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West Ham United 0-2 Manchester United | Premier League match report

Maybe Wayne Rooney will turn out to be Manchester United’s Captain Marvel after all. Not many people expected that to be the case last summer, when he seemed certain to join Chelsea, but anything is possible when Rooney is in this form, even goals from 57 yards out. If he ever scores a better goal than his first in United’s slick 2-0 win over West Ham United, we may have to stop football altogether, because there would be nothing left to see. A …

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West Ham United 3-1 Southampton | Premier League match report

From jaded January to fabulous February, West Ham’s season has come full circle. This, their fourth victory in succession, was a win straight from the Sam Allardyce textbook – ruthless, efficient and, at times, unlikely – a further tonic to aid the Hammers’ renaissance and consign the doom around the club last month to a mere lingering memory. Goals from Matt Jarvis, Carlton Cole and Kevin Nolan cancelled out an early effort from Maya …

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Ravel Morrison’s unravelling at West Ham United is a tremendous waste | Daniel Taylor

Midfielder who gloriously waltzed through Tottenham Hotspur’s defence is cut loose by club and heading to QPR There is a clip of Ravel Morrison , from an England Under-21s training session, when a corner comes in from the right and no matter how many times you watch it, even in slow motion, it is still almost implausible how he creates that lovely sound of ball against net. It is as if heading the ball, or going for …

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Aston Villa 0-2 West Ham | Premier League match report

After the famine, the feast. This had been a strangely barren season for Kevin Nolan, an ignominious campaign in which he had had as many red cards as goals, but it has been transformed in the space of eight days. February has already yielded successive braces for West Ham’s captain. Once again, he is gorging himself on goals. Once again, he is winning them matches, rather than handing opponents an advantage. Nolan’s patron merits some…

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