Transfer Sum up (so far )

Arsenal: Lacazette from Lyon and Kolasinic from Shalke

Bournemouth: Begovic from Chelsea, Defoe from Sunderland, Ake from Chelsea and Mahoney from Blackburn

Brighton: Gross from Ingolstadt, Kerr from Celtic, Ryan from Valencia, Suttner from Ingolstadt and Normann from FK Bodo/Glimt

Burnley: Walters from Stoke City, Taylor from Leeds and Cork from Swansea

Chelsea: Morata from Real Madrid, Caballero from Man City, Rudiger from Roma, Bakayoko from Monaco and Ampadu from Exeter

Crystal Palace: Loftus-cheek from Chelsea, Riedawald from Ajax.

Everton: Rooney from Man United, Pickford from Sunderland Klaassen from Ajax, Onyekuru from Eupen, Ramirez from Malaga, Keane from Burnley,  Bowler from QPR, Martina from Southampton,  Markelo from FC Volendam,  Mathis from Metz and Donkor from Wolfsburg.

Leicester: Maguire from Hull, Hughes from Chester,  Iborra from Sevilla and Jakupovic from Hull.

Liverpool: Salah from Roma, Solanke from Chelsea and Robertson from Hull.

Man City: Mendy from Monaco, Danilo from Real Madrid, Silva from Monaco, Ederson from Benfica, Walker from Tottenham, and Luiz from Vasco Da Gama

Man UTD: Lindelof from Benfica and Lukaku from Everton

Newcastle: Atsu from Chelsea, Lejeune from Eibar, O’Connor from Arsenal, Yarney from Everton, Murphy from Norwich and Manquillo from Atletico Madrid

Southampton: Bednarek from Lech Poznan

Stoke City: Fletcher from West Brom, Tymon from Hull and Pemberton from Blackburn

Swansea City: Mesa from Las Palmas, Abraham from Chelsea, Harries from Coventry, Walsh from Finn Harps and Mulder from Heerenveen

Watford: Cleverly from Everton, Hughes from Derby, Femenia from Alaves, Bachmann from Stoke, Chalobah from Chelsea, Bradbury from Portsmouth and Howes from West Ham

West Brom: Rodriguez from Southampton, Hegazi from Al Ahly, Yu’Ning from Vitesse and Pierce from Everton

West Ham: Zabaleta from Man City, Hart from Man City, Arnautovic from Stoke and Hernandez from Bayern Leverkusen


p.s: all of this information was provided from Sky Sports:






West Ham Planning On Javier Hernandez Move

West Ham are getting desperate for a striker, and Javier Hernandez is wanting to move from Bayer Leverkusen. He has spent time with Manchester United and Real Madrid, but at the moment he is looking for a new club. Hernandez is reportedly in talks with West Ham for a 23 million dollar move to London. A move back to the Premier league could be on the cards for Hernandez.


Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea

Arsene Wenger secured his record seventh FA Cup final win as Arsenal produced a magnificent display to win a Wembley thriller against 10-man Chelsea.lAexis Sanchez gave Arsenal the lead in contentious fashion after only four minutes, when referee Anthony Taylor overruled his assistant after he had flagged for offside against Aaron Ramsey.

Goals: Alexis Sanchez ( 4 min ARS) Diego Costa (76min CHE) Aaron Ramsey (79min ARS)


West Ham/Winston Reid Season Review

Winston Reid played well, but was hindered by injury this season. He put up some of his best stats and was great in most of the games he played. He did play most games but a lot of them he was partly injured. This season also created a new centre-back partnership between him and Jose Fonte.

West Ham didn’t go as well as expected, mainly because of a great campaign last season. They finished in 11th after an interesting last two weeks, in which they helped Chelsea (1-0 Tottenham), and Chelsea helped them (1-0 West Brom). Overall, their season was still pretty terrible, with inconsistent performances and injuries, along with the sale of Payet. They are now focusing on next season, as they are currently expected to sign Pablo Zabaleta from Man City, and are also trying to complete a transfer for Kelechi Iheanacho, also from Man City.  Selling Mark Noble should also be on their bucket list. They did earn their biggest ever season profit this season, and beat Burnley on their final day, so there’s still something to smile about for West Ham fans.


Game Week 38

Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough        Watford 0-5 Man City         Chelsea 5-1 Sunderland       Southampton 0-1 Stoke City            Arsenal 3-1 Everton         Hull City 1-7 Tottenham             Leicester City 1-1 Bournemouth         Burnley 1-2 West Ham                                                 Man United 2-0 Crystal Palace         Swansea 2-1 West Brom

Tottenham put in another big win as Man City and Chelsea put up 5 goals against their opponent. The last game week provided plenty of action. West Ham overcame a 1 goal deficit to beat Burnley and Tottenham scored 7 goals, equaling the club record of most goals scored in a match.


Tottenham 6 Leicester 1

Tottenham have smashed Leicester in a game they were only winning 2-0 at halftime. Harry Kane scored 4 and Son bagged a double. Tottenham scored 2 goals in the last 4 minutes to all but win the match. Leicester scored a goal in the 59th minute because Hugo Lloris came out to try and intercept a pass but somehow the ball found its way to Ben Chilwell, and he put the ball into the back of the net. Harry Kane has now scored more goals in 2017 than 4 different teams and has scored one less goal than Man United.

Goals: Harry Kane (25th, 63rd, 88th, 90+2nd min TOT) Son Hueng-Min (36th, 71st min TOT) Ben Chilwell (59th min LEI)


Chelsea 4-3 Watford

Chelsea played Watford after a guard of honor from Watford this Tuesday. Antonio Contes wife was reduced to tears after Chelsea fans sing rousing rendition, for Italian boss. The game came down to the wire after 7 goals were scored. Fabregas scored in the 88th minute to win it for the champions.

Goals : a lot