Sam Allardyce and David Moyes can consider themselves reasonably unlucky to be out of a job this week. Reports indicate that Moyes simply lost patience with a club that showed little indication they wanted him after he did the job he was hired to do, while Allardyce's Jupiter-sized ego rarely allows him to contemplate the notion that any adverse outcomes are his fault.
Both clubs could have made solid cases had they wanted to keep their men. Allardyce tightened Everton's defence and got them to...
LONDON, England -- Three points as Manchester United draw 0-0 with West Ham at the London Stadium.
1. Man United get over the line
Jose Mourinho wanted the point that guaranteed Manchester United will finish second in the Premier League this season, and he got it -- but not much else.
His team drew a league game for the first time in 2018 to make sure they are runners-up to Manchester City. It is deserved, but games like this show just how difficult it will be to bridge the gap to Pep Guardiola's...
LONDON -- Three thoughts from London Stadium as Man City wrapped up a comprehensive 4-1 victory over West Ham.
1. Man City win big to match Chelsea's record
Manchester City were simply too good on Sunday for West Ham as they hit another milestone in their stunning Premier League campaign and matched another with a 4-1 win. Not only did they become the fourth team to break the 100-goal mark for the season (the record is 103) but they pulled level with Chelsea on 30 league victories. With three...
It's difficult to say where it all went wrong for Joe Hart at Manchester City. He was once the rock on which two title-winning teams were built, capable of pulling off incredible saves to keep his side in the lead in tight games and he played a huge part in the club's successes in 2012 and 2014.
He's now staring down the barrel of the threat of his career frittering away much earlier than it should have done.
On Sunday, Pep Guardiola takes the newly crowned champions to West Ham's Olympic Stadium....
LONDON -- Three quick thoughts on Arsenal's 4-1 win over West Ham as fans got their first chance to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger.
1. Wenger's long goodbye begins with a win
It took a while to come to life, with the shock of Arsene Wenger's impending departure perhaps stunning the Arsenal fans into silence, but the first game in the Frenchman's long goodbye as manager ended in victory as West Ham's survival hopes suffered a dent at the Emirates.
The 4-1 winning scoreline flattered Arsenal, with three...
Not for the first time, Karren Brady incurred the wrath of West Ham fans with an ill-timed tweet published on Monday evening.
Just 15 minutes before the Hammers were due to kick off their Monday night TV game against Stoke City at the London Stadium, the club's executive vice-chairman forewent any comment on the game to instead remind her followers to watch her new television series, which started at the same time on UK channel ITV.
15mins until my new show Give it a Year starts on ITV, hope you watch it and hope you enjoy it!