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Huddersfield Town v West Ham United: match preview

Huddersfield have not won in the league since their impressive 4-1 victory at Watford on 16 December but their manager, David Wagner, has acted quickly to address any danger of a slump in form by freshening up his squad with the signings of Terence Kongolo and Alex Pritchard. Both are expected to make their debuts against a West Ham side who have fitness doubts over several key players. Rich Flower Kick-off Saturday 3pm Continue reading…

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West Ham give indefinite ban to fan who taunted Jake Livermore over son’s death

• West Brom player went into crowd after hearing comment by supporter • ‘Inciting or abusive behaviour will not be tolerated,’ say West Ham West Ham have issued an indefinite ban to the supporter who abused the West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore at the London Stadium. Livermore climbed into the stands to confront a fan who was sitting alongside the away team’s dugout, after being substituted in the second half of West Brom’s 2-1 defeat on 2 January. Related…

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My 50 years of football reporting, from Hurst and Moore to VAR via Le Tissier | Jeremy Alexander

After half a century covering the game in all its guises, with escalating wages and silly celebrations, it is League Two that provides the perfect swan song Leicester City 5, West Ham United 4: it was quite a match to kick off half a century on the highways and byways of football, writing more as a neutral fan than hard-nosed reporter. The ground was Filbert Street, the date 27 August 1966, four weeks after England won …

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Jake Livermore: no FA action over altercation with West Ham fan

• West Brom player waded into crowd after remark about his son who died • FA tells Livermore not to repeat his actions, with safety in mind Jake Livermore will not face action from the Football Association after a remark directed towards him in relation to his baby son who died in 2014 prompted him to wade into the crowd at the London Stadium and become involved in an altercation with a West Ham United fan. Related: …

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best FA Cup photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from Saturday and Sunday’s FA Cup third round matches Continue reading…

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Shrewsbury take insipid West Ham to replay on Joe Hart’s return

West Ham United will not relish a replay against Shrewsbury Town, and not only because of the imposition on their schedule. The League One team proved pesky opponents for their Premier League visitors, who never looked superior to Paul Hurst’s team. Joe Hart had hoped to make a triumphant return to the town of his birth but a clean sheet was the extent of his success. It was an uncomfortable outing all-round for David Moyes’ men…

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Shrewsbury Town v West Ham United: FA Cup third round – live!

Updates from the 2pm GMT kick-off at Greenhous Meadow Happy-go-lucky Shrews will test Moyes’s grim realism Email Nick or tweet @NickAmes82 with your thoughts 9.34am GMT Hello. Think of Shrewsbury and you think of lower-league strugglers, coracles, peat bog pitches at Gay Meadow, dim floodlights and dramatic late Nigel Jemson winners against Everton. Things have moved on a tad now. They play at a shinier new ground for one thing; for another thing…

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Happy-go-lucky Shrewsbury ready to punish Moyes’s grim West Ham realism | Paul Wilson

Paul Hurst’s high-flyers have been defying expectations all season and will offer a stern FA Cup test for a side with both eyes on Premier League safety A funny thing happened when Shrewsbury Town played at Wigan on Boxing Day. The visitors earned a goalless draw to end a run of five straight wins by the League One leaders, though that was not entirely unexpected. What was odd was that…

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David Moyes promises Joe Hart Premier League action this season

• West Ham United goalkeeper looking to revive career before World Cup • ‘I’ve no doubt Joe will play Premier League games this season,’ manager says David Moyes has sought to reassure Joe Hart that he will give him opportunities to revive his career at West Ham United before the World Cup. Hart has not played in the Premier League since 29 November, leaving the goalkeeper vulnerable to losing his place as England’s No1 to…

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Tottenham’s Son Heung-min: West Ham fans know why I shushed them after goal

• Son was racially abused by a West Ham supporter in November • Player put finger to lips after spectacular equaliser at Wembley Son Heung-min says that West Ham United fans will know why he gave them the shushing gesture after scoring against their team for Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on Thursday night. The South Korean was racially abused by a West Ham supporter in November, after he wound down his car window…

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Football transfer rumours: Chelsea to sign West Ham’s Andy Carroll on loan?

Today’s fluff is sapped The days gradually begin to lengthen, the Christmas decorations come down and Antonio Conte is still fidgety about the size of his squad. Will he resort to recalling one of Chelsea’s 33 loanees? No, there’s a much better plan: succeed where they failed in August and nail Ross Barkley’s colours to the mast. Related: Cenk Tosun may join Everton in time to face Liverpool, says Sam Allardyce Continue reading…

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David Moyes parks the bus at Spurs and canny West Ham swallow the keys

West Ham have found great discipline under their new manager and it paid off again with another positive result against a side in the top six If he paid any attention to the scoffing that greeted his appointment as Slaven Bilic’s replacement two months ago, David Moyes would be entitled to hold up this game of attack-versus-defence and wonder goals at either end as evidence that reports of his demise were …

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Spurs’ Son Heung-min matches Pedro Obiang’s strike in draw with West Ham

There was little on for Pedro Obiang. Just as there had been little on for West Ham United, which had been no great surprise given David Moyes’s emphasis on being difficult to beat. And so the West Ham midfielder edged forward a little and decided to have a pop. What happened next sent the travelling supporters into raptures and represented another step in the right direction for the club’s relegation …

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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 Livermore says remark about son who died led to West Ham fan altercation

• West Ham have identified fan involved in altercation • FA could take sympathetic view towards West Brom player over incident Jake Livermore has told West Bromwich Albion officials that a remark directed towards him in relation to his baby son who died in 2014 prompted him to wade into the crowd at the London Stadium and become involved in an altercation with a West Ham fan. The supporter involved in the altercation has been identified by West Ham after the club examined…

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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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Manchester City v Watford, Swansea v Tottenham and more – live!

Premier League and Championship updates from Tuesday’s games Live scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matches And feel free to ping Nick an email or tweet him here 9.40pm GMT These results have put Stoke in the relegation zone – and Southampton on the brink of it. 9.39pm GMT It wasn’t pretty, it was never going to be in those conditions, but that’s job done for Spurs even if there are question marks about at least one of …

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West Brom make official complaint to Premier League over fixture schedule

• West Ham have five days’ extra rest before Tuesday’s Premier League game • Moyes says fixture pile-up leaves Hammers vulnerable to Cup shock West Bromwich Albion have made an official complaint to the Premier League about the fixture scheduling that gives West Ham United five days’ extra rest before Tuesday’s meeting between the two clubs and also submitted medical evidence to support their case that playing twice in the space of 48 hours severely increases…

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Swansea keen to sign Sakho from West Ham but wages scupper Ayew move

• Diafra Sakho wants to leave London club in search of first-team football • Deal to take Andre Ayew back to the Liberty Stadium is viewed as unlikely Swansea City are interested in signing Diafra Sakho from West Ham United but a deal to take Andre Ayew back to the Liberty Stadium is viewed as unlikely at the moment because of the Ghanaian’s salary. West Ham are keen to offload Ayew, who joined…

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Transfer window: club-by-club guide for the Premier League in January

The winter window opens on 1 January with most clubs desperate to make signings. Here we look at the 20 clubs and the players they hope will arrive Arsène Wenger anticipates that he will be busier fielding enquires about fringe players in his squad – he would be open to moving a few out – but he would be interested in an addition if the opportunity presented itself. The want-away Alexis Sánchez will…

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Premier League: fans from all 20 clubs make their transfer window selections

From Arsenal to West Ham, fans assess what they need most in the January sales Related: Transfer window January 2018 – every deal in Europe’s top five leagues Continue reading…

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West Ham recall Reece Oxford from loan after attempts to sign defender

• Defender played intermittently on loan at Borussia Mönchengladbach • David Moyes: ‘I’m not keen on selling my best young players’ David Moyes has said West Ham United must not sell their best academy players after recalling Reece Oxford from his loan at Borussia Mönchengladbach. RB Leipzig and Mönchengladbach made attempts to sign the 19‑year‑old on Thursday. West Ham responded by cancelling the defender’s season-long loan after a day of deliberation and Moyes…

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West Ham to recall Reece Oxford from Gladbach loan and target Schürrle

• England Under-20 defender Oxford was close to joining RB Leipzig • Former Chelsea forward André Schürrle could arrive on loan West Ham have decided against selling Reece Oxford to RB Leipzig and intend to recall him from his season-long loan with Borussia Mönchengladbach. Gladbach had been hopeful of signing Oxford on a permanent basis, only for their wealthier Bundesliga rivals to revive their interest in the England Under-20 international. Leipzig, who are fifth in the Bundesliga , were…

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Contentious Callum Wilson goal rescues Bournemouth a point against West Ham

The image of a drenched David Moyes at the end of this madcap affair between two teams bereft of defensive dignity only begins to tell the story. This was a topsy-turvy tale in which West Ham United came back from behind to lead with only six minutes of injury time to play only for the referee, Bobby Madley, after a seemingly interminable conversation, to overrule Simon Long, his assistant who had flagged for offside, and…

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Manchester United v Burnley, Chelsea v Brighton and more: Premier League clockwatch – live!

Live Premier League updates from the 3pm kick-offs Premier League fans’ half-time verdict – part 1: Arsenal to Liverpool Premier League fans’ half-time verdict – part 2: Man City to West Ham Email Michael or tweet: @michaelbutler18 3.40pm GMT Burnley are two up at Old Trafford! It’s another free-kick from 30 yards, but Steven Defour curls right into the top left hand corner! De Gea nowhere near it, that reminds me of a free kick that Payet scored at Old Trafford …

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English Premier League Table

# 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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