Ken Dyer: The legend that is Bobby Moore lives on


London Evening Standard correspondent Ken Dyer, who began following the Hammers as a fan in the early 1960s and has been reporting on the Club for more than 45 years, pays tribute to England’s 1966 FIFA World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore on the 25th anniversary of his tragic passing…


One of the good things about a legend is that their reputation lives on long after they are gone.

The word itself has several different meanings but one is: ‘Someone famous and admired, usually because of their ability in a particular area.’

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Top 3 Hammers heartthrobs: Chris Scull remembers...

Wednesday 14 Feb
Updated Wednesday 14 Feb 12:07
Chris Scull


West Ham TV's Watch With... presenter Chris Scull makes lists of things and asks if you remember them...

It’s Valentine’s Day, 24 hours of the year to celebrate romance, love and make last-minute dashes to the supermarket service station to buy a bunch of flowers or an overpriced box of chocolates for our significant other.

Hammers will go back to basics tonight - Cottee

Friday 24 Nov
Updated Friday 24 Nov 16:28
Tony Cottee


West Ham United legend Tony Cottee believes West Ham United manager David Moyes will go 'back to basics' in his first home game in charge.

The Hammers host Leicester City at London Stadium on Friday evening and Cottee, who also played for the Foxes during his illustrious career, has called for unity among the Claret and Blue Army.

Cottee: We are looking, solid hard to beat and close to our physical peak

Thursday 19 Oct
Updated Thursday 19 Oct 13:06
Tony Cottee and Slaven Bilic


West Ham United are ‘looking solid, hard to beat and close to reaching a peak physical level’, according to Hammers great Tony Cottee.

The striker, who scored 146 goals in 336 appearances in Claret and Blue across two spells, says his former team’s recent performances have given him confidence that his old Club can yet enjoy a successful season.

‘Create chances for Chicharito and he will score’

Tuesday 17 Oct
Updated Tuesday 17 Oct 13:17
Chicharito celebrates scoring at Southampton in August


If West Ham United create chances for Chicharito, the striker will score goals.

That is the view of former Hammers striker Bobby Zamora, who knew a thing or two about finding the back of the net himself during a successful 17-year career.