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David Moyes promises Joe Hart Premier League action this season

• West Ham United goalkeeper looking to revive career before World Cup • ‘I’ve no doubt Joe will play Premier League games this season,’ manager says David Moyes has sought to reassure Joe Hart that he will give him opportunities to revive his career at West Ham United before the World Cup. Hart has not played in the Premier League since 29 November, leaving the goalkeeper vulnerable to losing his place as England’s No1 to…

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Premier League fans’ half-time verdict – part 2: Manchester City to West Ham

The Observer fans’ network on the season so far: City’s commanding lead, a nervous wait for Benítez and the problem with Sparky • Part 1: Arsenal to Liverpool It’s been amazing. Flying in the league, and near faultless form in the Champions League too, with five wins from five before a meaningless dead rubber, including a crucial win away in Naples against one of Europe’s finest sides. We’ve broken countless records already …

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West Ham United v Arsenal: Premier League – live!

Premier League updates from the 8pm GMT kick-off Live Premier League clockwatch | Live scoreboard! And feel free to email Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 7.35pm GMT David Moyes speaks! “We need to do it again tonight. We’re up against another really good team tonight. The level of opposition, we need to do good jobs on them. We need to be very concentrated around the box. They have a different dimension with Giroud. There might be a few …

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West Ham’s Marko Arnautovic sinks Chelsea to delight of David Moyes

It might not be the most popular view but a performance like this suggests that, for West Ham United, David Moyes is the right man at exactly the right time. Three points against a Chelsea side in such convincing form were as invaluable as they were unexpected; most encouraging of all is that the victory was thoroughly deserved, West Ham scoring early through Marko Arnautovic and then taking their lack of possession on the chin, only…

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Manchester City 2-1 West Ham United: Premier League – as it happened

Manchester City fought back from a goal down to equal the record of successive Premier League victories, making it 13 in a row and restoring their eight-point lead at the top thanks to David Silva’s late winner 6.20pm GMT Related: Manchester City and David Silva dig deep to break Hart-less West Ham 6.00pm GMT There’s no sign of Pep Guardiola haranguing any West Ham players after the final whistle. He must have appreciated their …

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David Moyes and West Ham must bring back bandit raids on big boys | Paul Wilson

The recently appointed Hammers boss won’t have to play Manchester City every week, but he will have to start somewhere December was the month that found Manchester City out last year and, though history does not look like repeating itself with Pep Guardiola’s side on the verge of equalling a Premier League record for consecutive wins within a season, the runaway league leaders need to be wary of a seven-game month that includes a derby…

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David Moyes’ liking for running and shouting has stirring outcome | Barney Ronay

Back-to-basics approach by new manager may have found traces of West Ham’s missing spark in the 1-1 draw with Leicester City Well, there’s something new. With 55 minutes gone and West Ham’s players showing vim and fight on the pitch the home crowd at the London stadium could be seen up on its feet, waving its arms and sending a sustained chorus of “David Moyes’ claret and blue army” rolling around this vast, chilly, cantilevered bowl. As moments of ignition go…

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West Ham United v Leicester City: Premier League – live!

Updates from the Friday night match at the London Stadium Live scores: look in on the other Friday night games in Europe Email paul.doyle@theguardian.com . Tweet @Paul_Doyle 8.35pm GMT 35 min : A Leicester raid breaks down, giving West ham a rare counter-attacking opportunity. Lanzini leads the charge … and gets all the way to the edge of the Leicester area, but then fails to unload a shot before being crowded out. 8.34pm GMT 34 min : Vardy flashes a low ball across the …

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Premier League health check: the overachievers and underperformers | Paul Wilson

The table doesn’t lie but teams such as Burnley and Brighton are exceeding all expectations while Swansea and Everton have disappointed badly. Here’s how the 20 sides rank based on early-season health and vigour They say the league table never lies, and this is of course true. What they don’t tell you is that during the dog days of an international break, when nothing falls or rises and hopes and fears are put on temporary hold, …

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David Moyes and West Ham both searching for their redemption stories | Barney Ronay

The idea of unveiling David Moyes on a gloomy November afternoon wasn’t in the London Stadium brochure but both West Ham and their new manager are in need of rebuilding From the Theatre of Dreams to the Temple of Dildo. For David Moyes the last three years have been a curious kind of journey. Through the fag-end of an empire at Manchester United, to Real Sociedad and the sack, to Sunderland and relegation, Moyes has strode past the …

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West Ham sack Slaven Bilic as club fall into relegation zone – video

West Ham have sacked Slaven Bilic after results at the weekend left the club in the bottom three of the Premier League. Following the 4-1 loss to Liverpool on Saturday, Bilic admitted that no individual is bigger than the club. David Moyes is reportedly set to become the new manager at West Ham Slaven Bilic sacked as West Ham manager with David Moyes set to take over Continue reading…

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West Ham’s naivety and lack of application leave Slaven Bilic on brink | Paul MacInnes

Feeble performance by team who should be doing so much better results in 4-1 home defeat by Liverpool that provides few signs of any improvement to come It was four, it should have been six, it could have been 10. West Ham United have hardly prospered since moving to the London Stadium but, like the thrashing by Arsenal last season or the Friday night thumping by Brighton last month, this was a defeat that…

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West Ham United 1-4 Liverpool: Premier League – as it happened

Mo Salah scored twice as Liverpool shredded an abysmal West Ham on the counter-attack at the London Stadium 7.21pm GMT Peep peep! That was a hideous 90 minutes for West Ham, who were routinely shredded on the counter-attack by an excellent Liverpool attack. It could have been worse than 4-1, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if Slaven Bilic lost his job during the international break. West Ham’s morale is at rock bottom. Thanks for your company, goodnight! 7.19pm GMT 90 min Lanzini…

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West Ham low on defenders but aim to expose ‘vulnerable’ Liverpool

• Slaven Bilic plans to exploit Liverpool’s weaknesses at the London Stadium • West Ham missing five defenders but Winston Reid and Aaron Cresswell fit West Ham United will have five defenders missing against Liverpool on Saturday but Slaven Bilic still believes his team can pull off a result against opponents he describes as “vulnerable”. José Fonte, James Collins, Sam Byram and Michail Antonio are unavailable for the home game because of injury and Pablo Zabaleta is suspended after collecting five…

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Slaven Bilic admits West Ham players do not run enough in games

• Bilic: ‘Our numbers of running is not what it should have been’ • West Ham manager insists he can turn the club’s form around Slaven Bilic’s training methods have come under further scrutiny after West Ham United’s manager accepted that he cannot hide from statistics indicating his players are failing to run enough during games. While Bilic retained his job following talks with the West Ham co‑owner David Sullivan after the home defeat against Brighton & Hove …

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Joe Hart: ‘Playing for England was what other people did, I just supported’

England’s goalkeeper will surpass Gordon Banks’ 73 caps when he lines up against Slovenia on Thursday and still dreams of achieving that ‘special moment’ Joe Hart has first-hand experience of that sickening sense of helplessness, the one that grips any opponent whenever the ball veers towards Harry Kane alone inside the penalty area. He endured it a little over a week ago at the London Stadium. He would have been aware out of the corner of his eye of the forward …

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A weekend of football passion, rivalry and animosity – photo essay

The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield United in the Steel City derby Continue reading…

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David Sullivan’s salvo bursts Slaven Bilic’s fragile bubble at West Ham

The bizarre recriminations following the failure to sign William Carvalho ramp up the pressure on the manager after West Ham’s poor start to the season David Sullivan, to quote an increasingly demob happy Slaven Bilic, likes to talk. West Ham’s co-owner wants to have his say, regardless of what his manager thinks. He makes headlines by not holding back in interviews. Just this past week, with the dust still settling on the non-signing of William Carvalho, Sullivan released a …

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Pointless and desperate: Crystal Palace and West Ham already under pressure | Paul Wilson

The Premier League returns this weekend but it is a fair bet Slaven Bilic and Frank de Boer have not enjoyed the international break too much and both are in dire need of a positive result As international breaks go, the one England have just enjoyed was quite eventful, even if nothing Gareth Southgate’s players could produce on the pitch was likely to steal the headlines from the way in which Wayne Rooney celebrated…

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Man jailed for trying to steal footballer Andy Carroll’s £22,000 watch

Jack O’Brien was on motorbike when he pulled alongside West Ham striker’s Jeep in north-east London and demanded watch A serial thief has been jailed for attempting to steal the Premier League striker Andy Carroll ’s £22,000 wristwatch in a drive-by robbery. Jack O’Brien, 23, was on a motorbike when he swooped on the England player’s Jeep Wrangler near Hainault, north-east London, as Carroll was driving home from West Ham ’s training ground last

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West Ham’s Javier Hernández delights in returning to ‘my old house’

• Striker to make West Ham debut at former home Old Trafford • Hernández won two Premier Leagues with Manchester United Javier Hernández will return to Old Trafford as a West Ham player on Sunday and says he feels “only happiness” towards the club that brought him to the Premier League seven years ago. The Mexico forward expects to make his competitive debut for Slaven Bilic’s side at the stadium he called home for…

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Transfer roundup: Newcastle sign Dortmund’s Mikel Merino on loan

• Gareth Bale’s agent dismisses reports Wales forward could leave Real Madrid • Chelsea ‘make enquiry’ for Bayern Munich’s Renato Sanches Newcastle have confirmed the signing of Spain Under-21 midfielder Mikel Merino on a season-long loan from Borussia Dortmund. Merino, who began his career at local side Osasuna before moving to Germany last summer and made nine appearances for Dortmund in his debut campaign, becomes the fifth new arrival at St James Park…

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Harry Kane urges Tottenham to give Chelsea a Friday fright by closing the gap

• Spurs can cut Chelsea lead to one point by winning at West Ham • Chelsea not in action until Monday at home to Middlesbrough Harry Kane has called on Tottenham Hotspur to take advantage of the scheduling of Premier League fixtures and increase the pressure on leaders Chelsea by beating West Ham United on their first trip to the London Stadium on Friday night. With Antonio Conte’s side not in action until Monday evening …

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Newcastle and West Ham raided in HMRC tax investigation into transfers

• Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley arrested in HMRC investigation • Offices at St James’ Park and London Stadium raided on Wednesday The offices of Newcastle United and West Ham were raided on Wednesday morning as part of an HMRC tax investigation into football transfers with Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley arrested just two days after the team clinched promotion to the Premier League. A statement issued by the HMRC stated: “HMRC has arrested …

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Bournemouth v Middlesbrough, West Ham v Everton and more – live!

Updates from the Premier League and around Europe Feel free to email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 4.27pm BST The penalty came when Shaqiri was clipped from behind, but Arnautovic blasts high! 4.25pm BST Five minutes ago Swansea were winning, Hull were down to 10 men and under the cosh, and the Swans were out of the bottom three. How swiftly things change. 4.25pm BST Boro make a mess of passing the ball…

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Slaven Bilic refuses to relax and takes positives from West Ham’s tough season

The Hammers’ 1-0 win over Swansea means they will probably avoid relegation, with their manager insisting the experience can make his team stronger Slaven Bilic once said he prefers to live life “on the front line”. He is not a man who believes sitting back and relaxing, having a pleasant time, is the way to get the most of the world. Given the season that West Ham are enduring, that might be just as…

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