In brief: Monday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Monday, 27th January 2020

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

West Ham bid for USA international Aaron Long rejected by New York Red Bulls
West Ham have had an initial loan offer for USA international centre-back Aaron Long rejected by New York Red Bulls.

Lia W?lti and Katie McCabe sink West Ham and put Arsenal back on track
Arsenal bounced back from their heavy defeat by Chelsea last weekend with an efficient FA Cup fourth-round defeat of last year's runners-up.

'They have done it before and they have to do it now': Slaven Bilic backs David Moyes to steer West Ham away from relegation trouble after dumping old side out of the FA Cup
Slaven Bilic has backed David Moyes to guide West Ham away from relegation trouble again.

Winston Reid rejects Charlton loan transfer as forgotten hero bids to help West Ham instead
Winston Reid has been on the sidelines for 18 months with a knee injury but is determined to help West Ham as he nears a return to full fitness

Highlights: West Ham United 0-1 West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United's 2019/20 Emirates FA Cup campaign ground to a halt in the fourth round against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon.

Battling West Ham beaten by Arsenal in FA Cup
Two finishes of real quality proved the difference as West Ham United lost 2-0 to Women's Super League champions Arsenal in the FA Cup fourth round.

Beard: We showed Arsenal far too much respect
Matt Beard believes his West Ham United side failed to get at Arsenal and showed them too much respect in the FA Cup defeat on Sunday.

Cole accuses West Ham's board of inaction
Joe Cole wasn't pulling any punches when he accused West Ham's owners of 'fiddling while Rome burns'.

Moyes: we won't buy for the sake of it
David Moyes says that West Ham won't step into the transfer market unless they find the right players - but admitted that he didn't know who the club had bid for.

Hammered: 'It's an absolute shambles'
West Ham were one of the subjects of discussion on Sky Sports Sunday supplement earlier today - and the show didn't make good viewing for Hammers fans.

You're no longer welcome
I went out last night, a load of us from work. We spoke about all different things and typically it came to football.

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