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Sporting KC acquires West Ham defender Winston Reid on loan

Peter Vermes explains the intangibles Alan Pulido will bring to Sporting Kansas City this season.

Sporting Kansas City added to its defense Friday, acquiring Premier League veteran Winston Reid on loan from West Ham.

Reid, 31, has played 223 games with West Ham since 2010, with all but one of those seasons played at England's highest level. The club was relegated in 2011-12 before making its return the following season.

A native of New Zealand, Reid scored six goals with West Ham and had two assists over his nine seasons with the club, which finished as high as seventh in the Premier League...

Man City vs. West Ham postponed due to extreme weather conditions

Pep Guardiola quickly shuns the rumours surrounding Lionel Messi to Manchester City.
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Alejandro Moreno says Manchester City don't stand a chance against Real Madrid given their current form.
Craig Burley speculates whether or not Pep Guardiola has started thinking about life after Manchester City.

Manchester City's Premier League clash against West Ham at the Etihad on Sunday has been postponed because of Storm Ciara.

Severe winds and heavy rain have caused disruption across the country, with more than 200 flood warnings issued and winds expected to hit up to 90 mph.

City, who are 22 points behind leaders Liverpool, would have had the opportunity to open a five-point gap on third-place Leicester with a win, while victory have seen 18th-place West Ham move out of the relegation zone.

"Due...

Liverpool's win at West Ham almost makes you feel sorry for the rest of the Premier League

Liverpool moves 19 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a routine 2-0 win over West Ham.

LONDON -- It started quietly at first. A few rogue voices piped up from the crowd, flamboyantly tempting fate, voicing theoretical hubris. Then it got a bit louder, as if more Liverpool fans allowed themselves to vocalise what the rest of us have known has been inevitable for a while now.

At first it was a variation, sticking with the purely factual "Now you'd better believe us, we're champions of the world." Then as the game went on, they indulged themselves. "We're gonna win the league," they...