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In brief - Wednesday's news round-up

Filed: Wednesday, 4th April 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham ready to hand David Moyes a long-term deal after impressing as their relegation-scrap firefighter
The Scot is already making summer transfer plans despite his contract only running to the end of the season.

Joao Mario says West Ham will be in Premier League next season
Joao Mario has brushed aside any fears that West Ham may be relegated at the end of the season.

Cresswell: We performed under pressure
Aaron Cresswell said the Hammers rose to the occasion to secure a huge three points against Southampton on Saturday.

Smith: Cup final win over Charlton would be ‘amazing reward’
West Ham United Ladies assistant coach Myles Smith insists the side are not attending Wednesday’s Isthmian League Cup final simply to make up the numbers, as they seek to beat Charlton Athletic Women.

Pundits and ex-players heap praise on 'awesome' Arnautovic
Pundits and ex-players alike were left purring over Marko Arnautovic’s match-winning display in Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League victory over Southampton.

My West Ham Scrapbook - Joey O'Brien
Former Hammer Joey O’Brien picks out his favourite moments from his five seasons with West Ham United...

In Pictures: West Ham stars train at London Stadium
West Ham United's first team squad trained on the London Stadium pitch as the highlight of Tuesday's Family Fun Day.

Five thousand Hammers enjoy Family Fun Day at London Stadium
Five thousand West Ham United supporters of all ages kicked-off their Easter school holidays at the Hammers’ Family Fun Day at London Stadium.

Young defender Pike departs
West Ham United can confirm that Alex Pike has had his contract terminated by mutual consent.

Hammers hiring for Matchday Disabled Supporter Assistants
West Ham United are currently hiring for Matchday Disabled Supporter Assistants to offer support and guidance to disabled supporters, ensuring they have the best matchday experience possible.

Hammers monitoring goalkeeper and striker
West Ham are keeping tabs on Malian international goalscorer Moussa Marega ahead of a potential summer move.

Adrian linked with Spanish return
West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian is being linked with a return to his former club following a stop/start season at the Olympic Stadium.

West Ham 3-0 Southampton (And Other Ramblings)
Since we played. Since we played well. Since we won. Since it felt like it might be safe to look up. Since the most pertinent subject for one of these columns was the action on the pitch rather than off.

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