It's been another hectic week here in west London from tragedy striking on the trains, to a vicious attack on a victim at a train station and the start of the new football season.

Here is the breakdown of your most read stories from the last seven days:

Prospects for Chelsea boss Conte in new season

Video thumbnail, Antonio Conte speaks for the first time as Chelsea manager
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With Premier League season starting again this week, Dan Levine considered what Chelsea manager Antonio Conte needs to do to keep his job.

Looking ahead to the west London team's first fixture against West Ham on Monday night, Levine suggest Conte does not need to win the tough London derby as the team continue to gel.

The new Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte poses with a Chelsea shirt

The real question, he writes is whether Conte's team, after the transfer window closes, will resemble a team that can finish in the top four at the end of the season.

Levine also suggests the real barometer of Chelsea and Conte's success is whether the team can pick up some silverware this season and reserve their place in the champion's league.

Wealdstone takeaway owner banned from the food industry over cockroaches and rat droppings

Food hygiene was high on the agenda this week when a dodgy Wealdstone kebab shop owner was banned from running a food business after cockroaches and rat droppings were found.

The most basic of food safety procedures were flouted at the shop

The filthy Acropolis Steak and Kebab House in Wealdstone High Street was shut down and owner Huseyin Gaygusuz was fined £3,500, ordered to pay £3,777 in costs.

Harrow Council officers inspected the takeaway and discovered a grim site including dead cockroaches and rodent droppings where food was prepared and stored.

Meat was found on the floor underneath counters

Surfaces and equipment were also clogged with grease and grime, and food was found mouldy and out of date.

The council recommended Gaygusuz be banned from selling food ever again and if he breaks the order he could face jail time.

Shocking attack at Harrow on the Hill station leaves victim unconscious

Police want to speak to this man in connection with the assault

A police man hunt was launched after a violent attack at Harrow on the Hill Station on July 24 that left the victim unconscious.

The 22-year-old victim was walking through the station ticket area when he bumped into a man who then viciously attacked him.

After a previous altercation with a group of men on the station stairs, the man immediately became hostile to the victim have being bumped, and then punched him several times and kicked him as he fell to the floor.

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A member of staff intervened and stopped the assault but the victim suffered cuts, bruises and a broken cheekbone.

Police released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with the attack.

Travellers at Uxbridge Common evicted by Hillingdon Council

The travellers were evicted on Tuesday, August 9

A group of travellers at Uxbridge Common were removed on Tuesday (August 9) after Hillingdon Council obtained an injunction from the courts.

Reports of caravans on the common first surfaced on Thursday August 4 and were reported to Hillingdon Council via Twitter.

Council staff were spotted escorting the travellers from the site and a caravan that was left behind with graffiti on was destroyed.

The council owned lands sits just of the B483 Park Road near Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex .

An eviction order was approved on Monday (August 8).

Horror after man killed by leaning head out of window on Victoria-bound train

Simon Brown died after leaning out of a window. Pic: Mirror Online

Tragedy also struck when a 24-year-old man from Sussex died on a train headed for Victoria station after putting his head out of the window.

The awful incident happened at around 5.30pm near Wandsworth Common on Sunday August 7 and the passenger, later named as Simon Brown, died at the scene.

Friends and family of Simon, who worked at Hitachi Rail Europe's North Pole train maintenance depot in the Hammersmith and Fulham borough, paid tribute to a 'lovely' man who would 'help everyone' and 'wasn't reckless'.

A BTP spokeswoman said Simon's death is not thought to have been a suicide

A Justgiving page has also been set up to raise money for a headboard of flowers, with the tribute reading: "Simon was a great friend of ours and a real light in the railway world.

"He was always smiling cheerful and would bend over backwards to help anyone.

"There's now a massive hole in our close knit community where he was.

"I want to have this memorial train in his coach that he spent hours on and I want to help ease the burden of the cost of the funeral for his parents."