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Leicester City’s Claudio Ranieri continues dream start against West Ham

First appearances can be deceptive, as Slaven Bilic and West Ham United discovered, but the early signs are that Leicester City are going to enjoy life under Claudio Ranieri. The sense of foreboding that surrounded Leicester after they sent eyebrows everywhere skywards by replacing Nigel Pearson with Ranieri during a difficult summer has been blasted by a team whose desire to prove a point to their many doubters has brought …

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Arsène Wenger confirms Jack Wilshere is back in training – video

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger says Jack Wilshere has returned to training on Friday, adding that the midfielder’s recovery time is less than expected. He also comments on Arsenal’s drive to recover from the 2-0 loss to West Ham United last week. Wenger says the team have learned to not give away chances and to play more creatively. Arsenal play Crystal Palace on Sunday at Selhurst Park Continue reading…

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Slaven Bilic: 16-year-old man of the match Reece Oxord has everything – video

Hammers boss Slaven Bilic says Reece Oxford is going to be a big player, following a stellar performance from the 16-year-old against Arsenal on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium. Oxford was man of the match based on his impressive passing accuracy and interceptions during the 2-0 win for West Ham. Bilic says the club must manage Oxford carefully to keep him ‘on the ground’ and developing Continue reading…

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West Ham in talks with Joey Barton but both parties keeping options open

• Barton has been searching for new club since release from QPR • 32-year-old had been interested in return to Marseille West Ham United have held preliminary talks with Joey Barton and could make him their sixth signing of the summer if an agreement can be reached with the former Queens Park Rangers midfielder. Related: West Ham’s Reece Oxford: the schoolboy who helped nullify Arsenal | Jacob Steinberg Continue reading…

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West Ham’s Reece Oxford: the schoolboy who helped nullify Arsenal | Jacob Steinberg

He may still be awaiting his GCSE results, but the 16-year-old’s startling display at the Emirates has already led to comparisons with some illustrious predecessors The last time a West Ham United youngster caused such a stir in north London, Ravel Morrison was waltzing through the Tottenham Hotspur defence and dinking the ball over Hugo Lloris to seal an unlikely 3-0 win at White Hart Lane in October 2013 , sparking predictions that the midfielder would go to the 2014 World Cup with…

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Arsenal 0-2 West Ham | Premier League match report

The last time that Slaven Bilic tasted an away win on English soil, it was 2007, he was in charge of Croatia and there was a bloke with a brolly in front of the opposite dugout. If that victory has been freeze-framed on the minds of England fans, then this one will be, too, for those that follow West Ham. Related: Newcastle United 2-2 Southampton | Premier League match report Continue reading…

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Arsenal v West Ham: Premier League – live! | Nick Ames

Latest updates as West Ham travel to The Emirates Email nick.ames.casual@theguardian.com | Tweet: @NickAmes82 Live scores: keep up with all today’s matches Follow Preston North End v Middlesborough – live! 12.30pm BST Nick will be here shortly. In the meantime, here’s Jacob Steinberg on Arsenal: Arsène Wenger describes himself as a natural optimist. Arsenal’s manager is the romantic who always believes in a better tomorrow and when he was asked whether his squad is strong enough to …

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Football transfer rumours: Manchester City to sign Kevin De Bruyne?

Today’s tittle-tattle has still never been offered a free coffee in Pret A Manger The problem with spending £49m on a player who has yet to achieve very much is that the rest of the world’s clubs tend to notice. And so, if you’re a club such as Manchester City and have recently bagged Raheem Sterling for that kind of fee, then Wolfsburg aren’t going to flog you Kevin De Bruyne for less then £50m. …

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West Ham’s Enner Valencia faces up to 12 weeks out with leg injuries

• Consultant says: ‘He will be available for selection within 10 to 12 weeks’ • Forward needed oxygen before being carried off in Europa League West Ham will be without Enner Valencia for up to 12 weeks and the club admit there remains a possibility he may yet require an operation. Related: West Ham 2-2 Astra Giurgiu | Europa League third qualifying round match report Continue reading…

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Premier League fans’ verdicts part 2: Newcastle United to West Ham United

Newcastle need a return on Ashley’s commitment; Sunderland expect trouble; anticipation is high at Swansea; Watford look to the obvious from their Uruguayan centre-back and Spurs want Lee Marvin leading their Dirty Dozen A new head coach, new backroom staff and a new commitment from Mike Ashley to back the team with cash … this has been a summer of change after all the stagnation. Steve McClaren wasn’t first choice with many fans, but he was probably the most experienced…

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West Ham’s Enner Valencia out with ‘significant’ knee and ankle injuries

• Ecuador striker sustained injury in 2-2 draw with Astra Giurgiu • Valencia set to see specialist consultant on Monday morning West Ham striker Enner Valencia suffered an apparently “significant” injury to his right knee and right ankle in the Europa League clash with Astra Giurgiu, the club have announced. The Ecuador forward was starting his first game since returning from the Copa America, but was stretchered off with a potentially serious knee injury before half-time. Continue

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West Ham 2-2 Astra Giurgiu | Europa League third qualifying round match report

• West Ham 2-2 Astra Giurgiu • Valencia 23, Zárate 51; Boldrin 71, Ogbonna 82 og Slaven Bilic could hardly believe it. For an hour, almost everything went according to plan. West Ham United led 2-0 thanks to excellent goals from Enner Valencia and Mauro Zárate and they were producing their most convincing performance so far under their new manager. The football was bright and inventive, the Upton Park crowd happy. However, an evening that had promised …

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Premier League 2015-16 preview No6: Everton | Andy Hunter

Roberto Martínez faces a difficult start, and has yet to seriously strengthen his squad, as he looks to prove that his disappointing second season was a blip Guardian writers’ predicted position: 8th (NB: this is not necessarily Andy Hunter’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position: 11th Continue reading…

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Stewart Downing returns to home-town Middlesbrough from West Ham

• England international winger joins Championship club on four-year deal • ‘He’s more than just a player’ says Boro manager Aitor Karanka The winger Stewart Downing has rejoined his former club Middlesbrough from West Ham on a four-year deal. Downing drops down from the Premier League to rejoin his home-town club, who were beaten by Norwich in the Championship play-off final in May. Related: West Ham 1-0 Birkirkara

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