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Allardyce, Brady, Ramsey and Burke: Monday news

Filed: Monday, 27th April 2015
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham target Eddie Howe as Sam Allardyce replacement - reports
West Ham United will turn their attention to Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe, if they elect to part with Sam Allardyce in the summer.

Stewie salutes 'brilliant' Burke
Stewart Downing heaped plaudits on young Reece Burke, after the 18-year-old gave a mature display in his Barclays Premier League debut against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

On this day - 26 April
The Hammers finished their Division Two title-winning campaign in style with a 3-1 win at Middlesbrough on this date 57 years ago.

West Ham should be applauded for giving a little back to fans... not castigated
Ever wondered how German football clubs afford cheap tickets? Easy. They do it the West Ham way. When the Allianz Arena in Munich was developed for the 2006 World Cup, the city and state incurred costs of over £150million to improve local infrastructure.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce rubbishes reports linking him with Sunderland job
The Hammer is being targeted to take over from Dick Advocaat in the summer but Allardyce has no plans to leave Upton Park Sam Allardyce has dismissed suggestions he is welcoming interest from Sunderland.

Karren Brady raves about West Ham United-linked Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe
Eddie Howe, currently in charge of Championship club Bournemouth, has been linked with the managerial job at Premier League outfit West Ham United.

QPR manager Chris Ramsey left frustrated by referee and Adrian after 0-0 draw with West Ham
Queens Park Rangers are now four points adrift of safety after their fellow relegation battlers Leicester City and Hull City both won A point apiece here, but little else to cheer two struggling managers.

‘We want him here’ West Ham star urges owners to back Sam Allardyce
Allardyce is expected to leave the club in the summer as his contract expires at the end of the season and he is yet to be offered a new deal.

A closer look at Reece Burke's Premier League debut for West Ham
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce handed a Premier League debut to 18-year-old defender Reece Burke on Saturday.

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