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West Ham will be serenaded by CHESNEY HAWKES ahead of their Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina in Prague

WEST HAM’S bid for European glory has been boosted by the Special One and Only.

In the build-up to Wednesday’s Europa Conference League final with Fiorentina, Hammers fans will be serenaded by Chesney Hawkes in Prague.

West Ham reached the Europa Conference League final after beating AZ Alkmaar


West Ham reached the Europa Conference League final after beating AZ AlkmaarCredit: Alamy
Chesney Hawkes will serenade West Ham fans ahead of the final


Chesney Hawkes will serenade West Ham fans ahead of the finalCredit: Dan Charity

It comes just six months after he emerged as England’s unlikely mascot at the Qatar World Cup.

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West Ham fan Chesney, 51, gave a rousing half-time performance of his 1991 hit ‘One And Only’ in Doha during the 3-0 victory over Wales.

Hammers skipper and England midfielder Declan Rice said that he hoped to “get him singing at every half-time”.

The Sun flew Hawkes back for their 3-0 quarter-final win over Senegal thanks to a 3,400-mile, 23-hour dash from Skegness.

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Hawkes will be performing at the West Ham ‘Fan Meeting Point’ in Prague’s Letna Park – overlooking the Vltava River – on June 7.

DJ Tony Perry – a regular at the London Stadium during the club’s recent European runs – will also perform.

West Ham’s clash with Italian outfit Fiorentina – their first Euro final for 47 years – will be hosted by the home of Slavia Prague at the Fortuna Arena, with a capacity of just 19,370.

Each club has an allocation of just under 5,000 tickets each, but more than 25,000 ticketless fans from both sides are expected to make the trip to Prague.

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The Hammers finished the Premier League season with a 2-1 defeat to relegated Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

However, the positives from the game for Moyes’ side were the notable lack of injuries and semi-final hero Pablo Fornals getting back on the scoresheet.

After the clash with the Foxes, the squad flew out to southern Portugal for a three-day hot-weather training camp in preparation for the final.

Fiorentina are yet to finish their domestic season, although they did suffer heartbreak as they lost in the Coppa Italia final to Inter Milan 2-1 on May 24.

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