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  • West Ham and Fulham seek atonement on the road

    By Brian Sears 16 September 2010 West Ham and Fulham have an unwanted statistic in common, one that both hope to ditch this weekend. It concerns away days, bad ones, lots of bad ones. On the very first day of last season, Fulham went to Fratton Park and a Zamora goal allowed them to return with all […]

  • West Ham and Stoke: pointless but not hopeless

    By Brian Sears 8 September 2010 West Ham currently prop up the Premier League table, pointless after three games and with a goal difference of minus eight after defeats to Aston Villa, Bolton and Manchester United. Stoke are one place above them, also pointless, and with a goal difference of minus four, after successive defeats […]

  • West Ham’s Benni McCarthy shock omission from South Africa squad

    By Keira Daley 1 June 2010 West Ham United’s South African striker, Benni McCarthy, his country’s all-time leading goal scorer with 31 goals for Bafana Bafana from 79 senior caps, has surprisingly been left out of the host nation’s 23-man squad for the World Cup. The 32-year-old forward spent much of the run-in to West […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: West Ham wage hoax – real pay levels higher

    By Nick Harris 6 May 2010 A PDF document in wide circulation over the last few days purporting to show West Ham’s wage bill is “absolutely a hoax”, the club’s co-owner, David Gold, has told sportingintelligence this evening. The document has become an object of fascination for fans, and a hot topic on message boards, […]

  • Rival bidders eye control of West Ham “within weeks”

    By Nick Harris 10 January 2010 West Ham’s Icelandic owners look likely to sell the club before the end of January, with at least two rival bidders “at an advanced stage of the due diligence process”, according to a source familiar with the situation. The source added that “negotiations are ongoing with more than one […]

  • Why West Brom face a test of Champions League credentials … against Stoke

    By Brian Sears 30 November 2012 Last weekend, we predicted in these pages why West Brom might enjoy their match at ‘soft touch’ Sunderland, and they duly won 4-2 to continue their Champions League qualification form. A week on and with a midweek hiccup against Swansea behind them, the Baggies face a barometer of their […]

  • For the drop? History says West Brom, Wigan and Birmingham

    By Brian Sears 29 March 2011 Just 82 Premier League games remain to be played this season, and it’s great fun trying to predict the outcome. Using historical results based on previous Premier League meetings, sportingintelligence has projected the end-of-season table for 2010-11. The full explanation of how we reached our conclusions is elsewhere today. […]

  • West Brom join Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton and others in banning vuvuzelas

    By Keira Daley 29 July 2010 West Bromwich Albion have today become the latest Premier League club to announce an official ban on vuvuzelas within their ground for the forthcoming season. In a statement on the club’s website, Mark Miles, Albion’s head of facility operations and development, said: “Although vuvuzelas are very popular in South Africa, […]

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