West Ham United

17th Premier League | 3-8-3
  • Goals For
    15th
    15 GF
  • Assists
    12th
    10 GA
  • Shots
    5th
    148 Shots
  • Saves
    3rd
    52 SAV
  • VIDEO: Alexis Sanchez scores sensational hat trick against West Ham
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    VIDEO: Alexis Sanchez scores sensational hat trick against West Ham

    “I can’t even begin to give you the numbers of people contacting me directly, not just footballers and ex-footballers but members of the public,” Andy Woodward told The Associated Press on Monday. If he’s not too weary by the sheer scale of the scandal he helped to uncover, Woodward will fly to New York on Wednesday to speak to an American broadcaster about his 30-year journey from abused youth player to an inspiration to millions. “I personally know that in America, there are certain things which have potentially happened there,” Woodward said. About 450 people have reported incidents of child sexual abuse at soccer clubs to 18 British police forces.

  • Pardew saves his job, says Palace owners “don’t know a lot about football”
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    Pardew saves his job, says Palace owners “don’t know a lot about football”

    While some may advise that keeping a low profile would best suit Alan Pardew right now, Crystal Palace’s embattled manager is of a totally different mindset. Following Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Southampton, in which Pardew’s side saved his job (for the time being), the 55-year-old Eagles boss and former player chose the first bright moment, Palace’s first Premier League win since Sept. 24, to hit out at the club’s new American owners with a scathing assessment of the footballing prowess, or perhaps lack thereof — quotes from the Guardian: “The chairman got a bit edgy this week, as you’d expect. We have a lot of serious investors at the club who perhaps don’t know a lot about football so the

  • Chapecoense will be crowned Copa Sudamericana champions
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    Chapecoense will be crowned Copa Sudamericana champions

    Tragedy can only describe the event that transpired just days ago, but the soccer world has rallied around Chapecoense in the days that followed. The Brazilian club’s interim president Ivan Tozzo has confirmed that Chapecoense will be named Copa Sudamericana champions after CONMEBOL officials agreed to the terms. Chapecoense was set to face Atletico Nacional in the tournament’s finale, however, Atletico called for CONMEBOL to award Chapeco the title and be awarded the prize money. “CONMEBOL have testified that they will crown Chapecoense as champions of the Copa Sudamericana,” Tozzo told TV Globo. “In addition, the club will receive the two million dollar prize. Everything is confirmed. I do