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I don’t want to hide – Bilic takes responsibility for humbling West Ham defeat

The under-fire manager insisted that he is doing his best after another woeful result, and added he was not concerned about the prospect of dismissal

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Glenn Murray’s double for Brighton puts West Ham’s Slaven Bilic on the rack

David Sullivan’s belief in morality will be severely tested after this humiliation. When West Ham United’s co-owner appeared on television before kick-off, he pinpointed a desire to do “what’s right” as the reason for backing Slaven Bilic when speculation over the manager’s future mounted last month. By full-time, however, those noble sentiments had a hollow feel. Chairmen tend not to worry about shows of loyalty when they see their side display the tactical cohesion of a pub team…

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‘Unacceptable’ – Brighton boss Hughton responds to FA racism investigation

The manager has given his view on the tolerance of offensive behaviour in football in light of a rather embarrassing week for the FA

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Match Preview: West Ham v Norwich City

Team News: West Ham United (15th, 25 points) Andy Carroll serves the second of a three match ban after his red card against Swansea two weeks ago. Joe Cole and Mohamed Diame are both in the squad after receiving from their respective injuries. Norwich City (16th 25 points) Robert Snodgrass will need a late fitness… Read more »

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Ten managers at risk, with Martin Jol, Dave Jones – and José Mourinho | Paul Doyle and Barry Glendenning

From Chelsea to Northampton Town at the bottom of League Two, results over the next few games will be vital for coaches under pressure 1. Martin Jol (Fulham) For the moment Fulham’s owner, Shahid Kahn, is determined to support rather than sack Martin Jol despite the manager’s decreasing popularity with fans . This week, on Jol’s recommendation, Fulham appointed René Meulensteen as head coach in an effort to help stimulate improvement in a team that is conceding goals at an alarming rate and has won just …

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