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Manchester United's France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, has told the club he wants to join Real Madrid this summer and has already agreed contract terms with the Spanish giants. (AS - in Spanish)

Juventus want to bring Pogba back to Turin but would need to sell two or three key players to afford Manchester United's 130m euro (£112m) valuation of the France international. (Observer)

Italian champions Juventus may also try to beat Paris St-Germain to the signing of 28-year-old Manchester United and Spain goalkeeper David de Gea. (Le10 Sport - in French)

Manchester City want to sign Leicester and England defender Harry Maguire, but the Foxes want £90m for the 26-year-old. City boss Pep Guardiola is also interested in Liverpool's 27-year-oldNetherlands defender Virgil van Dijk. (Sun on Sunday)

Paris St-Germain and Marseille are interested in Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez. (Sunday Mirror)

Ligue 1 side Lyon have made contact with former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger about taking over from Bruno Genesio, who will leave at the end of the season. (L'Equipe - in French)

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane says Wales forward Gareth Bale, 29, and Chelsea and Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard, 28, who has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu, would be compatible in the same team. (Marca)

Leeds manager Marco Bielsa could leave the Championship side if they do not achieve promotion to the Premier League. (Mail on Sunday)

Former England manager Sam Allardye could return to international management with India. (Sunday Mirror)

Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti says he will not stop 27-year-old Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly- a reported target for Manchester United - and 27-year-old Italy forward Lorenzo Insigne - who has been linked with Chelsea and Liverpool - if they want to leave this summer. (Mail on Sunday)

Real Madrid's Spanishmidfielder Brahim Diaz, 19, who joined from Manchester City in January, will be sent out on loan this summer. (Marca)

MLS side DC United want to sign Wales centre-back Ashley Williams, who is on loan at Stoke from Everton, while Huddersfield and Aston Villa are also keen on the 34-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)

Burnley and Wolves are considering bids for 17-year-old Hamilton Academical centre-back Jamie Hamilton, who is the Scotland Under-17 captain. (Mail on Sunday)

PSG have offered Juventus 70m euros (£60.5m) for Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 29, but the Serie A side want 100m euros (£86m). (Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says he has no idea how much money he will be given for transfers this summer. (Evening Standard)


Tottenham 0-1 West Ham: Michail Antonio hits winner as Mauricio Pochettino's side lose for the first time in their new stadium and prepare for Champions League semi-final with narrow defeat

Tottenham have lost at their new stadium for the first time after Michail Antonio struck a winner for West Ham
The Hammers also became the first away side to score at the plush new stadium when they took the lead
Michail Antonio latched onto Marko Arnautovic's sensational pass and fired past Hugo Lloris and into the net
Spurs sent on Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen in search of an equaliser but they rarely threatened

By Oliver Holt For The Mail On Sunday

It could have been worse. It could have been Arsenal. Yet as West Ham's Michail Antonio danced a modern jig along the byline at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, thrusting his hips energetically at those steepling new stands, violating the spotless memories Spurs have created so lovingly at their new home, it felt bad enough.

Antonio's superbly taken second half winner in front of thousands of West Ham fans who may have felt that their wildly fluctuating season was worth it just for this, meant that Spurs achieved a couple of less auspicious firsts ahead of their their debut appearance in a Champions League semi-final, against Ajax here on Tuesday.

His strike was the first goal Spurs have conceded at their magnificent new stadium and when Anthony Taylor blew his whistle to signal full time and several Spurs players collapsed to the turf in disappointment and exhaustion, it marked their first defeat in the five games they have played here since the stadium opened, too.

Michail Antonio struck a second half winner as West Ham became the first team to beat Tottenham at their new stadium

He controlled Marko Arnautovic's pass perfectly before firing a powerful effort into the roof of the net and past Hugo Lloris

Declan Rice led West Ham's celebrations in front of their own fans as they ended Spurs' 100 per cent record at the stadium

The representatives of Ajax here to watch ahead of Tuesday's semi-final first leg will have seen nothing to worry about here although Spurs were so poor that the Dutch side will write the performance off as an aberration that will not be repeated. Spurs fans will have to hope they are right.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino admitted after the game his team had looked tired and smiled thinly when he was reminded Ajax have had a week off. He said that Jan Vertonghen, missing on Saturday, would be back for the Ajax tie. He said it was possible that Moussa Sissoko would be available, too. 'We are going to be ready on Tuesday,' Pochettino insisted.

Spurs looked shattered. They looked as if a long season spread across two homes has caught up with them. After the interval, in particular, they were distinctly second best to their visitors, who were not flattered by the result and might have won by a wider margin, notwithstanding a last minute goal-line clearance by Fabian Balbuena from substitute Vincent Janssen.

Their defeat will give hope to the chasing trio of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United as the increasingly desperate battle for the last two Champions League spots reaches its climax. With games away at Bournemouth and at home to Everton remaining, Spurs are still in pole position but it is unlikely to stay like that if they do not improve on this.

There was no easing into the game as Mark Noble charges into an early tackle on Tottenham star Danny Rose early on

West Ham defender Fabian Balbuena threads a pass through the lines as he looked to set his team on their way in attack

Son Heung-min had a glorious chance to give Spurs the lead but the South Korean was denied at the near post by a good save

Spurs did not play poorly in the first half but West Ham looked a lot better than a team that has taken one point from their last eight away fixtures. They have the talent in their ranks to be the best of the sides outside the top six. They started brightly and after Mark Noble had a shot blocked, Declan Rice whistled a fierce drive from 25 yards out just over the Spurs' crossbar.

Spurs forced the first clear chance after 10 minutes when Dele Alli played a cleverly judged through ball to Heung-Min Son that put him clear of the West Ham defence. Son bore down on Lukasz Fabianski but instead of shooting across him, he tried to drill his shot in at the near post and the West Ham keeper got down smartly to save.

Christian Eriksen started to find his passing range and when he freed Alli down the left, Alli ignored Son's run down the middle and his shot was blocked. Spurs continued to press and take advantage of the defensive failings of Anderson and when Davinson Sanchez played a short ball into Lucas Moura in the inside right channel, he spun and fired in a low shot that beat Fabianski but sped inches wide.

There were times in the first half when Eriksen looked a step ahead of everyone else on the pitch, not just West Ham's defenders but his teammates, too. Twice, he played perfect through balls for Son, which seemed to catch Son by surprise. Alongside David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne, even in a match like this, Eriksen looks like one of the best creative midfielders in the league.

Dele Alli drives away from West Ham's Ryan Fredericks as he tried to be a creative force in the centre of midfield for the hosts

West Ham's Antonio and Arnautovic compete to get on the end of a set piece during a first-half attack by the visitors

Felipe Anderson had the best chance of the first half for the visitors but his effort from the left was straight at Hugo Lloris

Arnautovic and Antonio were bursting into the box when Anderson shot and were left frustrated that he didn't pass it

Robert Snodgrass was the first player to go into Anthony Taylor's book on Saturday after a rash challenge on Lucas Moura

Ten minutes before half time, Eriksen had a rare lapse. When West Ham failed to clear the ball in their own area, the ball ricocheted to him near the byline. Alli was available in the middle and a cross would have left him a tap-in but Eriksen elected to shoot instead and Fabianski blocked it. Alli held his arms out wide in frustration and stared at Eriksen for the longest time.

West Ham produced some moments of sublime individual skill: Mark Noble shaped to play a first time ball down the line but let the ball run through his legs and fooled Davies completely. Marko Arnautovic took down a high ball with a brilliant touch and hit a speculative shot from 35 yards that Hugo Lloris dealt with easily.

Spurs had a penalty appeal turned down when Son was baulked by Arthur Masuaku and midway through the half, they paid for their spurned chances. Arnautovic drifted out to the right and floated a pass into Antonio, who controlled it on his chest and rifled his shot past Lloris and into the roof of the net as Sanchez desperately tried to get across to challenge.

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has an attempt on goal as Alli flings himself in front of his England team-mate's shot

Son wanted a penalty after he was shoved to the floor by Arthur Masuaku but Anthony Taylor waved way his appeals

The deadlock was finally broken when Antonio found himself in between Spurs defenders and finished superbly into the net

It was the first goal Spurs had conceded at their new stadium and with eight minutes to go, they nearly went further behind. Antonio ran to another through ball and lashed his shot goal-wards but Lloris deflected it wide off his knee. It was the save David de Gea should have made in the Manchester derby from Leroy Sane last week but didn't.

West Ham survived that last minute effort by Janssen but a point would have been more than Spurs deserved. A win on Saturday would have all but guaranteed them a Champions League place but now they will have to wait.

There is one other possibility, of course: Spurs could also qualify by winning the Champions League. After this, that seems like a far-fetched idea but Spurs' season has been full of peaks and lulls. They are capable of brilliant football. Stranger things have happened.

Davinson Sanchez tried his best to put in a recovery challenge but Antonio poked the ball ahead of him and Lloris was beaten

Antonio was joined in celebration by team-mate Snodgrass as West Ham edged closer to a win over their London rivals

Balbuena produced an exceptional clearance in the fourth minute of added time after Janssen broke free in the box and shot


Tottenham (4-3-1-2): Lloris 7; Foyth 6, Sanchez 6, Alderweireld 6, Davies 6; Eriksen 7, Dier 5.5, Rose 7 (Janssen 77, 5.5); Alli 5.5 (Wanyama 85, 5.5); Lucas Moura 6 (Llorente 66, 6), Son 5.5.

Subs not used: Trippier, Walker-Peters, Gazzaniga, Skipp

Manager: Mauricio Pochettino

West Ham (4-1-4-1): Fabianski 6; Fredericks 6.5, Balbuena 6, Diop 8, Masuaku 7; Rice 6.5; Antonio 7, Noble 7 (Ogbonna 85), Snodgrass 6 (Obiang 77, 6), Anderson 6; Arnautovic 7 (Perez 80, 6).

Subs not used: Zabaleta, Adrian, Hernandez, Wilshere

Goal: Antonio 67

Bookings: Snodgrass, Fredericks

Manager: Manuel Pellegrini

Referee: Anthony Taylor 7

Attendance: 60,043


Michail Antonio and West Ham send Spurs to first defeat at new stadium

David Hytner at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Michail Antonio has previous against Tottenham. Back in the 2015-16 season, when Spurs were pushing for the Premier League title, it was Antonio who helped to derail them with the only goal of a 1-0 West Ham win at Upton Park. On this occasion the forward struck the first goal by a visiting player to Spurs’ new stadium and it was one that stands to damage the home club’s hopes of a top-four finish.

Antonio’s reward was no more than West Ham deserved for a fluent second-half display and it served to end their woeful recent away run. They had arrived on the back of one point from an available 24. Manuel Pellegrini described it as the “complete performance” and nobody could argue. West Ham were compact and committed en route to a rare clean sheet while Mark Noble was excellent and Felipe Anderson threatening.

Spurs could have been forgiven for having one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final, first-leg against Ajax and it was alarming to see how flat and laboured they were in the second half. They looked out on their feet in the closing stages and West Ham could easily have added to their lead. Marko Arnautovic was denied by Hugo Lloris, the impressive Issa Diop strode through only to be thwarted by the goalkeeper and Antonio was twice put off at the last.

Mauricio Pochettino finished with the substitutes Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen on as an unlikely strike partnership and the latter went close in stoppage time; Fabián Balbuena cleared his header from in front of the line. But this was the day when Spurs’ perfect record at their new home ended. Finally, after 427 minutes, they conceded but it was a first defeat in five matches in all competitions that represented the pain.

Pochettino was determined to blot out all thought of Ajax and he went with a strong line-up, although he left Kieran Trippier on the bench and rested Jan Vertonghen entirely. Vertonghen was feeling a bit of fatigue, which is plainly a problem for several Spurs players. It also felt significant that Pochettino withdrew Danny Rose, Dele Alli and Lucas Moura.

Spurs hogged the ball and they had chances in the first half, with Alli laying on the best of them for Son Heung-min. The forward had only Lukasz Fabianski to beat up the inside-left channel but the goalkeeper got his angles right and blocked.

Son got away with a stamp on Robert Snodgrass, Alli avoided censure after a swan-dive on the edge of the West Ham box and Spurs were frustrated by Diop. The centre-half blocked off Alli and Son (twice), although he was robbed by the latter on 36 minutes. The ball broke to Christian Eriksen but Fabianski, once again, was out smartly to save. Lucas flashed a low drive past the far post.

Anderson is a lovely player to watch when he is on his game, as he was here, and he ran on to Snodgrass’s 20th-minute pass only for Lloris to deny him. The goalkeeper kept out another effort from him just before half-time, after it had deflected. West Ham were keen to test out the makeshift Spurs right-back, Juan Foyth, and they made inroads, at times, up his flank.

Pochettino sent his players out early for the second half, which appeared to reflect his desire for greater urgency. But if they struggled to create clearcut chances in the first half, they hit the wall after the break – both mentally and physically.

West Ham fought hard in the one-on-ones and, with Arnautovic waking up after the interval, they came to realise that Spurs were there for the taking. Arnautovic, who later departed with a slight muscular problem, signalled his arrival with a magnificent touch on a high ball, killing it with the outside of his boot and spinning away from his man in one movement, and it was he who laid on the goal.

Arnautovic’s cross was pitched beautifully over Toby Alderweireld’s head into the stride of Antonio, who took a touch on his chest to get away from Davinson Sánchez before blasting into the far corner. Sánchez did not react quickly enough to the danger but it was an excellent finish from Antonio, who celebrated with some crazy dance moves.

“I’ve been busting those out in a couple of clubs so it was time to bring it out on the pitch,” Antonio said. “It lets me show my personality.” It was a day when Spurs failed to show theirs.


Michail Antonio fires West Ham to victory and inflicts first defeat on Tottenham at new home

Sam Wallace, Chief Football Writer

Referee: Anthony Taylor Attendance: 60,043

In the fading minutes of the first defeat for Tottenham Hotspur at their new stadium, the away fans seized upon one more opportunity to wring some extra misery out of the occasion for their hosts with that old chant about a new ground erasing the soul of a club.

The West Ham fans sang “You’re not Tottenham anymore”, repurposing an observation that they have often made about themselves since their relocation to Stratford although on this occasion it felt like they had misread it. Defeats like these – unexpected, inconvenient, embarrassing – were exactly what defined Spurs in the many years before they were transformed into Champions League contenders by Mauricio Pochettino.

After the Champions League quarter-final triumph, and the seamless reintroduction to their gleaming new home on Tottenham High Road, this was a game in keeping with an old Spurs tradition. The worry for Pochettino is how he might reverse its effects.

His team go into Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final first leg against Ajax Amsterdam having lost a game they should have won and everyone could see that his players were struggling to recapture their sparkle.

Defeat by West Ham, the club who seized the poisoned chalice of the Olympic Stadium from Spurs all those years ago, may one day be regarded as a blip in a historic season for Pochettino. Although for the time being it hinted at some of the problems that he will face as he prepares his players for two legs against a Dutch side whose preparations have benefited from the postponement of domestic fixtures.

Harry Kane watched from a seat near the bench as Spurs finished the game with Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen labouring in attack. Pochettino said later that Harry Winks would not be fit to play in the first leg against Ajax, while Moussa Sissoko’s readiness will be a later call. Former Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen missed this game with fatigue – he will be ready for Tuesday – and perhaps he might have got a foot in the way of Michail Antonio’s winner.

To West Ham’s enterprising attacker goes the honour of the first goal scored by an opposition player at the new ground, so too the first celebration mimicking the riding of an imaginary space-hopper. Or at least that was one pre-watershed interpretation of whatever it was Antonio was doing. Manuel Pellegrini was later asked about the thrusting, bouncing choreography from his player and the Chilean, not exactly famous for his sense of humour, decided to ignore that part of the question altogether.

Michail Antonio saddles up in celebration of his goal Credit: Action Images

The result did not help Spurs’ ambitions to secure third or fourth place for the Champions League next season, a giant slow-motion stumble for the line between four clubs whose form seems to be deserting them. They remain third with two to play and Chelsea and Manchester United up against each other today, when Arsenal face Leicester City. Spurs should finish in the top four, but it was impossible to ignore the deflation in Pochettino.

He was careful not to criticise his players, and reflected the game accurately when he said that Spurs had enjoyed the best of the first half before West Ham came back rejuvenated after the break. “The feeling for everyone has changed quickly,” Pochettino said. “After [beating] Brighton, everyone had a very good feeling, ‘Fantastic season and we are going to arrive in our best condition [for the semi-final]’. But after our defeat it’s like we will arrive the complete opposite.”

He played Juan Foyth at right-back and the Argentine was targeted in the first half when Felipe Anderson had some joy down that flank. In midfield Mark Noble was outstanding alongside Declan Rice and Robert Snodgrass. They weathered the best of what Spurs had to throw at them and could have scored more in the closing stages when both Antonio and Issa Diop went clear on the counterattack and forced good saves out of Hugo Lloris.

Pellegrini said that his team had come close before to a big result such as this against one of the ‘Big Six’. “With Arsenal we played very well in both games, with Manchester United also. Against Chelsea in the second part of the second game and at home we played well. Now it is Tottenham. We lost 1-0 at home in a very tight and close game. Today we won. We demonstrated that we are able to play as a big team and they [the big teams] must demonstrate they are better.”

Even so, after a run of three defeats and then that draw Leicester secured in the last minute, this was arguably West Ham’s most eye-catching result of the season. In the centre of defence, Diop and Fabian Balbuena were reunited to great effect, the latter just managing to scoop the ball off the goal-line in time added on at the end when Janssen headed in Foyth’s cross. The former Spurs academy boy, Ryan Fredericks, capped a fine performance with a crucial tackle on Ben Davies after 74 minutes.

The only goal of the game had come earlier when Marko Arnautovic chipped a cross in from the right wing, Antonio took it on his chest and buried a shot past Lloris while holding off Davinson Sanchez. Arnautovic had looked a little off the pace in the first half but that cross alone justified his inclusion and whatever it was he came off with later, Pellegrini said it was not serious.

Remarkably this was Spurs’ 12th defeat of a league season in which they remain third for now. Asked about the rest afforded Ajax this weekend, Pochettino shrugged. “These are the circumstances. We can’t change that.”

He said that his players’ effort had been exceptional and, of course, he is right but there must now be concern at quite what kind of Spurs will show up on Tuesday.


West Ham, Leeds and Southampton want Florian Aye

Jordan Harris

Leeds United, West Ham United and Southampton are all reportedly interested in landing the 17-goal striker this summer.

Leeds, West Ham and Southampton's respective searches for a new striker have led all three clubs to consider a move for Florian Aye this summer, according to a report from the Sunday Mirror (28/4; page 68).

Aye has enjoyed an excellent campaign with Ligue 2 side Clermont Foot, scoring 17 goals in the league. Clermont look set to register a mid-table finish this term, with Aye scoring nearly half of their goals throughout the season.

And he looks set to be offered the chance to move away in the summer. The Sunday Mirror reports that Leeds are keen on the 22-year-old, but face Premier League competition from the Hammers and the Saints.

Marcelo Bielsa's side still have an excellent chance of securing promotion out of the Championship, but they will almost definitely need to go through the play-offs having fallen six points behind Sheffield United, who also boast a significantly better goal difference.

Putting the ball into the back of the net has been a problem for the Whites at times this term. They are the only team in the top five in the second tier to have not a player who has scored more than 20 goals in the league, with Kemar Roofe topping their scoring charts with 14 strikes.

Meanwhile, neither West Ham or Southampton have had a player reach double figures for league goals this season. Their supporters may not be particularly excited about the links with Aye, but he is young enough to make significant improvements in the future.

And if he can replicate anything like the form that he has shown in France this season, he could potentially prove to be an outstanding signing for one of the three clubs reportedly chasing his signature.

Transfer Tavern

West Ham interested in Danny Welbeck

West Ham United could do with adding a proven Premier League striker to their ranks in the summer. The Hammers might be able to grind out some impressive results, however, they would be in a better position to constantly do that if they added some experience to their attack.

And, it appears Manuel Pellegrini could have one who knows the top-flight extremely well on his radar and might be an ideal man to spearhead their attack.
What’s the News?

According to a report by The Mirror, West Ham are monitoring the current situation surrounding Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck.

The experienced international’s deal at the Emirates Stadium is set to expire at the end of the season and could be ready to make a move for him.

However, it would appear that they may have to act quickly, as the Gunners are considering to offer him a new contract, whilst Newcastle United and Everton are all thought to be interested.

Welbeck has the potential to be a great signing for a club like West Ham, although he does come with some serious risks which the Hammers may not be too keen with.

Still only 28-years-old, he has plenty of experience of playing in the Premier League and could be the type of attacking player that would thrive at the club if given the chance, especially with the system that Pellegrini likes to adopt at the London Stadium.

Welbeck can offer plenty of versatility in the final third, whilst he is more than capable of playing on his own as a focal point of the attack.

The England international is able to find the back of the net and has a solid goal to game ratio, however, it must be said that it could also be a little better. He has featured 126 times for Arenal and scored 32 goals, while at the Red Devils he played 143 times recording 29 goals.

However, injuries and wage demands could be a real concern for the Hammers. Unfortunately, Welbeck tends to have to spend a significant portion of the season on the sidelines as he has had his fair share of knocks and could ultimately turn out to be another Andy Carroll.

Given the fact that he is potentially available on a free transfer, it might just be a risk West Ham should consider taking.


Ex-Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado could return to Prem with Watford and West Ham interested

Juan Cuadrado has been linked with a return to London amid reports he could be on his way out of Serie A champions Juventus

By Tristan Barclay

JUAN CUADRADO has been linked with a return to London amid reports Watford and West Ham are keen on the former Chelsea winger.

The Colombian is understood to be on his way out of current club Juventus, with a host of suitors across Europe tracking his future at the Serie A champions.

The 30-year-old is thought to be a target for Watford and West Ham, although the player is thought not to favour a move back to the Premier League following his spell at Chelsea.

Reports in Italy have also linked him with Juve’s domestic rivals AC Milan and Spanish outfits such as Sevilla and Valencia.

Jose Mourinho brought Cuadrado to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina in February 2015, sending a young Mohamed Salah on loan in the other direction.

Cuadrado struggled to hold down a place in the first-team and was swiftly sent out on loan himself to Juventus in August 2015.

A renewed loan agreement in 2016 and subsequent permanent transfer in 2017 saw him leave West London having made just 15 appearances for the Blues.

Cuadrado, who turns 31 in May, has found regular football hard to come by this season after spending four months out due to knee surgery.

He was left out of Juventus’ Champions League squad watched from the stands as Cristiano Ronaldo and his team-mates were knocked out in the last-eight by Ajax.

Cuadrado has another year left to run on his contract and Juve are hopeful of securing a fee in the region of £13–17million for a player who has made over 130 appearances for them.

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Kelly Smunt 8:55 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
So we could get rid of Perez, a shite, high-earning ex-Arse striker who's fit most of the time and replace him with Welbeck, a shite, high-earning ex-Arse striker who's hardly ever fit.. Carroll and Perez rolled into one, if you will.

Queens Fish Bar 7:11 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 11:59 Sun Apr 28

geoffpikey 2:18 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alanzino.

Always enjoy the journals after a splendid day. Even when they write shite.


Texas Iron 2:08 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Great Win...

pdbis 1:56 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Steer well clear of injury prone players. We never learn.

MikeHammer 1:50 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
And loads in papers - and more to come - on Sheff Utds impending promotion such as DM “they have been away a dozen years after West Ham broke the rules to sign Carlos Tevez and he kept them up at Sheffield Utds expense “ !!!! Such drivel will continue to be written !

ted fenton 1:07 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 11:59 Sun Apr 28

Cicero 12:58 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks, Alan. Always plenty to linger over after a great win.

East Auckland Hammer 12:27 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
"However, injuries and wage demands could be a real concern for the Hammers."

No they wouldn't. Never been a concern in the past.

Thanks Alan.

Sven Roeder 12:11 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Danny Welbeck! Ha ha ha
Jesus wept. Forgot he was still alive

He IS still alive isn’t he?

Coffee 12:08 Sun Apr 28
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
There's a special pleasure in reading those match reports. But whoever gave those payer ratings at the end of the Telegraph report must have been drunk.

Thanks, Alan.

Thanks Alan 11:59 Sun Apr 28
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Thanks Alan

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