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In brief - Wednesday's news round-up

Filed: Wednesday, 8th March 2017
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham send warning to Obiang’s potential suitors
West Ham United plan to hold talks with Pedro Obiang regarding a potential new contract, according to Sky Sports.

Arsenal and West Ham to battle for Premier League defender this summer
MIDDLESBROUGH defender Ben Gibson has reportedly attracted interest from Arsenal and West Ham.

West Ham fan who ran onto the pitch to confront Eden Hazard during Chelsea defeat is arrested
Ian Paul Crouch has been bailed to appear at court in two weeks’ time.

Arrested West Ham fan "faces lifetime ban" following confrontation with Chelsea players
The Hammers fan will appear in court on March 21 after he raced onto the pitch following Eden Hazard's opening goal for Chelsea during the big London derby

Football Association to 'seek observations' over West Ham pitch invader
The Football Association will "seek observations" from West Ham after a fan entered the field of play during the clash with Chelsea, Sky sources understand.

Antonio Conte demands improvements from N'Golo Kante after he makes "five mistakes" - then bursts out laughing
The Chelsea boss was in a good mood after the win over West Ham - but things can always be better.

Slaven Bilic to sign new West Ham deal: Improved contract close to completion
SLAVEN BILIC is reportedly set to sign a new deal at West Ham.

Antonio Conte shakes hands with West Ham coaching staff - then thoroughly washes his hands
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte came away from the London Stadium with three points and goodness knows what else on Monday night, after shaking hands with a full array of West Ham coaching staff.

Highlights - West Ham 1-2 Chelsea
Watch the best of the action from Monday night's game at London Stadium here.

Match in a Minute - Chelsea
Watch the highlights from Monday's game in bitesize form here

U18's Division One fixtures announced
West Ham United will face Chelsea at Little Heath on Friday, as they begin their Division One campaign of U18 Premier League Phase Two.

From The Boardroom - David Sullivan
It's always a disappointment to lose at home but I think we can safely say that we were beaten by this season’s likely Premier League champions at London Stadium last night.

We all follow the West Ham!
Aside from the rare ‘Starter for 10’, West Ham United does feature too often on the BBC’s academy quiz University Challenge.

Snodgrass - It could have been different
Robert Snodgrass says the Hammers can hold their heads high, despite going down to a 2-1 Premier League defeat by Chelsea on Monday evening.

Stat's A Fact - 50 up for Lanzini
A goal and a great performance, just not the right result as West Ham United’s Manuel Lanzini made his 50th Premier League appearance for the club.

London Stadium named Stadium of the Year
London Stadium has been named Stadium of the Year in a prestigious competition voted for by a jury of five highly-respected architects recognised for their work in stadium design.

FT - West Ham United PL2 1-1 Stoke City
The referee calls full time on this one, and the Hammers settle for just one point this evening. As dominant as they were, they couldn't breach the Stoke defence for a second time, and it finishes 1-1.

The Big Interview - Darren Randolph
Darren Randolph felt West Ham United gave a good account of themselves against Premier League leaders Chelsea on Monday night and were unfortunate to go down to a 2-1 defeat.

Manning – We have three big games left
West Ham United Academy coach Liam Manning highlighted the importance of the U23s’ last three Premier League 2 matches after a 1-1 draw with Stoke City on Tuesday night at London Stadium.

Sullivan: we're only a couple of players short
Co-owner David Sullivan insists that West Ham are "only a couple of players short" of a "very, very good side".

Three nicked on quiet night for Met
There were a total of three arrests made by Met Police during last night's Premier League clash with Chelsea.

OS named as Stadium of the Year
It may have been beset by problems on the inside since West Ham United moved to Stratford last summer - but the Olympic Stadium has been named as Stadium of the Year.

Done with West Ham London
Well, I certainly didn’t expect to be writing this prior to last night's game.

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