In brief - Sunday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Sunday, 31st December 2017

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

West Ham recall Reece Oxford from loan after attempts to sign defender
David Moyes has said West Ham United must not sell their best academy players after recalling Reece Oxford from his loan at Borussia M?nchengladbach.

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady: Robert Snodgrass wasn't exactly a triumph
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady says the club's signing of Robert Snodgrass "wasn't exactly a triumph".

'Acceptable' West Ham offer will be welcomed, David Moyes can sign target and give him hope
German newspaper Bild has picked up claims from England that West Ham are keen on Andre Schurrle. The former Chelsea star has been repeatedly linked with a return to the Premier League, and Bild seem to be taking the prospect very seriously indeed.

Masuaku aims to keep West Ham supporters in good voice
"Oh-eh-oh, Arthur Masuaku. Oh-eh-oh, he's better than Lukaku! Oh-eh-oh, Arthur Masuaku. Oh-eh-oh, he never gives the ball away!"

Lewin explains how recovery will be key during busy week
West Ham United's Head of Medical Services Gary Lewin explains how his department will carefully manage the physical condition of the players through next week's hectic schedule of three matches in the space of six days...

Vote for your Hammers Goal of the Month now
West Ham United scored some spectacular goals in December and now it's time to choose your favourite.

Brady criticises Snodgrass signing
Karren Brady has become the latest member of West Ham's Board to criticise the signing of ?10million Scottish international Robert Snodgrass.

'Gloating' Police under fire
Dorset Police's football unit have been accused of gloating after boasting about the number of arrests they made during West Ham United's Premier League match against Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

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