West Ham United

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West Ham United

West Ham United, also known as the Irons, are currently flying high in the 2015/2016 EPL season—all thanks to some rejuvenation and shrewd business made in the last transfer window. The club did not only change its entire management team during the last window; it also brought in some great players.

Currently fighting for a place in next season’s Champions League campaign; West Ham United will for a very long time remember the current season as one of its best in the EPL era.

West Ham United wants to attract higher caliber players

West Ham United is enjoying their best Premier League run in modern times as the squad of Slaven Bilic is currently positioned in the 7th spot and have collected victories against top clubs in English league including: Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

The players of Slaven Bilic are performing better than ever before with an entertaining playing style and they are now hoping that this recent change of form will help lure into the club a different class of players.

West Ham United Anthem Narrates Fans

The Premier League club West Ham United is known for having a rather unique anthem which narrates fans of the club blowing bubbles up in the sky and just like their dreams, before reaching the sky they fade away and die.

There are fans that want the anthem to be changed as it does not project a very successful or positive image towards the club with their dreams fading away, it’s not something that anybody wants to hear or actually happen to them.

West Ham Interested In Niang

There was once a time when the Frenchman M'Baye Niang was hailed to be as one of the most promising stars of the Serie A as he became the second youngest goal-scorer in the history of the Italian club to score when Niang was 17 years and 350 days old during a Coppa Italia match against Reggina.

Allardyce eyes reinforcements

Sam Allardyce has a shortlist of 25 players as he looks to bolster his injury-hit West Ham squad during the January transfer window.

He is currently coping without eight first-team players, while suspensions to Jack Collison and Joey O’Brien have also made things tough.

Speaking to BBC London 94.9, he said: “There are about 25 names on my pad already at the minute.

"It is important to sift through the information we have and try to make the right choices as quickly as we can."

GRANT BLOCKS PARKER MOVE

West Ham United boss Avram Grant has told that there was never a chance of Parker leaving the club. West Ham United boss Avram Grant was happy to see the transfer window close with Scott Parker still on the books.

Spurs were being linked with Parker right through to yesterday's deadline day.

Grant said: "Parker? Nothing as far as I know. They know we want Scott Parker. He's very important for us. This season is difficult but we have a project for the next seasons and Scott is very important."

WEST HAM KEEN TO KEEP COLE

West Ham are unwilling to let star striker Carlton Cole leave the club for anything less than £12 million, with any cash-plus-player offers certain to be rejected.

The Hammers are expected to officially announce that Avram Grant will be the club's new manager on Thursday, and the former Portsmouth boss has earmarked four or five players who he would like to sign in order to strengthen the squad ahead of next season.

But any moves for new players will need to be funded, with the sale of England internationals Cole and Matthew Upson the most likely source of finance.