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Chelsea 0-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Somewhere amid the din at the final whistle, as the locals gnashed in livid frustration and the visitors whipped up a taunting celebration, José Mourinho had actually been proved right. The Chelsea manager insisted on the eve of this derby against a side ensconced in the bottom three that his own charges were not yet ready to reclaim the title. The stalemate that ensued seemed to prove him right. The Portuguese’s animated …

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Premier League: Wednesday’s matches – in pictures

All the best images from around the grounds as Chelsea take on West Ham, Sunderland entertain Stoke and Aston Villa face West Brom Steven Bloor

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Chelsea’s Eden Hazard can be a Ballon d’Or contender, says José Mourinho

• Mourinho says it has been ‘much easier’ to develop Hazard • But Chelsea’s top scorer must ‘build his entourage politically’ José Mourinho believes Eden Hazard has the potential to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at the pinnacle of the world game, even if he must “build his entourage politically” if he is to claim the Ballon d’Or one day, having been surprised at how rapidly the Belgian’s game has developed at Chelsea. Hazard, the club’s leading goalscorer this season, will…

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West Ham 0-3 Manchester City (agg 0-9) | League Cup semi-final 2nd leg

Sam Allardyce had mused after West Ham United’s Capital One Cup quarter-final win at Tottenham Hotspur, in the knowledge that it would be Manchester City next, that the competition’s format had a flaw. “It is a shame,” the West Ham manager said, “that the semi-final cannot be over one leg.” He suggested that West Ham might have a chance if that one-off tie were at Upton Park. The events here did little to strengthen the hypothesis. Yes, this semi-final was already…

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West Ham to complain over alleged Fulham ‘tapping up’ of Ravel Morrison

• Officials unhappy over comments from Fulham manager • Rene Meulensteen said: ‘The player wants to come here’ West Ham have issued a complaint to the Premier League alleging Fulham have “tapped up” Ravel Morrison. The club have been angered by comments made on Tuesday by the Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen after his side’s win over Norwich – Meulensteen telling reporters that an initial bid for Morrison had been “knocked back”, but that a higher offer may …

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West Ham United’s Sam Allardyce: ‘I’m still here’ – video

Sam Allardyce dismisses speculation that he is about to be sacked from his job as West Ham United manager

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Capital One Cup: Manchester City v West Ham United – in pictures

Will Big Sam’s side put their FA Cup upset behind them to put one over on Manchester City to take a huge step towards the final at Wembley? Steven Bloor

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Manchester City v West Ham United – live! | Paul Doyle

Minute-by-minute report: Who will get their noses ahead in the first leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final? Find out with Paul Doyle Paul Doyle

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Balfour Beatty wins London Olympic stadium West Ham building contract

Construction firm boosted by £154m deal to convert arena into football club’s new home and multi-purpose venue by 2016 Balfour Beatty has won the £154m contract to convert London’s Olympic stadium into the new home of West Ham United, in a fillip for the construction firm’s struggling UK business. The project will employ up to 400 people at its busiest, as Balfour Beatty turns the 80,000-seat Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park into a multi-purpose venue taking …

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Nottingham Forest 5-0 West Ham | FA Cup match report

Hat-trick hero Jamie Paterson and the captain Andy Reid expressed their delight at helping Nottingham Forest reach the fourth round of the FA Cup after demolishing West Ham. Sam Allardyce raised eyebrows by making nine changes to his West Ham side against tricky Championship opposition, and his decision backfired as the hosts ran riot. While Djamel Abdoun’s 12th-minute penalty and Reid’s strike at the death bookended the scoring, it was Paterson who stole the…

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Nottingham Forest v West Ham United – live! | Jacob Steinberg

Minute-by-minute report: Can Nottingham Forest beat West Ham in the third round of the FA Cup? Find out with Jacob Steinberg Jacob Steinberg

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Sam Allardyce and West Ham need a Mark Robins FA Cup moment at Forest | Daniel Taylor

Twenty-three years ago Alex Ferguson was rescued by a third-round win at the City Ground. Sam Allardyce – 19th in the Premier League – badly needs a lift as his excuses ring hollow Sam Allardyce’s position might not be quite as endangered as Alex Ferguson’s before that famous FA Cup third-round tie at Nottingham Forest in January 1990 but there is also some fairly hard evidence that West Ham United’s manager is at a point in his professional life when he…

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The FA Cup third round: so much more than just a fixture problem | Paul Wilson

Wigan’s experience last year proved that the FA Cup is worth fighting for – whatever else happens as a result West Ham United were involved in the early kick-off last Saturday, so when they began to struggle at home to West Bromwich it gave the radio commentary team the chance, a full week in advance of this weekend’s third-round fixtures, to say that Sam Allardyce would not be remotely bothered about the FA Cup this…

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Why Jeff Randall was right to ‘burn’ a confidential source

Jeff Randall, the Daily Telegraph columnist, is leaving the paper to join Babcock International as a non-executive director. His decision to step away from his full-time media commitments was revealed in July last year when he announced that he was to give up presenting his eponymous Sky News business show. In the Sunday Telegraph at the weekend, bidding “a fond farewell” to 30 years of financial journalism , he wrote about his time with the Telegraph group. He…

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West Bromwich Albion’s Nicolas Anelka could face ban after arm gesture

• Striker claims ‘quenelle’ was tribute to French comedian • Manager Keith Downing refuses to condemn action West Bromwich Albion’s caretaker manager Keith Downing refused to condemn Nicolas Anelka after the striker apparently made a far-right salute after scoring the first of his two goals in his side’s 3-3 draw with West Ham. Anelka has confirmed to Downing that he did perform what is known as a quenelle, or “reverse Nazi salute”, after…

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Sam Allardyce: Manchester United took advantage of ‘basic mistakes’ against West Ham – video

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says Manchester United deserved their 3-1 win over the side on Saturday

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Tottenham 1-2 West Ham United | Capital One Cup match report

West Ham United had emphatically not read the script. This was supposed to be Tim Sherwood’s big night; the first time that he had managed in the professional game and, also, the first steps towards redemption for Emmanuel Adebayor. Adebayor had become almost Tottenham Hotspur’s forgotten man, although the chairman, Daniel Levy, remained well aware of the monthly direct debit that entered the striker’s bank account. It was one of the …

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Tim Sherwood ready for fiery Tottenham baptism against West Ham | David Hytner

Interim Spurs manager has plenty on his plate as his team prepare for the Capital One Cup quarter-final against West Ham For Tim Sherwood, it is the fieriest of baptisms. The 44-year-old former England midfielder and Premier League-winning captain has never managed a professional team. Now he takes charge of Tottenham Hotspur, one of England’s top five clubs over the past four seasons, in a grudge Capital One Cup quarter-final…

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Saturday Sundae: Wenger’s dodgy arithmetic; West Ham’s blank look

Manchester City defeat doesn’t add up for Arsène Wenger, while it all comes to naught again for West Ham QUOTE OF THE DAY “Man City caused us no more problems than Everton or Southampton” – Arsène Wenger , on how City got lucky . Six times. MAN OF THE DAY Per Mertesacker . On the wrong end of a textbook humbling, but kept his magisterial image intact – giving Mesut Özil a telling off…

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Liverpool’s Brendan Rodgers salutes Raheem Sterling and Joe Allen

• Manager stresses impact of players other than Luis Suárez • ‘I love seeing gifted players work hard in a system’ Liverpool, more than most, are aware that the men who top the bill have a tendency to overshadow the supporting cast. The class of 2009, their finest side in the Premier League era, were unfairly dismissed in some quarters as a “two-man team”, with the focus on Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres so pronounced that players of the calibre …

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Fulham’s Martin Jol admits he could be sacked after West Ham defeat

• After six straight defeats, Jol says: ‘It’s not in my hands’ • Fulham manager is 1-8 to be next Premier League dismissal Asked if he thinks he will still be Fulham’s manager when they play Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night Martin Jol simply shrugged. “It’s not in my hands,” Jol said, after Fulham had failed to register a single shot on target in the course of a horribly meek 3-0 defeat by West Ham United at …

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Sam Allardyce urges his West Ham strugglers to show true spirit

• ‘They can’t fragment and think it’s all about them’ • Andy Carroll expected to resume training next week Sam Allardyce has told his West Ham players that they must stick together for the start of what he believes is a defining period for his side. West Ham have slipped down the table and the manager feels that team spirit will be vital as they look to pull themselves away from danger. West Ham have been boosted by the news that …

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Chelsea pile pressure on West Ham manager Sam Allardyce after easy win

• Consistent Mikel earns praise from Mourinho • Home crowd showed their disapproval at the end Chelsea are attempting to be progressive this term but all this felt like a welcome throwback. West Ham United were stifled and overcome with all the efficiency of old, the visitors delivering that enticing blend of strength and subtlety to dominate from the outset with a ruthlessness to secure comfortable victory. “Without the ball we worked hard, with it we were very sharp,” said Frank …

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West Ham United 0-3 Chelsea | Premier League match report

For José Mourinho and Chelsea, there was beauty in this East End stroll. Needing a victory after the loss at Newcastle and the fortunate home draw against West Bromwich Albion, they found opponents only too happy to oblige. West Ham were a shambles in the first-half. The manager, Sam Allardyce, persisted with his 4-6-0 formation and he watched his team offer nothing and, seemingly, look to do nothing more than cling on. So bad were his tactics and his team …

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Sloppy West Ham leave Sam Allardyce needing the lifeline at Norwich

The catch was a simple one but West Ham United’s goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen dropped it and so Chris Hughton is still Norwich City manager. That is speculation, of course, but sometimes life really is that simple and it is certainly not far-fetched to suggest West Ham’s clumsy generosity on Saturday evening helped to keep Hughton in his job. In the first half the Canaries were abject, their confidence apparently in pieces as strikerless West Ham passed the …

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West Ham’s Sam Allardyce rues goal drought after Aston Villa stalemate

• West Ham still struggling to score without Andy Carroll • Aston Villa’s defensive resilience earns point Sam Allardyce spent his Friday evening in the front row at the Royal Festival Hall, watching Eamonn Holmes question Sir Alex Ferguson. It was a fairly tame event – questions about David Beckham, Roy Keane or Wayne Rooney were off-limits – but Ferguson’s thoughts on the need to give managers time would have struck a chord with the West Ham United manager. “Stick by …

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 90
2 Liverpool 89
3 Chelsea 71
4 Tottenham Hotspur 68
5 Arsenal 66
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
9 Leicester City 49
10 Brighton & Hov… 48
11 Brentford 46
12 Newcastle United 46
13 Crystal Palace 45
14 Aston Villa 45
15 Southampton 40
16 Everton 39
17 Burnley 35
18 Leeds United 35
19 Watford 23
20 Norwich City 22

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