In brief - Friday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Friday, 10th February 2017

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West Brom Tickets available on Ticket Exchange
A limited number of tickets are available for Hammers supporters to purchase for Saturday's Premier League visit of West Bromwich Albion on the Ticket Exchange.

Bilic - Late decision on Carroll
Slaven Bilic has revealed he will hand late fitness tests to influential trio Andy Carroll, Cheikhou Kouyate and Aaron Cresswell ahead of the game against West Brom on Saturday.

Aaron Cresswell's World XI
In a new exclusive feature on West Ham TV we ask the first-team players to reveal their current best XI in world football.

FT - West Ham United PL2 2-2 Leicester City
The referee ends things in Dagenham and it's a well-earned point for the Hammers in Group E.

Bilic - The players will work hard in Dubai
As a light flurry of snow fell at West Ham United's Rush Green training ground this morning, Slaven Bilic watched his players pull on their hats, gloves and thermal under-layers, and carefully monitored their movements as they took extra care warming up in the freezing conditions.

Obiang wants more goals
Pedro Obiang is hoping to go on a goalscoring run and help the Hammers push even higher up the table as they prepare for another big home game against West Brom on Saturday.

Are you a Hammerhead?
Prove you're a true Hammerhead at Saturday's game against West Bromwich Albion and you could win a VIP experience with our Official Beer Partner Heineken.

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Ex-Rev backs statue stay
Local residents of West Ham United's former home have found support in their bid to retain the Champions statue from local councillors and the clergy.

THREE doubtful for Albion test, admits Bilic
Slaven Bilic is facing an anxious wait ahead of this weekend's clash with West Bromwich Albion.

Bricking it
West Ham supporters who paid to have a brick installed in the Boleyn Ground's 'Wall of Fame' are being urged to reclaim them this weekend.

Noble dismisses Payet 'WhatsApp' rumours
Mark Noble says that rumours suggesting Dimitri Payet was excluded from a players' group on phone app WhatsApp before he left the club are untrue.

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