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West Ham v Crystal Palace, Barcelona v Las Palmas and more: clockwatch – live!

Updates from Satuday’s games across the Premier League and beyond Live scores | All of the latest tables Email your thoughts to Niall or tweet @niallmcveigh 2.37pm GMT Charlton v Millwall , usually a lively South London derby, is likely to be overshadowed by off-field matters. Elsewhere, League One’s top four all face sides from the bottom half today. Leaders Sheffield United visit Walsall, Scunthorpe go to managerless Northampton, Bolton…

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Dimitri Payet will not be sold by West Ham in January, says David Sullivan

• Co-chairman insists Payet will not leave West Ham this month • ‘We will not sell Dimitri in the January transfer window’ says Sullivan The West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan has vowed not to let wantaway forward Dimitri Payet leave this month. The France international this week told manager Slaven Bilic that he wishes to leave the club and has refused to play against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon. The 29-year-old, who signed a bumper £125,000-…

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Football transfer rumours: Dimitri Payet to Marseille or Chelsea?

Today’s fluff sat on the roof and kicked up the moss Dimitri Payet is either unavailable or up for sale, depending on which paper you read. Slaven Bilic insists, “We’re not going to sell him, not whatsoever,” but the Mirror says “it could take £30m to persuade the Hammers to sell” their wantaway forward, while the Times seems pretty sure they would let him go for a figure between £35m and £40m, well over …

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Dimitri Payet has had his head turned at worst possible moment for West Ham | Amy Lawrence

West Ham’s Dimitri Payet does not want to play for the club again but these disputes often end up in an awkward truce, briefly convenient for both sides Dimitri Payet may never have heard of Pierre van Hooijdonk but during the spare time he may find he has on his hands in self-imposed exile from West Ham United , he could look up one of the first Premier League players to go on strike and see how that panned out. Van…

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Wantaway Dimitri Payet will not be sold by West Ham, insists Bilic – video

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic says the club will not be selling Dimitri Payet, despite speaking publicly about the player’s desire to leave. Speaking at a news conference in London on Thursday, Bilic reveals that Payet has ‘refused to play’ for West Ham as he wants to leave in the transfer window and goes on to suggest that the forward may have been ‘tapped up by some clubs’ Dimitri Payet wants to…

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Dimitri Payet wants to leave West Ham United, says ‘angry’ Slaven Bilic

• Payet has refused to train and will not play against Crystal Palace • Bilic: ‘Payet does not want to play for us. He wants to leave’ Slaven Bilic, the West Ham manager, says he feels “angry” and “let down” by Dimitri Payet after revealing his star player has expressed his desire to leave the Premier League club. At his pre-match press conference on Thursday, Bilic also said Payet is not training with the club and …

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West Ham’s Jonathan Calleri wanted by Fiorentina, Sampdoria and Las Palmas

• Argentinian striker has failed to settle following loan move • Galatasaray and Brazilian side Grêmio also interested in Calleri Jonathan Calleri is likely to leave West Ham United this month in search of first‑team football, with Fiorentina, Sampdoria and the Spanish side Las Palmas among the clubs interested in signing him. The 23-year-old striker, who played for Argentina in the 2016 Olympic Games, moved to West Ham on a season-long loan from the Uruguayan club Deportivo Maldonado last summer with …

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Brentford turn down £12.5m from West Ham United for striker Scott Hogan

• Premier League side may have to match £15m valuation • Hammers manager Slaven Bilic could lose Simone Zaza Brentford are determined not to sell Scott Hogan for less than their £15m valuation after rejecting West Ham’s latest offer worth up to £12.5m for the striker. Slaven Bilic is desperate to add to his attacking options with Italy forward Simone Zaza likely to leave the club this month…

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Manchester City 5-0 win over West Ham satisfies Pep Guardiola – video

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola reflects on their 5-0 FA Cup third-round victory over West Ham United at London Stadium on Friday. Slaven Bilić says it was a ‘very bad night’ for West Ham, due to Yaya Touré’s penalty, Havard Nordtveit’s own goal and strikes from David Silva, Sergio Agüero and John Stones London Stadium helped Manchester City beat West Ham, says Pep Guardiola Continue reading…

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London Stadium helped Manchester City beat West Ham, says Pep Guardiola

• City manager claims his team felt they had more time at ‘bigger’ venue • ‘It was a bad night for us’ says Slaven Bilic after FA Cup third round loss Pep Guardiola said that Manchester City had enjoyed the feeling of time and space in possession thanks to the showpiece venue that is the London Stadium, as they strolled to a 5-0 FA Cup third-round victory over West Ham United. David Silva pulled the strings…

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Pep Guardiola sitting pretty as Slaven Bilic looks for a place to hide | Simon Burnton

Individual errors at vital moments left West Ham on the wrong end of a 5-0 scoreline against Manchester City and Slaven Bilic looking for a hole to climb into Nowhere in English football does the manager appear more isolated than at the London Stadium. This match had a television audience of millions, a stadium attendance of tens of thousands, a matchday staff in the hundreds, a few dozen players, coaches and physios and beyond them all, standing …

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Manchester City cruise past West Ham thanks to David Silva masterclass

It was cold, wet and horrible – the kind of night to make a continental manager pine for those winter breaks. There have been plenty of pictures doing the rounds in recent days of European players reclining on beach loungers in expensive-looking locations. Pep Guardiola’s pleasure was a first taste of the football’s oldest competition. It all turned out rather nicely. The spotlight had burned intensely on the Manchester City manager, a result of a few sketchy results in …

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West Ham 0-5 Manchester City: FA Cup third round – as it happened

City produce an excellent away performance to thrash West Ham and book their spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup 9.47pm GMT That was an excellent performance from Manchester City, and a dreadful home one from West Ham . City played with verve and skill for 90 minutes, and fully deserved their margin of victory, but West Ham were dismal. They gave City time and space, and just failed to muster anything in attack. Maybe it would have been different …

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Crystal Palace ready to rival West Ham for Hull’s Robert Snodgrass

• West Ham’s £3m offer for Scotland international was rejected on Friday • Palace also interested in Robbie Brady, James Collins and Jérôme Roussillon Crystal Palace are ready to rival West Ham United’s attempts to sign the Hull City winger Robert Snodgrass, with the Scotland international expected to cost up to £9m despite having just 18 months remaining on his contract. West Ham saw a £3m bid for the…

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Football transfer rumours: Moussa Dembélé and Patrice Evra to West Ham?

Today’s fluff glows white on the mountain tonight West Ham have given the world license to gossip after printing an anonymous article on their website , bylined “The Insider”, which reveals that “the board … have allocated significant funds to bolstering the squad. To that end, a bid of £20m was submitted for a player from Scotland. Meanwhile, an £8m bid was made for a player who currently plies his trade in the Championship, and a…

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Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola prefers concern to calm in fight for top four

• ‘We will take one game at a time until we arrive at last six or seven games’ • City squad rotation ruled out for FA Cup tie at West Ham United Pep Guardiola has admitted he is concerned Manchester City have a fight on their hands to remain in the top four but claims he prefers to have that worry rather than be relaxed at the top of the table. Related: Pep Guardiola insists he has ‘no plans to retire’ from…

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West Ham’s Slaven Bilic relishes FA Cup duel with shaky Manchester City

• Bilic says pressing of Pep Guardiola’s team has dented their confidence • West Ham manager goes into Friday’s Cup tie with ‘big ambitions’ Opponents have worked out how to play against Manchester City and Pep Guardiola’s side are “not that confident any more” said Slaven Bilic, whose West Ham United side play them in the FA Cup at the London Stadium on Friday night. Related: West Ham’s Slaven Bilic still in hunt for Jermain Defoe despite rejected …

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West Ham’s Slaven Bilic still in hunt for Jermain Defoe despite rejected bid

• ‘Last season he was probably the main reason Sunderland stayed up’ • West Ham also expected to table £9m bid for Brentford’s Scott Hogan Slaven Bilic remains in the hunt for Jermain Defoe after West Ham United had an opening offer for their former player rejected by Sunderland . Bilic once again sang the praises of the 11-goal striker who started his career at West Ham, though the manager refused to comment…

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The Dozen: the best photos from the final batch of festive Premier League fixtures

Your roundup of the best photography from the final batch of festive fixtures in the top flight Continue reading…

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Sunderland reject £6m bid for Jermain Defoe from West Ham United

• West Ham come back after first bid of £5m is rejected • Striker has scored 11 goals in 21 games this season Sunderland have turned down a £6m bid for Jermain Defoe from West Ham United and have reiterated that they have no intention of selling their leading scorer. It is the second offer from West Ham that Sunderland have received since the transfer window opened – the opening salvo was £5m – and West…

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West Ham’s Sofiane Feghouli has red card against Manchester United rescinded

• FA clears midfielder to play in FA Cup against Manchester City on Friday • Manchester City’s Fernandinho banned for four games after appeal fails West Ham’s midfielder Sofiane Feghouli has had his red card against Manchester United rescinded by the Football Association but Manchester City’s Fernandinho must serve a four-game ban after failing with an appeal against his sending-off in the win over Burnley . Feghouli was dismissed by Mike Dean following a collision …

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The Premier League’s likely winners and losers from 2017 Africa Cup of Nations | Paul Doyle

Liverpool, Manchester United, Sunderland, Leicester and others may be hit by loss of players to tournament as clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester City capitalise Now is the time for top clubs to prove that to be forewarned really is to be forearmed. Everyone knew that the Africa Cup of Nations was on the agenda for early 2017 and now, with 23 Premier League players among those heading off to Gabon to compete for their countries in what their employers view as …

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Football transfer rumours: Chelsea keen on West Ham’s Michail Antonio?

Today’s fluff has got a fist of pure emotion It has already been a good year for Chelsea . The opening days of 2017 have seen both Arsenal and Liverpool unexpectedly drop points in away games they might have expected to win comfortably, leaving the Blues basking in the luxury of both a game in hand and a five-point lead at the table’s summit. All of this has given Antonio Conte a little…

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Mike Dean to referee Tottenham v Aston Villa tie despite red card furore

• Referee to take charge of Cup match after Sofiane Feghouli controversy • West Ham have appealed against red card for challenge on Phil Jones Mike Dean will take charge of the FA Cup tie between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa on Sunday, despite the condemnation that has followed his decision to send off West Ham United’s Sofiane Feghouli for a challenge on Manchester United’s Phil Jones on Monday. Related: Pep Guardiola’s winter of discontent is nothing…

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Watford offer initial £8m for Brentford striker Scott Hogan

• West Ham also interested in signing former non-league striker • Hogan has scored 14 goals from 25 Championship appearances Watford have offered an initial £8m for Brentford’s Scott Hogan, with West Ham also interested in the 24-year-old fomer non-league striker. Watford manager Walter Mazarri is keen to strengthen his forward line having seen his side score just 23 goals in 19 Premier League matches so far this season. Related: Transfer window …

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Transfer window: five players who should interest Premier League clubs

Conor Hourihane could do a job for Sunderland or Middlesbrough and Manchester City should be bidding for Virgil van Dijk and Ederson Moraes By Martin Laurence for WhoScored? , part of the Guardian Sport Network It takes any goalkeeper time to readjust to a new league but Claudio Bravo’s first few months at Manchester City have been poor enough for a number of keepers to be linked with his position. If Pep Guardiola does…

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

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