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Di Canio, Lanzini, Sullivan & Payet: Tuesday's news

Filed: Tuesday, 22nd March 2016
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham United star Dimitri Payet links up with France squad alongside Premier League stars such as Mamadou Sakho and Yohan Cabaye
The latest France squad arrived at the national team training base in Clairefontaine on Monday, for the first day of practice ahead of their friendlies against Holland and Russia.

Christian Benteke, Michy Batshuayi and Alexandre Lacazette are transfer targets for West Ham
West Ham have identified Christian Benteke, Michy Batshuayi and Alexandre Lacazette as priority transfer targets as they chase one of Europe's top centre-forwards this summer, Sky sources understand.

Paolo Di Canio admits 'it's an honour and privilege' to play in Mark Noble testimonial as he prepares for return to Boleyn Ground
Paolo Di Canio has revealed his gratitude at being given the chance to play one final time at the Boleyn Ground, with the former West Ham forward set to be involved in Mark Noble's testimonial.

As the race for Champions League slots hots up, Sportsmail asks West Ham owner David Sullivan if the Hammers can nail fourth place?
The league table shows West Ham in an unlikely fifth position and scrapping for a Champions League place.

West Ham Noble: I am just gutted with things that have gone against us
West Ham captain so angry at goal decisions at Chelsea.

Paolo Di Canio admits 'it's an honour and privilege' to play in Mark Noble testimonial as he prepares for return to Boleyn Ground
Paolo Di Canio has revealed his gratitude at being given the chance to play one final time at the Boleyn Ground, with the former West Ham forward set to be involved in Mark Noble's testimonial.

West Ham chief David Sullivan furious with lack of penalties awarded to Hammers
The east Londoners have only been awarded one spot kick this season and have not received one away from home in the past four campaigns.

Mark Noble to put England to the back of his mind after West Ham star's call-up snub
West Ham captain Mark Noble is keen to forget about England after being overlooked by Roy Hodgson for their upcoming friendlies.

West Ham won't give up on Euro shot: Andy Carroll
West Ham striker Andy Carroll rued an "upsetting" draw at Chelsea before vowing to continue the pursuit of European football after the international break.

Highlights - Chelsea 2-2 West Ham Utd
Watch the best of the action from Saturday's draw with Chelsea here.

Loan round up
Martin Samuelsen came on in the 71st minute as Peterborough United beat Doncaster Rovers away. The hosts took an early lead through James Coppinger, however Posh responded first through Andy Williams’ equaliser before Ricardo Santos scored a 93rd minute winner.

Manager on Monday
West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic believes his side’s fantastic form is down to the players’ belief that the Club is moving forward.

From the Boardroom - David Sullivan
It was really hard to see us concede a late goal two weeks in a row and for two weeks in a row to draw games we could and should have won.

Lanzini - I'm happy to be back on the scoresheet
Manuel Lanzini is no stranger to scoring a wonder goal this season and few could forget his memorable strike against Everton at the Boleyn Ground back in November.

Former Player Blog - Alan Curbishley
Alan Curbishley made 85 league appearances for the Hammers as a player before returning many years later as manager.

Di Canio - It is a great honour for me
West Ham United legend Paolo Di Canio insists he cannot wait to meet up with his second family again when he makes an emotional return for Mark Noble's Testimonial on March 28.

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Why always us? Or am I just paranoid
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Monday musings: The Bridge of lies
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