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West Ham United Announces Friendly Against Columbus Crew

west ham united West Ham United Announces Friendly Against Columbus CrewWest Ham United announced this morning that the club has scheduled a friendly against MLS side Columbus Crew for Sunday, July 20 at Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.

The friendly is West Ham’s second on their North American tour. On Thursday, July 24 the east London will play against the MLS All-Star Team in Toronto, Canada.

West Ham United is the only Premier League side thus far to have announced friendlies in North America for this summer.

According to the Hammers web site, the team will arrive in Columbus on Friday, July 18.

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6 Responses to West Ham United Announces Friendly Against Columbus Crew

  1. Damien says:

    I am looking forward to this game, I do love a bit of MLS vs Premier League teams plus I am a West Ham fan.

  2. damir says:

    Do teams like Westham play all their stars?

    Note: A joke, as the hammers don’t have any stars ;) haha.

  3. Keith says:

    Kieron Dyer, Robert Green, Julien Faubert, Craig Bellamy, Dean Ashton, Freddie Lungberg, Freddie Sears, all internationals – stars aren’t all Portuguese you know!

    Come on you Irons!

  4. WHUFC says:

    @Damir – Typical comment from another bandwagon supporter. Unlike you, we barrack for teams based on pride and love for the team and its success, not for its “stars”. I would not jump ship and go for a different team if my team happened to be relegated. You however would probably stop going for Manchester United, and start barracking for Chelsea. Im sure you’d love Chelsea… i hear they are full of “stars”

  5. Anonymous says:

    By ‘stars’, he means ‘gays’.

  6. MAIDEN says:


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