In brief - Monday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Monday, 6th April 2015

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From the Boardroom - David Gold
I'm no different to the travelling fans. We feel a bit disappointed at getting beaten by a team that's deep in a relegation fight.

Adrian left to rue 'lucky' winner
Adrian was disappointed that his first half penalty save from David Nugent did not act as the catalyst for West Ham United to go on and claim three points at Leicester City on Saturday.

Manager on Monday
Sam Allardyce is determined not to alter West Ham United's attacking philosophy in the pursuit of points following Saturday's 2-1 loss at Leicester City.

Reported West Ham striker target Ishak Belfodil admits he will make free transfer move
Parma striker Ishak Belfodil has told FC Inter News that he will leave the club on a free transfer this summer amid reported interest from West Ham United.

West Ham fans slam Kevin Nolan on Twitter after Leicester City performance
West Ham United lost to relegation scrapping Leicester City yesterday at the King Power Stadium. Goals from Esteban Cambiasso and Andy King did the business for The Foxes, despite a strike from Cheikhou Kouyate for The Hammers.

Allardyce bemoans West Ham's lack of clinical finishing
Sam Allardyce bemoaned West Ham's failure to get anything out of their 2-1 defeat at bottom club Leicester on Saturday.

Adrian and Diego Poyet react on Twitter to West Ham United's defeat to Leicester City
West Ham United duo Adrian and Diego Poyet have taken to social networking site Twitter to express their disappointment at failing to win against Leicester City on Saturday.

Report: Glenn Hoddle linked with replacing Big Sam at West Ham
Glenn Hoddle has emerged as the latest name to be linked with replacing Sam Allardyce at West Ham United, according to the Sunday Mirror.

Leicester City 2-1 West Ham United: Andy King proves the hero as relegation threatened Foxes leave it late to earn vital three points
It was not particularly pretty but Andy King's 86th minute winner has kept Leicester City's hopes of Premier League survival alive, at least for now.

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