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Noble, Carroll, Martinez & Zabaleta: Tuesday's news

Filed: Tuesday, 16th January 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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Diafra Sakho pushing for West Ham exit
Diafra Sakho is wants to leave West Ham because he feels undervalued compared to the club's other attacking players, according to Sky sources.

Javier Hernandez could miss West Ham United's FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury Town
Javier Hernandez could be sidelined for West Ham's Emirates FA Cup third-round replay against Shrewsbury Town tomorrow.

West Ham value Andy Carroll at £35m: Chelsea loan request bemuses Hammers
CHELSEA face a tough battle to convince West Ham to let Andy Carroll go this month.

Pablo Zabaleta reveals what David Moyes has changed to inspire West Ham's revival ahead of FA Cup replay
The Irons, who've jumped from 18th to 11th under Moyes, face Shrewsbury in an FA Cup replay on Tuesday.

Chelsea loan move for Andy Carroll set to fail as West Ham will only consider a permanent transfer
Chelsea's bid to sign striker Andy Carroll on loan this month is set to fail with West Ham only prepared to consider a permanent deal.

Mark Noble hails Manuel Lanzini and Marko Arnautovic partnership as West Ham resurgence continues
West Ham’s 4-1 victory at Huddersfield moved them up to 11th place in the Premier League table but captain Mark Noble still believes it is the fear factor which drives him and his team-mates on.

West Ham United v Shrewsbury Town: All you need to know
West Ham United welcome Shrewsbury Town to London Stadium this week in an FA Cup third round replay.

Ladies executed Brislington game-plan excellently – Smith
West Ham United Ladies’ adaption to and execution of a 3-5-2 formation has been hailed by assistant coach Myles Smith, after it set the side on the way to a brilliant 6-0 victory against Brislington.

Victory in Huddersfield: 12 GIFs that tell the story
West Ham United moved up to eleventh in the Premier League table on Saturday after a comprehensive 4-1 thrashing of Huddersfield Town at the Yorkshire side's John Smith's Stadium.

As it happened: Alan Irvine's pre-Shrewsbury Town press conference
Alan Irvine's pre-Shrewsbury Town press conference,

Team News: Chicharito to be assessed ahead of Shrewsbury replay
West Ham United will definitely be without Andy Carroll for Tuesday’s FA Cup replay with Shrewsbury Town, while Chicharito’s availability will be determined prior to the match, according to coaching assistant Alan Irvine.

Irvine: A cup run, contract extensions and instructions on the pitch
Prior to West Ham United’s FA Cup replay clash against Shrewsbury Town at London Stadium on Tuesday, coaching assistant Alan Irvine spoke to the press.

Cresswell: We need to keep this run going
West Ham United extended their unbeaten run to five games with Saturday’s 4-1 victory at Huddersfield Town and moved up to eleventh in the Premier League table, much to the delight of returning defender Aaron Cresswell.

Relist for Bournemouth on the Ticket Exchange
Tickets for the Premier League clash with AFC Bournemouth are now available to relist and purchase on the Ticket Exchange.

Quiz: Match the stat - Huddersfield Town 1-4 West Ham United
Two goals from Manuel Lanzini, a finish from Marko Arnautovic and an effort from Mark Noble saw West Ham United best Huddersfield Town 4-1 on Saturday.

Martinez eyeing another first-team chance on Tuesday
Toni Martinez is eyeing another first-team appearance when West Ham United host Shrewsbury Town in an Emirates FA Cup third-round replay at London Stadium on Tuesday.

Carroll loan deal unlikely
Chelsea are seeking to land Andy Carroll from West Ham ON LOAN for the remainder of the current campaign, according to the latest tabloid speculation.

Rejoice in winning ugly
Former Irons favourite George Parris says it is time for West Ham fans to stop being sniffy - and to be happy with winning ugly, if that is what it takes.

The Band-Aid effect
West Ham has long been in the business of what my best friend refers to as the 'Band-Aid Effect'.

Mark Noble: the renaissance man
After a terrific victory such as the weekend's visit to Huddersfield, West Ham fans should rightly feel pleased as punch this morning.

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