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Darren Fletcher set to sign for West Ham from Manchester United

• Midfielder in London for talks with Hammers • ‘We have to wait and see,’ says United manager Louis van Gaal Darren Fletcher looks set to sign for West Ham United after the Manchester United manager, Louis van Gaal, announced the midfielder was in London for talks. Fletcher was named United’s vice-captain at the start of the season but has been unable to break into Van Gaal’s first team and now looks set to move to the capital

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West Ham’s Sam Allardyce shrugs off Diafra Sakho’s Africa Cup of Nations ban – video

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says he is not worried Diafra Sakho might face a ban, after the Senegalese striker withdrew from the Africa Cup of Nations with an injury, but scored in the English side’s FA Cup match last weekend. Talking before Saturday’s Premier League match at Anfield, Allardyce says Liverpool are at their best and he expects it to be a difficult game. He says that, as West Ham have beaten Liverpool at home this season, they hope to…

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Bristol City 0-1 West Ham | FA Cup fourth round match report

It was not convincing by any stretch and for long periods Bristol City threatened to add their name to the list of giantkilling acts of the weekend, but West Ham United ultimately found a way to overpower the League One club. Daifra Sakho, on as a second-half substitute and making his first appearance since picking up a back injury on New Year’s Day, met Andy Carroll’s cross with a far-post header to …

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Bristol City v West Ham United: FA Cup fourth round – live! | Nick Miller

Latest updates as Bristol City seek to continue weekend of Cup shocks E-mail nick.miller.casual@theguardian.com | Tweet: @NickMiller79 Scoreboard: all today’s latest scores! 3.02pm GMT And the players are out for the second-half. Difficult to tell if Allardyce looks annoyed or whether that’s just the way his face falls. 3.00pm GMT Some half-time entertainment, and I’ve been reminded this absolutely outrageous dive by Daniel Harris. Step forward ‘Flash’ Gordon Watson, tumbling to win a …

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West Ham waiting for permission to speak to Darren Fletcher over transfer

• Manager Sam Allardyce confirms club’s interest in midfielder • Fletcher out of favour at Manchester United and could leave • Van Gaal suffers twitchy bum time playing 4-4-2 Sam Allardyce has confirmed West Ham are one of the clubs chasing Darren Fletcher but claims the Hammers are yet to speak to the Manchester United midfielder. Fletcher, who has made 342 appearances for the Red Devils, has only six months left on his contract at Old Trafford and is struggling to establish himself under …

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West Ham sponsor Alpari in administration after rescue talks fail

Investment firm which signed a three-year deal with football club in 2013 collapses after suffering large losses in volatile foreign exchange markets West Ham FC’s sponsor, foreign exchange broker Alpari UK, has collapsed into administration after weekend rescue talks failed to deliver a buyer. A team of restructuring experts from KPMG were appointed as special administrators to the firm, which was scuppered by the Swiss central bank’s decision last week to abandon its attempt to peg the …

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend action

Both Man City and Swansea are missing Wilfried Bony, Charlie Austin needs help at QPR and Jermain Defoe gives Sunderland hope The Dozen: our pick of the weekend’s best Premier League photos With Manchester City failing to score at home for the first time since August during the 2-0 defeat by Arsenal , the signing of Wilfried Bony begins to look even more to the point. The frustration for Manuel Pellegrini must be that while Bony is perhaps…

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West Ham v Hull City – live! | Daniel Harris

Latest updates as Hull City travel to West Ham Email daniel.harris.casual@theguardian.com . Tweet: @DanielHarris Keep up with all today’s latest scores across Europe 12.30pm GMT Perhaps the most depressing aspect of existence is how long it takes for things to fall apart – which on balance, is marginally worse than how long it takes for nothing to happen. But, in the hyperreal world of Football, things are very different, one of the reasons we love it so much. Consider…

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Steve Bruce needs goals for his career and Hull’s Premier League struggle

The manager has failed to persuade players to come to Hull but he needs a goalscorer as his side face West Ham on Sunday, having not advanced after their strong finish last season • Brave Hull push Arsenal in FA Cup final • Bruce has failed to move with the times • Sunderland sign Jermain Defoe Hull City travel to West Ham on Sunday needing points – they have slipped into the bottom three – and goals. Steve Bruce is exploring…

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Ricardo Vaz Tê has West Ham contract terminated by mutual consent

• The 28-year-old forward is now a free agent • Portuguese had been linked with a move to Turkey • Hammers in talks with new shirt sponsor after Alpari collapse Ricardo Vaz Tê has had his contract with West Ham terminated by mutual consent. The 28-year-old forward has been linked with a move to Turkey and can now pursue any new deal as a free agent. The Portuguese player, who began his senior career under Sam …

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West Ham in discussions with new shirt sponsor after Alpari collapse

• Online foreign exchange broker entered insolvency on Friday • Club believed to be owed £4m on three-year deal West Ham United are in “advanced discussions” with potential new shirt sponsors after their main commercial backer went bust for the second time in six years. The online foreign exchange broker Alpari entered insolvency on Friday morning as a result of the Swiss National Bank’s shock move to decouple from the euro, …

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West Ham United v Hull City: match preview

Sam Allardyce was buoyed by West Ham’s epic FA Cup replay win over Everton on Tuesday and he now wants a tonic in the league, where his team have not won in four matches. His good friend, Steve Bruce, however, is in more desperate need. The Hull manager is enduring what he has called the worst injury crisis of his 17 years in management and, if results go against him on Saturday, his team could kick off at the bottom of…

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West Ham sponsor enters insolvency after Swiss currency crisis

Alpari UK, which signed a three-year deal with the football club in 2013, among a string of companies feeling the impact of the sharp move in the currency markets on Thursday The sponsor of West Ham football club, Alpari UK, has become the latest casualty of the currency crisis sparked by the Swiss central bank. Alpari UK, which lists its head office at Bishopsgate in the City, said it was insolvent because…

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Ravel Morrison cleared of assaulting ex-girlfriend and her mother

• Charges against West Ham midfielder were thrown out • Defence team showed CCTV proving his innocence West Ham’s Ravel Morrison has been cleared of all charges of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and her mother. The 21-year-old was accused of hitting his ex Reah Mansoor, 19, and her mother, Parveen Mansoor, 39, after a night out at a nightclub in his home city of Manchester last July 24. Continue reading…

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West Ham United 2-2 Everton (aet; 9-8 on pens) | FA Cup third-round replay match report

West Ham 2-2 Everton (aet; 9-8 pens) Valencia 51 Cole 113; Mirallas 82 Lukaku 97 In a way neither side deserved to lose this pulsating Cup tie, a match that swung dramatically and, quite simply, had everything. It ended with Adrián, West Ham’s goalkeeper, throwing his gloves to the ground and charging in to fire the decisive penalty past Joel Robles – who had missed his own spot-kick seconds earlier – and secure his side’s place in the fourth round…

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West Ham v Everton: FA Cup replay – live!

FA Cup third-round replay latest from the 7.45pm GMT kick-off at Upton Park Live scoreboard! Follow all the goals and games in the FA Cup replays And email simon.burnton@theguardian.com or tweet @Simon_Burnton 9.09pm GMT 67 mins: Everton make a double substitution, Besic and Barkley coming off and Oviedo and Mirallas coming on. 9.08pm GMT 66 mins: Cresswell now carries the ball 20 yards to the edge of the penalty area and then ignores the unmarked Downing at…

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Everton face tough match against West Ham United, says Roberto Martínez – video

Everton manager Roberto Martínez says his side expects a difficult match against West Ham United in the third round of the FA Cup on Tuesday. Martínez says West Ham are ‘a confident and dynamic team’ who are outstanding at dead-ball situations. The previous meeting between the two teams ended with a 1-1 draw Continue reading…

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Why success does not sit well with West Ham United fans | Jacob Steinberg

‘I am supposed to be happy, but I am uncomfortable now West Ham are playing good football and challenging for Europe, supporters are in their element when they are moaning’ • Romelu Lukaku saves Everton against West Ham A strange thing happened this week. Usually when I say I support West Ham United, people smile sympathetically, pat me on the back and tell me with forced cheeriness to keep my chin up. Then they look away, unable to meet …

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