In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

  • by Jack Hammer
  • Tuesday, 10th February 2015

Get the very latest West Ham news in one place, with our handy new daily media round-up.

West Ham's injury woes continue
As the fixtures come thick and fast, West Ham United head down to the south-coast tomorrow night beset with central defender injury problems.

Robin Van Persie gave me the elbow - Tomkins
Robin Van Persie has been accused of "maliciously" elbowing West Ham defender James Tomkin, who must now face Southampton at St Mary's Stadium tomorrow with a broken nose.

Agent: Italian football is perfect for controversial playmaker
Ravel Morrison's controversial time with West Ham United finally came to an end on Sunday, with the Hammers terminating Morrison's contract.

West Ham star vital in draw
West Ham United will count themselves very unlucky not to have ended their match against Manchester United with all three points.

QPR should sign this 'brilliant' manager
Allardyce is currently performing above expectations with West Ham United, looking on course for a top half finish - and maybe even a place in next season's Europa League.

West Ham unlucky not to beat Manchester United
Manchester United salvaged a draw against West Ham at the Boleyn, scoring two minutes into injury time in a game they never deserved to get anything from. For the West Ham faithful, this is one of those situations where a draw feels more like a defeat.

Allardyce salutes out of position heroics
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce lavished praised on Cheikhou Kouyate's tactical awareness after he filled in as a makeshift centre-back against Manchester United on Sunday.

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The opposition view... Manchester United
Although the point was generally seen as a decent result, Manchester United fans were rather more scathing about their manager and his tactical approach to yesterday's game - despite LVG having lost just one of his last 17 games...

Tomkins: Fellaini broke my nose
James Tomkins has revealed he suffered a broken nose following a second half challenge by Manchester United substitute Marouane Fellaini.

Allardyce on... Manchester United
Sam Allardyce was delighted with his team's performance, even if he was less enthused by the result. Read what he had to say - and what he refused to say - in his post-match press conference.

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