In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 30th April 2019

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West Ham's Reece Oxford nearing permanent Augsburg move
West Ham's young central defender Reece Oxford is close to agreeing a permanent switch to Bundesliga club Augsburg.

West Ham's Arthur Masuaku racially abused on Instagram
West Ham are offering their full support to defender Arthur Masuaku after he suffered racial abuse on Instagram, Sky Sports News understands.

West Ham EXCLUSIVE: Read FULL letter upset MP sent to Premier League - 'I'm not satisfied'
THE Premier League have been accused of not treating women's football "as seriously as men's football" by MP Dawn Butler after West Ham were not granted a request to bring forward their Premier League game against Southampton this weekend in order to avoid a clash with the Women's FA Cup final.

Andy Carroll has second ankle operation as former England striker aims to be fit for next season after injury ends his West Ham career early
Andy Carroll has had a second ankle operation as he faces a huge fight to be fit for the start of next season.

West Ham have shown Ajax how to beat vulnerable Tottenham, says Michail Antonio
Michail Antonio believes West Ham have shown Ajax how to get the better of Tottenham in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.

Diop happy with clean-sheet in Spurs victory
While all the newspaper headlines talked about Michail Antonio and his goal celebration after Saturday's win at Tottenham Hotspur, Issa Diop was delighted with West Ham United's effort at the other end of the pitch.

Loan watch: Cullen and Browne both score in League One
Josh Cullen scored his first goal for Charlton Athletic as Lee Bowyer's side maintained their EFL League One Play-Off push with a 2-0 win at Gillingham.

Holland: All we can do is win against Everton
West Ham United winger Nathan Holland sees Monday night's crucial Premier League 2 fixture against Everton as "just another game" as the Hammers bid for survival in Division 1.

Rafferty satisfied with gritty Hammers comeback
Claire Rafferty says West Ham United can take heart from the manner of their 2-1 victory away to Bristol City Women.

Highlights: Bristol City Women 1-2 West Ham United
Jane Ross' 89th-minute finish saw West Ham United claim a late, deserved comeback victory away to Bristol City Women.

Secure your place at the Player Awards now - limited seats available!
There is still time for you to book your place alongside the West Ham United first-team squad at the 2019 Player Awards brought to you by Betway in aid of the Academy.

Nine GIFs which tell the story of West Ham's historic Tottenham win
Michail Antonio gave West Ham United a day to remember at Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday with the only goal of the first derby at the north Londoners' new home.

Anderson: Beating Spurs shows we can win against anyone
Felipe Anderson believes West Ham United's win over Tottenham Hotspur shows the side have the ability to take points off of any other team.

Diop makes Tottenham legend's Team of the Week
West Ham United central defender Issa Diop has been named in Garth Crooks' Team of the Week - for his efforts in beating the former Spurs striker's old team.

Pretty good year, says Anderson
Felipe Anderson believes West Ham have had a reasonable season, despite being on course to finish outside the Premier League's top ten.

Trio of Hammers in Shearer XI
BBC pundit Alan Shearer has named three West Ham players in his Team of the Week.

Sanchez starts
Carlos Sanchez is set to make his return to first team football tonight - for the Under 23s.

Andy Carroll: The last of a dying breed
The Boleyn Ground, 1st September 2012. The maverick, the enigma that was Andy Carroll made his West Ham debut. The player that had signed for Liverpool from Newcastle for a massive ?35million was now, just two years later, turning out for West Ham United.

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