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Sam Allardyce on speculation about future at West Ham United – video

Sam Allardyce comments on rumours that he is about to lose his job as West Ham United manager after four years in the role. The club’s owners will decide on the manager’s future after the team’s final match of the season against Newcastle United on 24 May. Allardyce says the speculation should not distract his side from their performance. West Ham, who are 10th in the Premier League, face Everton at Upton Park on Saturday Continue reading…

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Everton’s Roberto Martínez: Leighton Baines out for rest of season – video

Speaking ahead of his team’s Premier League clash against West Ham United on Saturday, Everton manager Roberto Martínez says defender Leighton Baines will be out of commission for the rest of the season following surgery to address an ankle injury. Baines was forced to leave the pitch during last week’s match against Sunderland as a result of the problem. Martínez also reflects on the club’s hopes of playing in the Europa League, and looks forward …

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Football: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Manuel Pellegrini will have an eye on Bayern v Barcelona, Tom Cleverley continues his renaissance and duo do their best to avoid the Europa League Related: QPR’s Chris Ramsey agrees with Joey Barton’s ‘bad eggs’ criticism • Match report: Manchester City 6-0 QPR • Manuel Pellegrini refuses to discuss his future • Bruce blames himself for Hull’s poor performance • Match report: Hull City 0-1 Burnley • Match report: Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham • Match report: Leicester 2-0 Southampton • The Premier…

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West Ham on course for Europa League after England receives fair play place

• England and Republic of Ireland both awarded fair play spots • West Ham second in Premier League’s fair play table behind Liverpool • Dnipro hit Napoli late while Sevilla do for Fiorentina West Ham United are on course for a place in next season’s Europa League after England was granted an additional fair play place for coming second in Uefa’s rankings. Uefa has announced that the Netherlands, England and Republic of Ireland will all get an extra place in …

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Football: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Can Crystal Palace spoil Chelsea’s celebrations, will Brendan Rodgers give Lambert and Lallana a chance and a finale to the Football League season One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy … and so on, all the way up to seeing 11 Magpies, which is a harbinger of three easy points. So there could hardly be any more inviting assignment for Leicester players this weekend as…

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Everton to subsidise tickets for match at West Ham by £10 a head

• West Ham are charging away fans £55 per adult ticket • Everton club and players to pick up the shortfall Everton fans will have their tickets for the match at West Ham United on Saturday 16 May subsidised by the first-team players and the club. West Ham are charging £55, with £32 tickets available for under-16s and over-65s. Everton are reducing the cost by £10 per person in an effort to make the trip more affordable …

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Claudio Beauvue eyes Premier League move after confirming Guingamp exit

• Guingamp’s top scorer reveals he will be leaving in the summer • Everton and West Ham reportedly interested in signing Frenchman • The Rumour Mill: Eden Hazard to Real Madrid? Claudio Beauvue looks to be on the move after Guingamp’s top scorer announced he will leave the club this summer. The 27-year-old French striker has been linked in recent press reports with a move to the Premier League, with Everton and West Ham thought to be interested. Continue reading…

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They think it’s all over: ex-footballers on life after the final whistle

Before the Premier League’s six-figure salaries, retiring footballers had to start again, with little experience off the pitch. From a detective to a former convict, ex-players talk about their second life The Knowledge archive (2005): retired footballers’ strangest jobs Then: winger with Middlesbrough, Blackburn Rovers, Southampton and England, Premier League winner with Blackburn in 1995. Now: qualified solicitor and prospective law lecturer, Ribble Valley, Lancashire. Continue reading…

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Football clockwatch: Premier League and more – live!

Live scoreboard! Follow all the day’s goals and games as they happen And email niall.mcveigh.casual@theguardian.com or tweet @niallmcveigh 2.46pm BST Fifteen minutes until kick-off at an assortment of top-flight grounds, including Goodison Park, where Gary Naylor is stationed: 2.42pm BST For shame 2.38pm BST It’s finished Arsenal 4-1 Liverpool at the Emirates, meaning Arsenal are up to second. Barry Glendenning saw the whole thing. 2.37pm BST Goals are flying in…

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Premier League clubs record profit for first time in 15 years

The combined total from all 20 clubs from the 2013/14 season stands at £190 million – nearly four times greater than the previous record

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FA chief Greg Dyke: Premier League could end up overrun by foreigners

The 67-year-old has outlined plans to increase the number of home-grown players in squads and believes the emergence of Harry Kane is a fine example of breakthrough English talent

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Premier League clockwatch – as it happened

Chelsea earned a narrow win over West Ham to keep their lead as Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs all won, while Everton’s troubles deepened as they lost 2-0 to Stoke 9.50pm GMT Liverpool stay fifth, Burnley stay 19th. 9.46pm GMT Ricky Lambert is coming on for Sterling. He has approximately 100 seconds to make a mark. 9.45pm GMT The only match still in progress is at Anfield, where Liverpool are 2-0 up against Burnley …

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The League Cup finals of the 1980s: from Wolves to Forest, via Norwich and Oxford

A brief guide to the 10 finals in the 1980s, featuring a goal by Andy Gray, a John Lennon cover by Roxy Music and a ‘diabolical’ performance by Jim Smith’s QPR By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog , part of the Guardian Sport Network In a tweet: Forest’s quest for three in a row ended after a calamitous Shilton/Needham mix-up let in Gray to score one of the easiest Wembley winners

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the midweek action | Guardian sport

Mourinho is on collision course with the FA again, United’s attack needs sharpening up, Spurs given a reality check and the value of a good reserve keeper Should Branislav Ivanovic be charged with violent conduct? José Mourinho, inevitably, says no. Yet Mourinho gives the impression that if one of his players were caught stealing flowers from a graveside he would excuse them on the grounds they were taking them to be watered. Ivanovic lost his control and there is…

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Football clockwatch: Premier League, Africa Cup of Nations and more – live!

Live scoreboard! All today’s live scores and results Keep up with all of the day’s goals and games as they happen Email niall.mcveigh.casual@theguardian.com or tweet @niallmcveigh 3.28pm GMT It had been a quiet start for the hosts at Old Trafford, but no longer – Daley Blind steals the ball from Kramaric in midfield, before dinking the ball to compatriot Robin van Persie, who belts the ball home on the volley. The striker looks offside, but the goal stands. 3.26pm …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Paul Doyle

Liverpool have questions to answer in defence, Chelsea have selection issues against Manchester City and could Villa trouble Arsenal? Unless Thergothon , the pioneers of Finnish funeral metal, are about to head out on a resurrection tour, you’ll be hard pressed to find a gloomier band of brooders in England this weekend than the fans of the team who fail to win Saturday’s early kick-off. Hull City are in the grip of an ominous despondency, with the regime unpopular, the…

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West Ham hero goes viral as fans applaud ‘gloves off’ penalty

There aren’t many things in football quite as brilliant as Adrian’s shootout winning penalty last night. The Spaniard didn’t just score the

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West Ham United 2-2 Everton (aet; 9-8 on pens) | FA Cup third-round replay match report

West Ham 2-2 Everton (aet; 9-8 pens) Valencia 51 Cole 113; Mirallas 82 Lukaku 97 In a way neither side deserved to lose this pulsating Cup tie, a match that swung dramatically and, quite simply, had everything. It ended with Adrián, West Ham’s goalkeeper, throwing his gloves to the ground and charging in to fire the decisive penalty past Joel Robles – who had missed his own spot-kick seconds earlier – and secure his side’s place in the fourth round…

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West Ham v Everton: FA Cup replay – live!

FA Cup third-round replay latest from the 7.45pm GMT kick-off at Upton Park Live scoreboard! Follow all the goals and games in the FA Cup replays And email simon.burnton@theguardian.com or tweet @Simon_Burnton 9.09pm GMT 67 mins: Everton make a double substitution, Besic and Barkley coming off and Oviedo and Mirallas coming on. 9.08pm GMT 66 mins: Cresswell now carries the ball 20 yards to the edge of the penalty area and then ignores the unmarked Downing at…

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FA Cup – West Ham v Everton – Confirmed starting line-ups

With Alex Song back in contention there’s no reason why Sam Allardyce shouldn’t name his strongest XI against Everton tonight.  With just

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Everton face tough match against West Ham United, says Roberto Martínez – video

Everton manager Roberto Martínez says his side expects a difficult match against West Ham United in the third round of the FA Cup on Tuesday. Martínez says West Ham are ‘a confident and dynamic team’ who are outstanding at dead-ball situations. The previous meeting between the two teams ended with a 1-1 draw Continue reading…

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Is this how West Ham could line up against Everton?

Given how close we came to securing a place in the FA Cup fourth round at Goodison Park last week, a loss

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FA Cup – West Ham v Everton – Match Preview

Team News West Ham United Sam Allardyce is expected field his strongest XI tonight, with Diafra Sakho (back) and Cheikhou Kouyate (international

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Everton’s Romelu Lukaku ready to play despite death of Junior Malanda

• Lukaku and Malanda were close friends • ‘Rom is really down about it. We are all supporting him’ • Junior Malanda dies aged 20 after car accident in Germany Romelu Lukaku has declared himself available for Everton’s FA Cup replay at West Ham United despite mourning the death of a close friend Junior Malanda, the Wolfsburg midfielder who was killed in a car accident on Saturday . Police in Germany have opened a manslaughter…

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Sam Allardyce claims more tactical flexibility than Everton’s Martínez

• Allardyce feels Everton problems stem from Europe • West Ham manager hopes Winston Reid will stay • Match report: Everton 1-1 West Ham Sam Allardyce believes he is more tactically flexible than the Everton manager Roberto Martínez but feels injuries and Europa League commitments are the reason for Everton’s mixed start to the season. Good results have been hard to come by for Everton this season and, after a 1-1 draw with Manchester City…

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Everton v West Ham – Post game musings

West Ham vs Everton – Post game musings I was tempted to call this article “Kids say the darndest things!”, but this would be disparaging to my girlfriend who knows her football and despite having grown up in a Glasgow Rangers house, supports West Ham with the rest of us. I was amused in the build up to another lacklustre performance in the FA Cup last night against Everton as my fine lady picked up on …

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8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
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10 Brighton & Hov… 48
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