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In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

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

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Stan Collymore's Team of the Week: Liverpool defender makes the cut as Arsenal striker shines
Just two points separate first from fifth after the latest round of Premier League fixtures

West Ham lay down final contract offer to Declan Rice, ready to call off talks if snubbed
West Ham have made their teenage defender Declan Rice a final, improved contract offer.

West Ham must improve mentally following Brighton defeat insists Pablo Zabaleta
Pablo Zabaleta has called on his West Ham teammates to improve their mentality in order to dominate games for the entire 90 minutes.

Declan Rice should not rush decision on international future, says Jonathan Walters
Jonathan Walters believes “exceptional talent” Declan Rice should not be pressured to decide on his international future.

Zabaleta: We need to be consistent as a team
Pablo Zabaleta says the Hammers will use the international break to work on finding their consistency after seeing their three-game Premier League unbeaten run come to an end at Brighton & Hove Albion on Friday.

Loan watch: Unhappy weekend for young Hammers
It was an unhappy weekend for West Ham United’s band of on-loan players as the three that featured all tasted defeat with their respective clubs.

West Ham’s October Internationals: All you need to know
West Ham United’s internationals have jetted off far and wide to represent their countries during the second break of the 2018/19 season.

Aaron Cresswell: I always wanted to be Robbie Fowler!
When I was a kid growing up in Liverpool, the first person I wanted to be was Robbie Fowler!

Felipe Anderson wins Goal of the Month vote
Felipe Anderson has won the West Ham United Goal of the Month prize for September, in association with our Official Investments Partner Basset & Gold.

Champions Place to receive regular maintenance
West Ham United have promised to perform weekly maintenance of the area in which the Champions Place stones have been laid, following a complaint.

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