West Ham United

10th Premier League | 9-11-5
  • Goals For
    9th
    34 GF
  • Assists
    12th
    20 GA
  • Shots
    7th
    248 Shots
  • Saves
    6th
    82 SAV
  • Liverpool announce plans for $62 million training ground
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    Liverpool announce plans for $62 million training ground

    Liverpool have announced plans to move away from their famous training ground at Melwood. [ LIVE: Stream every PL game live ] On Wednesday the Premier League side announced details about redeveloping the site of their current academy training center at Kirkby. They hope to spend over $62 million to update the facilities and house the first team and academy all in one venue. If Liverpool, who are working with the local council in Knowsley on the project, get the green-light for the impressive project then work is expected to finish in 2019. Chief operating officer at Liverpool, Andy Hughes, is eager to see the first team and academy players all housed in one facility moving forward. “Our proposed

  • Bayern defends Ancelotti for middle-finger gesture to fans
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    Bayern defends Ancelotti for middle-finger gesture to fans

    MUNICH (AP) Bayern Munich has defended coach Carlo Ancelotti for raising his middle finger to Hertha Berlin fans after supposedly being spit at following a dramatic 1-1 draw in the Bundesliga. Bayern says “basically we find the human reaction of Carlo Ancelotti with the gesture to be emotionally understandable after the nasty spitting attack.” Robert Lewandowski’s injury-time equalizer for Bayern on Saturday prompted altercations between Bayern and Hertha players in a heated atmosphere at the Olympic Stadium. [ LIVE: Stream every PL game live ]  The German soccer federation ended its investigation into the matter after Ancelotti agreed to pay 5,000 euros ($5,300) to its foundation for social

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    Guradiola “so happy” to see Man City “achieve another step” as a club

    In the past, when faced with adversity in the UEFA Champions League, Manchester City could do little more than wilt and crumble as their European dreams when up in smoke year after year, typically in embarrassing and/or heartbreaking fashion. On Tuesday, when faced with 2-1 and 3-2 deficits late into the second half of their round-of-16 first leg against Monaco, deja vu was quickly setting in for anyone who’s followed Man City’s rise from middling afterthought to mega-rich conglomerate with aspirations of world domination. Then, something strange (based on years of recent history) happened: Sergio Aguero fired City back to level at 2-2 in the 58th minute. Sure, more shocking defending saw the