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Q: 2017/18 Leicester (h)
a. Moyes has had all week with the whole squad and that will make a difference, Win
15%
  
b. Where do we start, a point would be good, Draw
13%
  
c. Let's be honest we're a shambles, still letting in two goals a game so what chance, Lose
41%
  
d. "You've destroyed our fucking Club", the only way to get the pride back in WHUFC is when the Clowns leave, Who's up for a protest?
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4%
  



Alan 11:47 Tue Dec 20
West Ham United welcome TransferMate
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West Ham United welcome TransferMate



West Ham United are delighted to announce global payments company TransferMate as the Club’s Official Payments partner.

The agreement will see TransferMate operate as the Club’s exclusive foreign currency provider for all relevant services relating to foreign exchange payments, including player transfer transactions.

TransferMate’s partnership will include the utilisation of various Club platforms, both digitally and at London Stadium, to drive brand awareness globally and grow new business via the West Ham United fanbase, corporate membership, partnership network and companies based in London’s financial district.

Launched in 2010, TransferMate offer the smartest solution for businesses worldwide to both send and receive international payments.

Using an online platform and global banking infrastructure, TransferMate virtually eliminate the cost of sending international payments by collecting and sending payments using their own local bank networks. Clients benefit from better exchange rates, lower bank transfer fees and direct integration into their back end accounting systems.

TransferMate now employ over 165 staff in offices across Europe, North America and Australasia and have won several major awards globally for providing both clients and partners with innovative payment solutions.

West Ham United Vice-Chairman Karren Brady said: “I am thrilled to welcome TransferMate as the latest global company to join our growing partnership network.

“TransferMate’s unique global payments solution will be a huge asset to us as we continue to identify and attract the brightest talents in world football.

“It is yet another significant example of our ongoing commitment to bringing innovative and ambitious partners on board who share our vision of an exciting and successful future at London Stadium.”

TransferMate Co-Founder and Group CFO, Sinead Fitzmaurice added: “This new partnership with West Ham United is of huge significance and it is an honour to be the Club's Global Foreign Exchange and Payments Provider. I am confident that our global FX solution will enable West Ham United to continue in their pursuit of attracting the world’s leading footballing talent and skills. By offering the most innovative global payment solutions in the market, TransferMate are set to deliver huge savings for the club into the future.”

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David L 2:38 Sun Jan 1
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
As long as number 16 gets himself a transfer I'm all for it.

gph 2:30 Sun Jan 1
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Mark Noble just doesn't cut it any more.

I can't see any genuine joy in his expression here. The other two aren't any better, but they're not the CAPTAIN...

ChesterRd 2:24 Sun Jan 1
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
I'm excited by this news, what a time to be alive.

Mike Oxsaw 1:54 Sun Jan 1
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
WeSwap ain't too bad.

Just saying, like.

MrTrentReznor 1:19 Sun Jan 1
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
This was covered on Irish radio by Nick Webb business news reporter (TodayFM) last week. Apparently will save West Ham millions every year.
According to him a bank will charge in excess of 5% to do a transfer fee in a foreign currency. Transfermate charge 1%.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 6:23 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
So this is a way to pay a pal anywhere in the world ?

Sounds innovative

Steven P 6:21 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Club-News/2016/Oct/manchester-united-announces-global-partnership-with-mlily.aspx

http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Club-News/2016/Sep/Apollo-regional-deal-becomes-global-Official-Tyre-Partner-of-Manchester-United.aspx

Northern Sold 6:20 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
If Tits McGee is `thrilled` then so am I....

Chigwell 6:16 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Damn, it's just a payments business - I thought it must be some wife-swapping website.

Russ of the BML 6:05 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Big fucking deal. So we now use a private company to transfer money for transfers. Why do we need to know this?

Johnson 6:00 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
I doubt the Mancs patronise folk by making such a big deal out of it though.

Joey Woodwork 1:22 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Why is this tacky,

Every club has agreements like this, Man Utd make cartloads, having Official Partners for everything.

Mart O 1:16 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
neilalex 12:06 Tue Dec 20

Ag ! My thoughts exactly...

GreenStreetPlayer 1:11 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Thought this was going to be something that helped our player transfer decisions, as we do need a lot of help.

Wils 1:06 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Noble's smile says it all.

neilalex 12:06 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
This is great news. Just who to use as a global payments company has been a dilemma for me for a long time, thankfully now solved. Thank you West Ham.

Johnson 11:51 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
We couldn't be more tacky if we tried.

collyrob 11:50 Tue Dec 20
Re: West Ham United welcome TransferMate
Fantastic news.

And SWP has finally signed as well I see.





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