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Archive | February 2015

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DS: “We use the game to educate and inform”

David Sullivan is “disappointed” that West Ham supporters are involved in  reports of unacceptable behaviour from a small group of individuals.

Allardyce lauds Noble

Sam Allardyce has paid tribute to Mark Noble after the player signed a new long term deal at the club.
He said:  “Mark Noble is West Ham born and bred, he’s been here all his career and extending that today is a rare thing. It is good for everyone.
The manager believes the 27 year old’s achievement is rare in a period where instant success is essential and less emphasis is placed on the nurturing of youth.
He said: The supporters relate to Noble as one of their own, there’s no doubt about that. There is more affection towards him because it happens less.
“He loves the area, he loves the fans and he’s West Ham through and through, so it’s great news. What’s more is he’s come through the academy, like James Tomkins, and we want to produce more players. That’s what we’re striving for.

It won’t all come falling down without Sam

By Rich Sprent

Noble: “New deal is not about money”

West Ham midfielder Mark Noble has spoken of his delight at signing a new Irons contract which keeps him at the club until 2020.

Hammers on midfielder link

West Ham have this morning rubbished stories they are tracking Ghanian midfielder Bernard Mensah.

Gold confirms Noble contract

David Gold has confirmed that Mark Noble has agreed a new contract with the Irons.

Palace suffer Hammers injury blow

Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell has suffered a hamstring injury and is set to miss the trip to Upton park this weekend.

Lampard’s ghastly Mooro/Terry comparison

Sorry everybody – I just can’t let this pass!

Hammers: The missing top six link

Sam’s situation unchanged despite Shearer

Sam Allardyce’s situation at West Ham remains unchanged despite an attempted intervention by Alan Shearer.