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West Ham takes over its ladies’ team after being accused of discrimination

Premier League club’s women’s side forced to warm up next to busy road and paid for own transport to games, chairman said West Ham football club has pledged to take over the direct running of its women’s side after being accused of discrimination by the team’s chair. Stephen Hunt, the chairman of West Ham United Ladies , has lodged a formal complaint with the Football Association after claiming his players were…

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Premier League midway review: how have the 20 teams fared so far?

Twenty matches into the 2013-14 season, WhoScored have compiled infographics for all 20 Premier League clubs 1) Arsenal 2) Manchester City 3) Chelsea 4) Liverpool 5) Everton 6) Tottenham Hotspur 7) Manchester United 8) Newcastle United 9) Southampton 10) Hull City 11) Aston Villa 12) Stoke City 13) Swansea City 14) West Bromwich Albion 15) Norwich City 16) Fulham 17) Cardiff City 18) Crystal Palace 19) West Ham United 20) Sunderland Premier League Arsenal Aston Villa Chelsea Everton Fulham Hull City Manchester United Manchester City Liverpool Newcastle United Southampton Tottenham Hotspur West…

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West Ham v Arsenal – and Premier League clockwatch live! | Sean Ingle

Minute-by-minute report: It’s a big Boxing Day fixture list – follow all of the action with Sean Ingle Sean Ingle

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

David Moyes needs to start impressing at Old Trafford and Chelsea’s strikers still can’t fire away from home 1) Moyes testing Old Trafford’s patience Newcastle have not won a league game at Old Trafford since John Tudor and Stewart Barrowclough scored the goals to secure a 2-0 win in February 1972. Could they end that run on Saturday? David Moyes will be without Wayne Rooney, suspended after his fifth booking of the season, and the Manchester United…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 57
2 Liverpool 48
3 Chelsea 47
4 Manchester United 38
5 West Ham United 37
6 Arsenal 36
7 Tottenham Hotspur 36
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 34
9 Brighton & Hov… 30
10 Leicester City 26
11 Aston Villa 26
12 Southampton 25
13 Crystal Palace 24
14 Brentford 23
15 Leeds United 22
16 Everton 19
17 Norwich City 16
18 Newcastle United 15
19 Watford 14
20 Burnley 12

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