West Ham United

12th Premier League | 9-14-6
  • Goals For
    9th
    40 GF
  • Assists
    10th
    24 GA
  • Shots
    5th
    291 Shots
  • Saves
    6th
    92 SAV
  • Rapinoe won’t back down on social issues despite U.S. Soccer policy
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    Rapinoe won’t back down on social issues despite U.S. Soccer policy

    Megan Rapinoe recently earned her spot back in the U.S. Women’s National Team squad ahead of next month’s friendlies against Russia, but the veteran won’t remain silent when it comes to her stance on the social climate of America. The 31-year-old was scrutinized for joining NFL player Colin Kaepernick in 2016 when they knelt during their respective sporting events, along with dozens of other athletes across the United States. While Rapinoe admits that the form of protest is up for discussion, she also states that social inequality issues in the U.S. go far beyond that. It’s really obvious that we have very serious inequality in this country across many different spectrums,” Rapinoe told the Guardian.

  • Herrera: Ibrahimovic competitive drive insatiable in everything
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    Herrera: Ibrahimovic competitive drive insatiable in everything

    Ander Herrera is dishing the goods on his Manchester United teammates while on Spain duty this week, and was asked about Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Swede is a fierce competitor on and off the pitch, which Herrera jokes is an ever-present challenge to personal patience. It almost seems like there’s a bit of envy that Ibrahimovic can charge into public comments the way Herrera goes into tackles. From Marca: “[Ibrahimovic] is a genius, he’s very intense because he wants to win everything, even football-tennis,” Herrera said to Radio MARCA. “He assumes this role of doing or saying what he likes in front of the media because he does not care, he can say that he’ll score 30 goals or is the best because

  • USMNT: 4 players, including Brooks, Lletget, released; Arriola added
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    USMNT: 4 players, including Brooks, Lletget, released; Arriola added

    Hours after his side’s 6-0 thrashing of Honduras to resuscitate dreams of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, Bruce Arena announced on Saturday five changes to the U.S. national team roster ahead of Tuesday’s qualifier against Panama. [ FOLLOW: All of PST’s USMNT coverage | MLS ] John Brooks (sinus infection), Sebastian Lletget (foot), Jordan Morris (knee) and Michael Orozco (knee) were all released back to their club teams, while Club Tijuana midfielder Paul Arriola was added to the squad. Brooks dealt with the sinus infection throughout USMNT camp this past week, as Morris did his knee injury which he picked up last weekend. Lletget left Friday’s win over Honduras in the 18th minute and will