In brief - Friday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Friday, 15th March 2019

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Report claims Brexit's fuelling rise in racist abuse and hate crimes at football
Racists are using today's polarised political climate to 'cover their own prejudice', claim anti-discrimination body Fare

West Ham vs Huddersfield preview: Jan Siewert has selection issues
Watch match highlights on Sky Sports mobile app from 5.15pm on Saturday.

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini says Declan Rice's England call-up is deserved
Pellegrini also reveals Marko Arnautovic is ready to return to the West Ham starting line-up

Andy Carroll's West Ham United career may be over after latest injury setback
Andy Carroll may have played his last game for West Ham after yet another injury setback.

Gareth Southgate does not believe West Ham United's Declan Rice needs to defend England switch
Gareth Southgate does not believe England new boy Declan Rice should have to defend his switch from the Republic of Ireland.

Fredericks: Declan deserves his England call
Ryan Fredericks has paid tribute to his West Ham United teammate Declan Rice after he earned his first call-up by England on Wednesday.

Longhurst: We didn't deserve to lose against Everton
West Ham United's performance against Everton Ladies did not merit a 1-0 home defeat, according to Kate Longhurst.

Coventry included in Republic of Ireland U21 squad for first time
Conor Coventry has been included in the Republic of Ireland U21 squad for the first time.

West Ham calls on fans to #passonplastic
West Ham United and London Stadium are running a trial in conjunction with the Premier League and Sky Ocean Rescue to inspire football fans to #passonplastic at the remaining home games this season.

Diangana called up for England U20 friendlies
Grady Diangana has earned a call-up to the England U20 squad for their international friendlies against Poland and Portugal later this month.

As it happened: Manuel Pellegrini's pre-Huddersfield Town press conference
12.15pm: Good afternoon and welcome to the West Ham United training ground, where manager Manuel Pellegrini is set to meet with the media ahead of this weekend's Premier League match with Huddersfield Town.

On this day: Hammers turn it around to down Chelsea
Take a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, in association with Basset & Gold...

Anderson expecting West Ham improvement at home to Huddersfield
West Ham United supporters can expect a much-improved performance when the side take on Huddersfield Town this Saturday, according to Felipe Anderson.

Hammers fan Gemmell wins big at Cheltenham Festival

Hammers fan Gemmell wins big at Cheltenham Festival
West Ham United-supporting racehorse owner Andrew Gemmell enjoyed a day to remember at the Cheltenham Festival as his horse, Paisley Park, won the prestigious Stayers' Hurdle.

Highlights: West Ham 0-1 Everton Ladies
A late goal from Hannah Cain was the difference on Wednesday as West Ham United were beaten at home by Everton Ladies.

In Pictures: Irons prepare for Huddersfield Town test
West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini put his squad through their paces on a wet and windy Thursday at the Club's Rush Green training ground.

Carroll absent again, says Pellegrini
Andy Carroll is set to miss yet another game after being ruled out of this weekend's meeting with Huddersfield with an "ankle" problem.

International duties for young Hammers
Grady Diangana has been named in the England Under 20 squad to face Poland and Portugal next month.

Arnie set for first team recall
Marko Arnautovic looks set to feature against Huddersfield this weekend, despite having not been included in Manuel Pellegrini's starting XI since the end of January.

New supporters group launches
A group of West Ham supporters have joined together to launch a new fans initiative.

Hammers United: a fresh approach
A new non-political West Ham United supporters group has launched - with a vow not to make the same mistakes as previous high profile representation.

Paisley Park pulls it off
West Ham-supporting racehorse owner Andrew Gemmell is celebrating tonight after his mount Paisley Park won the Stayer's Hurdle.

Suffer little children
The question surely is - why? Why have West Ham chosen now to drop a controversial season ticket hike onto their fans? Why, after the feelgood factor of the wonderful Billy Bonds tribute, do the club risk alienating their fan base so quickly for no obvious reason?

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