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West Ham stars Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen train under the watchful eye of boss David Moyes

Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen amongst the West Ham stars coaching under the watchful eye of boss David Moyes forward of one of the largest video games in the membership’s historical past in opposition to Eintracht Frankfurt… as Hammers goal shock place in Europa League remaining

West Ham’s first-team squad have skilled at their Romford base on Wednesday morning forward of touring to Germany for the largest recreation in the membership’s historical past tomorrow evening. 

Stars akin to Declan Rice, Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio had been amongst those that took half in the session under the watchful eye of supervisor David Moyes forward of the second-leg of their Europa League semi-final tie in opposition to Eintracht Frankfurt. 

The Hammers will fly to Germany later as we speak, with hundreds of followers making the similar journey as the east London membership goal a shock place in the Europa League remaining on May 18 in Seville. 

West Ham have trained at their Romford base on Wednesday ahead of traveling to Germany

West Ham have skilled at their Romford base on Wednesday forward of touring to Germany

Declan Rice was among those who took part in the training session

Jarrod Bowen, who has been in stunning form this season, also took part

Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen had been amongst those that took half in the coaching session 

The east London club have their eyes on a place in the Europa League final on May 18 in Seville

The east London membership have their eyes on a spot in the Europa League remaining on May 18 in Seville

But they must come from behind having lost the first-leg at dwelling, 2-1, final Thursday.  

West Ham have already crushed Sevilla and Lyon on their approach to the semi-finals, having progressed from a gaggle which included Dinamo Zagreb, Rapid Vienna and Genk in high spot. 

They lost their final recreation in the Premier League to Arsenal on Sunday however all focus is now on their date with future tomorrow evening at Deutsche Bank Park.

Meanwhile, police in Germany insist they’re extremely ready for the go to of West Ham supporters.

The squad trained under the watchful eye of manager David Moyes on Wednesday morning

The Hammers (incl Michail Antonio pic) will fly to Germany later today, with thousands of fans making the same trip

The squad skilled under the watchful eye of supervisor David Moyes on Wednesday morning 

The Hammers are hoping to succeed in their first European remaining since 1976 and an enormous following from Britain are anticipated to journey to Frankfurt to cheer on Moyes’ males.

However there have been fears that rival hooligan gangs may wreck the event and Frankfurt police have been working with Scotland Yard to make sure the tie passes with as little hassle as doable.

West Ham's first leg against Frankfurt played out with little trouble at the London Stadium

West Ham’s first leg in opposition to Frankfurt performed out with little hassle at the London Stadium

Part of these reassurance measures embody a hoop of metal safety presence, whereas police have already warned any ticketless supporters to remain inside the central areas of Frankfurt relatively than journey to Deutsche Bank Park stadium.

Fears over hassle have been heightened after West Ham and Frankfurt followers clashed in Seville throughout the last-16 stage when their sides confronted Sevilla and Real Betis respectively.

However, police had been inspired by the staff’s first leg at the London Stadium passing with none severe points – though West Ham have recognized culprits accused of attacking two German commentators throughout the recreation.

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