In brief: Thursday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Thursday, 21st November 2019

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

Lukasz Fabianksi will not rush West Ham injury return
Fabianksi: "I just want to take my time and make sure I come back in the right way, not only physically but from the goalkeeping point of view which is important."

'Our position is a difficult one because you are always under the spotlight': West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski defends understudy Roberto despite Burnley blunder
Lukasz Fabianski has leapt to the defence of his under-fire West Ham understudy Roberto Jiminez.

'See you Saturday, Jose!' - West Ham troll Mourinho before Tottenham derby debut
Jose Mourinho's first test as Tottenham manager is a baptism of fire with a London derby against West Ham - and the Hammers have already laid down the gauntlet.

Lukasz Fabianski: My rehabilitation is going in the right way
As you might expect, Lukasz Fabianski is fully focused on making sure his rehabilitation is a total success.

International round-up: Four Academy stars in action
The Academy of Football continued to shine on the international stage last night as four of its products were in action for their respective nations and age groups.

Carlton Cole: Games against Spurs can crown heroes
Some players have a knack of instantly endearing themselves to the supporters. around them - and in the case of Carlton Cole, a goal seconds into his competitive West Ham United debut certainly didn't harm his case.

Foundation get behind National Children's Day
The West Ham United Foundation uses the power of sport to help create new opportunities for people of all ages in the community.

Ray Stewart became the most expensive teenager in British football when he joined West Ham United from Dundee United for a fee of ?430,000 in August 1979. The tough-tackling, dependable right-back became a Hammers hero almost instantly, playing a key role in the 1980 FA Cup-winning team under John Lyall.

Duo to return for Mourinho debut
Mark Noble is set to return to West Ham's midfield for this weekend's Premier League clash with Tottenham.

West Ham delete mocking Mourinho tweet
A video apparently mocking new Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has been removed from West Ham United's social media feed.

Just like my dreams: Part I
Amid all the places in the contemporary West Ham cybersphere for polls, forums and opportunities to "have your say" there is a dearth of space for an encompassing vision of what fans really want our football club to look like. As good as polls are at determining on a day to day basis whether this or that player is a favourite, the answers are only ever going to be granular.

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