In brief - Monday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Monday, 28th January 2019

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West Ham transfer news: Pellegrini eyes ?8m windfall from forgotten man Oxford
WEST HAM defender Reece Oxford could be on his way back to Germany, but this time on a permanent basis.

Reece Oxford wanted by Nottingham Forest in ?8million deal
Hammers defender Oxford could be allowed to leave the London Stadium in January.

West Ham set to buy ?43.5m Maxi Gomez... before loaning him BACK to Celta Vigo - This is why
WEST HAM are poised to pay up the ?43.5m release clause in Maxi Gomez's contract at Celta Vigo.

AFC Wimbledon vs West Ham: Manuel Pellegrini 'ashamed' after watching Hammers humbled
The Hammers, 10th in the Premier League, were deservedly beaten 4-2 by a team lying rock bottom of League One.

Manuel Pellegrini 'ashamed' of West Ham after FA Cup defeat to AFC Wimbledon
Manuel Pellegrini admitted he was ashamed of his players after West Ham's humiliating FA Cup exit at the hands of AFC Wimbledon.

West Ham United support Holocaust Memorial Day 2019
West Ham United is supporting Holocaust Memorial Day 2019.

Di Canio: Harry Redknapp was the reason I joined West Ham
Paolo Di Canio joined West Ham United on this day in 1999, exactly 20 years ago, starting a love affair between the Italian forward and the Claret and Blue Army that has endured for two decades.

Vote for your favourite Paolo Di Canio goal
Twenty years to the day since Paolo Di Canio signed for the Hammers, we're inviting you to vote for his best goal in the Claret & Blue.

Highlights: AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham United
West Ham United's journey in the 2018/19 FA Cup came to an end in the fourth round with a 4-2 defeat away to AFC Wimbledon.

10 reasons why we love Paolo Di Canio
On the 20th anniversary of Paolo Di Canio's arrival at West Ham United, we look at ten reasons why we love the Hammers legend, in association with Basset & Gold

Beard: Hammers have the confidence to beat Liverpool
West Ham United head into Monday's Women's Super League match against Liverpool fully confident of leaving Prenton Park with three points, according to Matt Beard.

A new type of hero: Why Paolo Di Canio is a West Ham legend
West Ham United's Watch With... host Chris Scull remembers the Italian hero who joined West Ham United two decades ago - the one and only Paolo Di Canio...

Noble: We keep shooting ourselves in the foot
Mark Noble said West Ham United only had themselves to blame after falling to a 4-2 defeat at AFC Wimbledon in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round on Saturday.

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