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West Ham’s Manuel Pellegrini mugged at gunpoint in Chile

• Incident took place in Santiago on Saturday night • Pellegrini and his wife escaped unhurt West Ham manager Pellegrini and his wife escaped unhurt has thanked police in Chile for their quick response after he and his wife were reportedly mugged at gunpoint. The incident occurred in the Santiago suburb of Vitacura on Saturday night as the couple headed to a restaurant for a meal. Pellegrini’s wife, Carola Pucci, is reported to have had her handbag stolen before the …

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Bouncebackability: a word coined for the play-offs that fits them perfectly

The best preparation a team can have for a play-off final is the experience of losing one the year before By Richard Foster , author of The Agony and the Ecstasy Iain Dowie coined the word bouncebackability in the 2003-04 season when describing how his Crystal Palace team had gone from the fringes of relegation in December to winning promotion through the play-offs in May. Not many managers have been responsible for adding words to the English lexicon but Dowie shared the…

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David Moyes leaves West Ham after club decide not to extend contract

• West Ham interested in Paulo Fonseca and Rafael Benítez • Club aim to appoint ‘high-calibre’ manager within 10 days David Moyes has left West Ham after the club decided against extending his contract. The former Everton and Manchester United manager was appointed to replace Slaven Bilic in November on a six-month deal and guided them to a 13th-place finish, having taken over with the team in the relegation zone. Related: Sam Allardyce sacked …

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West Ham make point and Manchester United confirm second-place finish

This was the kind of lethargic performance that José Mourinho has in mind when he warns that Manchester United will continue to exist in the shadow of their formidable neighbours next season. They are 19 points behind City and although this forgettable draw ensured that Mourinho’s side will finish second, a club of United’s might can only wince at the distance between them and Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking champions. The gap is vast and it will be a …

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Bullish David Moyes invites West Ham to show they can match his ambition

• Manager due to hold talks this month over new deal • Moyes ‘needs to see’ that club can challenge for European place David Moyes will seek assurances West Ham can match his ambition before deciding on his future and has said that he stayed with the east London club after receiving an offer from another Premier League club. The Scot is not certain to be West Ham’s manager next season despite securing their Premier League safety with …

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Arsène Wenger says ‘hurtful’ supporters played role in Arsenal departure

• Frenchman says ‘fans did not give the image of unity I wanted’ • Wenger refuses to rule out continuing in management Arsène Wenger has indicated that one of the factors behind his decision to leave Arsenal was his growing sense of unease that the supporters campaigning for his removal had created a “hurtful” atmosphere that was damaging the club’s reputation on a worldwide scale. Related: Arsenal fans ambivalent despite win as Arsène Wenger

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Arsenal v West Ham: Premier League – live!

Updates from Arsène Wenger’s first match since resignation decision Chelsea v Southampton: Premier League – live! And feel free to email Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 2.29pm BST Arsenal’s next manager? Related: Tony Adams: ‘Arsène Wenger has total dominance. The board do nothing’ 2.26pm BST “For me, Wenger is the Paul McCartney of football,” says Simon McMahon. “In the same way that the person who wrote Eleanor Rigby and Hey …

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West Ham face threat of playing behind closed doors

• Warning follows crowd trouble in Burnley game at London Stadium • Club warned that any future trouble will lead to sanction West Ham United have been warned they could face playing behind closed doors if there is a repeat of the crowd trouble that marred their 3-0 home defeat against Burnley. Related: Delusions of stadium grandeur haunt West Ham and club’s owners | Richard Williams Continue reading…

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The key fixtures in the Premier League relegation battle

The teams at the bottom have 10 games to save their season. Here are the make-or-break fixtures to look out for By Martin Laurence for WhoScored , part of the Sport Network There were some huge results in the battle against relegation last weekend, with Watford , Brighton and Huddersfield all picking up wins that have moved them much closer to securing their Premier League status for another season. Huddersfield’s 2-1 victory at West Brom leaves the Baggies seven points from …

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West Ham charged by FA over breach of anti-doping rules

• Club allegedly failed to ensure accurate whereabouts information • West Ham insist investigation not based on offence by a player West Ham United have been charged with a breach of anti-doping rules, the Football Association have announced. West Ham are alleged to have “failed to ensure its ‘club whereabouts’ information was accurate on three occasions within 12 months,” according to an FA statement. The club have until 27 February to respond. Continue

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Patrice Evra has great pedigree but Premier League return will be testing | Sachin Nakrani

The 36-year-old former France captain, who looks in fine shape and has a point to prove after his ban for kicking a fan, faces a big job to lift an ageing West Ham defence It should probably surprise no one that West Ham have signed Patrice Evra . After all, they have previous when it comes to taking a punt on a player who has been banned for lashing out on a …

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West Ham’s window ends in frustration, racism claim and no Dendoncker

• Anderlecht refuse to sell midfielder Leander Dendoncker • Tony Henry alleged to avoid African players for ‘bad attitude’ West Ham United’s deadline day ended in acrimony and frustration after their director of player recruitment was reportedly accused of racism and unlawful discrimination, and their hopes of signing a midfielder were dashed by Anderlecht refusing to sell Leander Dendoncker on Wednesday night. A report by the Daily Mail alleged Tony Henry, who was heavily involved in West Ham’s attempts to…

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Leicester v Fleetwood, West Ham v Shrewsbury and more: FA Cup replays – live!

Live updates from all the FA Cup third-round replays Follow all Tuesday’s latest scores here Feel free to email Simon | Tweet @Simon_Burnton 7.11pm GMT So PA are getting their game together, and these are the names I’ve been given – I’ll add the rest as they arrive: Leicester v Fleetwood Town Leicester: Jakupovic, Amartey, Dragovic, Benalouane, Fuchs, Mahrez, Iborra, Adrien Silva, Gray, Iheanacho, Slimani. Subs: Vardy, Albrighton, Hamer, Maguire, Okazaki, Ndidi, Barnes. Fleetwood Town: Neal, Jones, Bolger, …

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Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 West Ham United: Premier League – as it happened

Spurs and West Ham trade spectacular goals at Wembley. 10.11pm GMT Related: Spurs’ Son Heung-min matches Pedro Obiang’s strike in draw with West Ham 9.51pm GMT Some slapstick nonsense in the West Ham area as Spurs take turns to have a shy at goal. Some pinball. It could go anywhere! But the Hammers hack clear, and that’s it! The visitors earn a deserved point: what a defensive performance, and what a goal…

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How did West Brom go from midtable to a run of 20 games without a win?

Only Derby County’s disastrous 2007-08 team – who won once all season – have gone for longer without tasting victory By Martin Laurence for WhoScored? , part of the Guardian Sport Network The significance of the game between Premier League strugglers West Ham and West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night was not lost on the fans or managers of either side. With both teams in the bottom three and separated by just …

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Jake Livemore spat with West Ham fan spoils Andy Carroll’s late show

Amid the euphoria of a vital victory for West Ham in their fight against relegation, the mood was spoiled by Jake Livermore having to be led down the tunnel after the West Bromwich Albion midfielder became involved in a confrontation with a spectator during the second half at the London Stadium. A suggestion that something had been said to Livermore by a West Ham fan sitting behind the dugouts could not be verified on Tuesday night. John Carver, West Brom’s assistant…

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Danny Welbeck prods home to take Arsenal past West Ham into last four

Arsenal have bigger fish to fry and the evidence was provided by Arsène Wenger’s decision to give the night off to every member of his starting line-up from Saturday’s Premier League win over Newcastle United. The visit of Liverpool on Friday looms large. But after the whistle had gone on this Carabao Cup quarter-final, the manager wanted to progress just as much as his second-stringers needed to impress. He got his wish. It was hardly a …

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Mark Hughes defiant as fans vent fury at Stoke’s loss to West Ham

• Miserable 3-0 home defeat is Stoke’s fifth loss in six games • ‘I don’t want to be in a relegation battle; we need to do something about it’ An under-fire Mark Hughes insisted he is the man to turn Stoke City’s fortunes around after a chastening 3-0 home defeat by West Ham, their fifth loss in six games, plunged them deeper into a relegation battle. Hughes was turned on by large sections of the crowd …

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West Ham’s Marko Arnautovic sinks Chelsea to delight of David Moyes

It might not be the most popular view but a performance like this suggests that, for West Ham United, David Moyes is the right man at exactly the right time. Three points against a Chelsea side in such convincing form were as invaluable as they were unexpected; most encouraging of all is that the victory was thoroughly deserved, West Ham scoring early through Marko Arnautovic and then taking their lack of possession on the chin, only…

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David Sullivan: ‘I feel I haven’t done well enough. Nobody’s done well enough’

West Ham’s co-owner discusses regrets over Slaven Bilic, why it may be time to stop allowing the manager to choose all the main transfer targets and how his sons could take over from him “I feel like I haven’t done well enough,” David Sullivan says as he considers how swiftly and brutally West Ham United’s grand ambitions have unravelled after 18 troubled months in their huge new stadium. “Nobody’s done well enough. I work my…

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David Moyes and West Ham must bring back bandit raids on big boys | Paul Wilson

The recently appointed Hammers boss won’t have to play Manchester City every week, but he will have to start somewhere December was the month that found Manchester City out last year and, though history does not look like repeating itself with Pep Guardiola’s side on the verge of equalling a Premier League record for consecutive wins within a season, the runaway league leaders need to be wary of a seven-game month that includes a derby…

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Forget Premier League’s alleged dinosaurs, it’s open and progressive | Sachin Nakrani

The appointments of Allardyce, Pardew, Moyes et al have caught flak but foreign managers from Pep Guardiola to Marco Silva are shining and likewise Englishmen such as Sean Dyche and Eddie Howe It is a little more than a month since Sam Allardyce appeared alongside Richard Keys and Andy Gray in their TV studio in Doha and moaned, without a hint of irony, about foreigners taking all the plum jobs. Well, more or less. What Allardyce …

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Wayne Rooney admits Everton wonder goal ‘might be my best ever’

• Captain scores superb goal from halfway line in 4-0 rout of West Ham • Victory moves side up to 13th place as David Unsworth departs on high note Sam Allardyce was a privileged spectator at Goodison as Wayne Rooney rolled back the years with a wonderful hat-trick. The Everton captain welcomed the manager -in-waiting watching from the stands with the first three goals in a comprehensive 4-0 victory over West Ham that lifted his …

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Sam Allardyce watches on as Wayne Rooney hat-trick seals rare Everton win

Just when it was least expected but sorely needed, Wayne Rooney popped up with his first ever hat-trick for Everton, proving that timing, like class, is probably permanent. The 32-year-old even managed to score the third of his goals from his own half with one of the cleanest first-time strikes you will ever see, which must have convinced the watching Sam Allardyce there is life in the old dog yet. Somewhat belatedly it also appears David Unsworth …

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West Ham’s David Moyes appoints Alan Irvine and Stuart Pearce as assistants

• Moyes boss brings back former assistant Irvine and ex-West Ham player Pearce • Sunderland coach Billy McKinlay set to follow “in the coming days” West Ham manager David Moyes has filled out his backroom staff by appointing Alan Irvine and Stuart Pearce as assistants, with Sunderland coach Billy McKinlay set to follow in the coming days. Moyes was confirmed as the Hammers manager last week after Slaven Bilic was sacked, despite significant adverse reaction from the…

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David Moyes and West Ham both searching for their redemption stories | Barney Ronay

The idea of unveiling David Moyes on a gloomy November afternoon wasn’t in the London Stadium brochure but both West Ham and their new manager are in need of rebuilding From the Theatre of Dreams to the Temple of Dildo. For David Moyes the last three years have been a curious kind of journey. Through the fag-end of an empire at Manchester United, to Real Sociedad and the sack, to Sunderland and relegation, Moyes has strode past the …

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Liverpool 9
2 Manchester City 7
3 Arsenal 6
4 Leicester City 5
5 Manchester United 4
6 Burnley 4
7 Tottenham Hotspur 4
8 Brighton & Hov… 4
9 Sheffield United 4
10 Crystal Palace 4
11 AFC Bournemouth 4
12 Everton 4
13 Chelsea 4
14 West Ham United 4
15 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
16 Aston Villa 3
17 Norwich City 3
18 Southampton 3
19 Newcastle United 3
20 Watford 0

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