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Gareth Southgate sought Sam Allardyce advice on Ravel Morrison call-up

• England Under-21 manager assured over West Ham midfielder • Player thriving after off-field issues when at Manchester United Gareth Southgate sought assurances from Sam Allardyce before calling up Ravel Morrison for the first time to his England Under-21 squad for this month’s European Championship qualifiers against San Marino and Lithuania. The midfielder, who has five caps at age groups up to…

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Premier League review: player, team and tactical talking point of the week

André Villas-Boas may have to rethink his policy of playing inside-out wingers to help Roberto Soldado and Jermain Defoe The transformation of Tottenham Hotspur from a mid-table team into potential title-challengers is ongoing, but the step required to make André Villas-Boas’ side into one good enough to win the Premier League continues to evade them. The north London team have…

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Tottenham fan arrested over alleged use of Y-word released on bail

• Nine other arrests made for public order offences • Police warned fans before game about antisemitic abuse A Tottenham supporter arrested at half-time during Sunday’s 3-0 defeat to West Ham for using the term “Yid” has been released on bail until November. The Metropolitan police confirmed that nine other arrests were made for other public order offences during …

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West Ham’s Ravel Morrison finds his feet to floor Tottenham Hotspur

• Sam Allardyce describes midfielder’s goal as ‘genius’ • André Villas-Boas says it’s a ‘wake-up call’ for Tottenham Sam Allardyce described Ravel Morrison as a “genius” after his jaw-dropping solo goal set the seal on West Ham United’s 3-0 win at Tottenham. The midfielder burst through from the halfway line, with his …

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Tottenham Hotspur 0-3 West Ham United | Premier League match report

• In pictures: the best images from Sunday’s games Who needs strikers? Not Sam Allardyce for this London derby. The West Ham United manager’s response to his team’s failure to score on their travels this season was to ape Spain’s European Championship-winning 4-6-0 formation. The result was a performance and result…

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The Joy of Six: Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United | Paul Doyle and Jacob Steinberg

From Dave Mackay to Sergei Rebrov, David Cross to Freddie Kanouté, half a dozen memorable clashes between north and east Lahn-dan West Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur, 11 March 2001 Having beaten Manchester United 1-0 at Old Trafford in the fourth round, Paolo Di Canio scoring the winner and Fabien Barthez’s ego claiming the assist, West…

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Karren Brady: from football’s first lady to Tory business ambassador | The Guardian profile

The West Ham vice-chairman has made her first foray from the world of sports and business into politics She is known as the first lady of football but last week proved that Karren Brady has moved beyond her role as the game’s senior female wheeler dealer. David Cameron unveiled the vice-chairman of West Ham United FC as the Conservatives’ small …

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Spurs fans could be arrested if they chant ‘Yid’ on Sunday

Police warn supporters of Tottenham Hotspur and opponents West Ham that they may be committing offence by using word Tottenham Hotspur fans could be arrested if they use the word Yid at Sunday’s home match against their London rivals West Ham United. Scotland Yard said both sets of supporters would be watched by officers and warned them they may be committing an offence if they use the word. The issue…

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Hull’s Tom Huddlestone could be a hair’s breadth from England call-up

No footballer has ever appeared for England while on the books at Hull City. Old Carthusians, Grimsby Town, Uxbridge FC and the 1st Surrey Rifles are among the 123 clubs who can boast of having provided the national side with at least one player, but not Hull. But that may and perhaps should be…

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Hull City 1-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

A controversial first-half penalty awarded to and converted by Robbie Brady enabled Hull City to consolidate further their encouraging start to the season by taking all three points against a West Ham United side who have now failed to score in three away games. Jake Livermore also hit the post for the Tigers, and both …

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Hull City v West Ham United: Squad sheets

Not too many would have predicted Hull sitting comfortably in mid-table at any point this season but that is exactly where they are after accruing seven points from their first five games. West Ham have struggled somewhat for goals so far, but have coped well defensively, particularly away from home where both of their …

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West Ham United 2-3 Everton | Premier League match report

To think, people said this would be a soporific 0-0 draw. As if. A thrilling second half at Upton Park culminated in Romelu Lukaku scoring a header on his Everton debut to give the visitors a wonderful win. But it was the brilliance of Leighton Baines, who twice netted inch-perfect free-kicks, that really turned this …

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Leyton Orient’s Olympic Stadium hopes suffer blow in high court

• Jusge rules there is no case to challenge LLDC decision • Orient claim ‘real sense of injustice’ Leyton Orient have claimed a “real sense of injustice” after a high court judge struck out their attempt to challenge the decision not to let them share the Olympic Stadium with West Ham. In …

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Southampton need Gastón Ramírez to pull them together in midfield | Michael Cox

Mauricio Pochettino’s tactics against West Ham were baffling, particularly with their £12m Uruguayan an unused substitute Without Andy Carroll, Joe Cole and Stewart Downing, West Ham United’s three most dangerous attacking weapons, Sam Allardyce lacked options in the final third for the trip to St Mary’s. Instead, Allardyce’s gameplan was about nullifying Southampton. Using a 4-1-4-1 …

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Southampton 0-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

This was the kind of match that Roy Hodgson probably would have enjoyed. It is not that it was terrible, and the wet and windy conditions down by the south coast undoubtedly contributed to a painfully high error count, it was more that there were long periods when neither side …

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Southampton v West Ham – live! | Daniel Harris

Minute-by-minute report: Can Southampton get the three points against injury-hit West Ham? Find out with Daniel Harris Daniel Harris

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West Ham United sign Mladen Petric as cover for the injured Andy Carroll

• Manager Sam Allardyce’s injury problems are mounting • Croatia international a free agent after release by Fulham Sam Allardyce has moved quickly to mend the hole in his West Ham United squad that Andy Carroll’s worrying foot injury has created by signing Mladen Petric as a free agent on a one-year contract. Carroll, who completed a transfer to Upton Park …

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West Ham pull out of deal to take Carlton Cole back to Upton Park

• Centre-forward is understood not to be fit enough to return • Former England striker to remain a free agent Carlton Cole has missed out on sealing a return to West Ham after failing to prove his fitness. The 29-year-old ended a seven-year spell at Upton Park when he left at the …

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