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In brief - Thursday's news round-up

Filed: Thursday, 26th April 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham set to offer new contract to Declan Rice
West Ham are poised to offer defender Declan Rice a new long-term contract, according to Sky sources.

Pearce backs West Ham rookie Rice to 'spring back' from Arsenal disappointment
Stuart Pearce has backed Declan Rice to bounce back from the disappointment the youngster felt after Sunday’s Premier League defeat at Arsenal.

Joao Mario: Sunday is a chance to show our quality
Joao Mario is looking forward to testing himself against the best on Sunday, when West Ham United welcome champions Manchester City to London Stadium.

'Wonderful' Ken Brown set to receive Lifetime Achievement Award
“A pillar of the side at centre-half, a stopper who never gave in and a brilliant header of the ball. He had the most wonderful personality – he was a pleasing, friendly man who was always smiling, and I knew I could count on him.”

Gallery: 2018 Player Awards
The 2018 Betway Hammer of the Year is set to be crowned at Wednesday night's Player Awards brought to you by Betway in aid of the Academy.

Conor Coventry wins Dylan Tombides Award
Eighteen-year-old midfielder Conor Coventry is the winner of the 2017/18 Dylan Tombides Award sponsored by Blue Cube Security, recognising an outstanding season for the youngster with the Academy.

Declan Rice retains Young Hammer of the Year prize
Declan Rice has won the Young Hammer of the Year sponsored by Eurostat Office Supplies for the second season in a row.

Arnautovic wins Signing of the Season
Marko Arnautovic has capped a fine debut campaign in Claret and Blue by being named the 2017/18 Signing of the Season sponsored by Lycamobile.

Moyes statistically West Ham's worst
David Moyes is statistically West Ham United's worst-ever full-time manager.

Top ten a pipe dream under current regime?
West Ham United's record under the club's current administration is the worst in the Premier League era.

Arsenal 4-1 West Ham (And Other Ramblings)
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