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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Ian McCourt and Toby Moses

Arsenal will need to be on Song, Swansea must not be so narrow-minded in midfield against Liverpool and time Rafael got his chance for Manchester United The injuries are starting to bite again for Arsenal. Mikel Arteta, Mathieu Debuchy , Mathieu Flamini and Abou Diaby are all long-term absentees; Aaron Ramsey has only just returned; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s hamstring went against Manchester United ; the similarly hamstrung Gabriel Paulista is …

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West Ham’s Carlton Cole accepts FA charge over Twitter row with Spurs fan

• FA independent commission will now decide striker’s punishment • Winston Reid signs new six-and-a-half-year contract at West Ham The West Ham striker Carlton Cole has accepted a Football Association charge over a Twitter exchange with a Tottenham Hotspur supporter . Cole had until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge of making a comment that “was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper and/or brings…

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Premier League webchat

Barney Ronay was online to discuss the midweek fixtures in the Premier League 1.51pm GMT Thanks for reading and commenting. Barney has signed off. In his absence, why not read this piece about Sam Allardyce’s revolutionary time at Bolton , which features various photos of Big Sam through the years, including this one: 1.32pm GMT WallyFister asks: Why are English clubs continuing to fail in Europe? Would it be beneficial to keep sacking managers? Or should the media take…

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The League Cup finals of the 1980s: from Wolves to Forest, via Norwich and Oxford

A brief guide to the 10 finals in the 1980s, featuring a goal by Andy Gray, a John Lennon cover by Roxy Music and a ‘diabolical’ performance by Jim Smith’s QPR By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog , part of the Guardian Sport Network In a tweet: Forest’s quest for three in a row ended after a calamitous Shilton/Needham mix-up let in Gray to score one of the easiest Wembley winners

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Kevin Kilbane reports West Ham fans to FA for mocking the disabled

• West Ham fans alleged to have sung offensive chant about Harry Kane • Kilbane: ‘The FA have informed me they will investigate it thoroughly’ • West Ham: zero-tolerance if fans found guilty of antisemitic singing on train The Football Association has promised a thorough investigation into allegations that West Ham United fans at White Hart Lane for Sunday’s Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur used language that was derogatory and …

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West Ham United’s Sam Allardyce says Tottenham Hotspur lucky to get draw – video

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-2 draw with his team at White Hart Lane on Sunday was thanks to Spurs’ good fortune rather than the Hammers’ deficiencies. Allardyce labels Danny Rose’s goal in the 81st minute a mishit and Harry Kane’s goal a rebound. Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino says his team showed character in the last 20 minutes of the Premier League match Continue reading…

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Nabil Bentaleb hits back at Sam Allardyce over Tottenham’s penalty

• Bentaleb: of course it was penalty – there’s no doubt about that • Spurs midfielder believes Noble was lucky to avoid red card • Match report: Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 West Ham • Allardyce: Tottenham were lucky to get draw against West Ham • West Ham: zero-tolerance if fans found guilty of singing antisemitic song Nabil Bentaleb has rubbished claims from the West Ham manager, Sam Allardyce, that Tottenham players go to ground too …

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Kick it Out contact police over alleged West Ham fans singing antisemitic song on train

• Video posted on Twitter of supporters on way to White Hart Lane • Kick It Out liaising with British Transport Police Anti-discrimination group Kick It Out has contacted police after video footage surfaced of a group of apparent West Ham fans chanting an anti-Semitic song on the London Underground en route to the 2-2 draw with Tottenham. The video appeared on social media and showed a group of …

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Sam Allardyce says Tottenham were lucky to get draw against West Ham

• Allardyce: It was more luck than talent that got Spurs a point • On late penalty, ‘Song should have known better’ • Match report: Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 West Ham Sam Allardyce labelled Tottenham Hotspur as “lucky” after they staged a dramatic late fight-back to draw 2-2 with his West Ham United team at White Hart Lane. The West Ham manager described Danny Rose’s 81st-minute goal which made the scoreline 2-1 as a “complete mis-kick” while he lamented how Harry Kane’s last…

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Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 West Ham | Premier League match report

Only Alex Song knew what he was thinking about and, as he lay on his back, staring up at the heavens from his own penalty area, the West Ham United midfielder had a moment to ask himself the question. Harry Kane did not look to be in an overly threatening position because Aaron Cresswell, the West Ham full-back, was in a covering position but Song felt the red mist…

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Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham: Premier League – live! | Nick Ames

Latest updates from White Hart Lane as West Ham face Spurs Email nick.ames.casual@theguardian.com | Tweet: @NickAmes82 Keep up with all today’s matches around Europe – live! 12.37pm GMT 38 min: The corner is worked back to Downing, whose cross is headed onto the path of the onrushing Noble at an angle on the left. He makes good purchase on his volley but it’s blocked for another flag kick. From that, Lamela heads away. 12.36pm GMT 37 min: Cresswell goes long …

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West Ham’s Sam Allardyce needs result against Tottenham after poor run

Speculation over the manager’s future at Upton Park is rife despite his side being on course for their best league finish since 1999 • Sam Allardyce relaxed about contract speculation • Andy Carroll set to miss rest of season with knee injury If West Ham United win at White Hart Lane at lunchtime on Sunday – and they won there 3-0 last season – Sam Allardyce’s side would be two points behind Tottenham Hotspur, sitting in a very respectable eighth place. …

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Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United: match preview

Tottenham Hotspur have begun their Europa League knockout campaign and so will have the difficult task of managing Thursday night matches. This as an opportune moment for West Ham to head to White Hart Lane and if they are triumphant then European qualification hopes will be ignited. Most importantly for Spurs, Harry Kane returns after being rested in midweek. Graham Searles Kick-off Sunday Midday Continue reading…

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West Ham’s Sam Allardyce relaxed about contract speculation

• Allardyce happy to wait until end of season for talks • ‘It is not my desire to listen to either praise or criticism’ Sam Allardyce has said he is ignoring any speculation over his future at West Ham and is remaining calm about his contract situation. He is out of contract at the end of the season but is happy to wait until then to open talks over extending his four-year tenure at Upton…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Jacob Steinberg and Nick Miller

Sherwood might be the man for a quick fix, Swansea need to retrieve their mojo and a win over Arsenal would give substance to the Pardew revolution The cross came over. It seemed to hang in the air for an eternity. There, a chance, a brilliant opportunity to break a goalless cycle that had become crippling. The FA Cup was both an opportunity for Aston Villa to inject some life into a stagnant campaign and to achieve …

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Win (home) tickets to Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham in the Premier League

Answer a simple question and you could be off to White Hart Lane to watch live Barclays Premier League football Continue reading…

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Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino happy for Emmanuel Adebayor to stay

• Togo striker’s move to West Ham was blocked by Spurs • Pochettino confident Hugo Lloris will stay next season Mauricio Pochettino is confident Emmanuel Adebayor will give 100% for Tottenham, despite seeing a deadline day move to West Ham fall through. The 30-year-old’s topsy-turvy, three-and-a-half year stay with the north London club looked as if it could be coming to an end this week.

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Emmanuel Adebayor says he is focused on Tottenham despite West Ham blow

• Striker frustrated that Daniel Levy blocked move to Upton Park • I’m very happy to stay at the club and do my job, Adebayor adds Emmanuel Adebayor has spoken of his frustration at how Daniel Levy blocked his proposed January loan move to West Ham United but he insisted that he is now ready to focus on helping Tottenham Hotspur. The Togolese striker has endured a difficult season, in …

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Emmanuel Adebayor has loan move to West Ham vetoed by Daniel Levy

• Tottenham chairman says ‘no’ to striker’s late deal • Forward turned down offers from QPR and Crystal Palace • Michael Cox: the 10 best January transfers worldwide Emmanuel Adebayor was prevented from joining West Ham on loan on deadline day after the move was apparently vetoed by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy. Spurs were willing to allow the striker to join either Crystal Palace or QPR on Monday, while paying part of his £100,000-a-week salary. Don’t go …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Paul Doyle

Liverpool have questions to answer in defence, Chelsea have selection issues against Manchester City and could Villa trouble Arsenal? Unless Thergothon , the pioneers of Finnish funeral metal, are about to head out on a resurrection tour, you’ll be hard pressed to find a gloomier band of brooders in England this weekend than the fans of the team who fail to win Saturday’s early kick-off. Hull City are in the grip of an ominous despondency, with the regime unpopular, the…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend action

Both Man City and Swansea are missing Wilfried Bony, Charlie Austin needs help at QPR and Jermain Defoe gives Sunderland hope The Dozen: our pick of the weekend’s best Premier League photos With Manchester City failing to score at home for the first time since August during the 2-0 defeat by Arsenal , the signing of Wilfried Bony begins to look even more to the point. The frustration for Manuel Pellegrini must be that while Bony is perhaps…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend action | Guardian writers

Louis van Gaal struggles for fluidity, Muhamed Besic gives Everton hope, Alan Pardew praises fans and Leicester’s patience with Nigel Pearson is rewarded “The struggle for fluidity” may sound like a PhD thesis but is actually the quality that continues to elude Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United, as was again illustrated in the disjointed fashion they went down 1-0 to Southampton on Sunday. For this 21st outing of each team’s Premier …

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The Dozen: Sunday’s best Premier League photos

We round up our favourite pictures from the latest round of matches in the English top flight Continue reading…

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Premier League latest: all Sunday 28 December’s team news

West Ham’s Alex Song is expected to return against former club Arsenal while Vincent Kompany may be available for Manchester City after injury Hugo Lloris is fit to start for Spurs despite being left bloodied in their win over Leicester. The keeper was caught in the face by Jamie Vardy at the end of the 2-1 Boxing Day win but is available to face United. Ryan Mason could return to the starting line-up following an …

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Football transfer rumours: Tottenham to sign Fabian Delph?

Today’s Mill is skimpier than QPR’s defence on a cold night on Merseyside It is almost Christmas and West Ham are sticking their hand deep into their stocking. Down at the bottom is always the best bit: the tangerine. But lo, what else is there? Yes, it is Alex Song saying West Ham are the club of his dreams and he wants to stay there. Sam Allardyce can do no wrong these days, it seems, and he …

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Football transfer rumours: Dani Alves to Manchester United?

There is a bag of swag to be spent at Old Trafford … Louis van Gaal wants to spend another £150m … £200m … £300m … you get the idea, to complete the “Gaal-actico” revolution. He wants a centre-back, right-back and winger. Mats Hummels is the real deal. He is also in a Borussia Dortmund team currently propping up the Bundesliga, although injury ruled him out of the start of the…

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