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David Moyes has called on British authorities to explain why fans cannot watch West Ham's match against Manchester City at the London Stadium when they can watch it at a nearby cinema.
Sports franchises that have been around for a long time certainly have their share of ups and downs. Every team has a period of a few bad seasons, but luckily their dedicated fan bases support them for the long haul. You know how it goes, after a while a team may gradually drop off in the rankings to hopefully emerge later after a rebuild. Sometimes a team needs some new talented players to build around. Other times, the management and coaches are to blame. Here are a few football clubs that need to enact some changes soon and get back to their winning ways.
Jose Mourinho discusses Tottenham Hotspur's 3-3 Premier League draw against West Ham United.
Gareth Bale's second Tottenham debut was ruined by a stunning West Ham fightback from 3-0 down in the final eight minutes to draw 3-3 on Sunday.
Spurs threw a comfortable lead after an incredible first half. Bale made his debut, but Tottenham brought West Ham to life... and paid for it.
Gareth Bale returned to action for Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday against West Ham. As soon as he came on he took charge of an attacking free-kick.
Tottenham entered their match against West Ham like a hurricane. With Gareth Bale watching from the bench, Harry Kane and Heung-min Son connected to give each other two goals in the 45th second and seventh minute of the match. And in the 16th minute, the Englishman scored a third.
Jose Mourinho explains Gareth Bale is in contention to play against West Ham but insists that he will make the decision based on the players and teams best interests.
After 594 club games over 18 years, Pablo Zabaleta has announced his retirement from football.
Jack Wilshere continues to dive into European football to find a club after his departure from West Ham. The English player reportedly has been offered to some teams in Spain and Italy, but there is nothing concrete at the moment.
Check out Felipe Anderson's first training session as a FC Porto player from October 2020. The Brazilian midfielder joined from West Ham and can be seen put through his paces and finishing by FC Porto boss Sérgio Conceição.
Felipe Anderson is the new FC Porto's signing for the 2020/21 Portuguese season. The Brazilian midfielder arrives at the club after two years at West Ham.