Hammers Help Charity

West Ham's stars - or those that are still around this international week - set aside their professional worries to chat to representatives of a charity involving disabled people in Romania 
at Chadwell Heath on Tuesday afternoon.
And a photo shoot afforded one beneficiary of the organisation's work a first glimpse of Joe Cole's new blond hair style.
19 year old Cosmina Ristea, who lost a leg aged seven, has just been given an artificial leg to allow her to pursue her dream of becoming a model.
And George Henry, who heads the HAPEE charity, says the club have played their part.
The acronym stands for Humanitarian Aid for People in Eastern Europe, and George says he is grateful for West Ham's help.
"I would like to thank them for their generous assistance," he says, "and also for treating us so well today.
"The players have been great with us and we are hoping to go from strength to strength."
Every year George goes to Romania to distribute wheelchairs; indeed he uses one himself.
His next project is to raise money for a young boy who has lost both his legs and has to be carried around on his mother's back.
Glenn Roeder says:
"We all wish George all the best with his work; it is tremendous what he has achieved so far.
"It brings home to you just how fortunate we are dealing with supremely fit athletes."
If you are interested in knowing more about the charity, or making a donation, please ring 01702 713373.