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Manchester City confident ahead of West Ham United title clash, says Manuel Pellegrini video

Manuel Pellegrini tells the media that Manchester City are not nervous and will not treat their Premier League deciding match with West Ham United any differently from other games. The experienced Chilean expects City to win the game. The blues only need a point to clinch the Premier League title Continue reading…

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Sam Allardyce: West Ham United will try to stop Manchester City winning Premier League title video

Sam Allardyce knows all eyes will be on West Ham United this weekend, and urges his team ‘to spoil Manchester City’s party’ at the Etihad. Allardyce tells reporters that neutrals would like to see Liverpool win the Premier League. Manchester City only need a point from the game to win the title Continue reading…

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Sam Allardyce: no indication West Ham job is under threat

Manager holds phone conversation with David Sullivan ‘I will find out next week if it is speculation’ Sam Allardyce has insisted that he has received no indication from West Ham United’s owners that his future as manager is under threat. Allardyce rang the club’s co-chairman David Sullivan on Thursday after reports emerged suggesting that he faced the sack after the team’s final game of the season at Manchester City on Sunday. Hammers fans…

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Liverpool look to old friends to thwart Manchester City on last day

Anfield connection in West Ham ranks keep title hope alive Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing will be asked for favour It may be an exercise in straw-clutching after his team’s capitulation at Crystal Palace but Lucas Leiva claims Liverpool have not given up hope of Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing reviving their old club’s title chances against Manchester City. The West Ham United pair, Lucas admits, will be inundated with good …

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West Ham United 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur | Premier League match report

This sorry performance was the last thing Tim Sherwood needed at the end of a week in which Ajax announced that their manager, Frank de Boer, was approached about a vacancy at White Hart Lane. Tottenham rubbished the Dutch club’s claim but Sherwood confessed to being confused. He must have been appalled at how unconvincing his team’s display was here, as Spurs started sluggishly and wound up a rabble. Sherwood came into the game hoping his …

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West Ham v Tottenham Hotspur live! | Michael Butler

Live updates from the early Premier League kick-off Email michael.butler@theguardian.com with any thoughts Or you can tweet him @michaelbutler18 Sherwood tires of talk about De Boer taking his job 10 things to look out for in the Premier League this weekend 11.45am BST It must suck being a fan of the Liberty Christian Prep Lions basketball team. Every game you trudge along to some gymnasium in Florida to watch the rest of the team do …

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Sam Allardyce under pressure at West Ham with fans calling for him to go

Co-owner David Sullivan offers no vote of confidence West Brom’s Pepe Mel also set for post-season talks Big Sam has a big game Saturday. There is a feeling within the club that West Ham United need to beat Tottenham Hotspur in style if Sam Allardyce is to survive supporters’ calls for his head and fulfil his quest “to build a better football club than they’ve ever had before”. David Sullivan…

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West Bromwich Albion 1-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Pepe Mel celebrated his first home win in English football to take West Brom to the verge of safety as West Ham fans, seeing their team lose for the seventh time in nine matches, turned on Sam Allardyce again. The visiting fans chanted against Allardyce and flew a flag pleading for his dismissal as Saido Berahino claimed the goal that ended West Brom’s habit of flying into early leads only

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Premier League: weekend matches in pictures

All the best images from around the grounds , starting off on Saturday at St Mary’s, where Everton were looking for three points to keep their Champions League aspirations alive Continue reading…

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West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United: match preview

Their first meeting this season was memorable, not for the quality of football but for Nicolas Anelka’s controversial quenelle gesture. West Brom are looking pretty desperate, teetering on the edge of the drop zone, and their manager, Pepe Mel, has pinpointed this game as the one where three points must be taken. As West Ham are without a win in three games, it does seem the moment for Albion to ease their relegation fears. Charlotte Trundley Kick-off…

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Sam Allardyce criticises Manchester United’s sacking of David Moyes video

Sam Allardyce says Manchester United’s handling of David Moyes’s sacking reflects poorly on the club’s brand and reputation. The West Ham United manager says the leaking of Moyes’s dismissal was ‘a great shame’ for United. Allardyce recommends Moyes take some time off before returning to the world of football Continue reading…

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Premier League clockwatch – live!

All the latest updates from the Premier League and beyond Read Dom Fifield’s piece on the resurrection of Portsmouth Send your missives to niall.mcveigh.casual@guardian.co.uk Alternatively, you can tweet them to @niallmcveigh 1.58pm BST In the Premier League, it’s Spurs 2-1 Fulham – Paulinho and Kane with the goals for Tottenham, either side of a Steve Sidwell strike for the visitors. You can follow what remains of that London derby with Nick Miller…

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West Ham United announce death of Dylan Tombides from cancer

Australian 20-year-old diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2011 Club will hold minute’s applause before Crystal Palace game West Ham United have announced that Dylan Tombides has died at the age of 20 after his battle with cancer. Tombides died on Friday morning with his family by his side, having fought testicular cancer for the past three years after being diagnosed with it while representing Australia at the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico in the summer …

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West Ham’s James Tomkins’ trial delayed after police lose CCTV footage

‘Top of the scale of negligence and incompetence’ Tomkins on trial for assault of a police constable The trial of West Ham defender James Tomkins for assault has been delayed after police and prosecutors lost CCTV footage of the alleged incident. The 25-year-old was due to stand trial at Basildon Magistrates’ Court after denying assaulting a police constable, being drunk and disorderly in a public place and obstructing a constable outside the Sugar Hut nightclub on the night of…

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Arsenal v West Ham United as it happened | Jacob Steinberg

Goals from Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski kept Arsenal in the hunt for the top four 9.41pm BST All of which means that Arsenal go fourth, a point above Everton, whose game in hand is against Crystal Palace at home tomorrow. In the end, Arsenal got the job done, although they struggled to find their feet in the first half and fell behind to Matt Jarvis’s goal. But they took advantage of slack West Ham defending to …

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Premier League: Arsenal v West Ham United in pictures

All the best images from the Emirates where Arsenal will be looking to build on their FA Cup semi-final victory and move into the top four. West Ham, however, will be looking for a win that will put them on 40-points mark which should be enough to see off the threat of relegation Continue reading…

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West Ham’s Sam Allardyce: no let-up at Arsenal as safety not guaranteed

Manager hopes to capitalise on opponents’ FA Cup exertions ‘Whatever difficulties they have it’s still a tough fixture for us’ Sam Allardyce has warned his West Ham players they are not yet safe from relegation. Six wins from their last 10 games have lifted the team away from trouble and they are seven points above the safety line. But weekend wins for Fulham , Cardiff City and Crystal Palace have left the manager looking over his shoulder once more. “The…

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League title is in Liverpool’s hands claims ‘fearless’ Brendan Rodgers

Manager says Liverpool are mentally ready for Manchester City Claims his youngsters are tough enough for title run-in Brendan Rodgers has promised that Liverpool will show no fear against Manchester City next Sunday after they found a way past a stubborn West Ham side at Upton Park to secure their ninth successive victory and move back to the top of the league. Two penalties from Steven Gerrard, either side of Guy Demel’s controversial equaliser, were…

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Premier League Table 2014 – 2015

# Team P
1 Chelsea 39
2 Manchester City 36
3 Manchester United 31
4 West Ham United 28
5 Southampton 26
6 Arsenal 26
7 Tottenham Hotspur 24
8 Newcastle United 23
9 Swansea City 22
10 Everton 21

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