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West Ham United

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham get the job done to survive a weekend of FA Cup shocks

West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal walk away with fourth-round FA Cup wins a day after three top sides were defeated by lower-league opposition.

West Ham United carried out a thoroughly professional job in their hard-fought victory over League One side Bristol City in the fourth round of the FA Cup, going through 1-0 after Diafra Sakho had headed in Andy Carroll's superb cross.

In a weekend of FA Cup shocks, Sam Allardyce's men wouldn't normally be the team to bring a bit of order to the growing list of Premier League casualties. They prevailed, though, and turned on the extra class to progress. The manager's plea not to waste the effort...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham use full arsenal in second half showcase against Hull

Second-half goals from Andy Carroll, Morgan Amalfitano and Stewart Downing saw the Hammers take all three points against a struggling Hull side at Upton Park.

The jeers that rang out from the stands at Upton Park at halftime as the West Ham players trooped off following a goalless first half against lowly Hull City weren't as strong as those that greeted the team at the final whistle of the corresponding game last season. But there was still a great deal of frustration in a 45 minute period in which the visitors had looked livelier and more likely to score.

Nobody need have worried though. Whatever emotion manager Sam Allardyce felt when he cupped...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham's FA Cup glory shows how far the club has come

Adrian celebrates after sending West Ham into the fourth round of the FA Cup on Tuesday night following a shootout win over Everton.

There was so much going on in West Ham's third-round FA Cup replay win against Everton, it was inevitable the match would be revisited and some smaller issues that occurred would be given a few more column inches.

One of those incidents was the argument between Mark Noble and James Tomkins that forced substitute captain Kevin Nolan to separate the two as it looked as if they may come to blows, possibly stopping referee Neil Swarbrick from producing a yellow card in the process.

Reports that there...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham and Adrian show a flair for the dramatic in FA Cup win vs. Everton

The ESPN FC team delve deeper into Everton's continued struggles as they were eliminated from the FA Cup on penalties by West Ham.
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian put home his penalty kick to end the match vs. Everton and send the Toffees out of the FA Cup.

West Ham won a pulsating 3rd Round FA Cup replay against Everton going through 9-8 on penalties after the match finished 2-2 following extra time. Hammers keeper Adrian slotted home the winning penalty after Everton's stopper Joel Robles thudded the bar with a thunderbolt shot of his own from the spot. The Boleyn crowd went wild for two reasons. This seemed like a match that was destined to slip away against the Hammers' bogey side, and there has always been a feeling that the winners of this tie...

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West Ham prevail after epic FA Cup third round replay vs. Everton

West Ham's hero on the night, keeper-come-penalty-scorer Adrian.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from West Ham and Everton's 2-2 draw in an FA Cup third round replay, which West Ham won 9-8 on penalties.

1. Hammers survive FA Cup classic

Here then, the magic of the FA Cup. Breathless, brilliant entertainment followed a tawdry first half as the pendulum swung from West Ham to Everton, before, with his first touch, substitute Carlton Cole added the drama of a penalty shoot-out with a late Hammers equaliser.

There is no word in the English language that Roberto Martinez...

 By Peter Thorne

Carroll shines, but Hammers need to stop set-piece frailties

West Ham took a point from the Liberty Stadium, where Swansea City have only lost one game all season, but the Hammers might be disappointed by the 1-1 draw, after Andy Carroll once again tormented the home side in a repeat of his recent performances against the Welsh side.

This was a game that seemed as much about who wasn't on display as who was. The Africa Cup of Nations had called on the services of Wilfred Bony for the Swans, while Cheikhou Kouyate was on duty for Senegal and missing from...