Social Hammers

As a number of West Ham United players represented their countries on international duty this week, takes a look at their social media posts while away with their national sides...

Republic of Ireland stopper Darren Randolph was looking forward to his side's friendly with Oman ahead of their opening FIFA World Cup qualifier in Serbia


Randolph's fellow Hammers keeper Adrian was enjoying the company of his new Spain teammates after receiving his first international call-up


Meanwhile Michail Antonio was getting stuck in England training after his maiden Three Lions selection


Gokhan Tore was also with his nation - Turkey - and enjoyed meeting the country's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan


Back in Ireland, Randolph offered some congratulations to former Hammer and Boys in Green skipper Robbie Keane, who bowed out of international football with a goal against Oman


And while the Premier League sides enjoyed a break on the pitch, they were certainly busy off it as the transfer window slammed shut. The Hammers did some great last day business, bringing experienced defender Alvara Arbeloa to the Club


#westham @premierleague @umbro

A photo posted by Alvaro Arbeloa (@aarbeloa17) on


Dimitri Payet, building his fitness up, was twice in action for France, playing as a substitute in their fixtures against Italy and Belarus


@equipedefrance @westham @west_ham_art #teamboumbam #8 #27 #fiersdetrebleus #lelitecestnous

A photo posted by Dimitri Payet (@payetdimitri27) on


Sofiane Feghouli remained at West Ham during the break as he regained his fitness, but wished his Algeria teammates luck


Teenage defender Reece Oxford was representing England U20s against Brazil, a match which they eventually lost narrowly 


And, for the senior Three Lions squad, although Antonio did not feautre against Slovakia, the winger was proud to taste his first international experience


Ogbonna was away with Italy and apparent new hairdresser Graziano Pelle!



And finally, after representing Wales for the 50th time, James Collins showed what a true gentleman he is with a kind gesture having accidentally hit a young supporter with a warm-up shot