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West Ham United

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham seek return to winning ways versus a familiar face

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce discusses how a good result against Crystal Palace on Saturday will get his team back on track to challenge the 'Big Boys' in the top six.

After the controversial 2-2 draw with Tottenham, West Ham face another local derby this weekend as ex-manager Alan Pardew returns to Upton Park with his Crystal Palace side.

West Ham fans are generally ambivalent about seeing Pardew back in the dugout at the Boleyn, remembering both good and bad times under the former Palace defender. The erstwhile Boleyn boss had a torrid time when he first arrived at Upton Park from Reading, but he gradually gained respect and promotion, eventually taking the...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham's Allardyce must defend his tactics after Spurs draw

West Ham dominated for large parts of the game but ultimately claimed just one point.

West Ham suffered last-minute heartbreak at White Hart Lane as Tottenham came back from 2-0 down to secure a draw with the last kick of the match.

It was far more than Spurs deserved as the Hammers had dominated play throughout and never really looked in trouble, even after the home side pulled a fortunate goal back with just nine minutes to play. When the equalising goal came from a rebound off a saved penalty, Sam Allardyce will have been cursing his luck.

A win at the home of West Ham's fiercest...

Kane saves a point for Tottenham after West Ham lose control

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Harry Kane goal (90'+6') Tottenham 2-2 West Ham United
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Danny Rose goal (81') Tottenham 1-2 West Ham United
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Diafra Sakho goal (62') Tottenham 0-2 West Ham United
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Cheikhou Kouyate goal (22') Tottenham 0-1 West Ham United

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Tottenham and West Ham's 2-2 draw in the Premier League.

1. Another Tottenham late show

White Hart Lane was understandably a buoyant place given that the home side came back from two goals down to salvage an exceedingly late 2-2 draw with West Ham.

However, the wonder is not that this habit of earning late points -- that's now 16 this season -- is still the trend, but how long it can last? It's almost a contradiction, but in spite of how well they finished this game, Spurs...

 By Peter Thorne

Plenty to lose for both sides in West Ham's Sam Allardyce debate

West Brom forward Brown Ideye notched a brace in a 4-0 rout of West Ham as the Baggies reached the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.

Right from the day that Sam Allardyce was named as West Ham manager, there has been a significant and very vocal section that have been unhappy with the appointment. It's often been said that West Ham and Allardyce have slotted together like the proverbial square peg in a round hole and the whole marriage has been one of convenience. If that's the case, then there are indications the relationship may soon end in divorce.

Allardyce's contract expires at the end of the season. Despite protests to the...

Andy Carroll posts knee surgery photos on Instagram

Andy Carroll tore knee ligaments in West Ham's 0-0 draw with Southampton and will miss the rest of the season.

What can you do after a serious knee injury but keep fans posted as to your recovery?

This might be the mindset of West Ham striker Andy Carroll, who tore knee ligaments during the Hammers' 0-0 draw with Southampton on Feb. 11 and underwent corrective surgery on Tuesday.

Though his status -- out for the remainder of the 2014-15 season -- was already obvious, we think these pictures he posted on Instagram confirm that prognosis ...

 By Peter Thorne

Sam Allardyce to face the flak after West Ham's shameful FA Cup show

Brown Ideye scored twice as West Brom cruise to the FA Cup quarterfinals.

West Ham United were dumped out of the FA Cup in an ignominious fashion by a rampant West Bromwich Albion side rejuvenated under Tony Pulis.

The 4-0 drubbing was not a harsh scoreline and it could have been much, much worse for Sam Allardyce's men, who managed to save their worst performance of the season for arguably their most important game. Goals from Brown Ideye were supported by one apiece from James Morrison and Saido Berahino, after the Hammers had been reduced to 10 men following the sending...