George McCartney

George McCartney

George McCartney

  • Date of Birth: 29 April 1981
  • Birthplace: Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland

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Hammers in talks with Colombian left back

Premier League club West Ham United are in talks with Colombian left back Pablo Armero. The 27 year old joined Napoli from Udinese in July and has made 18 appearances for the club.

West Ham chase Paulo Ferreira

West Ham could make an ambitious bid for Portuguese defender Paulo Ferreira. Chelsea are ready to listen to offers for the international full-back; and along with West Ham, Benfica, Sporting Lisbon, Marseille and Hamburg are interested.

Keane happy to get George

Sunderland boss Roy Keane believes the club have pulled off a major coup by resigning defender George McCartney.

McCartney attacks West Ham

George McCartney has launched a scathing attack on his former club West Ham, after the side circulated a press release stating that the player had asked to be transfer listed. McCartney completed a move to his former club, Sunderland.

Hammers snatch late win

West Ham snatched a late victory against Derby at Pride Park thanks to Carlton Cole; but the the Hammers fans let their feelings known throughout the game as they booed Alan Curbishley's side throughout.

West Ham 1-1 Birmingham

James McFadden bagged a goal from the penalty spot to deny West Ham a fourth consecutive home victory. It looked all rosey for the Hammers as West Ham took the lead from Freddie Ljungberg, scoring his first goal for the club.

Gunners win keeps them top

Arsenal recorded their fifteeth Premiership win of the season as goals from Eduardo and Emmanuel Adebayor helped them to a 2-0 victory over London rivals West Ham at the Emirates Stadium on New Years Day.

Late penalty drama in derby

Tottenham and West Ham battled to a 1-1 draw - but not without drama and surprise - in this fantastic London derby. Last year Spurs edged the Hammers 4-3, but this time around West Ham looked like they should've grabbed all three points. An injury time penalty save from Robert Green kept the Hammers in the game.

Kevin Nolan rescues a point

Kevin Nolan rescued Bolton a point today with a last minute equaliser as Bolton drew 1-1 with West Ham at Upton Park. West Ham had led since the 20th minute when McCartney put them in front, but a Nolan goal was enough for both sides to share the spoils.

West Ham beat Black Cats

West Ham battled past a resilient Sunderland side 3-1 thanks to goals from Carlton Cole, an own goal by Craig Gordon and Craig Bellamy. Nolberto Solano made his debut and impressed for the Hammers, who ended their three match winless streak.