In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 2nd April 2019

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Declan Rice responds to Man Utd and Man City transfer rumours
West Ham ace Declan Rice recently made his England debut and has been linked with transfers to both Man Utd and Man City

Ref Watch: Was Cardiff manager Neil Warnock right to criticise Premier League referees?
Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher gives us his verdict from the weekend's games.

West Ham too 'mentally weak' to clinch Europa League spot, fears Pablo Zabaleta
Pablo Zabaleta believes West Ham lack the mental strength to seal a possible Europa League place this season.

Pellegrini not willing to give up on fight for seventh
Manuel Pellegrini is refusing to give up hope that his West Ham United team can finish seventh in the Premier League.

Flaherty: My teammates told me I'd score against Chelsea
Gilly Flaherty has had to wait a long time for her first West Ham United goal, but it was written in the stars that the women's captain would score on Sunday.

Loan watch: Wins for Cullen and Browne, debuts for Haksabanovic and Samuelsen
Marcus Browne was also on winning side for his loan club at the weekend, providing an assist for Jerome Sinclair's goal as Oxford United continued their rise up EFL League One with a 2-1 home win over Wycombe Wanderers.

Zabaleta: We have not been consistent enough
Pablo Zabaleta knows exactly what ingredients a team needs to finish high enough in the Premier League table to secure European qualification.

Hammers on song
A number of the first team squad have been in the recording studios to record a selection of songs for an EP likely to be released for charity.

The opposition view: Everton
Everton fans are briefly under the impression that it's 1984 all over again as a team of 'world-beaters' in Blue secure a 2-0 win against the less-than-mightly Hammers in Stratford. Feel the warm glow of overexuberance in your latest edition of the OV...

Anderson back for Chelsea trip
Manuel Pellegrini says that Felipe Anderson and Mark Noble should both return in time to feature against Chelsea next weekend.

No singing the blues
West Ham United's first team stars will not be recording a charity EP in the near future - despite our piece this morning intimating that would indeed be the case.

We could've lost by six, admits Rice
Declan Rice says that West Ham were so poor they could have conceded "five or six goals" in Saturday's defeat against Everton.

Supporters group announce next meeting date
New supporters group Hammers United have released details of their next public meeting, to which all fans are invited.

Rice dismisses transfer speculation
Declan Rice says he is ignoring speculation regarding his immediate future.

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