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2011 05 16 Retrieve

[West Ham part company with Avram Grant] Avram Grant is no longer the manager of West Ham United

2016 10 05 Retrieve

[West Ham respond to Brady ‘no culture’ comments] During a panel discussion at the Leaders Sport Business Summit the vice-chairman was asked about the ‘corporate culture’ at West Ham United. Unfortunately her comments were misrepresented. What she spoke about in depth at the summit was in fact the unique and strong culture our football club possesses.

Indeed she was explaining that our strong, world-renowned heritage is what sets us apart as a club. And outlining her view that the rich tradition, heritage and culture of West Ham United is what makes the Club and its supporters so special

2018 12 12 Retrieve

[West Ham extend Noble contract to 2021] The Club are delighted to announce that we have taken up the option to extend Mark Noble’s contract to 2021. There’s only one #MrWestHam

2019 09 02 Retrieve

[Chicharito completes €8m move to Sevilla from West Ham] West Ham United can confirm that striker Chicharito has joined Spanish Primera Division club Sevilla on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee. The club would like to thank Chicharito for his contribution and wish him all the best in his future career

2019 12 21 Retrieve

[World Cup winner and West Ham legend Martin Peters has died aged 76] …the 1966 World Cup winner passed away peacefully [on Saturday after] a long and courageous battle with illness. He is the fifth member of English football’s greatest-ever team now sadly lost - along with Alan Ball, Ray Wilson, Gordon Banks and his fellow West Ham Academy hero and great friend, Bobby Moore

2020 01 28 Retrieve

[David Sullivan admits West Ham cannot afford relegation from Premier League] The board is committed to ensuring that this great club has a strong and stable foundation to build upon. As custodians of West Ham United, the board will continue to manage the club in a responsible and sustainable manner and will continue to work hard for supporters

2020 04 09 Retrieve

[West Ham players agree to defer wages as Moyes and Brady accept 30% pay cuts] The savings created by the measures above will support the entire infrastructure of the club and enable us to retain jobs and continue to pay 100 per cent of staff salaries. It will also help us to continue to support the most vulnerable in our community. Through our award-winning Foundation, and the Players’ Project we have delivered, West Ham United has pledged £28m and saved the NHS £1.4m in the 150-Club diabetes programme alone - and these vital life-saving programmes need to continue

2020 04 10 Retrieve

[West Ham official statement over Corona Virus] The owners have injected £30m into the club and committed to paying all normal staff 100% of their wages, instead of exploiting the government’s furlough scheme.

Senior staff in the shape of vice-chair Karren Brady, manager David Moyes and their chief financial offer, have all agreed a 30% reduction in pay.

With the above establishing a level of trust between owners and players, the West Ham squad have agreed to defer part of their wages whilst football is suspended

[…] West Ham United can confirm that a series of measures – led by the Board, first-team players and the manager – have today been agreed to ensure the Club can continue to support our staff, fans and local community through this difficult time

2020 04 11 Retrieve

[West Ham players agree to defer wages as Moyes and Brady accept 30% pay cuts] The savings created by the measures above will support the entire infrastructure of the club and enable us to retain jobs and continue to pay 100 per cent of staff salaries. It will also help us to continue to support the most vulnerable in our community. Through our award-winning Foundation, and the Players’ Project we have delivered, West Ham United has pledged £28m and saved the NHS £1.4m in the 150-Club diabetes programme alone - and these vital life-saving programmes need to continue