Asked by United Kingdom media about the chance for West Ham to sign Portuguese worldwide midfielder Joao Mario (24) from Inter Milan, Hammers boss, David Moyes, stated: "He's among the whole lot of names mentioned as market targets of ours". The big players seem motivated, the defense is organized and midfield is working hard.
"At periods in the first half we played some of the best football of my time here, but we lacked a clinical edge, so we needed Chicharito". It's things looking better, going the right direction.
The club's chairman Fikret Orman has returned to London - the scene of the thrashing out of terms for Tosun - to secure a transfer for Hernandez that would see the diminutive attacker move to the Vodafone Arena before the end of this month.
"As far as I'm concerned, you can look at my bench today and if there's one club at this present time that doesn't need to lose any players then it's West Ham, because of the numbers". We have had four or five.More news: White House on shutdown: 'This is the behavior of obstructionist losers'
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"We know that's what he does - he's the sort of centre forward who has made a living out of being a fox in the box and scoring at every opportunity they get".
"I don't think people should make an terrible lot of it, I go to a lot of games".
After experiencing the ecstasy of coming from behind to beat Arsenal last weekend, Bournemouth's fortunes switched as they were unable to hold their lead in Eddie Howe's 100th top-flight match as manager. I thought we did well not to concede under some early pressure. This game against Bournemouth is a game which the Hammers will be expected to get a win from.