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In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

Filed: Tuesday, 11th April 2017
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham fan killed friend with one punch after row following 5-1 defeat
Nigel Williams was jailed for five years for manslaughter after he admitted hitting Mark Munday, who died from a bleed on the brain.

Slaven Bilic refuses to relax and takes positives from West Ham’s tough season
The Hammers’ 1-0 win over Swansea means they will probably avoid relegation, with their manager insisting the experience can make his team stronger.

ONE PUNCH KILLER West Ham fan killed own pal in sickening one-punch attack that twisted his neck so hard an artery ripped open after pair fell out in pub
Nigel Williams will spend five years behind bars for fatal punch that killed dad-of-three Mark Munday.

Valencia sign West Ham flop Simone Zaza in a £13.7m deal from Juventus
Valencia have decided to sign former West Ham flop Simone Zaza in a permanent £13.7million deal from Juventus.

West Ham must win their next two matches to secure Premier League survival, says Jose Fonte: 'You can't take your foot off the gas in this league'
Jose Fonte has called on West Ham to win their next two games to ensure Premier League survival.

Cheikhou Kouyate says he's never felt such intense pressure amid West Ham relegation fight
Cheikhou Kouyate says he has never been under so much pressure as he has in West Ham’s battle for survival.

Ladies star eyes more goals
West Ham United Ladies star Dayna Chong is loving the limelight after being nominated for the Club’s Goal of the Month award.

Loanee round up
There was a mixed bag of results for Hammers loanees in action across the country at the weekend.

Blesma veterans enjoy Swansea win
West Ham United welcome Blesma veterans to London Stadium for Awarness Match

Stat's A Fact - Brilliant back four
Cheikhou Kouyate’s 25-yard thunderbolt may have stolen the headlines on Saturday as West Ham United ran out 1-0 winners over Swansea City, but the foundations of the victory were laid by one of Slaven Bilic’s side’s best defensive performances.

Ginge hails 'huge' win
James Collins admitted he dropped to his knees at the final whistle in ‘sheer relief’ after West Ham United’s 1-0 Premier League win over Swansea City.

Ticket Office Easter Opening Hours
The Ticket Office will have revised opening hours for the Easter weekend.

Around the Park
It is the Easter holiday, which means one thing – George Irvin’s Ultimate Funfair is now open at Stratford Waterfront.

Ladies' Chong scoops Goal of the Month
Dayna Chong, of the West Ham United Ladies team, has scooped the whufc.com Goal of the Month prize for March following her stunning long-range strike against Swindon Town Ladies.

FT - West Ham United PL2 1-3 Middlesbrough
Scully's late consolation is the last real piece of action at London Stadium and the Hammers' last home fixture of the season ends in defeat and disappointment. The play-off chase continues, but a lot of pressure is now on our last game against West Bromwich Albion...

Manning – Tonight was a big lesson
West Ham United U23 coach Liam Manning admitted his team were taught a lesson as they were beaten 3-1 by Middlesbrough in their final home Premier League 2 match of the season.

Zaza completes €16million La Liga switch
Former Hammer Simone Zaza has completed a permanent switch to Valencia.

The opposition view: Swansea City
It's been a while! The OV returns after a lengthy hiatus to revel in the misery of our friends from South Wales...

Klassen move unlikely
West Ham transfer target Davy Klassen looks set to join Lazio after apparently agreeing a four year deal with the Serie A club.

West Ham 1-0 Swansea (And Other Ramblings)
I have very few good memories of watching football games played in the sunshine. England, of course, play their games of import in the summer and England, of course, disappoint us all in the summer. I'm fairly confident that won't change after Brexit.

Arsenal 3-0 West Ham (And Other Ramblings)
Blame Blogger for the lateness of this article. Well, that and the crushing, unrelenting misery of having to write about this game at all. Indeed it was so terrible that most of this piece is just me trying to find ways to avoid talking about what actually happened on the pitch.

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