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West Ham United

 By Peter Thorne

Allardyce can be forgiven for defensive strategy in visit to Man City

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce believes his side should have won against Stoke City after scoring an early goal.

At face value the loss of striker Diafra Sakho to a pulled thigh muscle might seem to be a bitter blow to West Ham. Although reports of the severity of the injury seem to have be slightly-exaggerated -- it is thought now that the Senegalese international won't necessarily be out for the reminder of the season -- it is still a massive setback for a team that has struggled for points since January.

With only one recognised first-choice striker in Enner Valencia and a useful option from the bench...

 By Peter Thorne

Marko Arnautovic's late equaliser adds to West Ham United's woes

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce believes his side should have won against Stoke City after scoring an early goal.

There are few things worse in football than a 95th-minute goal that denies your side points; worse when it comes so late there's barely time to restart the game.

That was the situation at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon, as Stoke City had Marko Arnautovic to thank for a point in a 1-1 draw that kept them level with West Ham in the Premier League.

Inevitably, tempers were strained around the Boleyn postmatch, but even the hardest-hearted Hammer had to concede Stoke were worth their point. Indeed,...

 By Peter Thorne

Sam Allardyce future continues to dominate agenda at West Ham

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce spoke on Friday about their season targets and their weekend Premier League fixture against Stoke.

There's been a lot of discussion on West Ham fan sites regarding the team's inability to raise their game against opposition at either end of the table.

Facing teams scrapping for vital points as they try to qualify for the Champions League or to escape the Championship, it's being widely suggested that Sam Allardyce's mid-table team don't have sufficient motivation to roll up their sleeves and battle.

That being the case, Saturday's game against Stoke City should provide some relief. Mark Hughes'...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham's loss to Leicester City adds pressure on Sam Allardyce

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce believes his side should have at least drew with Leicester City in what he called a 'very entertaining match for the neutrals'.
Leciester City's manager Nigel Pearson believes there is a fine line between winning, drawing and losing in the Premier League.

With contract negotiations due to start at the end of the season, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce certainly didn't make things easy for himself by overseeing a desperately disappointing defeat to bottom club Leicester City.

The Hammers' 2-1 defeat in a highly entertaining match at the King Power Stadium, was a delight for the neutral and a real boost for Nigel Pearson's side's battle against relegation but, once again, the Claret and Blue seem to be the perennial whipping boys when a change of fortune...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham must avoid complacency against desperate Leicester City

Sam Allardyce and West Ham will need a win against Leicester City if they want to keep the club's slim hopes of playing in the Europa League alive.

After a two-week international break, West Ham resumes Premier League action against bottom of the table Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

This should be one of those games that West Ham will be looking forward to with relish. With some players refreshed after a week's break, some given a boost from a number of successful international appearances, and others able to use the time to shake off a few nagging injuries, a game against the bottom club would look to be a good opportunity to build...

Newcastle, Sunderland, West Ham and QPR all tough jobs, so who fits the bill?

John Carver's keeping the seat warm at Newcastle, but let's be honest: it's a good job if you fancy a challenge.

As the 2014-15 Premier League season enters its final furlong, some of England's biggest clubs are already preparing for next season. Two major full-time managerial vacancies already exist, at Newcastle United and Sunderland; two more are likely to open up at West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. Iain Macintosh scours the job pages.

Newcastle United (Current manager: John Carver)

PROS: The trophy cabinet begs to differ but don't be fooled. This is still one of the biggest clubs in the country....