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West Ham United’s Pablo Fornals revealed his relief about the return to training at Rush Green as the Premier League looks to restart next month.

A raft of issues including a restart date and curtailment will be discussed when Premier League clubs gather again on Thursday morning.

Premier League clubs have voted unanimously to resume contact training as ‘Project Restart’ took a giant step forwards.
After starting with small, socially-distanced training sessions, players and managers from the 20 top-flight clubs were briefed on proposals for the reintroduction of contact training on Tuesday.

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan is to make a personal donation to Newham Foodbank of £3,500, to cover the shortfall in matchday donations from the five postponed home matches from Irons Supporting Foodbanks.

Players from West Ham United’s Academy of Football are keeping track of their fitness programmes, while at the same time raising money in aid of King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity, to support their inspiring local NHS heroes in East London and Essex.

The 2019-20 Women’s Super League season has been brought to an end with immediate effect.

It was eight years ago this week that West Ham booked their return to the Premier League with a play-off final win over Blackpool at Wembley.

Women’s Super League clubs are assuming that their season will not resume, according to BBC Sport.

Premier League clubs will discuss contact training protocols next week before any season restart date can be agreed, chief executive Richard Masters has said.

The FA say they are consulting Women’s Super League clubs about the possible termination of the 2019/20 season.

Some things in football are simply destined to be – no matter how long events may take to transpire.

Premier League clubs will vote on a return to training on Monday as Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden reveals free-to-air games are on the agenda.

He may be more used to feeding the West Ham United first-team at their Rush Green training base, but during the lockdown head chef Edd Nicell has used his culinary skills to benefit a different team of people – NHS staff and other key workers.

West Ham United midfielder Tomas Soucek is using the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown to spend more time with his young family while adapting to life in London.

West Ham United has, on International Nurses Day, made a pledge of support for the club’s local NHS trusts across East London and Essex, by committing to a range of new positive community initiatives which will help the NHS to provide vital support for patients and staff.

Paul Allen became the youngest player to appear in an FA Cup Final for 101 years when West Ham upset Arsenal in 1980.

A trip to Wembley Stadium for an FA Cup final has the potential to create a lifetime of memories for supporters.

Back in 1976, goalkeeper Phil Parkes helped Queens Park Rangers to second place in the old First Division behind mighty Liverpool.

Preparing for something as big as the FA Cup Final can be a nervy time, especially if it is the biggest game you have ever played in.

Fans Supporting Foodbanks go cross-country this weekend in solidarity mission to deliver life-saving PPE to the nation’s key workers.

The West Ham fans travelled to Wembley Stadium in their droves to see their heroes in the FA Cup final of 1980.

The Premier League still faces a fight to convince Government officials it is in a position to be able to complete the current season behind closed doors.

West Ham United’s goalkeepers are sticking together – virtually – during the coronavirus pandemic.

West Ham United Ryan Fredericks is using the coronavirus pandemic to recover from his injury and even returned to solo training this week.

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady says that every Premier League club wants to complete the season but has warned there are “a lot of obstacles” to overcome.

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