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TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Barclays Premier League

2014-15 Barclays Premier League

Manager : Sam Allardyce

28 May 2014

MAURO ZARATE Argentine striker signs from VELEZ SARSFIELD for an undisclosed fee

 

18 June 2014

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 24-year-old Senegal international midfielder signs from Belgian side RSC ANDERLECHT for an undisclosed fee

 

2 July 2014

TONY CARR MBE takes up a new ambassadorial role at the Club following a restructuring at the Academy of Football

 

3 July 2014

AARON CRESSWELL 24-year-old signs from Championship side Ipswich Town on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee

 

4 July 2014

MATTHEW TAYLOR joins BURNLEY on a free transfer

 

8 July 2014

DIEGO POYET signs from CHARLTON ATHLETIC for an undisclosed compensation fee

CRYSTAL PALACE : Barclays Premier League

SHEFFIELD UNITED : Capital One Cup (Second Round)

14_08_16 WHU v. Tottenham Hotspur

Upton Park

0 - 1

16 August 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: C. Foy

9 July 2014

ALOU DIARRA and West Ham United reach a mutual agreement to terminate his contract and registration with immediate effect

 

17 July 2014

ENNER VALENCIA Ecuador international signs from Mexican side PACHUCA for an undisclosed fee

 

18 July 2014

STEPHEN HENDERSON and West Ham United have reached a mutual agreement to terminate the goalkeeper's contract and registration with immediate effect

RAPHAEL SPIEGEL joins Sky Bet League One club CRAWLEY TOWN on an emergency loan basis

 

31 July 2014

CARL JENKINSON England international joins the Hammers on a season-long loan from ARSENAL

 

14 August 2014

DIAFRA SAKHO Senegal international signs from French club FC METZ for an undisclosed fee

Adrian

O'Brien (Demel)

Reid

Collins

Cresswell

Nolan

Noble

Kouyate

Downing

Vaz Te (Diame)

Cole (Valencia)

AARON CRESSWELL, CHEIKHOU KOUYATE and ENNER VALENCIA all make make their debut against TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

Tottenham Hotspur stole all three points at the Boleyn Ground, as Spurs debutant Eric Dier popped up in the third minute of stoppage time to consign West Ham United to defeat on the opening day of the Barclays Premier League. With the game seemingly headed for a goalless draw, Dier raced onto Harry Kane's through ball before rounding Adrian and slotting into the unguarded net. Mark Noble had earlier passed up the Hammers' best chance after half an hour, firing his spot-kick wide of the post in the wake of Kyle Naughton's dismissal for handball. But Sam Allardyce's men were unable to keep their full complement either, as James Collins saw red in the 63rd minute for a second bookable offence.  

14_08_23 Crystal Palace v. WHU

Selhurst Park

3 - 1 (Cole, Downing, Zarate)

23 August 2014

Att: 24,242

Referee: M. Clattenburg

Adrian

O'Brien

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Kouyate

Noble

Downing (Diame)

Zarate (Poyet)

Vaz Te

Cole (Sakho)

 

MAURO ZARATE, DIAFRA SAKHO and DIEGO POYET all make make their Hammers debut against CRYSTAL PALACE at Selhurst Park

Mauro Zarate enjoyed a dream West Ham United debut as he helped his new team record their first win of the Barclays Premier League season. His stunning 20-yard volley gave the Hammers a first half lead at Crystal Palace - and it was an advantage they never relinquished in an accomplished away display. Stewart Downing doubled the advantage shortly after Zarate's opener, and although ex-Hammer Marouane Chamakh pulled one back four minutes after the restart, Carlton Cole made sure of the points with West Ham's third. It sealed an ideal return to English Football for the Argentine forward six years after a loan at Birmingham City, and he wore the broadest of smiles at the final whistle

West Ham United fell to a shock shootout defeat by Sheffield United in the Capital One Cup, as the Sky Bet League One side prevailed 5-4 from the spot to book their place in the last 32. After the first eight penalties had all been confidently converted, summer signing Enner Valencia was denied by the excellent Mark Howard, allowing visiting skipper Michael Doyle to tuck home the decisive strike from 12 yards. West Ham had looked to be in control when Diafra Sakho marked his home debut with a maiden goal, but Winston Reid put through his own net after 12 second half minutes to force the extra 30 minutes. But there would be no winner in the additional half hour, leaving Sheffield United to seal victory from the spot.      

14_08_26 WHU v. Sheffield United COC

Upton Park

1 - 1 (Sakho)  lost 4-5 pens

26 August 2014

Att: 28,930

Referee: J. Linington

Jaaskelainen

Demel

Reid

Burke

Potts

Morrison (Noble)

Diame

Poyate

Vaz Te (Zarate)

Valencia

Sakho (Downing)

 

SOUTHAMPTON : Barclays Premier League

14_08_30 WHU v. Southampton 14_09_15 Hull City v. WHU 14_09_20 WHU v. Liverpool

 

30 August 2014

ALEX SONG

Cameroon midfielder signs from BARCELONA on a season-long loan

 

 

1 September 2014

MOHAMED DIAME

Joins Barclays Premier League club HULL CITY on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee

 

 

1 September 2014

MORGAN AMALFITANO

French international signs from Ligue 1 club OLYMPIQUE de MARSEILLE for an undisclosed fee

It all looked so promising for much of the first half after Mark Noble's deflected strike gave West Ham the lead, but Southampton hit back on the stroke of half-time through Morgan Schneiderlin and pushed on from there. West Ham were not at the races after the break as the visitors took control and, aided by some generous defending, Schneiderlin's second gave them the lead. Graziano Pelle's third near the end gave the scoreline added gloss from a Southampton perspective.

HULL CITY : Barclays Premier League

ALEX SONG, CARL JENKINSON and MORGAN AMALFITANO all make their Hammers debut against HULL CITY at the KC Stadium

West Ham’s draw at the KC Stadium was probably just about right in the end. Hull City led at the break through Abel Hernandez's header. The Hammers came back thanks to Enner Valencia's 25-yard rocket but went behind again as Mo Diame notched in his first game since leaving east London for the Tigers. Back West Ham came once more, with Diafra Sakho forcing home via a touch from home defender Curtis Davies. An entertaining game of Football and a point apiece as the Hammers draw for the first time in eight months, 19 Premier League games winning eight and losing 10 of their previous 18.

 

LIVERPOOL : Barclays Premier League

An inspired West Ham United bagged a first home win of the new Barclays Premier League campaign courtesy of a lightning start against a shell-shocked Liverpool. Winston Reid opened the scoring from point-blank range to notch his first goal in just over a year, before the home side assumed complete control with a fabulous Diafra Sakho lob. Raheem Sterling smashed the visitors back into contention on 26 minutes and though chances came and went at both ends, second-half substitute and home debutant Morgan Amalfitano steered home a decisive third in the dying minutes.

MANCHESTER UNITED : Barclays Premier League

14_09_27 Manchester United v. WHU 14_10_05 WHU v. QPR 14_10_18 Burnley v. WHU

A spirited West Ham United were edged out by ten-man Manchester United at Old Trafford, as the Hammers were beaten on their travels for the first time in the Barclays Premier League this campaign. Wayne Rooney's stylish finish and a typically clinical Robin Van Persie fired Louis Van Gaal's men into a two-goal lead inside 21 minutes, before Diafra Sakho halved the Hammers' arrears from point-blank range. Goalscorer Rooney saw red on the hour mark for a wild challenge on Stewart Downing and yet for all their second-half pressure, Sam Allardyce's men were unable to make their numerical or territorial advantage count.

QUEENS PARK RANGERS : Barclays Premier League

West Ham United eased to a second successive Barclays Premier League victory at the Boleyn Ground, as a goal in either half proved plenty to see off newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers.  Just as they did against Liverpool two weeks previously, West Ham struck early, when Nedum Onuoha shinned Stewart Downing's fifth-minute corner into his own net. Though Charlie Austin twice went close for the visitors, the in-form Diafra Sakho effectively settled the contest shortly before the hour mark, applying the final touch to James Tomkins' looping effort. Victory and a first clean sheet of the campaign propels the Hammers up to seventh.  

BURNLEY : Barclays Premier League

10 October 2014

ENNER VALENCIA 3rd ECUADOR cap

USA International Friendly Rentschler Stadium, Connecticut, USA 1-1

 

 

14 October 2014

ENNER VALENCIA 4th ECUADOR cap

EL SALVADOR International Friendly, Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey 5-1

 

 

15 October 2014

JAMES COLLINS 28th WALES cap

BELGIUM World Cup Qualifier Koning Boudewijn Stadium, Brussels 1-1 (43 caps)

West Ham celebrated another fine win on their travels. Not that it was always straightforward, but West Ham were exceptional in front of goal early on in the second half, with two splendid headers from Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia. After Boyd had halved the Clarets' arrears, Carlton Cole settled any lingering jitters to seal a fourth Barclays Premier League win of the season.

MANCHESTER CITY : Barclays Premier League

14_10_25 WHU v. Manchester City 14_11_01 Stoke City v. WHU 14_11_08 WHU v. Aston Villa

West Ham United's stunning start to the Barclays Premier League season continued as they toppled reigning champions Manchester City in a pulsating encounter at the Boleyn Ground. Morgan Amalfitano set the Hammers on their way with the simplest of finishes after 21 minutes, before Diafra Sakho made it an astonishing six league goals in as many starts with another supreme header. David Silva's exquisite individual effort made for a grandstand finish, but the Hammers were to hold on to record a third successive win and move within a point of second-placed City.  

STOKE CITY : Barclays Premier League

Sam Allardyce hailed the spirit of his West Ham United side after they recovered from a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2 at Stoke City. The Hammers looked to be heading for a first defeat in four Barclays Premier League matches when goals from Victor Moses and Mame Biram Diouf either side of the break put the Potters in control. However, a change in formation to a diamond and the introduction of substitute Carlton Cole changed the course of the game. First, Enner Valencia converted Stewart Downing's right-wing cross with a fantastic diving header before the pair switched roles for Downing to fire in the equaliser 17 minutes from time.

ASTON VILLA : Barclays Premier League

West Ham United were held to a frustrating goalless draw by a resolute Aston Villa side at the Boleyn Ground, as the Hammers extended their unbeaten Barclays Premier League run to five. The in-form Stewart Downing was foiled by a fabulous one-handed Brad Guzan stop prior to the interval, before Diafra Sakho twice failed to hit the target with golden headed chances in the latter stages. The returning Andy Carroll was introduced late on and came so close to snatching all three points for the hosts, as his back-post header produced another fine save from the Villa stopper.

EVERTON : Barclays Premier League

18 November 2014

GEORGE MONCUR joins COLCHESTER UNITED on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee

14_11_22 Everton v. WHU 14_11_29 WHU v. Newcastle United 14_12_13 Sunderland v. WHU

Sam Allardyce cut a frustrated figure after his injury-hit West Ham United side were edged out 2-1 at Everton in the Barclays Premier League. The Hammers lost five important players in the build-up to their trip to Goodison Park, before insult was added to injury when a clearly offside Romelu Lukaku fired the Toffees in front on 26 minutes. To their credit, West Ham recovered to equalise through substitute Mauro Zarate's deflected effort eleven minutes after half-time and looked by far the more likely team to go on and win what was, at times, a feistily contested game. However, the visitors were struck by a sucker punch with 17 minutes to go. From defending their own corner, Everton broke the length of the pitch through Lukaku before Samuel Eto'o crossed low for Leon Osman to score on his 400th Toffees appearance.

NEWCASTLE UNITED : Barclays Premier League

25 November 2014

RAPHAEL SPIEGEL joins Vanarama Conference side BARNET on a month-long loan

West Ham United returned to winning ways in the Barclays Premier League as Aaron Cresswell's first goal for the Club proved sufficient to see the Hammers past high-flying Newcastle United at the Boleyn Ground. On the back of five successive league wins, Alan Pardew's men were always likely to prove a stern test and so it proved in a competitive if uneventful opening 45 in east London. But the game turned on a slice of good fortune and a fabulous finish in the 56th minute, as Cheikhou Kouyate's scuffed strike fell for Cresswell in the box, whose first-time finish in front of the Bobby Moore Stand was unerring. Moussa Sissoko lost his head late on to earn two cautions in a matter of seconds and leave his side a man light, as Sam Allardyce's men stood strong to secure a first win in four and climb back up to fifth.

WEST BROMWICH ALBION : Barclays Premier League

The Irons had to dig deep after the break to make sure of victory but they did enough after falling behind early on to make it two wins in a row. West Ham centre-back James Tomkins' first goal in two years sent struggling West Brom to a fourth straight defeat. Craig Dawson ended Albion's 323-minute Premier League goal drought when he glanced in Graham Dorrans' free-kick. But Kevin Nolan nodded in to equalise after keeper Ben Foster had pushed out Andy Carroll's overhead kick. Tomkins increased the pressure on West Brom boss Alan Irvine by heading in Stewart Downing's corner in first-half stoppage time. Victory strengthened West Ham's grip on fifth place.

SWANSEA CITY : Barclays Premier League

Andy Carroll scored twice as West Ham United secured their eigth win of the season to beat Swansea City 3-1 at the Boleyn Ground. The Hammers recovered from a goal down to defeat the Swans to make it three  wins in nine days for Big Sam and his players. The Hammers came from a goal down for the second game in succession to take all three points, after Wilfried Bony had fired the visitors in front against the run of play on 19 minutes. Andy Carroll took centre-stage, powering in Carl Jenkinson's fine cross just before half-time, then rising high to nod in Stewart Downing's inch-perfect corner midway through the second half. Substitute Sakho, on his return from injury, then attracted a challenge from Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski which saw the Pole sent-off before hitting both posts with low shots. The Senegalese was not to be denied, however, and thrashed home the clinching third when he beat substitute goalkeeper Ashley Williams to Carroll's flick-on.

SUNDERLAND : Barclays Premier League

West Ham United battled back from a goal behind against Sunderland to secure a 1-1 Barclays Premier League draw at the Stadium of Light. James Tomkins was harshly adjudged to have felled Adam Johnson in the box, Jordi Gomez set the hosts on their way with a 21st minute penalty. But Sam Allardyce's men trailed for just eight minutes, as Stewart Downing's deflected drive nestled in the far corner of Costel Pantilimon's goal. The stalemate extends the Hammers' unbeaten sequence to four, while they have now suffered just one defeat in their last ten.      

LEICESTER CITY : Barclays Premier League

14_12_26 Chelsea v. WHU 14_12_28 WHU v. Arsenal

West Ham United swept aside Barclays Premier League bottom club Leicester City, as goals in either half from Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing fired the Hammers to a third home win in succession. Having passed up a glorious chance moments earlier, Carroll seized on a wayward Paul Konchesky backpass to hand the hosts a 24th-minute advantage. The in-form Downing then bagged his fourth of an already excellent campaign to put further daylight between the sides after 56 minutes. It proved plenty to earn Sam Allardyce's men a fourth win in five and consign the struggling Foxes to a ninth league defeat in the their last ten.

CHELSEA : Barclays Premier League

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce admitted a slow start left his side unable to come off the ropes in their 2-0 Boxing Day defeat at Chelsea. The Hammers went on the defensive from the kick-off at Stamford Bridge, suffering a body blow when John Terry jabbed in from a corner on 21 minutes. West Ham attempted to bounce of the canvas after half-time, only for Diego Costa to breach their defences again to land the knockout blow just past the hour-mark. Big Sam's team staged a valiant late rally which saw substitute Morgan Amalfitano hit a post, but leaders Chelsea fought their way to a deserved Barclays Premier League victory.

ARSENAL : Barclays Premier League

West Ham United were caught cold by two Arsenal goals in the space of four first-half minutes, as the Hammers succumbed to a 2-1 Barclays Premier  League defeat in a thrilling contest at the Boleyn Ground. Having been felled by Winston Reid, Santi Cazorla slotted home from the spot in the 41st minute, before Danny Welbeck converted Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's centre to hand the Gunners a two-goal cushion at the break. Cheikhou Kouyate headed  his first Hammers goal to give the home side hope with 54 gone, culminating in a breathless last half hour. It was chances galore at both ends, but, somehow, 2-1 it would remain, with the Gunners leapfrogging West Ham into fifth.

CONTINUE 2

SECOND-HALF

14_12_20 WHU v. Leicester City

Tottenham Hotspur:

Lloris, Rose, Kaboul, Lennon (Townsend), Adebayor (Kane), Lamela (Holtby), Dier, Naughton, Eriksen, Capoue, Bentaleb

Sheffield United:

Howard, Alcock, Harris (McEveley ), Basham, Flynn (Campbell-Ryce), Doyle, Baxter (Wallace), McNulty, Collins, Davies, McGahey

Adrian

O'Brien

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Noble

Kouyate

Downing

Zarate (Morrison)

Vaz Te (Diame)

Cole (Valencia)

Upton Park

1 - 3 (Noble)

30 August 2014

Att: 34,907

Referee: M. Dean

KC Stadium

2 - 2 (Sakho, Valencia)

15 September 2014

Att: 21,275

Referee: M. Atkinson

Adrian

Demel (Jenkinson)

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Noble

Kouyate

Downing

Zarate (Song)

Valencia

Sakho (Amalfitano)

Upton Park

3 - 1 (Amalfitano, Reid, Sakho)

20 September 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: C. Pawson

Adrian

Demel (Jenkinson)

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Noble

Kouyate

Song (Amalfitano)

Downing

Sakho

Valencia (Collins)

Old Trafford

1 - 2 (Sakho)

27 September 2014

Att: 75,317

Referee: L. Mason

Adrian

Demel (Jenkinson)

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Poyet (Nolan)

Song

Sakho

Downing

Amalfitano (Cole)

Valencia

Upton Park

2 - 0 (Sakho, Onuaha [og])

5 October 2014

Att: 34,907

Referee: A. Taylor

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Amalfitano

Downing

Zarate (Nolan)

Sakho

Valencia (Jarvis)

Turf Moor

3 - 1 ( Cole, Sakho, Valencia)

18 October 2014

Att: 18,936

Referee: K. Friend

Adrian

Jenkinson

Collins

Reid

Cresswell

Song (Nolan)

Noble

Amalfitano

Downing

Sakho

Valencia (Cole)

Upton Park

2 - 1 (Amalfitano, Sakho)

25 October 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: M. Atkinson

Adrian

Jenkinson

Collins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Noble

Amalfitano (Kouyate)

Downing

Sakho (Nolan)

Valencia (Cole)

Britannia Stadium

2 - 2 (Downing, Valencia)

1 November 2014

Att: 27,174

Referee: C. Foy

Adrian

Jenkinson

Collins

Reid (Tomkins)

Cresswell

Noble (Nolan)

Song

Kouyate

Amalfitano (Cole)

Valencia

Downing

Upton Park

0 - 0

8 November 2014

Att: 34,857

Referee: J. Moss

Adrian

Jenkinson

Collins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Noble (Carroll)

Kouyate (Nolan)

Downing

Sakho

Valencia (Cole)

Goodison Park

1 - 2 (Zarate)

22 November 2014

Att: 39,182

Referee: M. Clattenburg

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins

Reid

Collins

Cresswell

Amalfitano (Vaz Te)

Nolan

Noble (Jarvis)

Carroll

Cole (Zarate)

Upton Park

1 - 0 (Cresswell)

29 November 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: M. Dean

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins

Collins

Cresswell

Noble

Kouyate (Nolan)

Amalfitano

Downing

Jarvis (Zarate)

Carroll

The Hawthorns

2 - 1 (Nolan, Tomkins)

2 December 2014

Att: 23,975

Referee: M. Jones

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Kouyate

Nolan

Amalfitano (Collins)

Zarate (Cole)

Downing

Carroll (Valencia)

Upton Park

3 - 1 (Carroll 2, Sakho)

7 December 2014

Att: 34,125

Referee: C. Foy

Adrian

Jenkinson (O'Brien)

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Kouyate (Collins)

Downing

Nolan

Valencia (Sakho)

Carroll

Upton Park

1 - 1 ( Downing)

13 December 2014

Att: 41,694

Referee: P. Dowd

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Kouyate

Nolan (Valencia)

Downing

Sakho

Carroll

Upton Park

2 - 0 (Carroll, Downing)

20 December 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: M. Atkinson

Adrian

Jenkinson

Tomkins (Collins)

Reid

Cresswell

Nolan (Amalfitano)

Song

Kouyate

Downing

Sakho (Valencia)

Carroll

Stamford Bridge

0 - 2

26 December 2014

Att: 41,579

Referee: M. Oliver

Adrian

Jenkinson

Collins

Reid

Cresswell

Nolan

Noble (Sakho)

Kouyate

Downing (Amalfitano)

Carroll (Song)

Valencia

Upton Park

1 - 2 (Kouyate

28 December 2014

Att: 34,977

Referee: N. Swarbrick

Adrian

O'Brien (Demel)

Tomkins

Reid

Cresswell

Song

Amalfitano

Kouyate (Nolan)

Downing

Sakho (Valencia)

Carroll

Crystal Palace:

Speroni, Kelly, Hangeland, Delaney, Ward, Bannan (Williams), Jedinak, O'Keef (Murray), Bolasie, Chamakh, Campbell (Gayle)

Hull City:

McGregor, Davies (c), Huddlestone, Hernandez (Ben-Arfa), Livermore, Diame (Ramirez), Jelavic, Dawson, Robertson, Elmohamady, Quinn (Brady)

Southampton:

Forster, Clyne, Yoshida, Schneiderlin, Fonte, Long (Ramirez), Davis, Tadic, Ward-Prowse (Cork), Pelle, Bertrand

Liverpool:

Mignolet, Manquillo (Sakho), Moreno, Lovren, Skrtel, Gerrard, Lucas (Lallana), Henderson, Borini (Lambert), Sterling, Balotelli

Manchester United:

De Gea, Rafael, McNair, Rojo, Shaw, Blind, Herrera (Valencia), Di Maria (Thorpe), Rooney, van Persie, Falcao (Fletcher)

Queens Park Rangers:

Green, Onuoha, Ferdinand, Caulker, Traore, Sandro (Taarabt), Henry, Fer, Hoilett (Zamora), Kranjcar (Mutch), Austin

Burnley:

Heaton, Trippier, Duff, Shackell, Mee, Kightly (Sordell), Jones, Boyd, Jutkiewicz, Ings (Chalobah)

Manchester City:

Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Mangala, Clichy (Kolarov), Fernando (Milner), Toure, Navas, Silva, Aguero, Dzeko (Jovetic)

Stoke City:

Begovic, Pieters, Wilson, Moses, Nzonzi, Shawcross (c), Doiuf, Walters, Cameron, Sidwell, Bojan (Adam)

Aston Villa:

Guzan, Baker (Senderos), Vlaar, Cleverley, Weimann, Agbonlahor, Westwood, Cissokho, Sanchez, N'Zogbia (Clark), Lowton

Everton:

Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka (c), Lukaku, Mirallas (Eto'o), Naismith (Atsu), Distin, McCarthy, Barkley (Besic), Osman, Coleman

Newcastle United:

Elliot, Williamson, Sissoko, Gouffran (Cabella), Colback, Perez, Haidara, Janmaat (Taylor), Tiote (Cisse), Ameobi, Dummett

West Bromwich Albion:

Foster, Wisdom, Baird (Ideye), Lescott, Gardner (Varela), Anichebe, Brunt (Mulumbu), Dorrans, Berahino, Dawson, Sessegnon

Swansea City:

Fabianski, Ki, Williams, Britton (Tremmel), Bony, Routledge, Montero (Gomis), Rangel (Dyer), Sigurdsson, Bartley, Richards

Sunderland:

Pantilimon, Cattermole, Larsson, Wickham, Johnson (Alvarez), Gomez, Reveillere, O'Shea, Altidore (Fletcher ), Vergini

Leicester City:

Hamer, Konchesky (Knockaert), Drinkwater, Morgan, Vardy (Nugent), King, Schlupp, Simpson, Cambiasso (Ulloa), Mahrez, Wasilewski

Chelsea:

Courtois, Ivanovic, Fabregas, Oscar (Mikel), Hazard, Costa (Drogba), Matic, Willian (Ramires), Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta

Arsenal:

Szczesny, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Oxlade-Chamberlain (Chambers), Sanchez, Monreal, Cazorla, Flamini, Welbeck (Gibbs), Coquelin

14_12_07 WHU v. Swansea City 14_12_02 WBA v. WHU 14_08_23 Crystal Palace v. WHU

Image courtesy of John Northcutt

5 September 2014

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE fourth Hammer to represent SENEGAL

EGYPT African Cup of Nations Qualifier Stade Leopold Sedar Senghor, Daker 2-0

 

6 September 2014

ENNER VALENCIA first Hammer to represent ECUADOR

BOLIVIA International Friendly Sunlife Stadium, Miami, USA 4-0

 

8 September 2014

WINSTON REID 12th NEW ZEALAND cap

UZBEKISTAN International Friendly Pakhtakor Markaziy Stadium, Tashkent 1-3

 

9 September 2014

ENNER VALENCIA 2nd ECUADOR cap

BRAZIL International Friendly Metlife Stadium, New Jersey, USA 0-1

 

10 September 2014

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 2nd SENEGAL cap

BOTSWANA African Cup of Nations Qualifier Botswana National Stadium, Gabarone 2-0

15 November 2014

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 3rd SENEGAL cap

EGYPT African Cup of Nations Qualifier Cairo International Stadium, al-Qahirah, Cairo 1-0

 

 

DIAFRA SAKHO fifth Hammer to represent SENEGAL

in the same match (sub 80mins)

18 November 2014

STEWART DOWNING thirty-ninth Hammer to represent ENGLAND

SCOTLAND International Friendy Celtic Park, Glasgow 3-1

 

19 November 2014

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 4th SENEGAL cap

BOTSWANA African Cup of Nations Qualifier Stade Leopold Sedar Senghor, Daker 3-0

SONG Alex DIAME Mohamed AMALFITANO Morgan 872 KOUYATE Cheikhou 873 VALENCIA Enner 811 REID Winston New Zealand 873 VALENCIA Enner 754 COLLINS James Wales 872 KOUYATE Cheikhou 875 SAKHO Diafra Senegal 856 DOWNING Stewart England MONCUR George