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In brief - Monday's news round-up

Filed: Monday, 11th February 2019
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham news: Mark Noble explains extra significance of goal vs Crystal Palace
The Hammers captain got off the mark for the season at Selhurst Park to help earn a valuable point as Manuel Pellegrini's side moved into the top half of the table.

Crystal Palace vs West Ham United: Mark Noble relieved to end goal drought
West Ham captain Mark Noble was relieved to end his goal drought and escape with a point from Crystal Palace.

'It's been on my mind': West Ham captain Mark Noble relieved after ending goal drought in draw with Crystal Palace
West Ham captain Mark Noble was relieved to end his goal drought and escape with a point from Crystal Palace.

Manuel Pellegrini feels West Ham's draw with Crystal Palace is a fair result
Manuel Pellegrini felt West Ham's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace was a "fair result".

Wilfried Zaha is Crystal Palace hero again to earn point against West Ham
Far removed from spiky London derbies of the past, Wilfried Zaha’s late equaliser for Crystal Palace allowed rival managers Roy Hodgson and Manuel Pellegrini to indulge in a love-in as Valentines Day approaches.

Highlights: Crystal Palace 1-1 West Ham United
West Ham United were pegged back by Wilfried Zaha's second half goal as they shared the points with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

My fellow Hammer Mabel was a great woman - Mark Noble
Mark Noble has paid tribute to Mabel Arnold, West Ham United’s oldest Season Ticket Holder and fan of 85 years, who passed away on Saturday.

Analysis: Hammers stay strong in a game of two halves
West Ham United undoubtedly rode their luck during Saturday’s 1-1 Premier League draw at Crystal Palace – a game that fitted the old ‘it’s a game of two halves’ cliché perfectly.

Fredericks: We dug in deep and showed a lot of character
Ryan Fredericks says West Ham United are regaining their solidity at the back after earning points against Liverpool and Crystal Palace in the last week.

Hammers stars attend Rich Energy Haas F1 livery unveiling
West Ham United women’s stars Claire Rafferty, Adriana Leon and Becky Spencer were the illustrious guests of Rich Energy at the launch of Haas F1’s new livery.

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