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West Ham interested in signing Steven Nzonzi from Sevilla, says David Moyes

• Moyes could face competition from Everton for midfielder’s signature • Harry Arter and Alfie Mawson also among West Ham’s possible targets David Moyes has revealed that he would be interested in signing Steven Nzonzi if Sevilla decide to sell the French midfielder next month. West Ham United’s manager is keen to bolster his options in central midfield and is aware that Nzonzi, who has been seen in London this month, has fallen out …

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Premier League fans’ half-time verdict – part 2: Manchester City to West Ham

The Observer fans’ network on the season so far: City’s commanding lead, a nervous wait for Benítez and the problem with Sparky • Part 1: Arsenal to Liverpool It’s been amazing. Flying in the league, and near faultless form in the Champions League too, with five wins from five before a meaningless dead rubber, including a crucial win away in Naples against one of Europe’s finest sides. We’ve broken countless records already …

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Christian Atsu gives Newcastle edge over West Ham in five-goal thriller

For a manager of Rafael Benítez’s pragmatism, it is unlikely that this chaotic game fitted into his vision of how football should be played. Sometimes, though, getting the job done matters more than questions of philosophy and even Benítez could put his obsession with control to one side after Newcastle clambered out of the relegation zone thanks to their first victory in 10 matches. The Spaniard could not allow the celebrations to last too long, though, even after seeing his …

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West Ham identify Swansea City’s Alfie Mawson as key target

• Hammers expected to bid around £20m for central defender • Leon Britton named as caretaker for Crystal Palace match on Saturday Swansea City face a battle to hold on to Alfie Mawson in the January transfer window amid serious interest from West Ham United, who are expected to make a bid for the central defender. The Hammers have identified Mawson, who caught the eye for England Under-21s at the European Championship finals in the summer, as …

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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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West Ham’s David Moyes ‘surprised’ at diving charge for Manuel Lanzini

• Argentinian won penalty in 3-0 victory over Stoke on Saturday • Moyes unsure whether West Ham will appeal charge West Ham manager David Moyes is surprised by the Football Association’s decision to charge Manuel Lanzini for diving. But Moyes admits West Ham are yet to decide if they will appeal against the Argentinian’s two-match ban before Tuesday’s deadline of 6pm. Related: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action Continue reading…

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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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Mark Noble helps give West Ham a lift as Stoke and Mark Hughes suffer

Marko Arnautovic loped from the pitch with a flea in his ear from Mark Hughes and a piece of Stoke City clothing, hurled from the stands, in his hand. The latter was quickly discarded; Hughes must now be close to a similar fate after his former charge heaped on the embarrassment in a match delayed by an hour due to a power failure. There could be no better metaphor for Stoke’s performance; they will rightly…

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David Moyes’s West Ham revival continues with a point against Arsenal

Only Laurent Koscielny knew what he was doing in the 90th minute when he chipped a high-risk pass inside from the Arsenal defensive right, but the panic gripped in a heartbeat. It was shocking to see how Arsène Wenger’s team lost not only the ball but their structure and when Mark Noble produced a rare moment of quality with a slide-rule pass for Javier Hernández, the scene was set for…

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West Ham United v Arsenal: Premier League – live!

Premier League updates from the 8pm GMT kick-off Live Premier League clockwatch | Live scoreboard! And feel free to email Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 7.35pm GMT David Moyes speaks! “We need to do it again tonight. We’re up against another really good team tonight. The level of opposition, we need to do good jobs on them. We need to be very concentrated around the box. They have a different dimension with Giroud. There might be a few …

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Jack Wilshere a January transfer target for West Ham, says David Moyes

• ‘Jack Wilshere would be someone who we’d have to look at,’ says Moyes • ‘Transfer window could be the difference between relegation and staying up’ David Moyes has declared an interest in Jack Wilshere as West Ham United prepare for a transfer window he believes will be key to them avoiding relegation. Wilshere is likely to be on the Arsenal bench at West Ham on Wednesday night but his future remains unclear as …

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West Ham’s David Moyes spares a thought for displaced Joe Hart

• England goalkeeper has lost his starting place to Adrián • Moyes savours first win since taking charge at London Stadium David Moyes has admitted that his “compassion” for Joe Hart’s position as England No1 made it difficult to leave the West Ham United loanee out of their 1-0 win against Chelsea on Saturday. Hart had been ineligible to play against Manchester City, his parent club, six days previously and saw his replacement …

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Antonio Conte concedes title after Chelsea lose at West Ham – video

Chelsea are out of the Premier League title race after losing at West Ham on Saturday, according to Blues manager Antonio Conte. ‘To talk about the title race after a defeat, I think it a bit strange.’ says Conte following the 1-0 defeat at the London Stadium. David Moyes meanwhile is thrilled with the result, his first win as West Ham manager Antonio Conte concedes title after Chelsea’s bubble burst by West Ham Continue reading…

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Antonio Conte concedes title after Chelsea’s bubble burst by West Ham

• Manager says champions out of Premier League running after 1-0 away defeat • ‘We created chances, but didn’t take them. Players were tired,’ adds Conte Antonio Conte conceded that Chelsea’s title defence “never started” and a lack of consistency has made a repeat of last season’s Premier League win inconceivable. A visibly frustrated Conte had just watched Chelsea perform flatly in losing 1-0 at West Ham United, their fourth defeat of the campaign and a result that sees them remain 11 points …

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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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West Ham United 1-0 Chelsea: Premier League – as it happened

Marko Arnautovic’s lovely early goal and some defiant defending gave West Ham a deserved victory over the champions at the London Stadium 5.02pm GMT Reaction from the London Stadium Related: Antonio Conte concedes title after Chelsea’s bubble burst by West Ham 2.39pm GMT Related: West Ham’s Marko Arnautovic sinks Chelsea to delight of David Moyes 2.24pm GMT West Ham win their first Premier League game under David Moyes! They deserve it for an …

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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 considering dropping Joe Hart for West Ham’s meeting with Chelsea

• England goalkeeper’s place under threat from reserve Adrián • Hart has conceded 30 goals in 14 matches since signing on loan David Moyes is giving strong consideration to dropping Joe Hart against Chelsea on Saturday, casting doubt over the West Ham United goalkeeper’s status as England’s No1. Hart’s form has been erratic since his loan move from Manchester City in the summer and his absence from last Sunday’s defeat by his parent club …

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Football transfer rumours: Matthijs de Ligt to Barcelona? Walcott to West Ham?

Today’s fluff is mulling things over Lionel Messi can’t make his mind up. Last week he wanted Barcelona to sign Philippe Coutinho, but now he’s urging them to drop their interest in the Brazilian forward and turn their attention elsewhere. Messi, who apparently turned down a mega offer from Manchester City before extending his contract at the Nou Camp, appears to be in charge of everything at Barca these days – he gets to design next season’s kit –…

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West Ham’s show of attacking gusto serves up hope for David Moyes | Nick Ames

Manchester City juggernaut had to find an extra gear to overcome a West Ham side who, despite a 2-1 defeat, offered something for their manager to work with An unkind reading would be that the fact West Ham United can take such heart from what was eventually an Alamo‑esque occasion speaks volumes for the position the club find themselves in. That would not be unfair, even if caveats do exist. If David Moyes could…

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Pep Guardiola happy as Man City repeat ‘Fergie time’ trick against West Ham

• City leave it late for third successive game as David Silva scores in 83rd minute • ‘If we can take something about the Fergie time, it is welcome, a pleasure’ Pep Guardiola praised Manchester City’s increasing ability to win in “Fergie time” after West Ham United were beaten by David Silva’s 83rd-minute strike, to make it three successive matches his side have served up a late, late show in the manner of Manchester United under Sir Alex…

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Manchester City and David Silva dig deep to break Hart-less West Ham

Manchester City again frustrated Manchester United by grabbing a late victory and all three points. The score showed 1-1 and the clock 83 minutes when Pep Guardiola’s men produced yet another dramatic winner. Kevin De Bruyne nonchalantly flicked a ball over from the right and there was an acrobatic David Silva to hit home. This sent the Etihad Stadium into raptures, made it nine points claimed in the closing eight minutes of matches this term, and…

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Manchester City 2-1 West Ham United: Premier League – as it happened

Manchester City fought back from a goal down to equal the record of successive Premier League victories, making it 13 in a row and restoring their eight-point lead at the top thanks to David Silva’s late winner 6.20pm GMT Related: Manchester City and David Silva dig deep to break Hart-less West Ham 6.00pm GMT There’s no sign of Pep Guardiola haranguing any West Ham players after the final whistle. He must have appreciated their …

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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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Sadiq Khan to take control of London Stadium after critical review

• London mayor criticises Boris Johnson over West Ham conversion • ‘It reveals a bungled process with the previous mayor’s fingerprints all over it’ The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is to take over control of the London Stadium, it has been announced. An independent review was published on Friday morning, which said there had been “a catalogue of errors” that led to massively increased conversion costs after the 2012 Olympics. It criticised a “bungled decision…

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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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