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West Ham handed £50,000 FA fine after seeing red during Liverpool win

• Club warned over future conduct following Anfield reaction • Mark Noble was sent off but later had dismissal rescinded West Ham have been fined £50,000 and warned over their future conduct following the behaviour of their players after the midfielder Mark Noble’s dismissal at Liverpool last month. Noble, who scored the second goal in his side’s 3-0 Premier League victory at Anfield last month, was sent off in the 78th minute when the referee Kevin Friend judged …

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Premier League clubs are making progress over prayer rooms for fans

Premier League and Football Association are keen to reassure all fans they are welcome despite unsavoury incidents at Liverpool and West Ham The global success of the Premier League continues unabated. Billions of pounds from television and commercial rights deals have ensured its clubs continue to enjoy huge financial rewards. Much of that money will be earmarked for players’ salaries, with a significant amount spent on stadium facilities, ensuring the needs of the lifeblood of the…

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How Dinamo Tbilisi enthralled British football fans in the midst of the Cold War

By schooling Liverpool and West Ham in the art of fast, passing, composed football, the Dinamo Tbilisi side of the 1970s and 1980s captured the hearts of young British fans who were unaccustomed to watching such expressive play By Craig McCracken for Beyond The Last Man , of the Guardian Sport Network In the decades before blanket television coverage of European football became the norm, little was known about clubs from…

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Premier League transfer window review: how did they all do? | Guardian writers

Manchester City looked the big winners as Manchester United’s dealings faded into confusion and Chelsea were frustrated by not landing John Stones Arsène Wenger’s belief in his players is total and he was only ever going to make important signings if he felt they were an upgrade on what he already had. Petr Cech fitted the bill in goal but, in what the Arsenal manager felt was a bizarre market, nobody else who

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Liverpool’s Dejan Lovren holds hands up for mistake against West Ham

• Lovren: ‘After the second goal I wanted to go under the table’ • Defender wants response in next match against Manchester United The Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren is disappointed with his error that lead to West Ham United’s second goal on Saturday and has vowed to come back stronger from the 3-0 defeat . Related: West Ham’s win over Liverpool not down to Dejan Lovren, says Slaven Bilic Continue reading…

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West Ham’s win over Liverpool not down to Dejan Lovren, says Slaven Bilic

• Hammers manager says Croatia defender not to blame at Anfield • ‘It was a mistake but a lot of Liverpool players made mistakes’ West Ham United defended everything en route to a first win at Anfield for 52 years so it was fitting that their manager stepped in where few dared to tread afterwards and offered qualified backing for Dejan Lovren. “If you are telling me Liverpool lost because of Dejan Lovren then no, no, no, …

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MATCH REVIEW: Liverpool v West Ham

Liverpool Vs West Ham United match review Liverpool 0-3 West Ham United Saturday’s 3pm kick off was the hammers fourth game of the new season, and couldn’t have been a more trickier place to come after not winning at Anfield for over 50 years. West Ham have had a mixed start to the season with an outstanding win away to arsenal, which was then followed up by back to back home defeats to Leicester City…

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West Ham humiliate Liverpool, and social media absolutely loved it

So yesterday did actually happen? For most of us, that’s the first time we’ve seen West Ham win at Anfield in our

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Liverpool’s wheels come off as West Ham end over 50 years of Anfield pain

The Beatles were at No1 with ’She Loves You’ when West Ham United last won at Liverpool courtesy of goals from a then un-knighted Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters. Fourty-two times since that 2-1 win in September 1963 their supporters have traipsed back to east London without any tangible reward. No longer. Fifty-two years on, reward came wrapped in an emphatic victory for Slaven Bilic’s side. Continue reading…

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Liverpool 0-3 West Ham: Coutinho sent off in shock defeat

The Hammers cruised to victory following the dismissal of the Brazilian playmaker, but saw captain Mark Noble also sent off in the second half

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Team News: West Ham’s possible starting XI v. Liverpool

So we never win at Anfield, we’ve been rubbish over the last two weeks and we’ve only got one fit striker in

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Can West Ham finally end this 42-game run at Liverpool?

Let’s not beat around the bush – the chances of us winning today are extremely slim. We haven’t won there in 42

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Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool’s hunger has returned – video

Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, looks ahead to his team’s match against West Ham at Anfield. Rodgers says his players have returned to the Premier League with renewed drive following a disappointing last season. He also comments on Daniel Sturridge’s fitness, praises the Hammers and comments on Mario Balotelli’s loan to Milan Continue reading…

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Markovic has Liverpool future – Rodgers

The Red’s boss suggested that the winger is still in his plans and hinted that Daniel Sturridge may be edging closer to a return

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Liverpool – West Ham Preview: History counts for nothing, says Bilic

The Hammers have not defeated the Reds at Anfield since 1963 but the former Croatia manager insists that his side will not be overawed by the occasion this weekend

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Rodgers: West Ham represent tougher opposition than Arsenal

The Liverpool boss insists that Slaven Bilic’s men will present a stern test at Anfield despite failing to record a victory in their last 42 league visits, losing 31 times

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Michael Butler and Barry Glendenning

Can Petr Cech make amends, will Watford’s bench hold the key to success and is West Ham United’s schoolboy midfielder, Reece Oxford, set to shine again? Related: Louis van Gaal: David de Gea does not want to play for Manchester United Related: Football Weekly Extra: Manchester City rush out of the blocks before Chelsea showdown Continue reading…

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Premier League ins and outs: all the summer transfers so far

Petr Cech to Arsenal, Raheem Sterling to Manchester City, Bastian Schweinsteiger to Manchester United … the movers hoping to become shakers * denotes loan deal Continue reading…

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Football transfer rumours: Manchester City to sign Kevin De Bruyne?

Today’s tittle-tattle has still never been offered a free coffee in Pret A Manger The problem with spending £49m on a player who has yet to achieve very much is that the rest of the world’s clubs tend to notice. And so, if you’re a club such as Manchester City and have recently bagged Raheem Sterling for that kind of fee, then Wolfsburg aren’t going to flog you Kevin De Bruyne for less then £50m. …

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Liverpool’s Jeffrey Humble playing fields show benefits of grassroots game

The new £750,000 facility in Liverpool hosted the 2015 Premier League Kicks Cup, part of a project across England and Wales that offers free opportunities in football which are helping to reduce incidents of crime and antisocial behaviour When the antiquated changing rooms at Jeffrey Humble playing fields in Liverpool were burned out in 2012 it was, according to Barry Kushner, “the low point for an area that had been suffering for 10 years”. Three years on a…

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Premier League facing record low referee shortage

Just one match official has been recruited ahead of next season, despite Chris Foy’s retirement, leaving a total of 17 to call upon including big injury doubt Phil Dowd

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Premier League: where the clubs need to strengthen

Managers must now decide their transfer targets for next season and move quickly to sign them. Here is our team-by-team assessment: The three most obvious positions where Arsenal require an upgrade are goalkeeper, centre-forward and defensive midfielder. In goal, Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina have had too many jittery and unreliable moments. Up top, on days when Olivier Giroud has strained to make an impression, the need for an…

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The Dozen: the best photos from the last day of the Premier League season

We round up our favourite pictures from Sunday’s matches in the English top flight, the final matches of the 2014/15 season Continue reading…

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Football: 10 talking points from this weekend’s action

Brendan Rodgers’ tinkering is harming Liverpool, Manchester United may have bigger problems than David de Gea leaving and clubs queue up for Danny Ings In Manchester United’s 1-1 draw in the final home match of the season on Sunday Old Trafford might have bade farewell to David de Gea, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao as each player’s future at the club is unclear. While De Gea seems more and more certain to depart for Real…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League & FA Cup photos

We round up our favourite pictures from Saturday’s and Sunday’s matches in the English top flight and FA Cup semi-finals. Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Michael Butler and Nick Miller

Only Chelsea can stop Chelsea, Manchester City dropping points at Crystal Palace would not be a shock, and what reception will Raheem Sterling get at Arsenal? West Brom and QPR lost their managers around a month apart, with the surreal Alan Irvine experiment being cut short just after Christmas, and Harry Redknapp’s seemingly inevitable resignation following an unsuccessful January transfer window. Obviously the circumstances were slightly different and Rangers were in a much more …

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 90
2 Liverpool 86
3 Chelsea 70
4 Tottenham Hotspur 68
5 Arsenal 66
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
9 Leicester City 48
10 Brighton & Hov… 48
11 Brentford 46
12 Newcastle United 46
13 Crystal Palace 45
14 Aston Villa 44
15 Southampton 40
16 Everton 36
17 Leeds United 35
18 Burnley 34
19 Watford 23
20 Norwich City 22

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