Whether you’re a supporter of West Ham United or any soccer club, today’s story in The Guardian (which is reprinted from Howler Magazine) features the incredible heart warming true story about the time when Harry Redknapp plucked a Hammers supporter out of the crowd to play for the mighty Irons.
It’s an unbelievable story, but true, and is written eloquently by Jeff Maysh. Give it a read. You’ll truly enjoy it.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- The day Harry Redknapp brought a fan on to play for West Ham — The Guardian
- Ander Herrera open to United move in January — FOX Soccer
- Valencia made late Juan Mata bid says report — ESPN FC
- Aaron Ramsey is in the form of his life, insists Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger — Wales Online
- Mesut Ozil: Record signing expects Arsenal to win trophies — BBC Sport
- Nani set to end transfer speculation by signing new Manchester United contract — Metro
- Everton’s John Stones is England’s best young defender says Martinez — Liverpool Echo
- Alan Hansen turned down manager’s position at Manchester City — Manchester Evening News
- Play the ‘Know your Premier League kits’ game — Sunderland FC
- Harlem ‘twinned’ with Hull City as U.S. fans urged to back Tigers in Premier League — Hull Daily Mail
- Managing Liverpool would be a ‘dream come true’ for Steven Gerrard — Evening Standard
- West Ham open talks with free agents Carlton Cole and Khalid Boulahrouz — Metro
- Gabriel Obertan on brink of Newcastle United return — Sunderland Echo
- Arsene Wenger must keep on signing Germany internationals, says Lukas Podolski — Metro
- Microsoft announces release date for Xbox 1 — The Original Winger
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- Story of how Michel Sablon changed Belgium into the team that they are today — The Mail
- No warm welcome for U.S. team in Costa Rica — New York Times
- Bristol City and Bristol Rovers unite to condemn violence at derby — The Independent
- Coventry City owners make a healthy profit — The Political Economy Of Football
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