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Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
71%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
12%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
6%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
3%
  



Alan 1:02 Sat Sep 9
Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Fenerbahce were reported to be closing in on the signing of Manchester City and Spain midfielder David Silva, 31, before the Turkish transfer window shut on Friday. (Hurriyet, via Sports Illustrated)

Spain midfielder Isco, 25, will reject Manchester United and Tottenham and sign a new deal with Real Madrid. (Sun)

Real Madrid feel they will sign Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 26, from Manchester United next summer. (Diario Gol, via Daily Express)

Tony Pulis will sit down with Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 29, next week to discuss a possible new contract for the West Brom centre-back. (Birmingham Mail)

Evans is in line for a deal worth over £80,000 a week that will make him the Baggies' best-paid player. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has said he was unable to buy Evans because they could not afford West Brom's asking price. (Guardian)

Arsenal could try to sign Monaco and France midfielder Thomas Lemar, 21, in January - using 28-year-old Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, whose contract with the Gunners expires next summer, as a makeweight in the deal. (Sun)

Slaven Bilic's future at West Ham could be on the line after the Hammers manager said he laughed at Sporting Lisbon's criticism of owners David Sullivan and David Gold. (Daily Express)

Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva, 23, says he could not say no to joining Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. (Sky Sports)

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has described reports that 23-year-old England and Everton midfielder Ross Barkley's proposed deadline-day move to Stamford Bridge collapsed because he refused to pick up his phone as "ridiculous". (Liverpool Echo)

Spain striker Diego Costa, 28, could return to Chelsea on Monday to face his punishment for spending the summer in Brazil. (Telegraph)

Everton boss Ronald Koeman says his hopes of signing a leading striker were dashed by a "ridiculous" transfer market in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says Spain forward Bojan, 27, still has a future at the club, despite leaving for Alaves on a season-long loan. (Stoke Sentinel)

Sunderland did not receive any bids for Ivory Coast centre-back Lamine Kone, 28, or Gabon midfielder Didier Ndong, 23, in the transfer window. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Arsenal's principal transfer negotiator Dick Law has decided to step down from his position at the end of the month. (Telegraph)
Sun

Meanwhile...

Chelsea Ladies midfielder Katie Chapman, 35, claims she has not been picked for England women since telling manager Mark Sampson she was going through a divorce. (Times - subscription required)

Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer says his tenure is "not a one-day project" and insists there is no need to "panic" after defeats in the club's three opening Premier League games. (Guardian)

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is stepping up his comeback from a knee injury and the 35-year-old former Sweden international wants manager Jose Mourinho to know. (Twitter)

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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says 30-year-old goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was so excited about the signing of Spain striker Fernando Llorente, 32, from Swansea that the France international texted him to ask if the deal had been done. (Daily Mail)

Marcus Rashford, 19, and 24-year-old Romelu Lukaku believe they can form a lethal strike partnership at Manchester United reminiscent of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole. (BT Sport)

It appears that Luke Skywalker might be a Wolves fan. (Birmingham Mail)

Montpellier's new kit for the 2017-18 season is missing the letter "L" in a typo on the shirt's badge. (Bleacher Report)

Cream cheese, alcohol and a call to your mother - that is how former Fulham boss Felix Magath would treat dead legs, according to ex-Cottagers defender Brede Hangeland. (BBC Radio 5 live)

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has shown off his new red haircut. (Instagram)

United and England full-back Luke Shaw, 22, continued with his recovery from injury with another full 90 minutes for the club's under-23s. (Manchester Evening News)






Football London

Have West Ham dropped a big hint Nathan Holland could make his debut against Huddersfield?

Could the highly rated youngster be part of the manager's changes?

By Alasdair Gold

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is looking to shake up his struggling side for their Premier League match against Huddersfield on Monday and it might just be that teenager Nathan Holland is part of the plan.

The 19-year-old midfielder signed from Everton in January, but is yet to make a senior appearance for the Hammers since his arrival from the Toffees.

Holland appeared prominently during the Hammers' pre-season matches and has been involved in some matchday squads, but is yet to be called upon to step on to the pitch.

The fans have been calling for the introduction of the youngster into the line-up and the under-fire Bilic could just be set to make a popular decision in order to help take some of the pressure off his shoulders.
The supporters have been speculating that Holland could appear after a training video appeared on the club's official Twitter feed, showing him training with the first team.



Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Mex Martillo 4:58 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

BubblesCyprus 4:09 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan much appreciated over here.

ted fenton 2:05 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 1:09 Sat Sep 9

Takashi Miike 1:53 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
thanks Alan



anyone but ayew

Sven Roeder 1:50 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Frankly I'd play Jools Holland ahead of Ayew.

norwaytips 1:17 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks, Alan.

Thanks Alan 1:09 Sat Sep 9
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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