Westham ranked higher than Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs in London
By Raskombora | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 11 views
West Ham are fifth in the table having won five of their last six games, while Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea languish in 10th, seventh and ninth, respectively.
Now Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham should feel ‘ashamed’ and ‘embarrassed’ with West Ham being the highest placed London club in the Premier League table.
The Hammers are now flying the flag of London clubs. There should be respect to Westham by other clubs in London.
Initially,there were relegation fears among some West Ham fans at the start of the season when they sold promising youngster Grady Diangana to West Brom and failed to bring in significant firepower during the summer.
However, David Moyes has managed to take the Hammers on an unexpected push for European football this season.
Another London derby will be today between Totenham and Chelsea and it will be a big clash.
Totenham will play Heung-min Son and Steven Bergwijn to attack down the flanks, while Carlos Vinicius takes up the number nine position in the absence of Harry Kane.
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