In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 16th October 2018

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Marko Arnautovic returns to West Ham from international duty as part of Austria agreement
West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic is returning to the club mid-way through the international break as part of a plan to manage his recent injury problems.>est-ham-from-international-duty-as-part-of-austria-agreement-a3962296.html

Rafferty: City defeat is a huge wake-up call
Claire Rafferty admitted West Ham United received a 'huge wake-up call'after suffering a 7-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City Women.

Grady Reacts: Hammers youngster Diangana on Tweets about himself
Academy of Football graduate Grady Diangana looks over your tweets about his dream debut against Macclesfield Town and first Premier League appearance against Manchester United.

Arnautovic delighted with goalscoring form
Marko Arnautovic has taken his goalscoring form to the international stage this week, adding to his four West Ham United goals for the season by notching the winner in Austria's 1-0 UEFA Nations League victory against Northern Ireland.

Where are they now? The Hammers who defeated Blackpool 4-0 on this day in 2011
West Ham United were in the early stages of their 2011/12 Championship promotion season when they welcomed Blackpool to the Boleyn Ground on this day seven years ago.

Quiz: Name the Hammers international debutants
Arthur Masuaku made his international bow this week, appearing for the Democratic Republic of Congo in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Zimbabwe.

Cross calls for Bonds statue
David Cross has urged West Ham United to erect a statue in honour of his former team mate and fellow club legend Billy Bonds.

I spurned West Ham, says Betis striker
Real Betis striker Loren Moron has claimed that he rejected the opportunity to join West Ham United in the summer.

Jordan Hugill struggling to make an impact back in Teesside
West Ham made a number of signings during their season of struggle in the Premier League and, as a result, they were left with a mishmash of players who had been recruited by completely different regimes.

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