Emery, Destro, Tombides and De Boer: Saturday's news

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Saturday, 6th June 2015

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West Ham miss out on Unai Emery as manager stays at Sevilla
Unai Emery, the double Europa League-winning coach, has distanced himself from a possible move to West Ham by committing his future to Sevilla until 2017.

Guillem Balague confirms Unai Emery turned West Ham down after contact
The Sevilla boss will reportedly stay with the Europa League champions instead of joining West Ham.

Report: West Ham and Crystal Palace eye ambitious move for Italian international Mattia Destro
The AS Roma striker has recently been on loan at AC Milan and was linked with a ?20 million move to Chelsea and Arsenal last year.

Dylan Tombides Tribute Match set for Sunday
West Ham United are delighted to support the launch of the Dylan Tombides Tribute Match hosted by Perth Soccer Club.

Hammer McNess ready for pro boxing debut
Sam McNess, the son of former professional boxer Steve McNess, will go head to head with Hull resident Paul O'Brien in his first ever professional fight on Friday 12 June.

West Ham miss out on Sevilla boss Unai Emery as he pens new deal with La Liga club
Emery had flown into London earlier this week for talks with the Hammers, but has opted to stay with the Europa League winners

Ajax boss Frank de Boer will NOT take charge at Newcastle or West Ham
FRANK DE BOER will not leave Ajax for the the vacant roles at Newcastle or West Ham.

West Ham wise to sign Spanish midfielder?
For a number of months now, West Ham have reportedly been attempting to capture the signature of 23-year-old Pedro Obiang.

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