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Ahmed Elmohamady wanted by West Ham
AHMED Elmohamady is wanted by promotion- chasing West Ham.
Sunderland’s Egyptian winger admitted this week that his future may lie away from Wearside, after failing to make a single start under Martin O’Neill.
And the Hammers could offer him an escape route – but only if Sam Allardyce’s side return to the Premier League.
Elmohamady is only interested in joining another top-flight side in England and that means any move to Upton Park would depend on how West Ham fare in the play-offs if they fail to secure automatic promotion
The 24-year-old appears to have no future at Sunderland under O’Neill, after being restricted to just 32 minutes in seven sub appearances since the Irishman took over at the beginning of December.
O’Neill even allowed him to link up with his national side for a training camp this month.
Ricardo Vaz Te's on top scoring form
WEST HAM LEGEND TONY COTTEE CALLS FOR PROMOTION PUSH
TONY COTTEE has told West Ham to show some bottle as they battle for a return to the Premier League.
And Hammers legend Cottee has urged Sam Allardyce to send his players on a ruthless Fox hunt to secure a chance of snatching a top flight berth through the Championship play-offs.
West Ham’s bid for an automatic promotion place was undone by a run of five consecutive draws last month.
Despite that, Portuguese striker Ricardo Vaz Te, 25, has scored ten goals in 11 games since his £500,000 move from Barnsley in January.
And Cottee says he’s confident Allardyce can bring new momentum in his squad to help secure promotion in a play-off final at Wembley.
West Ham face Leicester, another of Cottee’s former clubs, at the King Power Stadium tomorrow.
And the ex-England striker says Allardyce and the likes of Vaz Te should use their remaining fixtures to launch their glory bid.
He said: “The one thing that the Hammers will need between now and the end of the season is momentum – and that starts by winning their last two league games, starting with Leicester tomorrow night.
“I know the Foxes fans like to make the most of their last home game of the season.
“But the one thing that could work in West Ham’s favour is that Leicester are playing for nothing now that they cannot reach the play-offs.
“West Ham must win to build confidence and I think that they should just about manage to get back to winning ways.
“Now we will find out whether this West Ham team has the bottle to perform under pressure. It is time for the players to stand up and be counted. There is nowhere left to hide.
“Then all being well, with the final at Wembley, it would feel like another away day, which can only help.”
Hammers skipper Kevin Nolan believes West Ham will return to the Premier League via the play-offs.
Nolan, who went up with Bolton in similar style, said: “I am confident if we have to go through the play-offs for promotion we will do it.
“You have to be confident and we are as a team.
“We’ve had a lot of changes but have come a long way in a short space of time.
“I think everyone at the club deserves praise for how they’ve helped – from players to behind-the-scenes staff.”
West Ham have the biggest squad, the highest wage bill and are the best supported side in the Championship.
Nolan, 29, signed a five-year deal at Upton Park following his £3.5million transfer from Newcastle and a £50,000-a-week contract.
It’s the third time he has played under Allardyce – Newcastle and Bolton being the other clubs they have worked together.
Allardyce also made him captain and Newcastle will be cheering on West Ham as they will receive an extra £500,000 for him if they go up.
Nolan added: “We’ve had a lot of pressure on us all season.
“We were in the top two for a long spell. We’re third now only because we have drawn more than we have lost.
“At the end of the day, we want to give our fans what they deserve and that’s being back in the Premier League.”
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MAIL ON SUNDAY
Wayne Rooney is on the shortlist for the Great Britain Olympic football squad, even though Team GB manager Stuart Pearce has promised no one will play at both this summer's European Championship and the London Games.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Alex Ferguson blew his top after learning Wayne Rooney is in line for a shock call-up for Team GB at this summer's Olympics.
Also: Papiss Cisse bagged a string of scoring records to steer Newcastle a step nearer Champions League football.
Chelsea have been condemned for their negative approach after beating Barcelona in the Champions League.
Also: Mario Balotelli has vowed to clean up his act and be more professional on the field.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Sir Alex Ferguson revealed last night that his preparations for next season are in 'chaos' with Wayne Rooney one of a possible 14 Man United players on call for the Olympics.
Also: Robin van Persie insisted that he is NOT holding transfer talks with Barcelona despite being seen in their London hotel on Wednesday night.
Sir Alex Ferguson is fuming after Stuart Pearce called up 10 Manchester United first-teamers for the Olympics - including Wayne Rooney.
Also: Roberto Di Matteo will be interviewed by Roman Abramovich for the Chelsea manager's job if his side reach the Champions League final by knocking out Barcelona on Tuesday.
Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that Manchester United's start to next season is in 'absolute chaos' due to the Olympic Games.
Carlo Ancelotti has included two Premier League strikers in a 100m euro (£82m) summer reinforcement list for Paris St Germain.
Also: Chelsea expect to be bolstered by the return of Didier Drogba for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final in Barcelona on Tuesday night despite the Ivorian still being troubled by a knee injury sustained during last week's narrow victory over the holders.
Manchester City are expected to offer Roberto Mancini a new contract at the end of the season but they are seeking assurances from him that he has taken on some of the club's concern about his management style.
THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
Manchester United's manager Sir Alex Ferguson has reacted with incredulity to having a dozen players - including Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs - put on standby for the Olympic Games tournament that clashes with British clubs' pre-season preparations.
Also: In making eight changes for a critical London derby yesterday, Chelsea decided to put most of their eggs in the Champions League basket, hoping Barcelona do not make a Spanish omelette with them on Tuesday.
Manchester United are targeting Everton left-back Leighton Baines, 27, as a summer replacement for ageing full-back Patrice Evra, 31. The Reds may offer just £5m for the England international.
Fresh from defeating rivals Barcelona in El Clasico, Real Madrid have their sights set on Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards. Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is a known admirer of the 23-year-old, and considered bidding for him when Chelsea boss.
Mail on Sunday
Nineteen-year-old Athletic Bilbao winger-striker Iker Muniain, who received his first cap for Spain earlier in the year, has caught the eye of Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. But the Old Trafford club will have to shell out £29.5m for his services, according to the player's agent.
Newcastle are already in the hunt for bargain signings to improve their squad for next season, says manager Alan Pardew. "We're looking at one or two players that we think might help us," he revealed.
Serbia international Adem Ljajic, 20, is a summer target for Arsenal. The Fiorentina midfield man's age and technical ability appeal to Arsene Wenger.
Valencia and Spain left-back Jordi Alba is wanted at Old Trafford, though Manchester United will have to fork out £15m for the 23-year-old's services.
Tottenham are yet to offer experienced central defender Ledley King a contract to play at White Hart Lane next season. The 31-year-old has a chronic knee injury that limits his training and playing time, though he has managed 20 Premier League appearances this term.
Tottenham are set to sign French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris for £10 million.
Everton are considering a move for Fulham's top-scorer Clint Dempsey.
Man City's owners have told Roberto Mancini that he must change his management style next season.
Roberto Mancini has been asked by Manchester City's hierarchy to demonstrate that he has learned lessons this campaign and will adapt his management style for next season. If the Italian can prove his worth, he will be offered a new contract to remain in charge at Eastlands.
Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney, 26, is on the 80-strong list of players who could be called up to play for Team GB at the Olympics, despite temporary England coach Stuart Pearce saying no players who take part in Euro 2012 will appear at London 2012.
Mail on Sunday
Former Dutch masters Edwin van der Sar and Ronald Koeman have both criticised Chelsea for their style of play against Barcelona in the Champions League. "For the sake of the game and for football in general, I hope Barcelona win in the Nou Camp," said former Manchester United goalkeeper Van der Sar, 41.
Meanwhile, Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, 35, is injured and may miss the Blues' Champions League semi-final second leg tie at Barcelona on Tuesday, according to boss Roberto di Matteo. "He's got a problem with his knee," revealed the Chelsea manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Northern Ireland centre back Jonny Evans, 24, has developed into "arguably the best defender in the country" while playing alongside the experienced Rio Ferdinand for Manchester United this season.
Aston Villa are monitoring the availability of the top scorer in the Dutch premier division, Bas Dost of Heerenveen. Dost, 22, has netted 28 goals in the Eredivisie.
Tottenham's recent poor run of Premier League form - only one win in their last nine matches - is the fault of their paper-thin squad, says boss Harry Redknapp. "We had what we had today and that was all," Redknapp said after losing 1-0 at QPR on Saturday.
Chelsea must make Roberto di Matteo the club's permanent manager, according to Ruud Gullit. The former boss at Stamford Bridge, who signed Di Matteo as a player, said: "He has done a terrific job."
Aberdeen boss Craig Brown handed a debut to 16-year-old Cammy Smith in the Dons' 2-0 defeat of Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday, and said of the young substitute: "He is really outstanding and is the Dennis Bergkamp of Aberdeen."
Full story: Daily Record
A Copa Argentina clash between hosts Racing Club and Sarmiento was halted temporarily as officials had to remove a dozen walking sticks and crutches from the playing surface. The sarcastic protest by home supporters spurred on Racing, who went on to claim a 2-0 victory.
VAN PERSIE EXPLAINS BARCA HOTEL VISIT
Robin van Persie says his visit to Barcelona's team hotel this week was perfectly innocent.
WENGER PLANS VAN PERSIE TALKS
Arsene Wenger is hoping Robin van Persie signs a new deal at Arsenal before Euro 2012.
DROGBA AN ASSET FOR ANYONE - REDKNAPP
Harry Redknapp would be interested in Didier Drogba but wages may be a problem.
DI MATTEO BACKS DROGBA TO GO ON
Roberto Di Matteo says Didier Drogba could play for Chelsea for another two years.
McLEISH EXPECTS AGBONLAHOR TO STAY
Alex McLeish expects Gabriel Agbonlahor to stay at Aston Villa for the rest of his career.
ASHWORTH: TOP EIGHT TOUGH TO CRACK
Dan Ashworth believes West Brom would have to spend £30m a year to crack the top eight.
BALE SHOULD STAY AT SPURS - HUGHES
QPR manager Mark Hughes has urged Gareth Bale to stay at Spurs for now.
MAN UNITED WAITING ON PAUL POGBA
Sir Alex Ferguson says Man Utd are waiting on Paul Pogba to decide if he wants to a new deal.
BALE HAPPY AT SPURS, SAYS REDKNAPP
Harry Redknapp insists Gareth Bale is happy at Spurs despite reported Barcelona interest.
CHEICK TIOTE SEES FUTURE WITH MAGPIES
In-demand midfielder Cheick Tiote insists he sees his future with Newcastle.
AGENT: DROGBA WANTS CHELSEA STAY
Didier Drogba wants to stay at Chelsea but his agent says he's the "master of his own fate".
FABIO TO LEAVE UNITED ON LOAN DEAL
Manchester United defender Fabio will spend next season on loan, probably in Portugal.
JOL HOPING TO KEEP HOLD OF DEMPSEY
Fulham manager Martin Jol has urged Clint Dempsey to stay at Craven Cottage.
GARTSIDE BACKS HARRY REDKNAPP
Phil Gartside is the first FA board member to publicly back Harry Redknapp for England.
RODGERS SETS SIGHTS ON 'NEXT LEVEL'
Brendan Rodgers wants Swansea to move up a level in their transfer targets this summer.
GESTEDE AND MASON COMMIT TO CARDIFF
Cardiff duo Joe Mason and Rudy Gestede have agreed new long-term deals.
SMITH OFFERED NEW IPSWICH DEAL
Ipswich have offered Tommy Smith a new contract to remain at Portman Road.
THE END OF O'DEA AT LEEDS
Darren O'Dea has been told he has no future at Leeds when his loan from Celtic ends.
TUFFEY PLAYING FOR FUTURE
Jonny Tuffey is playing for his future as Inverness seek to end the SPL season on a high.
CHELSEA ENCOURAGED IN WILLIAN PURSUIT
Shakhtar Donetsk's manager has told Chelsea that Willian is theirs for the right price.
MAN UNITED CHIEF SET FOR BUSY SUMMER
Manchester United chief executive David Gill is bracing himself for an "interesting" summer.
PLAYERS COULD LEAVE 'NEWCO' - PFA
Fraser Wishart says Rangers players could walk away for free if a new company is formed.
BAS DOST RULES OUT VILLA SWITCH
Heerenveen striker Bas Dost will not be moving to Aston Villa according to the player's agent.
MOSES CONTRACT TALKS BREAK DOWN
Victor Moses's agent has indicated the striker has halted talks over a new deal at Wigan.
CISSE: MAGPIES NEED TO KEEP STAR NAMES
Papiss Cisse has urged Newcastle to hang on to all their best players this summer.
BAGGIES DISCUSS NEW STEVEN REID DEAL
West Brom have opened talks with defender Steven Reid over a new deal.
CAULKER EAGER TO EARN HIS SPURS
Steven Caulker hopes to follow Kyle Walker and force his way into the Tottenham team.
RAUL TO LEAVE SCHALKE
Spanish striker Raul will not be extending his contract with Schalke and will leave in the summer.
LEE CLOSE TO BOLTON TRAINING RETURN
Bolton midfielder Lee Chung-yong is on track to return to first-team training next week.
O'NEILL VOWS TO KEEP STAR MEN
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is determined to hang on to his key players as this summer.
RANKIN TO EXTEND TANNADICE STAY
John Rankin is set to extend his stay at Dundee United after verbally agreeing to a new contract.
WARNOCK PLOTS BUSY SUMMER AT LEEDS
Leeds manager Neil Warnock has promised 'a lot of action in the summer'.
POGBA YET TO MAKE JUVE DECISION
Paul Pogba's agent has again stressed that he is yet to decide whether he will join Juventus.
EDDIE HOWE KEEN TO GET CRACKING
Burnley boss Eddie Howe wants to get business done early this summer but doesn't know his budget.
HODGSON DECIDED ON BAGGIES' SQUAD
Roy Hodgson says he has already decided which players he wants to keep at West Brom next season.
JOSH WRIGHT OFFERED NEW DEAL
Millwall midfielder Josh Wright has been offered a new contract by the Lions.
WARD EXTENDS RAMS CONTRACT
Derby forward Jamie Ward has signed a new two-year deal with the club.
HAMSIK HAPPY TO STAY AT NAPOLI
Reported Man City and Chelsea target Marek Hamsik insists he's happy at Napoli.
HIGGINBOTHAM IN DARK OVER FUTURE
Danny Higginbotham is unsure whether he will see out the final year of his contract at Stoke.
ROBBEN PLEASED BY JUVENTUS INTEREST
Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben admits he's pleased with Juventus' reported interest in him.
IBRAHIMOVIC REJECTS EXIT REPORTS
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has assured AC Milan's fans he will stay at the club next season.
DEL PIERO 'SCARED' OF LIFE AFTER JUVE
Alessandro Del Piero says the prospect of leaving Juventus this summer "scares him".
WOLVES RECALL CARL IKEME
Wolves have recalled goalkeeper Carl Ikeme from his loan spell at relegated Doncaster.
DELPIERRE HEADING TO HOFFENHEIM
Stuttgart's Matthieu Delpierre will join Hoffenheim on a free transfer at the end of the season.
HENNESSEY BLOW FOR WOLVES
Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is out for the season with a torn cruciate ligament.
LITTLE KNOWS HE MAY HAVE TO MOVE ON
Andy Little fears his Rangers career could be over at the end of the season.
MARIO BALOTELLI - I'M STAYING AT CITY
Mario Balotelli insists he has no intention of moving away from Manchester City.
JOHAN CRUYFF REJECTS LIVERPOOL LINK
Johan Cruyff has rejected rumours linking him with Liverpool's director of football role.
SWANS READY FOR SIGURDSSON BATTLE
Huw Jenkins expects Swansea to face a battle to sign Gylfi Sigurdsson.
COX PLANNING WEST BROM TALKS
Simon Cox is planning to discuss his future with West Brom after making just six league starts.
ZLATAN TO STAY WITH AC MILAN
AC Milan's Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent claims the striker is determined to stay at the club.
O'NEILL LOOKS TO STRENGTHEN
Martin O'Neill admits he will have to strengthen his Sunderland squad in the summer.
KAKUTA WANTS CHELSEA RETURN
Chelsea winger Gael Kakuta has warned them he does not want to be loan out again next season.
RYAN: ROVERS TRANSFER POLICY TO CHANGE
John Ryan says Doncaster are unlikely to continue their transfer policy with agent Willie McKay.
BLANC PLAYS DOWN CLUB TALK
France coach Laurent Blanc insists he has no intention of quitting his role after Euro 2012.
PULIS UNSURE OVER FULLER FUTURE
Stoke boss Tony Pulis has hinted Ricardo Fuller could leave the club at the end of the season.
MURRAY TO LEAVE SAINTS
St Mirren have confirmed Hugh Murray will leave the club at the end of the season.
HOLLOWAY SLAMS PHILLIPS' ROYALS LINK
Ian Holloway has rubbished rumours Matt Phillips is poised to leave Blackpool for Reading.
MARTIN KEEN TO STAY WITH TOWN
Lee Martin has revealed his desire to pen a new contract with Ipswich.
FELLAINI CALLS FOR SIGNINGS
Everton's Marouane Fellaini has called on the club's board to splash the cash this summer.
FERGIE UNHAPPY WITH OLYMPIC SQUAD
Sir Alex Ferguson is worried that the Olympics will affect Man United's pre-season.
MUAMBA PRAISES GOD FOR 'MIRACLE'
Fabrice Muamba has relived the dramatic moment he "died" in front of thousands.
STALEMATE FOR SEVILLA
Sevilla and Levante played out a 1-1 draw.
MONTPELLIER GO FIVE CLEAR
A review of the weekend's action so far in the French Ligue 1.
MARSEILLE SUFFER AGAIN
Marseille's winless run in in Ligue 1 was extended to 12 games as Bordeaux emerged victorious 2-1.
CATANIA BACK ON WINNING TRAIL
Catania boosted their hopes of a Europa League spot with an impressive 2-0 victory over Atalanta.
NAPOLI TOO STRONG FOR NOVARA
Napoli defeated relegation-threatened Novara 2-0.
UTRECHT AVOID THE DROP
FC Utrecht ensured their Eredivisie safety with a hard-fought 2-0 victory at RKC Waalwijk.
CASILLAS PLEASED AFTER CLASICO WIN
Iker Casillas said Real Madrid had taken a "giant step" towards the title after beating Barcelona.
TEST AHEAD FOR DE GRAAFSCHAP
De Graafschap face the relegation play-offs at least after losing 3-2 at home to Heracles.
EUROPEAN BLOW FOR TOULOUSE
Toulouse's Europa League ambitions suffered a blow after a 2-1 defeat at Evian.
FERET SECURES RENNES VICTORY
A penalty from Julien Feret earned Rennes a 1-0 success at Brest.
MONZON SPOT-ON FOR NICE
Luciano Monzon's first-half penalty proved the difference as they beat nine-man Auxerre 1-0.
CAMARA FLASH GOOD ENOUGH
An early goal from Souleymane Camara saw Montpellier eke out a 1-0 victory over Valenciennes.
ST ETIENNE ROMP TO GLORY
St Etienne kept their hopes of European qualification alive with a thumping 4-1 win at Caen.
ADKINS RUES MISSED PROMOTION CHANCE
Post-match reaction to Middlesbrough's 2-1 victory over Southampton.
RONALDO FIRES REAL CLEAR AT TOP
A review of the weekend's action so far in the Spanish Primera Liga.
REAL MADRID EXTEND ADVANTAGE
Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-1 to go seven points clear in Spain's Primera Liga.
LILLE STAY IN THE HUNT
Lille kept themselves in the title race with a 2-0 victory at Dijon.
HAVENAAR RESCUES VITESSE
Mike Havenaar scored a late equaliser for Vitesse Arnhem in a 1-1 draw with Heerenveen.
Sir Alex Ferguson is furious that Wayne Rooney could be included in the Team GB Olympic squad.
Roberto Mancini is adamant he will not be axed as Manchester City boss this summer.
Robin van Persie insists his trip to the Barcelona hotel was not to discuss a move to the Spanish giants.
Rafael van der Vaart has pledged his long-term future to Tottenham.
Manchester United are hot on the trailof Valencia golden boy Jordi Alba.
Everton boss David Moyes is hopeful of re-signing Steven Pienaar from Tottenham on a permanent basis.
Newly-promoted Reading want Cardiff's Peter Whittingham.
Matthew Connolly fears his days at QPR are numbered. Reading and Leeds are interested.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Sir Alex Ferguson fears as many as 14 Manchester United players could earn Olympic call-ups.
Robin van Persie insists he is not holding transfer talks with Barcelona.
Alan Stubbs fears David Moyes will quit Everton for a bigger club this summer.
Everton are keen on signing Clint Dempsey from Fulham this summer.
The two Manchester clubs are fighting it out to sign Spanish left-back Jordi Alba.
Roberto Mancini hopes to thrash out a new Manchester City deal next month.
Chelsea have been told to cough up £24million for Shakhtar Donetsk ace Willian.
Roberto Di Matteo has urged Roman Abramovich to take a chance and hand him the Chelsea job.
Nicklas Bendtner's loan move to Sunderland is unlikely to be made permanent.
Nigel Pearson's future as Leicester boss is in doubt.
The two Manchester clubs are fighting it out to sign Spanish left-back Jordi Alba.
Chelsea have been condemned for their negative approach against Barcelona.
Arjen Robben has refused to have contract talks with Bayern Munich.
Ruud Gullit believes Roberto Di Matteo has done enough to get the Chelsea job.
Tottenham are set to sign France and Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris for £10million.
Thomas Vermaelen has paid tribute to Arsene Wenger's managerial style.
Dirk Kuyt will leave Liverpool this summer, with Roma and Fiorentina among a string of interested clubs.
Nicklas Bendtner heads a list of stars heading for the Sunderland exit door as Martin O'Neill looks to build a side in his own image.
Ledley King's Tottenham future is in doubt despite the fact he has started 20 Premier League games this season.
Reading boss Brian McDermott is ready to make Barnsley midfielder Jacob Butterfield his first summer signing.
Sir Alex Ferguson is fuming after Stuart Pearce named 10 Manchester United players - including Wayne Rooney - in his Olympics squad.
Roberto Di Matteo will bag an interview for the Chelsea job is his side reach the Champions League final.
Roberto Mancini fears for his job with just a year left on his current Manchester City contract.
Tottenham's players are baffled by the continued silence over Harry Redknapp's future.
Newcastle have lined up Dutch striker Luuk de Jong as a replacement for Demba Ba.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has been told he will have to sell before he can buy this summer.
Frank McParland is emerging as favourite to replace Damien Comolli at Liverpool.
Kenny Dalglish will not stand in the way of progress at Liverpool - even if it costs him his job.
Arsenal are planning summer raids for Moussa Dembele and Daniel Sturridge.
West Brom are lining up a move for Blackburn keeper Paul Robinson.
Aston Villa and Liverpool are fighting for the signature of Sweden midfielder Rasmus Elm.
Spurs are considering a loan move for Napoli's Argentine centre-half Federico Fernandez.
Reading boss Brian McDermott wants Kevin Doyle and Stephen Hunt back at the Madejski.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Wayne Rooney is on the shortlist for the Great Britain Olympic squad, even though Stuart Pearce has promised not to pick anyone selected for Euro 2012.
Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo fears a 'crazy' schedule will derail their season.
Roman Abramovich is ready to spend whatever it takes to bring Jose Mourinho back to Chelsea.
Kenny Dalglish insists he has no regrets about his return to the Liverpool hotseat.
Dimitar Berbatov will leave Manchester United this summer with a ringing tribute from Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United defender Fabio da Silva is set to spend next season on loan at Sporting Lisbon.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester United's preparations for next season are in "absolute chaos" because of the Olympics.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill could be in for a frustrating summer after being told there will be limited funds available for transfers.
Marseille have won the chase for Blackburn's in-demand forward Junior Hoilett.
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fanimo firing on all cylinders
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Really pisses me off Fergie (and other managers) getting angry 'cos players are being called up for internationals and possibly the GB squad.. what right does he have to decide if Rooney players for Team GB.
dunno mate never got up that high
Hammer blow for quartet
West Ham have injury doubts over Carlton Cole, George McCartney, Joey O'Brien and Gary O'Neil ahead of the trip to Leicester.
Striker Cole should be fit after missing Tuesday night's 1-1 draw at Bristol City with a slight knee injury.
Full-backs McCartney (concussion) and O'Brien (thigh) were also absent at Ashton Gate and will be checked over along with midfielder O'Neil, who has been struggling with a groin problem.
Winger Julien Faubert returned as a substitute against City after missing the previous three matches due to a hamstring injury so he could be recalled to the starting line-up.
Centre-back Abdoulaye Faye and striker Sam Baldock are pushing to return to the squad after missing out in midweek.
Boffin leaves Hammers
Goalkeeper Ruud Boffin has parted company with West Ham after having his contract with the npower Championship club cancelled by mutual consent.
The 24-year old Belgian joined the Hammers in September 2010 to serve as cover for first-choice keeper Robert Green, but made just three appearances for the promotion-chasing east London club.
A statement on whufc.co.uk said: "West Ham United would like to thank Ruud for his contribution and wish him all the best for the future."
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