In brief: Thursday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Thursday, 28th November 2019

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David Moyes 'wants a long-term contract at either Everton or West Ham' as both clubs look for new managers
David Moyes wants assurances that any potential suitor will hand him a long term deal in the wake of interest from struggling former clubs Everton and West Ham.

David Moyes could make shock West Ham comeback if club sack Manuel Pellegrini
West Ham could consider a shock move to bring back David Moyes as manager if they sack Manuel Pellegrini.

Copa Libertadores hero Gabriel Barbosa 'could join West Ham or Crystal Palace' if Flamengo cannot agree deal as Inter Milan look to spark bidding war for ?26m-rated striker
Flamengo's Copa Libertadores hero Gabigol could be set for a January move to Crystal Palace or West Ham, according to reports.

Conor Coventry: We're playing with intent, pace, precision and quality
West Ham United U23s captain Conor Coventry says his side will need a 'massive performance' against Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday if they are to qualify for the knockout stages of the Premier League International Cup.

James Collins: I think about West Ham United every day
James Collins returned to London Stadium to a hero's welcome on Saturday.

On This Day: Sinclair goal defeats Liverpool
Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, in association with Basset & Gold....

Carlton Cole: I'm happy to help the next generation
Former West Ham United frontman Carlton Cole is happy to be shaping the next generation of Hammers at the Academy of Football.

As it happened: Brighton U23s 1-3 West Ham United U23s
6pm: Good evening, and a very warm welcome to The People's Pension Stadium in Crawley, where West Ham United U23s are set to take on Brighton U23s in a do-or-die Premier League International Cup clash.

Dmitri Halajko: U23s deserve to progress in Premier League International Cup
West Ham United U23s deserve the opportunity to progress from the group stages of the Premier League International Cup, according to Lead Coach Dmitri Halajko.

Ramble meets James Saban
West Ham Kit Manager James Saban, who has now been in the role for 12 years at the club, has spoken of the changes to his job and the levels of organisation required to manage the vast amounts of kit now required by a top level football club.

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