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Moyes, Modern Art and The Splash of Paint!

The game on Monday night against Stoke City was supposed to be a victorious affair for the claret and blue army, however it ended up being a frustrating night for all concerned…and very nearly ended in defeat. 830 more words

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Lambert still believes in Stoke survival chances despite Hammer blow

Paul Lambert is not giving up hope on Stoke City’s chances of staying in the Premier League despite Andy Carroll’s late volley snatching West Ham a 1-1 draw. 523 more words

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West Ham vs Stoke TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, odds, team news and head-to-head

There is a big game in the Premier League relegation battle on Monday night as West Ham host Stoke at the London Stadium.

The Hammers have dragged themselves away from the bottom three with four points in their last two games, but Stoke are very much still in the doldrums after four straight defeats, leaving them 19th. 334 more words

Football

Maybe Captain Caveman had a point!

Last season in the West Ham world, the team came under increasing criticism for dire performances and Mark Noble got his fair share too. At the time, he somewhat retaliated with a verbal condemnation of fans whom he claimed don’t really know a lot about football…well that backfired on him didn’t it? 800 more words

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The Clubs: Stoke City

All data correct upto 9th April 2018

All-Time Premier League Record

Played Won Drew Lost Scored Conceded Goal Difference Points No of Seasons 375 115… 1,717 more words
The Clubs

Arsenal Ride Their Luck, Chelsea Lose At Home And Football Is Just Not Cricket!

In the early game, Stubborn Old Man sent his Arsenal team out to face Stoke City knowing that a win was the only acceptable result. Three points would move them to within five of Chelsea in fifth and ten of Tottenham in fourth. 737 more words

Opinion

An Opportunity For The London Clubs To Close The Gap On Manchester United And Liverpool?

The early kick-off on Saturday morning is the game between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford. With only two points separating the teams, United are second and Liverpool third, a win for either side would be profitable. 698 more words

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