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West Ham’s Slaven Bilic fined £8,000 over misconduct charge

• Slaven Bilic fined for protesting at late West Brom equaliser • Bilic’s No2, Nikola Jurcevic, fined for reaction to ‘offside’ effort The West Ham manager, Slaven Bilic, and his assistant, Nikola Jurcevic, have each been fined £8,000 after admitting Football Association misconduct charges . Bilic and Jurcevic accepted the standard penalty in relation to incidents during the Premier League game against West Bromwich Albion . Related: West Brom’s Gareth McAuley denies West Ham a comeback win at the last

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West Ham’s Slaven Bilic charged by FA after hurling microphone in anger

• Manager also appeared to abuse referee after West Brom’s late equaliser • Bilic charged with improper conduct and could get touchline ban Slaven Bilic, the West Ham United manager, has been charged with improper conduct following the game against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, the Football Association has announced. Related: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action Continue reading…

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West Brom’s Gareth McAuley denies West Ham a comeback win at the last

West Bromwich Albion secured a stoppage-time goal to rescue a 2-2 draw in Stratford. West Ham United felt Nacer Chadli’s early goal should not have stood and were unhappy one of their own efforts was disallowed – but they appeared to have secured a fourth win in five games with goals from Sofiane Feghouli and Manuel Lanzini. However, Gareth McAuley forced a late equaliser to earn the visitors a point. A groin injury had ruled Andy Carroll out of a …

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Barnstorming Andy Carroll finds the form to end his England exile | Barney Ronay

Four years after he last played for his country, the West Ham forward’s swashbuckling presence makes him an irresistible choice for Gareth Southgate There was a genuine tremor of excitement this week at the news Gareth Southgate is planning to go to the London Stadium on Saturday to take a first-hand look at the irresistible, intoxicating Andy Carroll. England have a double-header against Germany and Slovakia coming up in March. Carroll last played for England four years …

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Scott Hogan: former angry young man takes Vardy route to the big time

Aston Villa’s £15m signing from Brentford got back on track at Stocksbridge Park Steels and has the pace and eye for goal to reach the Premier League As Scott Hogan would no doubt testify, it sometimes takes rejection to change the course of history. “We wanted to sign him, 100%,” says the Rochdale manager, Keith Hill, “but he just wasn’t ready.” Almost six years before he completed his move from Brentford to Aston Villa for a fee…

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David Squires on … the football career of Frank Lampard

Our cartoonist reflects on the retirement of Frank Lampard, plus another thing or three Here is David’s archive of cartoons . Plus: David on … the transfer window | David on … football in the age of president Trump Continue reading…

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Andy Carroll inspires West Ham fightback to stun Southampton

There are ways and means of winning matches in the Premier League and in condemning Southampton to their sixth defeat in seven matches, Slaven Bilic taught Claude Puel a severe lesson. The Saints have their moments and those moments can be bewitching. Manolo Gabbiadini’s debut goal was one such, the £14m striker smashing home off the bar from an acute angle to give his side a 12th-minute lead. But in certain …

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José Fonte’s swift return with West Ham to St Mary’s to provoke mixed response

The former captain’s uneasy departure will ensure a frosty reception in some quarters but it is different from a return such as Saido Berahino’s to West Brom It is almost exactly two years since the former Southampton centre‑back Dejan Lovren first returned to his old stamping ground with his new club, Liverpool, and was greeted by chants of “You’re just a shit José Fonte”. Fonte was a Saints idol back then, a model…

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Frank Lampard announces retirement from professional football

• 38-year-old former Chelsea midfielder won 108 England caps • ‘I feel now is the time to begin the next chapter in my life’ The former West Ham, Chelsea, Manchester City and England midfielder Frank Lampard has announced his retirement from football. Lampard, who won 106 caps for his country, left New York City FC in November after his contract expired. In a statement on his Facebook page , the 38-year-old said he had…

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Gabriel Jesus off the mark as Manchester City rout West Ham again

If this was a glimpse of Manchester City’s future then the Premier League, other than perhaps West Ham United, should rejoice at the thrill that is to come. A team who had run riot in the FA Cup at this expansive venue a little under a month ago merrily put the same opponents to the sword again to surge to within a point of second place. Their authority was hardly tested, their brilliance on the …

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West Ham United 0-4 Manchester City: Premier League – as it happened

Manchester City produced a brilliant performance to outclass West Ham and win 4-0, thanks to goals from Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva, Gabriel Jesus and Yaya Toure 9.43pm GMT And with that, it’s goodnight from me. Take care of yourselves, and each other. Related: Gabriel Jesus off the mark as Manchester City rout West Ham again 9.42pm GMT “I’ve seen City score nine times in two games,” writes Ian Sargeant, presumably…

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January transfer window: Premier League ins and outs – how did your club do?

A club-by-club guide to the signings made in the English top flight and a brief summary of who has left on loan or permanently and where they have gone For Arsène Wenger it has been more important to get players out of the treatment room and into contention for selection than to have made any inroads in the mid-season market. There was never any chance of him making a major signing and he has been …

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Burnley break transfer record to sign Robbie Brady and Ashley Westwood

• Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Brady joins from Norwich for £13m • Aston Villa complete deal to sign Scott Hogan from Brentford Burnley have completed the signing of the Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady for a club record fee of around £13m. Sean Dyche had made the versatile 25-year-old his priority in the January market despite also agreeing a fee for Hull City’s Andrew Robertson and eventually got his man, …

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West Ham agree £25m fee with Marseille for Dimitri Payet

• French international set for return to club West Ham signed him from in 2015 • West Ham finally agree fee for the forward, who has effectively been on strike West Ham United have agreed a fee of £25m with Marseille for Dimitri Payet and the France winger has travelled to the south of France to complete the formalities of the move, which include the medical test. Related: West Ham confirm signing of Robert Snodgrass from Hull…

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