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Bilic, Cullen, Martinez & Burke: Monday's news

Filed: Tuesday, 9th January 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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BIL NOT READY Stoke must wait until next season if they want Slaven Bilic to replace axed boss Mark Hughes
STOKE CITY will have to wait until next season if they want Slaven Bilic to be their next boss.

FA Cup 4th round draw RECAP: Find out who Manchester United, City, Chelsea and the rest of the Premier League big boys drew in round of 32
The FA Cup fourth-round draw place on Monday with balls expected to be picked from about 7pm before the final tie of the round sees Brighton host Crystal Palace.

Josh Cullen: West Ham star reveals doctor put tooth in MILK after being kicked in face
JOSH CULLEN has had his tooth reinserted into place after it was kicked out during West Ham’s clash with Shrewsbury.

You've been hanging around with Diane Abbott too long': Karren Brady is mocked on Twitter for getting her own maths brain teaser 'wrong' (but can YOU work out why she was actually right?)
Apprentice judge Karren Brady was mocked on Twitter for 'not being able to count' after users incorrectly accused of her of getting a maths brain teaser wrong.

Martinez: The fans' support for me was incredible
Toni Martinez was a proud young man after making his eagerly-awaited first-team debut for West Ham United.

U23s hoping for strong start to 2018 at Manchester United
West Ham United academy director Terry Westley believes his U23 side – when at full strength – are well equipped to beat Premier League 2’s top teams, something they will be hoping to do in Monday’s trip to Manchester United.

Burke and Cullen impress on return to West Ham colours
Academy of Football graduates Reece Burke and Josh Cullen produced impressive performances in West Ham United’s goalless Emirates FA Cup third-round draw at Shrewsbury Town on their return from loan spells at Bolton Wanderers.

Highlights: Shrewsbury Town 0-0 West Ham United
West Ham United and Shrewsbury Town battled out a 0-0 draw at Montgomery Waters Meadow as neither side were able to settle Sunday’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie at the first attempt.

Ray ‘far from satisfied’ with goalless Gillingham draw
West Ham United Ladies interim head coach Karen Ray has expressed her frustration with the team’s 0-0 draw against Gillingham on Sunday.

Cullen smiling again thanks to West Ham medical team
Josh Cullen is smiling again, thanks to West Ham United’s quick-thinking medical staff.

As It Happened: Manchester United U23s 0-3 West Ham United U23s
Manchester United U23s 0-3 West Ham United U23s

Bournemouth or Wigan await replay winners in round four
The winners of the Hammers' Emirates FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury Town will travel to AFC Bournemouth or Wigan Athletic in the fourth round.

Kids for a Quid for Shrewsbury Cup replay
Kids can attend West Ham United’s Emirates FA Cup third round replay against Shrewsbury Town from just £1 – with tickets going on sale to Season Ticket Holders and Bondholders from 9am on Tuesday.

Lucky West Ham, says Moyes
David Moyes admitted that West Ham were slightly fortunate to still be in the FA Cup - following a fairly insipid display at New Meadow.

West Ham consider move for Belgian international
Belgian media are linking Anderlecht youngster Leander Dendoncker with a potential January move to West Ham.

£10million Arsenal star on the radar
West Ham are ready to swoop for Arsenal defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin - if they are unable to complete deals for any of their favoured targets.

Shrews 'keeper reflects on 'easy game'
Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Dean Henderson says that he enjoyed one of his quietest days of the current campaign when West Ham visited New Meadow yesterday.

The opposition view: Shrewsbury Town
That West Ham are still in the FA Cup is something of a stroke of luck given yesterday's performance at New Meadow. Hear what Shewsbury fans thought about it all in your latest edition of the OV...

Former Hammer favourite for Stoke role
Former Hammers boss Slaven Bilic is odds-on to succeed Mark Hughes as manager of Stoke City.

Bilic was right on Foxes flop
Slaven Bilic bore the brunt of heavy criticism during the summer for rejecting the opportunity to sign Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho.

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