Neill, Bilic, Noble & Reid: Tuesday's news

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 3rd May 2016

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Former Socceroos and West Ham captain Lucas Neill declared bankrupt
Former Soccerros captain and West Ham defender Lucas Neill has been declared bankrupt, ...

Watch: West Ham prepare for emotional goodbye to the Boleyn Ground
Their final game at the old stadium will be against Manchester United in the late kick-off on Tuesday May 10

The Legends: Germany beat England 7-2 at Boleyn Ground in game to mark 50 years since World Cup win
England were unable to mark the 50th anniversary of their only World Cup win with a victory on Monday after the Three Lions were thrashed 7-2 by a Germany legends side at Upton Park.

West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic believes Mark Noble can help England at Euro 2016
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic insists Mark Noble can still help England at Euro 2016.

West Ham's Mark Noble adding goals to his England class at West Brom
Hammers captain makes it four goals in two games.

West Ham and Arsenal stumped over transfer: Winger agrees ?14m move financed by ?550m deal
ARSENAL and West Ham look to have missed out on signing Celta Vigo winger Nolito - but the Spaniard will not be joining Barcelona either.

Liverpool and Man United stunned as West Ham hold early talks over ?25m striker
WEST HAM are leading the race to sign Alexandre Lacazette, according to reports.

Highlights - WBA 0-3 West Ham Utd
Watch the best of the action from Saturday's 3-0 win here.

Reid pleased with a job well done
After securing their seventh win on the road during a record breaking season, Winston Reid was delighted with the Hammers' dominant 3-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion.

Germany take Legends honours
Germany played spoilsports by defeating England in a special 'The Legends' fixture at the Boleyn Ground on Bank Holiday Monday.

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Former Hammer declared bankrupt
Ex-West Ham United captain Lucas Neill has been declared bankrupt - despite career earnings in excess of ?20million.

Monday musings: too good for England
Mark Noble might not be good enough to represent England at this summer's European Championships, but he proved to be the difference as West Ham United ran riot at the Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon.

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