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Premier League 2017-18 preview No20: West Ham United | Jacob Steinberg

Slaven Bilic’s side will hope for a smoother second season at the London Stadium but with a shift in transfer policy and doubts over the manager’s tactics and future it is hard to detect a clear plan at the club Guardian writers’ predicted position 10th (NB: this is not necessarily Jacob Steinberg’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position 11th Continue reading…

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Barnstorming Andy Carroll finds the form to end his England exile | Barney Ronay

Four years after he last played for his country, the West Ham forward’s swashbuckling presence makes him an irresistible choice for Gareth Southgate There was a genuine tremor of excitement this week at the news Gareth Southgate is planning to go to the London Stadium on Saturday to take a first-hand look at the irresistible, intoxicating Andy Carroll. England have a double-header against Germany and Slovakia coming up in March. Carroll last played for England four years …

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‘Who would subject their kids to that kind of atmosphere?’ West Ham fans’ view of crowd trouble

Violent incidents which marred EFL Cup tie against Chelsea could have been prevented with better policing and stewarding – but are West Ham supporters being unfairly singled out? Wednesday night was my third trip to West Ham’s new stadium and it was largely a deeply unpleasant experience that transported me back to the bad old days of the late 1980s when I first started going to football on a regular basis…

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West Ham’s stadium move and ‘rebrand’ a success, insists Karren Brady

• Vice-chair: fans still key but move was ‘opportunity to change brand values’ • West Ham to release film about move from Upton Park to London Stadium West Ham’s vice-chair, Karren Brady, has defended the club’s controversial move to the London Stadium, insisting the shift from Upton Park had been a success and was a crucial part of “rebranding” the club. Speaking at a sports business conference, Brady launched a trenchant…

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West Ham investigate Andy Carroll and Darren Randolph over drinking claims

• Pictures surfaced on social media of players on Tuesday afternoon • Hammers have lost five of their six Premier League games this season West Ham are investigating claims the striker Andy Carroll and goalkeeper Darren Randolph were drunk on Tuesday afternoon following a club-sanctioned night out on Monday. There were conflicting reports on social media but the manager, Slaven Bilic, is likely to have questions for the pair. …

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Another Hammers horror show – Football Weekly

Southampton inflict West Ham’s fifth league defeat of the season. Plus, Arsenal annihilate Chelsea; Manchester United win without Wayne Rooney; and City head to Celtic in the Champions League Subscribe and review: iTunes , Soundcloud , Audioboom , Mixcloud , Acast On today’s Football Weekly , AC Jimbo is joined by Iain Macintosh , Barry Glendenning and Un’appy ’Ammer fan Jacob Steinberg to look back on a weekend of ups and downs in the Premier League. Continue reading…

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West Ham’s Allardyce ambivalent about Chelsea trip as he looks to February

• Hammers manager targets 22 points from 16 league matches • Newcastle United still eager to sign Loïc Rémy from QPR If West Ham are looking for silver linings, there is always Tuesday’s Capital One Cup semi-final against Manchester City to get excited about. Admittedly, West Ham are 6-0 down from the first leg but a cup semi-final is undoubtedly a grand occasion. Andy Carroll might get another run-out. Kevin Nolan will be …

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Mark Noble embodies the caring attitude at West Ham United

The midfielder can see the funny side of that cup debacle but is fully committed to keeping West Ham in the Premier League Mark Noble is laughing, even though the conversation has turned to West Ham United’s traumatic experience against Manchester City in their Capital One Cup semi-final. Given that the wounds inflicted by City remain raw, it does not feel like a subject that is ripe for comedy at West Ham’s training ground, rather one that should be approached with caution. …

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Sam Allardyce short of bodies and excuses in battle to keep West Ham up | Jacob Steinberg

Injuries to key players and poor planning have left the manager exposed ahead of New Years’ Day six-pointer with Fulham Sam Allardyce has sent West Ham down before. When they were relegated in 2003, the side that stayed up at their expense were Bolton Wanderers. Their battle for survival went to the final day and ended with Allardyce dancing with Jay Jay Okocha on the pitch at the Reebok Stadium after the home team’s victory over Middlesbrough condemned West Ham to the Championship. …

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Football Weekly Extra: more misery for Tottenham Hotspur

James is joined by Barry Glendenning , Jacob Steinberg and Gregg Bakowski for more award-winning podcast action. Plenty for the pod to get stuck into, including: West Ham’s defeat of Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup, Sunderland’s super fit team beating Chelsea in extra-time, and a preview of the big one between Arsenal and Chelsea. James Horncastle is on the phone to preview the Milan derby and run the rule over the new Watford manager. Giuseppe Sannino. Plus, there’s the pod’s favourite…

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