2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
1-0-4, 16th in English Premier League
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1dESPN

Wilshere out after undergoing ankle surgery

Jack Wilshere is facing a short period out after undergoing minor surgery on an ankle injury, West Ham's head of medical has confirmed.

Premier League: 33 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Player Power Rankings: Hazard No. 1, Ronaldo close behind (2:45)
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2dESPN

West Ham's Perez blasts 'false' row report

West Ham summer signing Lucas Perez has hit back at "false" reports he refused to warm-up and come on as a substitute against Everton.

Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 5 (3:21)
Everton 1-3 West Ham: Toffees hammered at Goodison (2:37)
Sigurdsson sends Everton into halftime with a goal (0:52)
Yarmolenko curls in a second goal for West Ham (0:57)
Exploding Heads: Get your SmartBands now! (1:50)
Extra Time: Craig's daily run, Prem surprises, Rooney & more (6:58)
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18dESPN

Pellegrini confident despite pointless start

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini said he remains confident in his team after a fourth consecutive defeat to start the season.

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18dReuters

West Ham remain pointless as Wolves win

Adama Traore struck in stoppage time for Wolves as they beat bottom team West Ham to pile the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini's side.

West Ham 0-1 Wolves: Traore sinks Hammers (3:00)
WHU VS WOL (1:20)
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20dESPN

Pellegrini: I turned down Toure signing

The Chilean managed the Ivorian during his time at Manchester City and a reunion had been mooted after Yaya Toure left the Etihad this summer.

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22dReuters

EFL Cup: West Ham avoid embarrassment

West Ham United flirted with a potentially embarrassing League Cup second-round defeat by 10-man AFC Wimbledon before fighting back to win.

AFC Wimbledon 1-3 West Ham: Hammers battle back (2:47)
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25dMichael Cox

Arsenal leave it late but beat West Ham

This wasn't a vintage Arsenal performance but there are signs of life as Unai Emery's side beat West Ham 3-1, writes Michael Cox.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-6Tied-17th
Goals Scored5Tied-14th
Assists4Tied-10th
Goals Conceded11Tied-18th