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West Ham and Tottenham ask fans to behave at Premier League opener

David Sullivan and David Gold appeal directly to supporters Racism, antisemitism and homophobia will not be tolerated David Sullivan and David Gold have urged West Ham United supporters to avoid any unwanted behaviour when they start their Premier League campaign at home to fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. With West Ham having come under scrutiny in the past antisemitic chanting and hisses designed to imitate the gas chambers used during the Holocaust…

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Premier League 2014-15 preview No20: West Ham United

Sympathy for Sam Allardyce is in short supply but the in-fighting must stop if West Ham are to have a successful season Guardian writers predicted position: 11th (NB: this is not necessarily Jacob Steinbergs prediction but the average of our writers tips) Last seasons position: 13th Continue reading…

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West Ham: Premier League 2014-15 preview video

To the chagrin of many West Ham fans, Sam Allardyce remains in charge at Upton Park, having been told in no uncertain terms that the team must play better football this year. Andy Carroll is injured yet again, but Ecuador striker Enner Valencia has arrived for £12m. Frankly, who knows what the new season has in store for the Hammers? Continue reading…

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Five new faces aiming to make their mark in the Premier League | Tor-Kristian Karlsen

Eye-catching summer captures from Arsenals goalkeeper David Ospina to Rémy Cabella in the final third for Newcastle United Continue reading…

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West Ham offer Sunderland £5m for Connor Wickham

Wickham has one year left on contract with Sunderland Gus Poyet reluctant to lose England Under-21 striker West Ham United have made a bid, believed to be in the region of £5m, for Connor Wickham. Gus Poyet, the Sunderland manager, is reluctant to lose the England Under-21 striker, whose goals helped to keep the Wearsiders in the Premier League last spring, but Wickham has only a year remaining on his current contract and is stalling …

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Why Premier League new boys Burnley, Leicester and QPR need not be afraid | Ed Aarons

Promoted trio all have recent top-flight experience and can continue trend of surviving beyond their first season It always used to be so easy to predict. The three clubs promoted to the Premier League would ruffle a few gilded feathers before ultimately returning from whence they came 10 months later, promising to be back soon. Yet in the landscape of ever-more lucrative television rights and parachute payments, those days now seem in the dim and distant past. Not since the 200708 season…

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Premier League statistical previews: Manchester United to West Ham

In the second half of their previews, WhoScored analyse Manchester United under Louis van Gaal, Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino and Southampton under Ronald Koeman Statistical previews: Arsenal to Manchester City Having ended David Moyes tenure as manager and replaced him with the vastly successful Louis Van Gaal, who comes to Old Trafford on the back of a fantastic World Cup performance in Brazil, United fans are optimistic this season. A disappointing campaign culminated in their worst…

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Peter Crouch main West Ham target as club seek cover for Andy Carroll

David Sullivan: club have offers in for three or four strikers Hugo Almeida and Samuel Etoo among names reported The West Ham United joint-chairman David Sullivan has revealed that the club have made a number of offers for strikers as they target cover for the injury-enforced absence of Andy Carroll. Stoke Citys Peter Crouch is the Hammers main target, but reports state that interest has also been shown in Hugo Almeida of Besiktas, …

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Ravel Morrison threatened to throw acid in ex-girlfriends face

West Ham player accused of threatening Reah Mansoors life Harassment charge added to two counts of common assault West Ham Uniteds Ravel Morrison threatened to throw acid in the face of his ex-girlfriend and have her killed, a court heard today. The former Manchester United midfielder Morrison, 21, is also accused of threatening to blow up her house in a course of harassment against his ex-girlfriend Reah Mansoor lasting four years, Manchester magistrates court heard. Continue

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Football transfer rumours: Daley Blind to Manchester United?

Todays piffle is having to divert at the last minute Going Dutch is the in thing at the moment. Whether its paying for your own food and drink at some wildly overpriced summer pop-up restaurant, or paying for somebody else to give Wayne and co a kick up the arse and implement a fluid 3-5-2 system on a previously mojo-less set of Manchester-based footballers, everybody seems to be doing it. …

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West Ham sign Carl Jenkinson on season-long loan deal from Arsenal

England international is Sam Allardyces sixth summer signing West Ham was always the place I wanted to go to West Ham have signed the Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson on a season-long loan. The 22-year-old right-back has been linked with a host of Premier League clubs and decided to move across London for the 2014-15 campaign. Continue reading…

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Sam Allardyce: West Ham United loss to Wellington Phoenix FC a ‘disappointing result’ – video

West Ham United defender Winston Reid says his team was not on form following a 2-0 defeat against Wellington Phoenix FC on Tuesday. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce blames his side’s performance on the long journey to New Zealand, but adds that his main concern is their first Premier League match on 16 August against Tottenham Hotspur Continue reading…

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Wellington Phoenix shock West Ham in New Zealand friendly

Wellington Phoenix 2-1 West Ham United Hammers become first English side to lose in NZ since 1976 The Wellington Phoenix shocked West Ham United 2-1 in a friendly at Auckland’s Eden Park. In a clinical all-round performance, the New Zealand side illustrated the value of a full pre-season under manager Ernie Merrick and looked the more composed of the two sides. Continue reading…

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Football transfers rumours: Cuadrado and Cavani to Manchester United?

This mornings fluff is dedicated to Rory McIlroys dad Louis van Gaal may not be the most talkative of fellows but he is a winner and it has taken him approximately three days to conclude that the current Manchester United squad has seventh place written all over it. After ordering double training sessions and the installation of sleep pods at Carrington, so his players can escape his hairdryer treatment between their morning …

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Rio Ferdinand’s wage demands ‘incredibly low’, says Harry Redknapp – video

Harry Redknapp said that the wages demanded by new signing Rio Ferdinand were ‘incredibly low’. The QPR manager says Ferdinand, who began his career playing for Redknapp at West Ham, wanted to finish his career at a club also managed by him. He added that if QPR made the signings he hoped, they would do well next season Continue reading…

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Premier League pre-season tours spread the gospel far and wide

Global interest boosts Premier Leagues riches but long-distance, cash-driven tours are the price clubs have to pay Two Newcastle fans among dead of MH17 crash in Ukraine At different points this weekend, the bleary-eyed footballers of Newcastle United and West Ham United will step wearily into the southern hemisphere winter. While other clubs fly to North America or Thailand, these two sets of modern-day missionaries are undertaking 24,000-mile return journeys to New Zealand to spread…

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West Ham sign Ecuador striker Enner Valencia subject to work permit

Valencia joins West Ham on a five-year contract Striker scored all three of Ecuadors goals at World Cup West Ham have signed the Pachuca striker Enner Valencia on a five-year contract, with the Ecuador international awaiting a work permit to complete the deal. The 25-year-old scored all three of Ecuadors goals at the World Cup , attracting attention from across Europe as a result. Continue reading…

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Enner Valencia undergoes West Ham medical after impressing at World Cup

Pachuca striker scored three goals for Ecuador in Brazil Sam Allardyce wants competition for Andy Carroll The Ecuador striker Enner Valencia is undergoing a medical at West Ham United as Sam Allardyce looks to complete his fifth signing of the summer. Valencia scored all three of his countrys World Cup goals in Brazil , attracting the attention of a number of Premier League suitors in the process, but it now appears that West Ham have won the race to sign the…

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Premier League Table 2014 – 2015

# Team P
1 Chelsea 52
2 Manchester City 47
3 Southampton 42
4 Manchester United 40
5 Arsenal 39
6 Tottenham Hotspur 37
7 West Ham United 36
8 Liverpool 35
9 Swansea City 30
10 Stoke City 29

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