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Premier League 2015-16 fans’ verdicts part two: Newcastle to West Ham

Featuring: Praise for gallows humour; Stoke’s dramatic slump; and Sunderland’s annual production of The Great Escape Part one: Arsenal to Manchester United Related: Where did it go wrong for Newcastle this season? Fans react to their relegation Related: Ronald Koeman urges Southampton to show ambition as contract talks loom Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Related: Mauricio Pochettino drinks in wise words from his inspiration Alex Ferguson Related: Quique Sánchez Flores was no longer the answer…

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West Ham party turns sour as Manchester United bus attacked

• FA strongly condemns actions after carnage outside stadium • I don’t understand why United couldn’t get here at 4pm, says Sullivan West Ham United’s farewell to Upton Park was marred by incidents involving some of their supporters, with the visiting Manchester United team bus pelted with missiles beforehand and their goalkeeper, David de Gea, also targeted during the game. De Gea had a bottle thrown in his direction after he celebrated his team’s equaliser …

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The final match at West Ham’s Boleyn Ground – in pictures

Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins was at Upton Park for the last time to capture the fans, the atmosphere and the action from the match between West Ham United and Manchester United Match report: West Ham United 3-2 Manchester United Manchester United coach ‘smashed up’ on way to Upton Park Additional photographs by Getty Images and Reuters Continue reading…

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Manchester United coach ‘smashed up’ on its way to Upton Park

• Wayne Rooney says United coach was attacked on way to stadium • Kick-off at Upton Park delayed until 8.30pm • Follow West Ham v Manchester United live Wayne Rooney has said that Manchester United’s coach was “smashed up” by supporters on its way to Upton Park for the Premier League game on Tuesday night. The game between West Ham United and Manchester United was delayed until 8.30pm as the visiting team’s coach was delayed in entering the …

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Manchester United’s clash with West Ham will be tough, says Van Gaal – video

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal discusses Tuesday’s Premier League match against West Ham United. Speaking at a press conference in Norwich on Saturday, Van Gaal says the game will be challenging, as West Ham lost to United in the FA Cup Continue reading…

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West Ham’s Olympic Stadium deal benefits taxpayer, claims David Gold

• Hammers co-owner says they stopped ground from becoming white elephant • ‘Stadium was built by very arrogant people that had no foresight’ David Gold has hit back at criticism of West Ham United’s move to the Olympic Stadium by claiming the deal will be beneficial for taxpayers and prevent the ground becoming a white elephant. Related: How West Ham struck the deal of the century with Olympic Stadium

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Slaven Bilic’s focus is on United rather than Upton Park nostalgia

• West Ham manager seeks revenge in final game at old stadium • ‘It’s a special stadium,’ says Bilic of club’s home for 112 years Slaven Bilic played the game reluctantly. West Ham United will bid an emotional farewell to their cherished old ground when they host Manchester United under the lights on Tuesday night but Bilic, still smarting from the shambolic 4-1 defeat by Swansea City on Saturday , was going …

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Slaven Bilic urges West Ham to recover quickly for Upton Park’s farewell

• Manager was ‘fuming and angry’ after 4-1 home defeat by Swansea City • Bilic says players should use this period in the club’s history as motivation This result came as a surprise to everyone except the man it appeared to wound the most. Slaven Bilic had warned West Ham against complacency as they entered the final few matches of the season, to “not buy the theory that clubs who are safe…

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West Ham know Stratford makes sense but Upton Park goodbye will be hard | Owen Gibson

The potential of the Olympic Stadium move is clear, but the memories and history left behind at the Boleyn Ground and some of the matchday traditions and businesses it affects cannot be replicated at their new home When West Ham moved to their current home in 1904, it was at the invitation of Brother Norbert rather than Boris Johnson. But the switch of surroundings was to prove almost as good value, if markedly less controversial, than the club’s looming relocation – …

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Andy Carroll and Mark Noble fire West Ham to victory against Watford

This was no surprise result given the circumstances but one in which Andy Carroll fired his calling card in the direction of Roy Hodgson once more. Carroll set West Ham on the way to a comfortable victory over depleted Watford and was his usual swashbuckling self throughout, just weeks before England name their squad for the European Championship. Related: Manchester United’s Matteo Darmian finishes off limp Crystal Palace Related: Ramiro Funes Mori sees red as Liverpool …

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Bilic confident ahead of West Ham’s FA Cup clash with Manchester United – video

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic speaks to the press on Tuesday ahead of his team’s FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United. Bilic says the match could not be bigger and hopes that playing at Boleyn Ground will help his team beat Louis van Gaal’s squad Slaven Bilic confident West Ham will beat Manchester United in FA Cup Continue reading…

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How West Ham United are laying the foundations for long-term success | Jacob Steinberg

West Ham are pushing for Champions League qualification and in an FA Cup quarter-final. Under the exciting Slaven Bilic, they can avoid being the Premier League’s latest flash in the pan Four years after promotion from the Championship, West Ham United, who take on Arsenal in the early kick-off on Saturday, are challenging for Champions League qualification under an exciting manager and on Wednesday face Manchester United for a place in the FA Cup semi‑finals…

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Dean Ashton hits brilliant overhead volley in Mark Noble’s testimonial

• Former West Ham striker had to leave the field after goal • Testimonial raised funds for Dylan Tombides Foundation It is a familiar footballing scene. One man lying on the ground, players from both sides charging towards the incident to get involved. At Upton Park on Monday that scene had a twist – both sets of players were smiling and laughing. The match was Mark Noble’s testimonial and they were rushing to congratulate Dean Ashton on a comically spectacular overhead kick…

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Champions League clash for Manchester United’s FA Cup replay with West Ham

• Quarter-final replay will take place on Wednesday 13 April, kicking off at 7pm • FA could face fine for clash with Champions League quarter-final second legs West Ham United will play their FA Cup quarter-final replay against Manchester United at Upton Park on Wednesday 13 April and with a kick-off time of 7pm, the Football Association has announced. The authorities and broadcasters have been involved in back-and-forth talks over…

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You are the Ref No364: Dimitri Payet

Click to enlarge and debate the strip below the line. Keith Hackett’s verdict appears in Sunday’s Observer and here from Monday. You are the Ref No363: Sergio Agüero Continue reading…

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West Ham stun 10-man Everton as Dimitri Payet seals fightback win

Season tickets at Goodison Park come with a guarantee of entertainment and the promise of frustration. Those at the Olympic Stadium may come with the carrot of Champions League football. Everton announced on Friday that they are reducing prices for next season. West Ham United are raising expectations for it. An extraordinary comeback, featuring three goals in 12 minutes, turned defeat into victory and maintained their hopes of a top-four finish. Credibility was stretched as the points were pilfered. …

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