West Ham chairman David Sullivan has confirmed that Declan Rice will leave the club in the summer amid reported interest from Arsenal.
West Ham co-owner David Sullivan says the club are struggling to make any new signings this summer…
Gutted, angry and sad – these words used by Mark Noble in a tweet help illustrate the current state of West Ham…
Karren Brady called for the Premier League to be “cancelled” amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Geoff Shrives apologised on Sky Sports’ Sunday Supplement.
West Ham are paying Pellegrini a fortune but they have yet to make their most important appointment…
All the ladies want a piece of Joe Allen. Even West Ham, who say “opposition” to the board “will achieve nothing”.
“We continue to work night and day to bring in players,” says Sullivan…
It turns out that criticising players who are still on your books is not too wise. Good old West Ham.
David Sullivan adds that West Ham are “not a tinpot club”. Tottenham fans might disagree.
You’d think David Moyes is not in a position where West Ham have to make him promises, but hey?
Bilic says Sullivan “likes to talk”. He discusses the Carvalho, Sanches and Krychowiak situation.
“These messengers, these offended virgins, the presidents of West Ham.” Shakespearean…
West Ham are to sue Sporting Lisbon after the Portuguese club made claims over their pursuit of Carvalho.
“We start the season in three [competitions] and the ambition is to win those three trophies.”
“He is probably the best proven goalscorer we have signed since we have been at the club,” Well, yeah…
David Sullivan called Hart “the best goalkeeper I’ve worked with”. Adrian *is* still at West Ham, mate.
Those poor West Ham fans will have to put up with Davids Sullivan and Gold for a while longer, it seems.
David Sullivan wanted to keep Dimitri Payet at West Ham to “make an example of him”.
West Ham wanted Tevez, 32, to return, but the striker demanded £250,000 a week. Ballsy.
Sullivan backtracks after initially blaming Man Utd for not getting to Upton Park earlier.
Could it be Christian Benteke? Or perhaps it is Theo Walcott? Maybe it’s Cameron Jerome? Who knows?