In brief - Wednesday's news round-up

  • by Jack Hammer
  • Wednesday, 18th March 2015

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West Ham set for Allardyce talks with Moyes, Benitez and Bilic on list of possible replacements
West Ham plan to discuss Sam Allardyce's future before the end of the month, amid speculation that Sunderland remain keen to recruit him next summer.

Sunderland's managerial change will make life hard for us, says West Ham's Sam Allardyce
New Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat is looking for a flying start to his reign, which kicks-off against Sam Allardyce's West Ham on Saturday

West Ham will hit top eight target, says assistant manager Neil McDonald
West Ham assistant manager Neil McDonald has assured Hammers fans that the club are still aiming for a top eight finish despite their recent poor run of form.

West Ham CHASING ex-Manchester United manager David Moyes
WEST HAM chiefs have reportedly singled out ex-Manchester United boss David Moyes as the man to replace Sam Allardyce in the summer.

Adrian: "We know we can win
In-form goalkeeper Adrian is relishing the prospect of bouncing back from the 3-0 defeat against Arsenal when the Hammers entertain Sunderland this Saturday.

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It never rains! Doneil Henry out for rest of the season
West Ham's on-loan centre half Doneil Henry has been ruled out for the rest of the season after sustaining a serious hamstring injury at the weekend.

Collison credits Allardyce and Nolan for dressing room unity
Former Hammer Jack Collison believes that West Ham's re-establishment as a Premier League force is largely down to two of the club's more controversial characters.

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