Debut delight for 15-year-old midfielder

Sunday 18 Feb
Updated Sunday 18 Feb 09:00

Chesters

 

It was an U23 debut to remember for 15-year-old central midfielder Dan Chesters on Saturday as he was introduced as a late substitute tasked with seeing out the 1-0 Premier League 2 victory over Liverpool.

Chesters – who has already impressed on a number of occasions for the U18s this campaign – was given five minutes to show his qualities in Merseyside at the end of the huge Division 1 clash.

Highlights: Liverpool 0-1 West Ham United U23

Saturday 17 Feb
Updated Sunday 18 Feb 14:08

West Ham United's U23s secured their first win in five games on Saturday with an impressive 1-0 victory at top-of-the-table Liverpool.

The Premier League 2 Division 1 leaders conceded to Josh Pask's third minute strike and could not break down the Hammers who stayed resolute and defensively strong throughout.

All of the Hammers' last three victories have come on the road but their next test comes in the shape of Chelsea's PL2 side on 12 March. 

Pask delighted with winner and clean sheet at table-toppers

Saturday 17 Feb
Updated Saturday 17 Feb 19:30

Josh Pask

 

West Ham United U23 defender Josh Pask described scoring the winner in Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Premier League 2 leaders Liverpool as a ‘great feeling’ and praised his side for battling to earn a clean sheet.

Westley: We showed grit and determination in Liverpool win

Saturday 17 Feb
Updated Saturday 17 Feb 18:32

Terry

 

West Ham United U23 boss Terry Westley praised his side’s ability to show their different qualities on Saturday as the Hammers picked up an impressive 1-0 win at league leaders Liverpool.

As it happened: Liverpool 0-1 West Ham United U23

Saturday 17 Feb
Updated Monday 19 Feb 09:22
 

Liverpool v West Ham United U23s: All you need to know

Friday 16 Feb
Updated Friday 16 Feb 12:04
 

Highlights: West Ham United U23 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Tuesday 13 Feb
Updated Tuesday 13 Feb 00:46

An entertaining London derby finished all square on Monday evening as West Ham United's U23s twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

The Hammers had the better of the chances at the Chigwell Construction Stadium but Domingos Quina and Marcus Browne's first goals of the season was only enough for a point in Premier League 2.

Terry Westley's men will now look ahead to their trip to league leaders Liverpool as they go in search of their first win in five games.

Manning: It could have been even better against Spurs

Monday 12 Feb
Updated Monday 12 Feb 22:15

Manning

 

West Ham United U23 coach Liam Manning believes it could have been an even better night for his side after they twice fought back after falling behind to draw 2-2 with Tottenham Hotspur.

It was the hosts who dominated the London derby clash in Dagenham, missing a number of opportunities in an end-to-end first half before nearly stealing all three points in a cagier second.

As it happened: West Ham United U23 v Tottenham Hotspur

Monday 12 Feb
Updated Monday 12 Feb 20:55