It’s the final weekend of the Premier League season and with all the most important action taking place at the wrong end of the table, Ollie Jackson gives his thoughts on who’s going down.
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The final Sunday of the domestic English Premier League season is almost upon us and BackPageFootball’s Ger McCarthy looks at the battle for survival in one of the closest relegation tussles for many years.
Willie Gannon explains why Nani should’ve taken the Writer’s Player of the Year award, and not West Ham’s Scott Parker.
There’s a bit of a renaissance underway at West Ham United, and it’s being led by a man who only joined the club in January.
After a break over the Christmas period, Barry McEvoy is back with some bettings tips for this weekend’s Premier League games.
In his first article for BackPageFootball.com, Barry McEvoy bravely opens with some betting tips for this weekend’s Premier League games.
In the first of a new series focusing on cult heroes of the game, Robbie Deighan looks at former West Ham and Lazio striker Paolo Di Canio.
The transfer window is now officially shut until January, and Neil Sherwin looks at the talking points from deadline day.
Next in our Season Preview is West Ham, who barely avoided relegation last season under Gianfranco Zola. With a new manager comes a new era at the club, and fans will be hoping for a less stressful season under Avram Grant.
In the latest of BackPageFootball’s big interviews, we spoke exclusively to England legend and 1966 World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst about England’s World Cup chances and going on at former club West Ham. (Words by Neil Sherwin) It’s rare that you get time to sit down and chat to a World Cup winner, let […]