract within the next few days.

Race for Kids 2015
KUMB member ANTKB is running the RBC Race for the Kids 2015 next month to help raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

* Something to say about this story? Please visit the KUMB Forum to leave a comment.

Related News