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Slaven Bilic to leave Besiktas at end of season amid West Ham speculation

• Former player Bilic has been linked with West Ham job • ‘We will leave on good terms,’ says Besiktas president Fikret Orman • Sam Allardyce nears West Ham exit door after late Everton win Slaven Bilic will leave Besiktas at the end of the season, increasing speculation that he may replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham United manager. The Croatian coach, who spent one season at West Ham as a player in the mid-1990s, will remain in…

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John Carver reminds his Newcastle players about cost of relegation

• Relegation in 2009 led to lots of backroom staff losin jobs • Carver hits back at criticism over players getting days off • Match report: QPR add to Newcastle relegation worries John Carver has reminded his Newcastle United players that should the team be relegated on Sunday, several members of the backroom support staff will lose their jobs. “There’s an awful lot of good local people who’ve been here a long time and a lot of their friends lost their jobs…

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Sam Allardyce on speculation about future at West Ham United – video

Sam Allardyce comments on rumours that he is about to lose his job as West Ham United manager after four years in the role. The club’s owners will decide on the manager’s future after the team’s final match of the season against Newcastle United on 24 May. Allardyce says the speculation should not distract his side from their performance. West Ham, who are 10th in the Premier League, face Everton at Upton Park on Saturday Continue reading…

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Sam Allardyce: Only Houdini could do better job than me at West Ham

• Allardyce: ‘If you want more you will have to be calling for Houdini’ • West Ham manager: contract situation will be resolved after season ends • Allardyce: Europa League chance makes contract talks more urgent Sam Allardyce has said that only Harry Houdini could have done a better job than him as the West Ham United manager over the past four years. Allardyce’s future is on the line, with his two-year contract due to expire…

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Sam Allardyce: Europa League chance makes contract talks more urgent

• West Ham manager has ‘a lot to negotiate’ before resolving future • Allardyce: ‘Whether I’m staying or going, that hasn’t been decided’ Sam Allardyce has acknowledged that West Ham United’s possible qualification for Europe via the Fair Play League has made it even more important to resolve his contractual situation the moment the season ends. The manager’s current two-year deal runs out next month and he said yet again …

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Everton’s Roberto Martínez: Leighton Baines out for rest of season – video

Speaking ahead of his team’s Premier League clash against West Ham United on Saturday, Everton manager Roberto Martínez says defender Leighton Baines will be out of commission for the rest of the season following surgery to address an ankle injury. Baines was forced to leave the pitch during last week’s match against Sunderland as a result of the problem. Martínez also reflects on the club’s hopes of playing in the Europa League, and looks forward …

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Sam Allardyce forced to wait on future as West Ham eye alternatives

• No decision on Allardyce future until after the end of season • Rafael Benítez and Michael Laudrup linked with Hammers • West Ham on course for Europa League after England receives fair play place The uncertainty surrounding Sam Allardyce’s future at West Ham United will drag beyond the end of the Premier League season, with no progress made as yet on contract talks. The manager, whose deal expires on 30 June, has re-established …

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The best goals of the week: Memphis Depay, Leo Messi and Jermaine Beckford

Featuring overhead kicks from Germany and Spain, a passing move from Norway, a familiar goal from Seoul and a free-kick from Manchester United’s new forward Ludovic Giuly (MONTS D’OR AZERGUES v AS Béziers) Minkyu Joo (Gyengnam v SEOUL E-LAND FC) Johan Oremo (Helsingborg v GEFLE) Keith O’Sullivan (BUNRATTY UNITED U16s v Skibbereen) Continue reading…

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Football: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Manuel Pellegrini will have an eye on Bayern v Barcelona, Tom Cleverley continues his renaissance and duo do their best to avoid the Europa League Related: QPR’s Chris Ramsey agrees with Joey Barton’s ‘bad eggs’ criticism • Match report: Manchester City 6-0 QPR • Manuel Pellegrini refuses to discuss his future • Bruce blames himself for Hull’s poor performance • Match report: Hull City 0-1 Burnley • Match report: Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham • Match report: Leicester 2-0 Southampton • The Premier…

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Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

The Tim Sherwood effect continues to transform Aston Villa’s fortunes and Tom Cleverley has benefitted as much as anyone in recent weeks. After failing to get a goal in his first 31 appearances for Villa and struggling to make much of an impact under Paul Lambert earlier in the season, Cleverley scored for the third match in succession to secure a crucial victory and lift Tim Sherwood’s side four points clear of the relegation zone. Available on…

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West Ham on course for Europa League after England receives fair play place

• England and Republic of Ireland both awarded fair play spots • West Ham second in Premier League’s fair play table behind Liverpool • Dnipro hit Napoli late while Sevilla do for Fiorentina West Ham United are on course for a place in next season’s Europa League after England was granted an additional fair play place for coming second in Uefa’s rankings. Uefa has announced that the Netherlands, England and Republic of Ireland will all get an extra place in …

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West Ham United 1-0 Burnley | Premier League match report

If Burnley’s task was already tough, the challenge now is almost insurmountable. This defeat, courtesy of Mark Noble’s penalty and Michael Duff’s controversial sending off, leaves Sean Dyche’s side eight points adrift of safety with nine points to play for. Their fans still applauded at the final whistle here but the sun is slowly setting on Burnley’s season in the Premier League. That said, there was certainly a sense of injustice in the air following this result, with the referee Jon Moss…

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West Ham United v Burnley: match preview

Sean Dyche must have hoped that his side’s victory over Manchester City in March would kickstart a survival bid but Burnley have not scored and picked up only one point from the five matches since then, and last Saturday’s home defeat by Leicester means they head to east London five points adrift of safety. West Ham, with only one win in their last 13 games, seem ideal opposition. Paul Chronnell Kick-off Saturday 3pm Continue reading…

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Everton to subsidise tickets for match at West Ham by £10 a head

• West Ham are charging away fans £55 per adult ticket • Everton club and players to pick up the shortfall Everton fans will have their tickets for the match at West Ham United on Saturday 16 May subsidised by the first-team players and the club. West Ham are charging £55, with £32 tickets available for under-16s and over-65s. Everton are reducing the cost by £10 per person in an effort to make the trip more affordable …

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Chris Ramsey: QPR need two wins and maybe a draw to stay in Premier League

• ‘We must hold our own’ during visits to Liverpool and Manchester City • West Ham’s Sam Allardyce still in the dark over future • Charlie Austin blows penalty in goalless draw Chris Ramsey took a deep breath and sighed. The QPR manager had just been asked what his team needed to stay in the Premier League and he gave a grim prognosis. “We need to win two of the four games left …

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Is it West Ham? Or is it Villa? Cameron mocked on Twitter as he forgets which team he backs

Prime minister faces mockery after making football slip-up before an audience in south London In football parlance, with which David Cameron may or may not be conversant, it was an astonishing own goal. Sports stars, fellow politicians and football fans around the country reacted with amused disbelief on Saturday as the prime minister appeared to forget his long-running claim to be an Aston Villa fan and postured as a West Ham United supporter. The clubs…

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Queens Park Rangers 0-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Without his goals this season Queens Park Rangers would have long been dead and buried in the race for survival but Charlie Austin’s first half penalty miss in this otherwise dull scoreless draw has left Chris Ramsey’s team on the brink of a Championship return. The QPR manager had spoken before kick-off of his team requiring three victories from their remaining five games if they were to survive. Continue reading…

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Queens Park Rangers v West Ham United: match preview

If QPR are to accumulate sufficient points to stay up, Chris Ramsey will have marked this game as a must-win. The manager will be plotting trips to Anfield and the Etihad after this as matches they would not be expected to triumph in. West Ham, currently 10th and with one win from 12 in all competitions, are easing to the finish line and look to be there for the taking. Alan Smith Kick

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3 Arsenal 67
4 Manchester City 64
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6 Manchester United 59
7 Liverpool 55
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10 Chelsea 47
11 Everton 44
12 Watford 44
13 West Bromwich Albion 41
14 AFC Bournemouth 41
15 Swansea City 40
16 Crystal Palace 39
17 Newcastle United 33
18 Sunderland 32
19 Norwich City 31
20 Aston Villa 16

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