Good evening Hammers. Here is what has been in the news today regarding the Hammers:

West Ham fans are planning a protest against the board before their crunch match against Burnley on Saturday. (Evening Standard)

I stand by people that are attending the march on Saturday, but I am not sure what it will achieve in all honesty. I do not think the board care one bit about a protest, because they won’t go anywhere. I could be wrong and I hope I am, but I just cannot see anything coming of it. To everyone that does attend the march, I hope you all stay safe and no trouble comes of it.

Andy Carroll was seen drinking into the early hours of Saturday morning, before his teammates were beaten 4-1 at Swansea. (The Sun)

I may be the only one, but I think this is a pointless story. The man is injured, so why can he not enjoy a drink whilst he is on the sidelines? I think it is just very lazy journalism to be honest.

David Moyes has warned his West Ham players that they are fighting for their jobs, following the weekend defeat to Swansea. (Telegraph Football)

I agree that the players are fighting for their jobs, but David himself is too. Whatever happens on the pitch, ultimately it always comes down to the manager. I just hope that David and the players can get themselves together and secure safety as soon as possible.

Former West Ham captain Nigel Reo-Coker says that Mark Noble and James Collins have to help the foreign players at the club understand what it means to play for West Ham. (HITC)

Angelo Ogbonna and James Collins are set to be fit to face Burnley this weekend, after the pair missed the defeat to Swansea last weekend. (Football Insider)

Reece Oxford was the only one of West Ham’s five loanees to get any match time last weekend. (Official Site)