In a season already full of surprises, one shock success story that until last weekend had gone under the radar is West Ham. The Hammers are ninth, but go into their GameDay clash with Manchester City LIVE on talkSPORT on Saturday, off the back of some impressive results. AFP or licensors Where has it all gone right for West Ham this season? Convincing wins against Wolves and Leicester was followed by an incredible comeback at Tottenham last weekend, which saw West Ham salvage a draw despite being 3-0 down with 81 minutes on the clock. Those jubilant scenes would have seemed inconceivable just a week before the season started as the club sanctioned the sale of promising academy star Grady Diangana to West Brom. The winger had a brilliant season on lo...
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Follow talkSPORT on air for the latest football news and gossip, and keep up to date with all the headlines in our live blog below… TODAY’S HEADLINES: Dominic Calvert-Lewin scores on his full England debut as the Three Lions make light work of Wales Gareth Bale’s agent on ‘morons’ in the media for reports about […] talkSPORT
[unable to retrieve full-text content]The transfer deadline day passed on Monday and plenty happened, with Arsenal and Manchester United doing big late business. While the window is now closed for international transfers, domestic deals can still be done for another ten days. Premier League clubs can continue to buy, sell and loan players with Championship, League One and League […] talkSPORT
[unable to retrieve full-text content]It’s deadline day and we’ll be bringing you all the latest transfer news and gossip, right up to the 11pm deadline. Follow talkSPORT on air for the latest, and keep up to date with all the headlines in our live blog below… TODAY’S HEADLINES: Manchester United complete signing of Edinson Cavani, who scored more goals […] talkSPORT
Everton have signed defender Ben Godfrey from Norwich City in a deal worth an initial £25m, potentially rising to £30m.Godfrey, 22, joins the Toffees on a five-year contract.He is Everton's fifth signing of the summer after midfielders Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure, playmaker James Rodriguez and left-back Niels Nkounkou."It is an honour to sign for Everton and to be part of a huge club," said the England Under-21 centre-back."This is a club full of history that has an exciting team full of world-class players who will help me kick on to the next level. I am looking forward to working with them and, hopefully, having great times with Everton."Everton are the early Premier League leaders after winning their opening four matches.However, manager Carlo Ancelotti wanted to increase his options i