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How did West Brom go from midtable to a run of 20 games without a win?

Only Derby County’s disastrous 2007-08 team – who won once all season – have gone for longer without tasting victory By Martin Laurence for WhoScored? , part of the Guardian Sport Network The significance of the game between Premier League strugglers West Ham and West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night was not lost on the fans or managers of either side. With both teams in the bottom three and separated by just …

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Live From The Boardroom

We have precious little to laugh about at the moment but at least Mike & Canning Town Len are attempting to cheer us up. In these two videos we see how the board react upon hearing the news of Ronald Koeman’s availability and Mike takes his usual quirky and satirical look at all things West […]

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Pardew: Carroll one of world’s unplayable strikers

The Crystal Palace boss managed the 26-year-old at Newcastle United and is all too aware of the threat he could pose this weekend for West Ham

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Crystal Palace’s Alan Pardew praises Andy Carroll before West Ham visit

• Former Newcastle manager describes West Ham forward as ‘unplayable’ • Pardew hopeful Connor Wickham can reach similar level at Crystal Palace Alan Pardew has described Andy Carroll as “unplayable” as his team prepare to confront his former forward, with the Crystal Palace manager still hopeful he can coax similar qualities from Connor Wickham at Selhurst Park. Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Michael Butler and Barry Glendenning Continue reading…

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Sam Allardyce lays into West Ham’s ‘brainwashed’ supporters

• ‘West Ham way’ is a millstone round the club’s neck, he adds • Curbishley, Pardew and Redknapp also ‘got it in the neck’ Sam Allardyce has lashed out at supporters of his previous club, West Ham United, accusing many of them of being “deluded” and “brainwashed”. Allardyce, who last week became the Sunderland manager after completing a four-year contract at Upton Park last summer , during which he took the Hammers…

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Premier League 2014-15 review: manager of the season | Ian McCourt

Chances are that José Mourinho would agree with us that he deserves a place on this shortlist but Ronald Koeman, Garry Monk, Alan Pardew and, yes, Sam Allardyce have also had tremendous seasons • Have your say in the other categories too Welcome to theguardian.com review of the 2014-15 Premier League season . Now that the campaign has ended we would like you to help us choose your favourite goal, the best referee and the best manager, and…

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West Ham – Crystal Palace Preview: Allardyce notes Zaha and Puncheon danger

The Hammers boss is aware of the Eagles’ pace and will be keeping a particularly close eye on their dangerous wingers when they meet at Upton Park on Saturday

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West Ham 1-0 Newcastle – Behind enemy lines

Aaron Cresswell’s first goal for the Hammers was enough to see off an in-form Newcastle at the Boleyn Ground yesterday. Given Newcastle’s run of five consecutive Premier League wins and our run of three games without a victory, you have to say that getting all three points was all the more sweeter. It pushed us… Read more »

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West Ham made best signings last summer, says Newcastle’s Alan Pardew

• Both managers face their former employers on Saturday • Newcastle were interested in Enner Valencia, says Pardew • Pardew: from man on the brink to miracle worker • Pardew praises Andy Carroll before return to West Ham Like Alan Pardew at Newcastle United, Sam Allardyce knows all about being the subject of crowd abuse and has served his time as a favourite for the sack. According to popular pre-season predictions neither…

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Alan Pardew praises Andy Carroll before Newcastle visit to West Ham

• ‘I like Andy … I think he’s a terrific striker’ • Newcastle must cope with fully fit Carroll • Sam Allardyce will not take risks on Andy Carroll Alan Pardew would relish the chance to bring Andy Carroll back to Newcastle United but accepts a January reunion is unlikely. “I’m not going to hide from the fact that I like Andy,” said Pardew, whose renascent side must cope with a newly fit Carroll when they visit West Ham United on …

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Tony Pulis leaves Crystal Palace before ball is kicked but who will go next | Louise Taylor

Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce need patience and luck to avoid the early-season sack at Newcastle and West Ham respectively The computer game Football Manager categorises the “job status” of its fictional coaches in four bands: secure, stable, insecure and very insecure. Few actual Premier League managers would admit to belonging to the first two brackets. In a profession in which even the perceived best are only three consecutive defeats removed from …

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Why West Ham should look to a familiar face to solve their problems

Saturday’s defeat against Palace prompted the old ‘You don’t know what you’re doing’ chant from the Bobby Moore lower, and while I wouldn’t go that far – I think time has come for club and manager to part ways. Firstly, I appreciate what Sam has done for the club. Relegated, in a mess, with a… Read more »

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1 Liverpool 79
2 Manchester City 57
3 Leicester City 50
4 Chelsea 44
5 Manchester United 41
6 Tottenham Hotspur 40
7 Sheffield United 40
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 39
9 Arsenal 37
10 Burnley 37
11 Everton 36
12 Southampton 34
13 Crystal Palace 33
14 Newcastle United 31
15 Brighton & Hov… 28
16 AFC Bournemouth 26
17 Aston Villa 25
18 West Ham United 24
19 Watford 24
20 Norwich City 18

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