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Sears, Song, Allardyce and Cresswell: Friday's news

Filed: Friday, 24th April 2015
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham: Will other Premier League clubs reduce ticket prices?
Following West Ham's announcement that they will reduce season ticket prices as a result of the Premier League's record television deal, BBC Sport asked the other 19 clubs whether they would follow suit.

Remember Freddie Sears?
Former West Ham striker eyes Premier League return Freddie Sears tumbled down the divisions after a fairytale start at West Ham but is now chasing a return to the top flight under Mick McCarthy at Ipswich.

On this day - 23 April
It was on this day nine years ago that West Ham United sealed their place in the FA Cup final.

Happy St George's Day!
As England celebrates its national day - St George's Day - on Thursday, whufc.com takes a look at the men to have represented the Three Lions during their time at the Club.

Big Sam on: QPR
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce faced the press ahead of Saturday's game with Queens Park Rangers.

Season Tickets 2016/17
Join the Priority List Following Wednesday's announcement of Season Ticket prices for the 2016/17 season at the new Stadium, supporters can now join the Season Ticket Priority List.

Report: West Ham confusion means Southampton could hijack deal for Fabian Schar
According to the Daily Mirror, Southampton are looking to hijack West Ham's interest in FC Basel centre back Fabian Schar.

Alex Song tries to rival Charles N'Zogbia for worst dressed Premier League player
Charles N'Zogbia appears to have a serious rival for worst dressed Premier League player.

Sam Allardyce: Aaron Cresswell 'bids' are just media rumours
Speaking ahead of his side's trip to relegation threatened QPR, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce said that rumours of incoming bids for Aaron Cresswell are not true.

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Allardyce laughs off £25million price tag
Sam Allardyce has dismised reports suggesting that West Ham have place a £25million price tag on Aaron Cresswell.

Why the cynics are wrong to attack 'affordable football'
By now we’ve all read the headlines; "Affordable football for all"..."Season ticket prices slashed".

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