WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
48%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



Alan 1:32 Sun Sep 9
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has been preparing a list of transfer targets in case he is asked to replaced Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager. (Sunday Mirror)

United's former France forward Eric Cantona says Mourinho "has a good personality, but not for United", adding that the Old Trafford outfit "should have [Pep] Guardiola as coach". (Mail on Sunday)

Ex-Chelsea and England captain John Terry, 37, is expected to sign a one-year deal with Russian side Spartak Moscow. (Sky Sports Italy)

Alternatively, Terry will sign a two-year contract after passing a medical in Italy. (Observer)

Terry is set to earn £1.8m a year after tax in the Russian capital. (Sunday Telegraph)

Manchester United and Manchester City are both interested in signing Wolves' 21-year-old Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves in January. (Sun on Sunday)

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will sign a new £4m-a-year contract with the Premier League club. (Sunday Mirror)

Former Manchester United and Netherlands keeper Edwin van der Sar says it is "nonsense" he could be returning to the club as director of football, a position he holds at Dutch side Ajax. (Sun on Sunday)

Atletico Madrid's 27-year-old France forward Antoine Griezmann says he would like to finish his career in the MLS - at either LA Galaxy or David Beckham's new team Inter Miami. (L'Equipe - in French)

AC Milan are interested in Chelsea's 31-year-old Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas. (Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)

Aston Villa had hoped to re-sign John Terry but are now considering German ex-Leicester defender Robert Huth, 34, instead. (Sunday Mirror)

Watford have agreed to sign 18-year-old Serbian striker Filip Stuparevic in January. (Sportski zurnal - in Serbian)

Work on modernising Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu ground will begin before the end of the year. (Marca - in Spanish)

English clubs might consider the January transfer window as their last chance to sign top young European players before Brexit potentially makes it more difficult to do so. (Sunday Telegraph)

Leicester City's England Under-21 left-back Ben Chilwell, 21, says his preparations for this season involved "minging running" in the summer and cutting out alcohol. (Mail on Sunday)

Chelsea and Germany defender Antonio Rudiger, 25, says he "favours" the style of new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri because he "wants us to press high compared to last season when everyone knows we sat back" under previous manager Antonio Conte. (Mail on Sunday)

Yasin Ben El-Mhanni, the 22-year-old English ex-Newcastlewinger, is wanted by Belgian clubs Royal Antwerp and Standard Liege.(Sun on Sunday)







Football London

Robert Snodgrass explains how Manuel Pellegrini has turned around his West Ham career

The Scottish star has enjoyed a turnaround at London Stadium

Robert Snodgrass has praised West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini calling him "one of the best" in the game.

The wideman is currently away on international duty and has yet to feature under the Scotland boss Alex McLeish but has been drafted into the squad to replace West Brom winger Matt Phillips.

He was somewhat of a forgotten man at the London Stadium where he was deemed to be surplus to requirements but has been rejuvenated under the Chilean.

Subsequently, he was sent out on loan to Aston Villa last term and he starred at Villa Park scoring seven goals and providing 14 assists making him a firm favourite amongst the Villa faithful.

His performances coupled with his training ethic has impressed his new manager and Snodgrass has attributed his turnaround to his manager and has heralded the impact he has had on his game. He was also impressed with his coach's man-management skills.

“I’m working with one of the best managers,” Snodgrass told The Herald.

“He’s won the Premier League (with Manchester City) and managed in La Liga and I can only learn from people like that. He’s been great with me, he’s always talking to me. That was the case from the off.”

The Scotsman has participated in all of West Ham United's league games this season and has kept new signing Andriy Yarmolenko on the bench.

He will now be hoping that he can make his first appearance for his nation in a year against World Cup semi-finalists Belgium on Friday followed with the opening match of the UEFA Nations League against Albania at Hampden Park three days later.





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Texas Iron 11:46 Sun Sep 9
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers...

Mex Martillo 2:34 Sun Sep 9
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Snodgrass came on as a sub in the 2nd half. He did ok, but Scotland were well out classed by Belgium, even their subs were in another league compared to Scotlands 1st team. I hope Snodgrass can help beat Albania, a must win game. He knows about those sort of games...
Thanks Alan

Thanks Alan 1:49 Sun Sep 9
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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