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Gignac, Wilson, Lampard and Nolan: Tuesday's news

Filed: Tuesday, 28th April 2015
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham should be applauded for giving a little back to fans... not castigated
Ever wondered how German football clubs afford cheap tickets? Easy. They do it the West Ham way. When the Allianz Arena in Munich was developed for the 2006 World Cup, the city and state incurred costs of over £150million to improve local infrastructure.

West Ham ‘close to signing France international Andre-Pierre Gignac on a free transfer’
The Hammers are keen to bring the 29-year-old French international to London this summer after missing out on him in the January transfer window.

West Ham target Bournemouth hotshot Callum Wilson as new striker tops summer priority list
The Cherries striker has bagged 23 goals this term to take his side to the brink of the Premier League but he is on West Ham's radar - along with Javier Hernandez.

On this day - 27 April
In days of old when Manchester City had neither the multi million pound investment nor a fantastic state of the art stadium, they were dwellers at Maine Road, where the Hammers earned an important win back in 2003.

Stat's a Fact - Adrian's penalty saves
West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian possesses a burgeoning reputation as an expert penalty saver in the Barclays Premier League – and that was given a further boost on Saturday when he dived to his right to block Charlie Austin’s effort from twelve yards.

Frank Lampard reveals he is grateful for his West Ham education
West Ham United hate figure Frank Lampard has admitted he is thankful for the 'great' start he had to his career at Upton Park before his move to Chelsea.

Kevin Nolan’s continual inclusion highlights Sam Allardyce’s main weakness at West Ham
Kevin Nolan keeps winning game time for West Ham, and that is damning indictment of Allardyce’s management.

West Ham co-owner David Sullivan looking to sell prime Oxford Street building
West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan is looking to make money off the pitch with the sale of a prime Oxford Street building.

Sam Allardyce underlines his determination to stay at West Ham by snubbing interest
Sam Allardyce has underlined his determination to negotiate a new deal at West Ham by discounting speculation linking him with other clubs.

Sam Allardyce's decision to give youth a chance at West Ham is well overdue
Sam Allardyce has finally admitted the kids are alright at West Ham United and hinted more youngsters could make the first team before the season ends.

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