|An archive of Cockney Hammer's West Ham-related daily news digests.
...despite scoring 15 goals and being the second highest scoring English striker behind Rooney? I'd welcome him here tbh. Him and Cole up front will tear most teams centre halves new ar$eholes!
I know nothing at all about the foreign players we are being linked to, but Jarvis would also be a good addition to our squad.
The Krasic and Elia deals are getting me excited too, would love to sign the pair of them, Diame would be a good signing on a free, Jarvis wouldn't be a bad addition but don't expect us to get him as Wolves want quite a bit for him, Could Maiga have a touch of the Demba Ba about him? Dodgy knees supposedly but a superb player? Why do we keep up out pursuit of Holt he's probably not worth more than 15 grand a week, offer him £15,001.
THE SUN: Roy Hodgson has urged his England stars to beat Sweden so Wayne Rooney can step in and blast them to glory. Also: Michael Laudrup will be unveiled as Swansea City's new boss by the end of the week.
DAILY MAIL: Harry Redknapp's reign as Tottenham manager is likely to come to an end today, with the club refusing to offer him a new contract in a tactic to try to force him out. Also: Riot police fired plastic bullets and tear gas to quell violent scenes in Warsaw last night as the Euro 2012 venue became a battleground for football hooligans.
DAILY MIRROR: Harry Redknapp's reign as Tottenham manager could come to an abrupt end as he heads for crunch talks about his future today. Also: Roberto Di Matteo is expected to be confirmed as Chelsea's next full-time manager today.
DAILY EXPRESS: Harry Redknapp's future as Tottenham manager hangs on a knife-edge ahead of crunch talks with chairman Daniel Levy today that could spell the end of his three-and-a-half year reign at White Hart Lane. Also: The President of the Ukrainian FA has accused England of hypocrisy in the simmering Euro 2012 race row.
DAILY STAR: Roy Hodgson fears England's 30-somethings will not be able to last the pace at Euro 2012. Also: Harry Redknapp last night blasted reports that he had quit as Tottenham boss. Redknapp is set for showdown talks today with Spurs apparently reluctant to offer him a long-term contract extension.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Wayne Rooney will be England's "ace in the hole" when he returns from suspension, according to Roy Hodgson, who wants to find an improvement "in the final third". Also: UEFA's worst nightmare became a violent reality as supporters from Poland and Russia were involved in a series of sickening clashes before last night's Group A games.
THE TIMES: Harry Redknapp has privately admitted that he could leave Tottenham Hotspur before the start of the next season after intense speculation that he had resigned as manager last night. Also: Roy Hodgson fears that Steven Gerrard and Scott Parker may be unable to play in every match of England's European Championship finals campaign because of concerns about their fitness.
THE GUARDIAN: Roy Hodgson has challenged England's front players to deliver a better performance against Sweden on Friday before he can bring Wayne Rooney back into the team as the "ace in the hole"
THE INDEPENDENT: Roy Hodgson has admitted that he is having profound doubts about whether he can continue pressing Scott Parker and Steven Gerrard into service at the heart of his England side, but suggested that he may be forced to do so. Also: French champions Montpellier say that Arsenal are closing in on the signing of their prize asset Olivier Giroud.
Michael Laudrup will be unveiled as Swansea City's new boss at the end of the week.
Harry Redknapp was furious last night after being forced to deny he had quit Spurs.
West Ham have tabled a £4million bid for Wolves' England winger Matt Jarvis.
Juventus are in a battle with Inter Milan to sign Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov.
Arsene Wenger wants to sign France striker Olivier Giroud from Montpellier.
West Brom boss Steve Clarke faces a major battle to land top target Bram Nuytinck.
Harry Redknapp's reign as Tottenham boss could come to an abrupt end as he heads for crunch talks about his future today.
Roberti Di Matteo is expected to be confirmed as Chelsea's full-time manager later today.
Tottenham are closing in on a cut-price deal for Jonas Olsson.
West Ham are favourites to sign wantaway Norwich hitman Grant Holt.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is close to tying up a £12million deal for France striker Olivier Giroud.
Gylfi Sigurdsson will join Liverpool - but not before he has done Swansea the courtesy of meeting their new boss.
Lee Clark is set to be named as the Birmingham manager and his first job will be to offload Nikola Zigic.
Harry Redknapp has blasted reports he's quit as Tottenham boss ahead of a crunch meeting with Daniel Levy.
Harry Redknapp's future as Tottenham manager hangs on a knife-edge ahead of a crunch meeting today with Daniel Levy.
QPR representatives will fly to the England training camp this week to complete the signing of Rob Green.
Harry Redknapp's reign as Tottenham manager is likely to come to an end today with the club refusing to offer him a new contract.
Chinese side Guizhou Renhe want to sign Tim Cahill from Everton.
Newcastle scout Graham Carr ran the rule over France right-back Mathieu Debuchy during Monday's draw with England.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton fears his predecessor and now Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert will win the race to Spurs right-back Kyle Naughton.
Chelsea scouts watched Malaga striker Jose Salomon Rondon at the weekend.
Wigan are keen on Greece winger Dimitris Salpingidis.
Sunderland scouts are monitoring PSV striker Ola Toivonen.
Rangers' newco faces a legal battle to avoid a mass exodus of star players from Ibrox.
I agree completely. Elia is deadly.
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