Liverpool vs West Ham Both Liverpool and West Ham should be fully recharged by the time they meet at Anfield this weekend. After more than a week off, the Reds host the Hammers this Saturday in the Premier League. When the sides met earlier in the season at the London Stadium, Liverpool ran out 4-1 victors. Mohamed Salah scored twice on that occasion. Liverpool should come into the game full of confidence after a 5-0 Champions League win over Porto. However there’s also been good news for West Ham regarding Manuel Lanzini. Manuel Lanzini back for Anfield Everything seems certain that West Ham playmaker Lanzini will be in the Hammers XI for the Liverpool game. Lanzini has posted a not-so-cryptic update on social media revealing he’s ready for the the weekend’s fixture. Manuel La
Angelo Ogbonna & West Ham A new interview with Angelo Ogbonna has been uploaded onto the West Ham official website. Many Hammers fans have been singing the praises of Ogbonna this season. Indeed, Ogbonna is one of the frontrunners to be West Ham’s player of the season alongside Marko Arnautovic. David Moyes vs Slaven Bilic Perhaps the most interesting part of Ogbonna’s latest interview came when he discussed the impact David Moyes has had since his arrival. When Moyes succeed Slaven Bilic at the London Stadium, the Irons were starring relegation in the face. West Ham’s fortunes may not have skyrocketed since Moyes’s arrival, yet the Scot has undoubtedly got the team back on the right track. So how has he done it? Ogbonna, without mentioning Bilic by name, appear
Neil Critchley praises inexperienced team after defeat to West Ham Liverpool’s U23s suffer sixth defeat of Premier League 2 season Critchley working with new-look team after flurry of loan moves SEE MORE: Jurgen Klopp hits back at Alberto Moreno criticism Neil Critchley has hailed his young U23s team for their efforts in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to West Ham.The post Neil Critchley proud of new-look Liverpool U23s after West Ham defeat appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
West Ham chief delivers important transfer update, fans will be delighted with this - originally posted on Sportslens.com West Ham chairman David Sullivan has promised to overhaul the club’s recruitment policy ahead of the summer transfer window. The Hammers had a very poor January window which was followed by the sacking of Tony Henry. The former chief of recruitment was dismissed after making racist remarks in an email. Apparently, Henry said to an agent that West Ham would not consider signing African players anymore. Sullivan has asked the fans to have faith in the club to turn it around in the transfer market. The West Ham co-chairman believes that the club will analyse their targets better in future and they won’t be spending money just for the sake of it. The West Ham f...