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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



Mex Martillo 12:14 Wed Jul 21
Reading v West Ham on whufc.com
Wednesday evening’s pre-season match at Reading will be available for Hammers fans to watch live here on whufc.com!

We’ll be streaming the action from the Select Car Leasing Stadium to you free of charge from 7pm, meaning you don’t have to miss a kick from our latest friendly.

Following draws with Dundee and Leyton Orient, and a 2-1 victory over Northampton Town, David Moyes’ men will be looking to take another step forward when they face the Championship outfit in Berkshire.

You can tune in live right here, or on our Official Twitter and Facebook channels, and official mobile app, as we bring the action direct to your laptop, phone or tablet.

The Hammers will also be wearing their new Umbro Home Kit for the first time, and you can get your hands on it now either by visiting our Online Store here, or by visiting one of our four Club Stores.

Please note we are unable to stream to Mexico, South Korea, Sweden, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia and Cyprus, as the game will be broadcast on TV in these territories.

https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2021/july/21-july/watch-tonights-friendly-reading-whufccom

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⚒️ 10:09 Thu Jul 22
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Standard practise for friendly games, Tex.

Texas Iron 9:59 Thu Jul 22
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Why no names on our shirts ???

Cost savings ???

lab 7:15 Thu Jul 22
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I thought the control and finish for his goal was very good .

Jasnik 7:14 Thu Jul 22
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yngwies Cat 3:28 Thu Jul 22

depending on how well they did depends if they get a squad number for this season

Manuel 7:10 Thu Jul 22
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Hopefully Johnson does still fulfill his potential, always remember that Westley was convinced he was the real deal. Big season for him, and they need to nail him down to one position, preferably.

Alwaysaniron 6:58 Thu Jul 22
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Benrahma looked liked hes' bulked up a bit.

Antonio looked knackered (too much bulk)

Coventry looked useful

Johnson did well.

Lanzini looked full of running too

Syd Puddefoot 4:03 Thu Jul 22
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Highlights on the OS if anyone is interested.

the exile 4:03 Thu Jul 22
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Terry - got to agree about Okoflex - seems to have some skill but didn't use it to any effect. Can't see him breaking out of the U23s.

Coventry looks good to me - he did the simple things very effectively but can also pick a pass and knows where the goal is. Definitely should be ahead of Noble unless we're needing the skipper's leadership.

yngwies Cat 3:28 Thu Jul 22
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How come Reading had no numbers on the back?

Job lot of kits from JD sports?

Block 1:08 Thu Jul 22
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Johnson looked good yesterday, and I've been a huge critic of him, but Reading were shit.

Their keeper looks decent though.

Full Claret Jacket 12:49 Thu Jul 22
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It wasn't an easy match to get any perspective from with all the subs and Reading being pretty poor.

A few positives. Johnson - used on both sides, overlapped well and put in good crosses with both feet aside from a well taken goal. He looks to be progressing well. Hopefully takes some confidence into the new season.
Lanzini and Ogbonna looked quite sharp. Coventry was good at finding space and keeping the ball moving with good tempo. He is knocked off the ball quite easily though and I though the ref was kind with a few free kicks.
The pace of Bowen caused them problems running in behind. One of few who actually looked to be pushing himself.
Didn't see much from Holland. Even the breakaway opportunity we had, he had options to play someone in but stopped and slowed the game down. I don't think he has the pace, energy or movement to be a top player and he is getting on now. Got to think a decision needs to be made there.
Antonio looked heavy, leggy and tired to me. Fornals played a few great passes but generally quiet.

Sven Roeder 10:54 Thu Jul 22
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Agree re Coventry
There were definitely chances to use him ahead of Noble late last season but Moyes seemed reluctant

Sven Roeder 10:52 Thu Jul 22
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Okoflex?

Thats definitely a player & not a new routine dreamt up by the fitness coaches right?

Lee Trundle 10:50 Thu Jul 22
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Holland, unfortunately, fluffed his lines last night. It's probably now or never for him, and based on last night's performance he didn't do enough for me.

I'd be sticking with Coventry though. He looks assured and has 2 goals so far in 2 preseason games. I'd even "promote" him ahead or at least alongside Noble who we need to be fazing out.

fraser 10:46 Thu Jul 22
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Terry - I read that, but these sites always do it and just take a lot of idiotic tweets and post them. One said who needs Lingard when we have Okoflex..

Sven Roeder 10:42 Thu Jul 22
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Preseason games are just about fitness rather than busting a gut for regulars but a chance for fringe players to make a mark.

I think we need to be looking for a long term centre half (I always use the example of Leicester buying Fofana) & hopefully Alves can push on and be involved also.
Dawson was an absolute bonus last season but he really needs to revert to his original role as mid 30's emergency back up. He might have one more season where he can cope at this level.

Its time to make a decision on some of these others .... I expect Holland will be moved on and they need to make up their minds on Coventry. Use him or move him on.
If we find a left back and Johnson can be Coufal's deputy at right back I could see Fredericks being sold or wanting a move.

13 Brentford Rd 10:16 Thu Jul 22
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Free transfer - Another winger.

terry-h 10:11 Thu Jul 22
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That ridiculous website 'Hammers News' reckons West Ham fans were very impressed by the display by Okoflex last night.
I barely noticed him and he was subbed at halftime. Anyone here think he's good enough for the first team?

Manuel 4:05 Thu Jul 22
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With Stowie on this one. While Dawson and Diop are both decent enough in their own way, if we really want to build I think we need to bring in a top class CB to partner Ogbonna. We will know by the end of next month if Moyes sees it that way too. It may also depend if Diop goes or not. The CB at Fiorentina, Milenković, looks the ticket to me.

See that Brentford have signed Ajer from Celtic.

SDKFZ 222 3:54 Thu Jul 22
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I haven’t been to Reading since Jimmy Kebe taunted Collison by adjusting his socks.

wanstead_hammer 1:03 Thu Jul 22
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It was a decent run out. Especially in the heat.

And agree that Alves looks a good player. Solid, confident, aware of what’s around him, reads the game well and always wants to be involved.

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