Demel, Allardyce, Collymore and Gold: Saturday's news

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Saturday, 11th April 2015

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Big Sam on: Stoke City
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce faced the press ahead of Saturday's game with Stoke City.

National fever strikes Hammers
Grand National fever has hit Chadwell Heath in the shape of the annual West Ham United sweepstake.

Demel: "We need the three points"
West Ham United defender Guy Demel insists the Hammers must not underestimate Stoke City when the two sides meet on Saturday 11 April.

Sam Allardyce plans for next season with West Ham
Manager Sam Allardyce says he is planning for next season with West Ham despite his contract at Upton Park expiring in the summer.

West Ham United vs Stoke City: Team news, kick-off time, probable line-ups, odds and stats for the Premier League clash Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action
Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and Opta stats. Here is all the information you need for West Ham's home clash with Stoke...

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce: People who doubt me have got short memories
Sam Allardyce claims anyone who thinks he's been a failure at West Ham has a short memory.

Stan Collymore suggests former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez would suit West Ham United
Former Liverpool star Stan Collymore backs former Chelsea interim boss Rafael Benitez to be good manager for West Ham United.

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Stoke a 'must-win', says Gold
Co-chairman David Gold has hailed Saturday's clash with Stoke City as a must-win game.

Liverpool linked with Jenkinson bid
Liverpool are the latest club to be linked with a move for West Ham United's on-loan full back Carl Jenkinson.

Allardyce: 'I don't know if I'll be here next year'
Sam Allardyce claimed this morning that he has no idea whether he'll still be employed by West Ham come next season.

Hughes wants revenge for November slip-up Stoke may be arriving at the Boleyn on the back of three consecutive defeats
- but are also unbeaten in their last two visits to east London.

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