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Hammers Impenetrable

By Gary Watton
September 23 2018

It had to happen eventually, and so it came to pass. Chelsea failed to score for the first time in the league this season, and in the process could not maintain their perfect start. West Ham United were always a likely banana skin, as our record away to them in recent years is a bit ropey. In the event, the Hammers imitated the Magpies by largely shutting up shop, and only occasionally offering an... More >

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