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Slaven Bilic wants West Ham to be No1 story in ‘permanent shift at the top’

• Bilic feels form of own team and ‘miraculous leaders Leicester’ is not a one-off • Roberto Martínez ‘can’t wait to build something special’ after Everton lose 3-2 While others look at the league table and see a one-off, Slaven Bilic eyes the future. If many regard Leicester City as an anomaly, the Croat believes they could be trailblazers. As West Ham United chase the top-four finish that would make this their best season …

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FA Cup quarter-final draw: Chelsea face tricky trip to Everton in sixth round

• Arsenal will play Watford at home if they can beat Hull in fifth-round replay • West Ham face trip to either Manchester United or Shrewsbury Town Chelsea have been given a difficult away tie at Everton in the FA Cup quarter-final in the only confirmed all-Premier League clash in the sixth round draw, after the London sailed past Manchester City 5-1 on Sunday. Related: FA Cup sixth round draw – as it happened Continue reading

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1966: what you might not know about the most famous year in English football

West Ham ‘won the World Cup’ in 1966, but they also finished 12th in the league, behind champions Liverpool and FA Cup winners Everton. Here are a few more things you might not know about English football’s most glorious year By Richard Foster for The Agony and the Ecstasy of the Guardian Sport Network England started the tournament with a limp, listless goalless draw but ended it in fine style by overcoming an old rival in a high-scoring…

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Chelsea draw Manchester City and Arsenal meet Hull in FA Cup fifth round

• League One side Shrewsbury Town face Manchester United • Bournemouth play Everton, Tottenham host Crystal Palace Manchester City will play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup fifth round. The two clubs meet again having been drawn together in 2013 and 2014, with City knocking Chelsea out of the competition on both occasions. Related: FA Cup fifth round draw – as it happened Continue reading…

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Martinez: Byram move not right for player or Everton

The right-back completed a move to West Ham from Leeds United but the Spaniard insists that the Toffees voluntarily pulled out of the race for his signature

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West Ham beat Everton to Byram capture, fans love every minute of it

West Ham confirmed the capture of Leeds United youngster Sam Byram today after gazzumping Everton at the last minute to secure his signature. West Ham had been looking to signing Byram in the summer on a free transfer, but Everton’s interest in the 22-year-old forced the club’s hand and we went and got our man for

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Transfer window wishlists: who Premier League fans want to sign this winter

Fans assess where the money should go this month – from big deals for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marco Reus and Gareth Bale, to a swoop for Curtis Davies The need for defensive midfield cover for Francis Coquelin is obvious: Leicester’s Kanté has been impressive, and Bender and Krychowiak are among the rumour mill’s usual suspects. But with competition for that sort of talent fierce and availability limited, it’s hard to imagine …

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Premier League transfers: rating all the summer signings, club by club

With the transfer window opening in less than three weeks, we look at what the clubs can learn from the business they conducted in the summer by analysing every move, from Dele Alli to DeAndre Yedlin Total outlay £10m . Average rating of all summer signings 9/10 Continue reading…

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West Ham face fight for long-term transfer target

West Ham face competition from Ligue 1 clubs AS Monaco and Marseille for Everton’s Kevin Mirallas, as reported by the Express. The Hammers were heavily linked with a move for the Belgium international in the summer, but the winger eventually decided to sign an new contract at Goodison Park. But the 28-year-old has struggled for

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MATCH REPORT: West Ham 1 -1 Everton

Lukaku Strikes again Match Report West Ham United 1-1 Everton This result may be disappointing when you think about it, however I think this is a step in the right direction and was most definitely a challenging one in a rain covered Upton Park today. The hammers have not got the best of records against Everton, with most of the recent results leaving them with the 3 points, including the last couple of game at the Boleyn Ground. …

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Romelu Lukaku’s cool finish earns Everton a point at West Ham United

Romelu Lukaku continued to wage his personal crusade against West Ham, scoring on his seventh successive appearance against the Hammers on a muggy, wet afternoon at a subdued Upton Park. Otherwise this was a low-pressure meeting of two neat, quick-passing teams, illuminated by some nice touches but little in the way of unbound attacking play. When counterattack meets counterattack the result can often be a little lukewarm. By the end a 1-1 draw was fair…

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West Ham striker Sakho to miss Everton clash

The Senegal striker has torn a thigh muscle but Slaven Bilic expects the West Ham striker to be available to face Tottenham after the international break

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Everton dealt Oviedo injury blow

The defender was substituted after just 25 minutes in the club’s 6-2 win over Sunderland last Sunday with a hamstring problem

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Next Generation 2015: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

The Guardian looks at some of the best young talent coming through at Premier League clubs, identifying one player from each club born between 1 September 1998 and 31 August 1999, an age band also known as first-year scholars. We will then follow their progress over the coming years See how our 2014 picks have got on in the past 12 months Continue reading…

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Premier League 2015-16 preview No6: Everton | Andy Hunter

Roberto Martínez faces a difficult start, and has yet to seriously strengthen his squad, as he looks to prove that his disappointing second season was a blip Guardian writers’ predicted position: 8th (NB: this is not necessarily Andy Hunter’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position: 11th Continue reading…

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Premier League transfers: who decides which players your club buys?

Who sits on Liverpool’s transfer committee and how much does Abramovich get involved in deals at Chelsea? We look at all 20 Premier League clubs Arsène Wenger is the lord of the kingdom he has built over the past 19 years. His influence extends into every pore of the club and where transfers are concerned, the manager’s authority is total. Wenger always has the final say. The board have attempted to put support systems in…

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Premier League 2015-16 fixture list: Liverpool face daunting early away run

Liverpool start at Stoke City in repeat of last season’s closer Chelsea begin their title defence at home to Swansea City Manchester United open up against Tottenham at Old Trafford Brendan Rodgers will have to demonstrate immediate improvement at Liverpool, as his team will kick off their next Premier League campaign at Stoke City, who walloped them 6-1 at the Britannia Stadium at the end of last season. Related: Premier League 2015-16 fixtures: …

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Premier League: where the clubs need to strengthen

Managers must now decide their transfer targets for next season and move quickly to sign them. Here is our team-by-team assessment: The three most obvious positions where Arsenal require an upgrade are goalkeeper, centre-forward and defensive midfielder. In goal, Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina have had too many jittery and unreliable moments. Up top, on days when Olivier Giroud has strained to make an impression, the need for an…

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Premier League 2014-15 review: match of the season | Jacob Steinberg

From Leicester City’s destruction of Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United to freescoring Chelsea’s superb win at Goodison, here are five contenders for match of the season. Now submit your suggestions • 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 other winners in a …

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The Premier League clubs’ ineptitude index shows there is nowhere to hide | Tom Bryant

In a break from tradition we have taken time out to celebrate not the best team in the Premier League but the most inept. Our (not wholly scientific) approach reveals … As it comes towards the end of the season, it has always been traditional to round up the best moments of the league: the best performances, best goals, best players and so on. But the reason those moments stand out are because they are rare islands …

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Sam Allardyce nears West Ham exit door after late Everton win

• Trip to Newcastle could be West Ham manager’s final game in charge • Allardyce: ‘I think everybody in football has very short memories’ The bedsheet brigade was out in force at Upton Park. Romelu Lukaku had just done what comes naturally to him against West Ham, discontent was in the air and high in the Sir Trevor Brooking stand, the moment had arrived for one supporter. He had been waiting all afternoon for the opportunity and when Lukaku …

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West Ham 1-2 Everton: Lukaku snatches late winner

Stewart Downing put the Hammers in front at Upton Park but the Toffees hit back just six minutes later through Leon Osman before the Belgian added a second in stoppage time

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Everything you need to know before betting on West Ham v Everton

We never beat Everton in the league. We did manage to do them in the FA Cup earlier this year, but that

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Sam Allardyce ponders European dream but fears a West Ham nightmare

• West Ham look set to qualify for the Europa League via the fair play route but the club are wary because they move into the Olympic Stadium for 2016-17 and cannot countenance relegation Sam Allardyce can see the funny side; how the whole thing flies in the face of popular perception. “Imagine me winning the fair play league,” the West Ham United manager said, bellowing with laughter. “You wouldn’t have thought that, …

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Team News: Allardyce’s final West Ham XI at Upton Park

We’ve got some great memories from the last time we played Everton at the Boleyn Ground. Adrian’s ‘gloves off’ penalty gave us

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West Ham United v Everton: match preview

The intriguing subplot is that West Ham and Everton are locked in a race to qualify for Europe via the Fair Play League. Or should that be the race to avoid the Europa League? It will be interesting to see how many times Kevin Friend has to reach for his cards. West Ham may have Winston Reid back after hamstring trouble, but Everton’s Leighton Baines is missing after having ankle surgery. Jacob

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