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West Ham make point and Manchester United confirm second-place finish

This was the kind of lethargic performance that José Mourinho has in mind when he warns that Manchester United will continue to exist in the shadow of their formidable neighbours next season. They are 19 points behind City and although this forgettable draw ensured that Mourinho’s side will finish second, a club of United’s might can only wince at the distance between them and Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking champions. The gap is vast and it will be a …

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Premier League relegation run-in: where the battle will be won and lost

As the fight to avoid the drop intensifies, we look at why the affected clubs are struggling, what will decide their fate and whether their managers are to blame Pl 35 GD -15 Pts 37 Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Related: Crystal Palace match is ‘a war we have to win’ says Stoke’s Xherdan Shaqiri Remaining matches Continue reading…

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Pep Guardiola: Manchester City ‘can be the best team in history’

• City just two points shy of Chelsea’s record tally with three to play • ‘It is incredible. We have something special in terms of confidence’ Pep Guardiola has urged his Manchester City side to establish themselves as “the best team in history” after the champions moved to within two points of Chelsea’s record tally for a season in the top flight. City’s 4-1 thrashing of West Ham took them to 93 points with three games still…

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‘It’s soulless here’: why West Ham fans are in revolt

When a football club moves from its historic home to a shiny new stadium, it leaves more than memories behind – as West Ham supporters are discovering at the London Stadium It’s a mild Monday evening in April and 56,795 people, officially at least, have come along to London Stadium at the Olympic Park in Stratford to watch West Ham United play Stoke City in a bottom-of-the-table Premier League …

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Arsenal fans ambivalent despite win as Arsène Wenger starts long goodbye | David Hytner

The Frenchman will doubtless receive a vociferous send off as his departure draws closer but the response in the stands was distinctly low key during the victory over West ham The promise had come from Ivan Gazidis. Arsène Wenger’s final game at the Emirates Stadium, the chief executive thundered, would feature “a send-off that the world will take notice of”. That is for later – 6 May against Burnley, to be precise. But what of the manager’s …

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Alexandre Lacazette’s late double seals Arsenal rout against West Ham

Until the final 10 minutes it was tempting to wonder whether a few Arsenal supporters might even be impertinent enough to subject the tall, grey-haired man on the touchline – hands on hips, elbows out, wearing a worried look that has been seen here too often in recent years – to a smattering of boos at the final whistle. The score was 1-1, West Ham looked relatively comfortable, and Arsenal were…

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Javier Hernández dents Chelsea’s top-four hopes as West Ham spy safety

The life of Ray Wilkins had been celebrated with gusto in this arena prior to kick-off, from banners in the stands to flowers and a vintage No 8 shirt placed on the assistant manager’s seat in the home dugout. Both sets of fans had warmed to the glimpses of the former Chelsea midfielder and coach in action, beamed out over the big screens at either end, with West Ham’s support bellowing out their own admiration. The tributes were heart-felt and…

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West Ham happy for now as London Stadium is spared further misery | Paul MacInnes

Extra security were called in for West Ham’s game with Southampton after recent crowd trouble but a more positive performance on the pitch helped lift the atmosphere The London Stadium was a sea of colour as the teams came out for this match. Those colours were fluorescent orange and yellow, representing the uniforms worn by the dozens of extra security and stewarding staff who had been drafted in for the day. Joe Hart’s…

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Fragile mood blights West Ham’s first return since ugly crowd scenes | Jacob Steinberg

A toxic atmosphere at the London Stadium has led to heightened security for Saturday’s relegation match against Southampton In different circumstances it would be possible simply to look forward to a day of huge significance at the bottom of the Premier League. If life at the London Stadium was that straightforward, however, they would not be fortifying security in front of the directors’ box and there would be no clamour for …

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West Ham ready to pay for huge police presence at London Stadium

• Decision follows ugly scenes at home game against Burnley • Under stadium deal LLDC foots bill for police at matches West Ham United are prepared to pay for a huge police presence inside the London Stadium to help to prevent a repeat of the crowd disturbances that marred Saturday’s 3-0 defeat by Burnley. The stadium’s security failings were exposed by unrest which included four pitch invasions and David Sullivan, the club’s co…

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West Ham fans invade pitch and protest against board – video report

West Ham fans were able to get past security and approach players during their 3–0 defeat to Burnley on Saturday. Hundreds of angry protesters were also able to gather in front of the directors’ box, who chanted for the removal of the board *Warning – this video contains strong and homophobic language* West Ham chaos as pitch invaders and crowd trouble mars Burnley’s win  Continue reading…

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Mohamed Salah strike helps Liverpool to resounding win over West Ham

Leapfrogging Manchester United into second was “a nice moment” for Jürgen Klopp but Liverpool’s response to pressure from West Ham and their Champions League chasing rivals felt much nicer. “The other teams are flying,” he said. “So we have to fly as well.” Here was another example of Liverpool’s ability to soar. Victory ultimately came at a canter for Klopp’s team at Anfield, where the remaining fab three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané were…

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West Ham charged by FA over breach of anti-doping rules

• Club allegedly failed to ensure accurate whereabouts information • West Ham insist investigation not based on offence by a player West Ham United have been charged with a breach of anti-doping rules, the Football Association have announced. West Ham are alleged to have “failed to ensure its ‘club whereabouts’ information was accurate on three occasions within 12 months,” according to an FA statement. The club have until 27 February to respond. Continue

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Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United: match preview

Brighton have only claimed victory three times at home this season and their position is beginning to look complicated. The visit of West Ham, blighted by injury and off-field problems, looks like a good opportunity to end their six-match winless run. Record signing Jürgen Locadia is not ready for involvement just yet, although he has begun training, but Leonardo Ulloa should get some minutes on returning to his old home. Brighton are approaching the…

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Mark Noble on spot to earn makeshift West Ham draw with Crystal Palace

Although it is impossible to argue with the assertion that West Ham United are crying out for reinforcements before the transfer window closes tonight, at least this gritty performance provided more evidence that David Moyes is capable of inspiring them to battle against adversity. A point was a decent reward bearing in mind that West Ham were deprived of almost an entire starting 11 and it was encouraging for Moyes to see his weary, battle-hardened …

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Will Grigg says Wigan’s flair can cause more upsets after seeing off West Ham

• ‘There is no fear,’ says League One side’s match-winner • West Ham’s woes compounded by injuries and suspension Paul Cook’s expressed desire for an FA Cup fifth-round tie against Liverpool at Anfield was wiped out within hours of his Wigan side eliminating West Ham, though there are still plenty other Premier League teams for the Latics to be paired with in the draw on Monday. After accounting for West Ham and Bournemouth already, there seems little chance of Wigan …

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