In brief - Saturday's news round-up

  • by Jack Hammer
  • Saturday, 21st March 2015

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West Ham manager Sam Allardyce tells co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan he has nothing to prove ahead of Sunderland
Allardyce's future remains uncertain as he goes into Saturday's match having not won in the Barclays Premier League since January 18 against Hull City.

West Ham eye Eddie Howe as manager with Sam Allardyce contract saga dragging on
Hammers have been considering Real Sociedad's David Moyes but now 37-year-old in charge of Championship high flyers Bournemouth is on the radar too

Preview - Sunderland
West Ham United host struggling Sunderland at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday as they bid to bring to an end a seven-game winless run in the Barclays Premier League.

Sam Allardyce wants West Ham to finish the season strongly and secure 'hero status'
The Hammers have slipped to 10th following a bright start but Big Sam wants a grandstand finish - starting with the visit of struggling Sunderland

West Ham warning to fans over Adam Johnson abuse
Sunderland have lifted his suspension following arrest on suspicion of sexual activity with 15-year-old and Dick Advocaat is intending to take him to Upton Park

Latest updates

Advocaat confirms Johnson can play
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat insisted today that every player in his squad has the opportunity to feature at the Boleyn Ground tomorrow - including Adam Johnson.

'Not good enough' Zarate failing to prove Allardyce wrong
Mauro Zarate has been on loan at Queens Park Rangers for 78 days - and played for a total of just 71 minutes.

What has happened to our production line of talent?
The history of West Ham United shows that until relatively recently we have a good record of producing a steady flow of players who have gone on to achieve great things in the game, albeit in all too many cases with clubs other than our own.

When we were kings of Europe: a distant memory not forgotten
It would have been very nice to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our greatest-ever achievement with a return to Europe.

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