In brief: Monday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Monday, 9th December 2019

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

Freddie Ljungberg insists he is the man to turn Arsenal fortunes around
Freddie Ljungberg drew with Norwich and lost to Brighton in his two matches as Arsenal's interim manager - but is hoping a victory over West Ham could put him on track

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini: Beware an Arsenal backlash
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini will not be taking Arsenal lightly despite their rivals heading to east London on Monday night on the back of a nine-match winless streak, their worst run in 42 years.

West Ham line up two candidates to be next manager as Manuel Pellegrini handed ultimatum
David Moyes and Chris Hughton are being considered as potential replacements for under-fire West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini.

Happy 78th birthday West Ham United and England legend Sir Geoff Hurst!
With 249 goals for West Ham United, three Hammer of the Year awards, FA Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup winners' medals and a FIFA World Cup final hat-trick to his name, Sir Geoff Hurst enjoyed a unique career full of incredible achievements.

West Ham U18s continue winning run at Southampton
West Ham United U18s made it three consecutive league wins in a row on Saturday morning as they overpowered Southampton U18s 5-0.

West Ham United v Arsenal: All you need to know
The Hammers are back in action on Monday night when Arsenal head to London Stadium. Here's all the essential information on the game...

Pride of Irons support Rainbow Laces campaign
Jim Dolan, co-chair of West Ham United's LGBT supporters' club Pride of Irons, on the importance of Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign...

Five reasons to watch West Ham United take on Arsenal
500 up for Nobes!

Antonio: We're close to turning our form around
Michail Antonio is determined to put his injury absence behind him and help push West Ham United up the Premier League table.

Matt Beard: We showed a different side to our game
West Ham United manager Matt Beard believes his side's hard-fought draw at Liverpool demonstrated their pragmatism in the face of pressure.

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