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GALLERY: Hammers bid Boleyn farewell in superb style with stunning comeback win

West Ham bid an unforgettable farewell to the Boleyn Ground as 112 years at Upton Park ended with a remarkable comeback 3-2 win against Manchester United.

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Manchester United coach ‘smashed up’ on its way to Upton Park

• Wayne Rooney says United coach was attacked on way to stadium • Kick-off at Upton Park delayed until 8.30pm • Follow West Ham v Manchester United live Wayne Rooney has said that Manchester United’s coach was “smashed up” by supporters on its way to Upton Park for the Premier League game on Tuesday night. The game between West Ham United and Manchester United was delayed until 8.30pm as the visiting team’s coach was delayed in entering the …

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‘Something irreplaceable is being lost’: West Ham fans pay tribute to Upton Park

We asked fans about watching West Ham at the Boleyn Ground and how they expect life to change after the relocation to the Olympic Stadium in Stratford ‘I have my season ticket ready for next season’ My first West Ham game was a 1-1 draw against Newcastle on 1 April 1960. I went with my friend next door and his father. We stood high up on the North Bank corner. There was no one in…

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Mata: Upton Park ‘breathes English football’

Juan Mata is looking forward to playing his part in West Ham’s farewell to Upton Park – a place the Manchester United man says “breathes English football”.

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Slaven Bilic urges West Ham to recover quickly for Upton Park’s farewell

• Manager was ‘fuming and angry’ after 4-1 home defeat by Swansea City • Bilic says players should use this period in the club’s history as motivation This result came as a surprise to everyone except the man it appeared to wound the most. Slaven Bilic had warned West Ham against complacency as they entered the final few matches of the season, to “not buy the theory that clubs who are safe…

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Hammers’ Champions League hopes crushed by Swansea

Swansea pulled off a shock 4-1 win at Upton Park to leave West Ham United’s Champions League hopes in tatters.

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Explained: why five English clubs could play in next season’s Champions League

• Manchester City and Liverpool’s progress key to allocation of spots • Fourth place may not be enough for Champions League qualification Manchester City and Liverpool’s presence in the semi-finals of the Champions League and Europa League respectively means there is a possibility that five English clubs could represent England in European football’s elite competition next season. Related: Leicester City’s triumph: the inside story of an extraordinary season | Stuart

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Bilic: Noble could help England

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic insists Mark Noble can still help England at Euro 2016.

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Hammers boost European hopes with Baggies win

West Ham United sent out a European warning as they powered into fifth with an impressive win at West Brom.

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FAN’S VIEW: Inconsistencies make referee’s job so much harder

West Ham were denied yet again at the King Power Stadium when a late, late penalty was awarded against Andy Carroll, allowing Leicester City the chance to grab a 2-2 draw. It was more than the league leaders deserved.

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Hammers boss Bilic insists striker Carroll does not deserve FA charge over comments

West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic insists striker Andy Carroll does not deserve a Football Association charge for his comments about the performance of referee Jon Moss following Sunday’s controversial draw at Leicester.

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West Ham’s David Sullivan and David Gold were ‘abused’ by Leicester fans

• Gold says ‘elderly Leicester fans turned into monsters’ • Leicester are looking into claims from co-chairmen West Ham co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold have complained of being targeted for abuse by Leicester supporters in Sunday’s draw at the Walkers Stadium. The 2-2 result came as a blow to Leicester’s Premier League title ambitions, with only a late penalty from Leonardo Ulloa sparing the Foxes from defeat. Related: Leicester’s Jamie Vardy set …

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Jon Moss divides opinion among former referees in Leicester match

• Keith Hackett says draw against West Ham was ‘too big’ for official • Howard Webb and Graham Poll largely supportive of embattled referee The performance of Jon Moss in Leicester City’s draw with West Ham United has divided opinion with former referees split over his decision-making during the game. The former referees’ head Keith Hackett was daming in his assessment, describing the game as “too big” for Moss and accusing …

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Bilic claims Moss fooled into giving penalty

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic refused to criticise referee Jon Moss but insisted he was fooled into giving Leicester a point-saving penalty this afternoon.

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West Ham’s Andy Carroll slams referee Jon Moss after Leicester draw

• Striker fumes after last-minute penalty allowed hosts to equalise • ‘It is a bad decision – it is bad decisions he has given all game’ West Ham striker Andy Carroll has lambasted referee Jonathan Moss for an unacceptable performance, even accusing the official of trying to even things up by awarding Leicester a stoppage-time penalty. Much of the focus during a thrilling if fractious contest was on the officials, with several penalty appeals overlooked …

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Hammers concede injury time equaliser at league leaders

Leicester showed impressive character, quality and resilience to recover from Jamie Vardy’s sending-off and a West Ham United comeback to eke out what could prove a crucial point in the race for the Premier League title.

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Hammers left ‘a little bit in the shadows’ by Foxes’ ‘fairytale’ season

Slaven Bilic admits Leicester’s “fairytale” season has put West Ham’s success in the shade.

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Andy Carroll, the man with a head like a foot, is a weapon England don’t need | Barney Ronay

Why Roy Hodgson should resist the temptation to call on the undoubted heading skill and strength of the West Ham striker as Euro 2016 beckons Which one of Andy Carroll’s gorgeously brutal hat-trick goals against Arsenal last weekend was your individual moment of the season so far? I know. It’s not an easy choice. Maybe the first one where he seems to be actually running in midair, gliding through the forest canopy above the Arsenal defence, before butting the ball into the …

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How West Ham struck the deal of the century with Olympic Stadium move

West Ham may have lost in the FA Cup on Wednesday but the club have scored a resounding victory off the field – and the awkward questions persist As the sun went down on West Ham’s hopes of ending their last season at the Boleyn Ground with a trophy on Wednesday , a rainbow appeared behind the East Stand, arching over the Chicken Run. And it couldn’t help but appear to point to the pot of gold …

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West Ham’s Olympic Stadium contract: club to pay £2.5m per season in rent

• West Ham will pay £15m towards conversion cost of £272m • LLDC to cover stadium running costs – including corner flags West Ham will pay £2.5m a year in rent for their new home at the Olympic Stadium, it has been confirmed, after the London Legacy Development Corporation was forced to reveal full details of the contract. While the annual rental figure, which will halve to £1.25m a season if …

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Manchester United into FA Cup semi-finals with narrow win at West Ham

It was a moment to electrify any game, let alone a must-win FA Cup quarter-final replay, and if it provided the latest evidence of Marcus Rashford’s rare ability, it crackled with meaning for Louis van Gaal. Manchester United had taken a kicking on so many levels after their 3-0 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday and Van Gaal, as ever, had borne the brunt of it. It was impossible to ignore the subplot here that the manager needed a …

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Payet faces strong Foxes competition for PFA gong

Dimitri Payet faces competition from Leicester City players Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante after being named on the shortlist for the PFA Players’ Player of the Year.

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Phil Jones eager for Manchester United chance in West Ham Cup replay

• Jones: ‘I’m ready to face West Ham in the FA Cup if the gaffer feels I’m ready’ • Old Trafford defender thinking only of the future to end pattern of injuries Phil Jones has said that he cannot doubt his body if he is to move on from an injury nightmare that has numbered 27 separate problems in his five years at Manchester United. The defender made his latest comeback from…

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Carroll concerns for Van Gaal

Louis van Gaal admits West Ham striker Andy Carroll could run riot in tomorrow’s FA Cup quarter-final replay if his Manchester United defence does not improve.

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Louis van Gaal demands better communication to tame Andy Carroll

• Manchester United manager says his centre-backs must improve • Van Gaal praises ‘special qualities’ of West Ham striker before FA Cup replay Louis van Gaal will demand his centre-backs communicate better to deal with West Ham United’s Andy Carroll and keep alive Manchester United’s “last chance of a title” in the FA Cup. On Wednesday night the Dutchman’s side are at the Boleyn Ground for a quarter-final replay after …

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‘One of the most important games of the season’

Manchester United’s humbling at Tottenham may have been painful, but Juan Mata is not wallowing in self pity ahead of one of the most important matches of the season.

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