In brief - Thursday's news round-up

  • by Jack Hammer
  • Thursday, 19th March 2015

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Loan round up
Elliot Lee played the full game in Luton Town's 1-0 defeat away at Newport County. Aaron O'Connor first half strike proved to be the difference between the two sides.
http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2015/March/18-March/Loan-round-up

From the Treatment Room
We will start with the positive news, which is that Carlton Cole has recovered from the hamstring injury he suffered at Tottenham Hotspur on 22 February.
http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2015/March/18-March/From-the-Treatment-Room

Jenkinson ready to face fired up Black Cats
Carl Jenkinson is expecting Sunderland to come out fighting in Saturday's game at the Boleyn Ground.
http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2015/March/18-March/Jenkinson-ready-to-face-fired-up-Black-Cats

West Ham star pinpoints duo as Sunderland's biggest threats
Sunderland travel to the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, and Stewart Downing has told the official West Ham website which two stars the Hammers must watch out for.
http://hereisthecity.com/en-gb/2015/03/18/west-ham-star-outlines-two-biggest-sunderland-threats/?

West Ham striker Nene continues his love affair with former club PSG
Despite being in the crowd for PSG's victory over Chelsea, West Ham striker Nene missed David Luiz's dramatic equaliser because he left early to avoid the crowds
http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/row-zed/west-ham-striker-nene-continues-5347498

Forget David Moyes, here's why West Ham should target Jurgen Klopp to replace Sam Allardyce ahead of Olympic Stadium switch
Sam Allardyce's uneasy relationship withthe locals at West Ham United is down to the perception his teams play dull football.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2999828/Forget-David-Moyes-s-West-Ham-target-Jurgen-Klopp-replace-Sam-Allardyce-ahead-Olympic-Stadium-switch.html

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.
http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/west-ham-will-hit-top-eight-target-says-assistant-manager-neil-mcdonald-10114583.html

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