In brief: Tuesday's news round-up

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Tuesday, 12th November 2019

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Time for West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini to prove he's value for money at ?8m-a-year
West Ham made a big commitment when they appointed Manuel Pellegrini on a ?8million-a-year contract in May of last year.

West Ham board worried about recent slump as Manuel Pellegrini feels the heat
West Ham's ?8million-a-year manager Manuel Pellegrini is safe from the sack for now despite concern inside the club about their recent slump.

West Ham planning January transfer raid for new goalkeeper after players lose faith in Roberto
Roberto has made a number of costly mistakes in goal for West Ham since filling in for injured No.1 Lukasz Fabianski.

West Ham star Manuel Lanzini to have shoulder surgery today and miss rest of year
Manuel Lanzini will undergo surgery after fracturing his collarbone during West Ham's 3-0 loss at Burnley as Manuel Pellegrini's injury woes continue to stack up

Ryan Fredericks: We're not doing enough for the fans, but we need to stick together
Ryan Fredericks knows West Ham United's performances have not been good enough in recent matches.

The West Ham Pals who went to War
Who went to war.

The Hammers who paid the ultimate sacrifice
The hammers who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Anthony Scully gets Ireland U21 call
West Ham United U23s striker Anthony Scully has been called up to the Republic of Ireland U21s squad for the first time in his career.

Loan watch: Six Hammers take to the field
Six West Ham United loanees were in action for their respective clubs this weekend.

West Ham United's November internationals: All you need to know
The 2019/20 Premier League season takes its third break of the campaign this week, with West Ham United's internationals heading off with their national teams.

Ben Johnson: Players' Project puts us at the heart of the community
West Ham United defender Ben Johnson has declared his immense pride at being involved with the Players' Project.

Kiernan: Ireland will not take Greece for granted
Leanne Kiernan believes victory over Greece will be crucial if the Republic of Ireland are to reach the 2021 UEFA Women's Championship Finals.

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