WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

Alan 12:32 Tue Sep 12
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Paris St-Germain president Nasser al-Khelaifi is "confident" the club has not broken Financial Fair Play regulations after the £200m world-record signing of Neymar, 25, and the potential £165m transfer of striker Kylian Mbappe, 18. (Daily Telegraph)

PSG's president Al-Khelaifi also claims other top clubs offered more than the £165m they will pay for Monaco's Mbappe. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal could get the chance to sign Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, 29, next summer as the Spanish club are interested in signing Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann, 26, and Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, 23. (Don Balon via Daily Star)

Dybala has refused to rule out joining fellow Argentina international Lionel Messi at Barcelona but insists he is happy at the Italian club. (FourFourTwo)

West Ham missed out on signing the former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle, 26, from Borussia Dortmund on transfer deadline day. (Sun)

Real Madrid have joined Liverpool in the race for 21-year-old RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner. (TalkSport)

Leicester are confident winger Demarai Gray, 21, will sign a new contract worth £50,000 a week. (Daily Telegraph)

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba claims Tottenham defender Serge Aurier, 24, who joined Spurs from Paris St-Germain, has signed for the wrong team. (Daily Express)

Trabzonspor manager Muharrem Usta says he held "direct talks" with Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25, about a loan move to the Turkish club "but the move stalled at the last moment". (Turkish-Football via Daily Star)

Barcelona have delayed the signing of Palmeiras defender Yerry Mina, 22, in order to avoid upsetting Lionel Messi and Javier Mascherano. (Diario Gol via Daily Express)

Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller has said he considered moving to Manchester United two years ago - and the 27-year-old has not ruled out a move in the future. (Manchester Evening News)

Sporting Kansas City defender Erik Palmer-Brown, 20, has signed a pre-contract with Manchester City and will join the club in January. (ESPN)

Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has criticised Robert Lewandowski after the 29-year-old striker questioned why the German champions did not match the summer spending of Paris St-Germain and Barcelona. (Daily Mail)


Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, 28, says there was an "argument" for moving to Manchester United and becoming the team's biggest star but he stayed at the Bernabeu as "the main thing, when you look back on your career, is that you look at your trophies". (Daily Mail)

Roy Hodgson, who is set to be named as Crystal Palace manager, is set to get a minimum £1m bonus for keeping the club in the Premier League as part of any deal. (Daily Mail)

An image showing Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson's facial injuries from the clash with Liverpool's Sadio Mane on Saturday has appeared online. (Daily Mirror)

Only one Premier League player has been included in the top 10 ratings of Fifa 18, to be released at the end of the month. (Metro)

The January transfer window could be abolished as Europe's top clubs seek a huge football overhaul. (Sun)

The Football League is set to sign a new five-year broadcast deal worth £600m, which will allow viewers to watch any midweek Championship games live. (Times - subscription required)

Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has been trying his hand at photography. (Manchester City)

Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk suffered an unhappy return to Saints duty as he played in the under-23 side's 4-0 defeat by Aston Villa. (Sun)

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Sam Allardyce is also being linked with a return to Crystal Palace. (Daily Mail)

But the former England manager has reiterated he does not want to return to Selhurst Park, despite saving Palace last season. (London Evening Standard)

Manchester United are keeping their number seven shirt free for 26-year-old striker Antoine Griezmann, whom they believe they can eventually sign from Atletico Madrid for £100m. (Daily Star)

Chelsea striker Diego Costa has relocated his family to Madrid as the 28-year-old expects a deal to be finalised which will allow him to rejoin Atletico. (Football 365)

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes could face a fine for pushing Jose Mourinho on the touchline during his side's draw with Manchester United on Saturday. (Times)

Guardian Rumour Mill

Tom Davies

So what’s a super-agent to do when the transfer window has closed and opportunities to put oneself up front and centre are diminished? If you’re Mino Raiola you lob out the sort of man-in-the-pub opinions that the Mill routinely makes to ward off the gobby bloke by the fruit machine and trust that they are then invested with huge significance by others.

And Paolo Dybala, a player he does not even represent, is the subject of Europe’s premier wheeler-dealer’s latest musings. The in-form Juventus frontman would fit right in at Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea or Real Madrid, gushed Raiola, hedging several bets. “I think Dybala will eventually leave Juve,” the agent told Rai Sport. “He has to go to a team where he gets into a project that is already suitable for him.” Barcelona would not be such a project, he reckoned, though for his part Dybala has refused to rule out a move to the Camp Nou.

Liverpool, their defensive credentials shredded at the weekend, are naturally being linked with attacking players. Having already raided caffeinated fizzy drink adjunct RB Leipzig for one player, Naby Keïta, they’re thirsty for another, Timo Werner. But the 21-year-old German striker is also on the ever-active radar of Real Madrid.

The European champions’ predatory ways do, however, offer an apparent opening for Arsenal to swoop for Karim Benzema. Real’s interest in Dybala and Antoine Griezmann could mean they would be prepared to let the French striker move to the Emirates, with the Daily Star reporting that Benzema “likes Arsenal” and could be north London-bound next summer.

Also doing the refusing-to-rule-out thing in order to keep the Mill churning is Thomas Müller, in the course of an interview with Kicker in which the Bayern Munich and Germany talisman “revealed” that he pondered a move to Manchester United two years ago, when Louis van Gaal tabled a bid. He added that “of course it’s possible” that he could leave the Bundesliga champions. “When my time is up, it’s up,” he hinted. “[Bastian] Schweinsteiger was here for over 10 years and now he’s been gone for over two years and another player is here instead. It will be exactly the same with me. If I drop dead tomorrow, there will be a funeral, yet on Friday, 11 players will still be out on the pitch. That’s life.”

Diego Costa has reportedly sent out smoke signals from his cave that he is going to rejoin Atlético Madrid this very week in a £54m deal while Leicester are close to putting the finishing flourishes on a new £50,000-a-week contract for Demarai Gray, having turned down two offers from Bournemouth for the England Under-21 winger in the transfer window.

In the Championship, the veteran defender Clint Hill has been linked with a return to QPR having been deemed surplus to requirements at Rangers by Pedro Caixinha at the end of last season. The 38-year-old could be offered a short-term deal to help alleviate Ian Holloway’s defensive crisis, with James Perch and Grant Hall sidelined.


West Ham 2-0 Huddersfield: Slaven Bilic enjoys birthday slice of luck as Pedro Obiang's deflected opener and Andre Ayew strike ease the pressure

Pedro Obiang fired West Ham off the bottom with a deflected opener to end Huddersfield's unbeaten start
Substitute Andre Ayew prodded in from close range to double Hammers' lead from Aaron Cresswell's corner
Javier Hernandez came closest to breaking deadlock in first half but he struck the crossbar when well-placed
Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounie received a kick to the face from Winston Reid that went unpunished

By Martin Samuel

There may not be a scruffier goal scored this season but, right now, West Ham will take it.

Beggars cannot be choosers, and West Ham had one hand out hoping for any scrap of good fortune against Huddersfield on Monday night.

David Wagner's Premier League first-timers boasted the meanest defence in the country going into this game, and with 71 minutes gone West Ham were struggling desperately to find a way through.

West Ham have lifted themselves off the bottom of the Premier League thanks to Pedro Obiang's fortuitous opening strike

Obiang looked to curl his shot around Mathias Jorgensen but the ball deflected off the defender and looped into the net

Andre Ayew was fastest to the rebound after Aaron Cresswell's corner ricocheted favourably off Jose Fonte into his path

Slaven Bilic will be delighted with the victory in addition to a clean sheet following a difficult first month to the new season

And then, they caught a break. Well, actually, they caught three. They say fortune's always hiding in this corner of London, but it certainly popped its head around the door and said hello when the ball fell to Pedro Obiang.

Cheikhou Kouyate fed a pass in from the right to substitute Andre Ayew, who in turn found Obiang. From 20 yards out he tried a shot which, it is fair to say, did not look capable of troubling goalkeeper Jonas Lossl.

And then, the intervention of Huddersfield's human pinball machine made it a match-winner. First the ball clipped Christopher Schindler, then it hit the back of Mathias Jorgensen and this sent it in a high arc, over a despairing Lossl in goal. It still needed a nudge from the inside of a post to make sure, but that was enough to finally send it into the net.

West Ham's stadium announcer immediately gave it to their man, but it may be one for the dubious goals panel. To be honest, if there is a ludicrous goals panel they might want to have a look at it, too.

West Ham celebrated, however, as if blessed by a wonder from the boot of Lionel Messi, and good luck to them. On nights like this, it hardly matters how victory happens and it was not as if they did not deserve it. They were by far the better team, made the lion's share of chances, had the most dangerous player on the field in Michail Antonio and responded well to significant pressure.

This was a good night, too, for Slaven Bilic, their very likeable manager. A draw would have been considered little better than defeat, despite Huddersfield's rugged reputation. And with one Premier League manager already gone, many were speculating Bilic could soon follow.

Hammers striker Javier Hernadez was guilty of missing the best chance of the opening 45 minutes as he hit the crossbar

Hernandez looked well set to score from close range and even he couldn't believe he missed such a clear-cut opportunity

Michail Antonio was West Ham's best player on a rainy east London night as he made frequent runs down the right channel

Referee Kevin Friend speaks to Terriers captain Tommy Smith and West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyate during an uneventful half

So this was vindication for him, too. When in the 64th minute he replaced Javier Hernandez, who had worked hard to little effect, with Ayew, a section of the crowd booed his decision.

It is not just the board that puts managers under enormous pressure here. So it was fitting that, having had a hand in the first goal, Ayew should then score the second, the one that as good as confirmed victory — even if Tom Ince did hit the bar for Huddersfield late on.

Again, it wasn't the most beautiful goal, but few cared for the aesthetics. Aaron Cresswell curled in a corner which Jose Fonte bundled towards goal and Ayew prodded in.

For Bilic, on his 49th birthday, it was better than any surprise, cake or present. The evening ended with the home support serenading him with 'Happy Birthday to You' and the league table makes a finer sight this morning. West Ham are off the bottom, if not out of the relegation places, but three points is better than the giant zero the club has been looking at since the campaign began.

It was good news, too, for goalkeeper Joe Hart — his first clean sheet for 23 league matches. Knowing how furious goalkeepers feel at conceding it must have been hell for him.

He didn't have much to do on Monday night but what he did was accomplished. It took 54 minutes for Huddersfield to have a significant shot on target but, when it came, Hart was equal to the effort from Philip Billing.

The last time West Ham played Huddersfield was a League Cup tie in 1997 and the last time they were in the same division was the 1971-72 season. Under normal circumstances, West Ham would expect to win this fixture at home, but this encounter felt anything but normal.

Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounie received a kick to the face from Winston Reid after a weekend of similar flashpoints

Mounie reacts after being kicked in the face by the New Zealand international and he required treatment after the high boot

Referee Friend opted not to punish Reid for the challenge reminiscent of the one committed by Sadio Mane and Matt Ritchie

When Winston Reid caught Steve Mounie in the head with a high boot, it made it three high-profile challenges in three days.

TV replays showed contact in Sadio Mane's challenge on Ederson, but the similarity ends there. On a greasy surface, it was clear to referee Kevin Friend that West Ham defender Reid had slipped. His foot flew up and caught Mounie accidentally.

Friend acted correctly, only stopping play for a head injury. After Jon Moss correctly sent off Mane but Mike Jones erred in showing Matt Ritchie a yellow, 'two out of three ain't bad'.

The worry going into the game was Crystal Palace. Not that by changing Frank de Boer they may spark an upturn in form and pull away from the relegation zone, more that despite having the worst start of any top-flight club since Preston North End in 1924-25, they were still not bottom of the league.

While not setting any Premier League records going into this match, West Ham had somehow done worse.

So this performance was better, much better, than many expected, certainly those arriving at the London Stadium in trepidation. West Ham made decent use of Andy Carroll, playing his first game since April, and in Antonio had a lively, dangerous presence.

On several occasions, he skinned Chris Lowe, in Huddersfield's left-back position, who was removed after 63 minutes. By then, West Ham had already done enough to be leading comfortably.

Hernandez had come close to scoring but faded in the contest before he was hooked with 25 minutes remaining

That they did not was down to some rotten finishing and close shaves. Just two minutes had elapsed when West Ham forged the first good chance of the game.

Cresswell, who saw plenty of the ball on the overlap and appears to have been given Dimitri Payet's responsibilities from corners and free-kicks, played Carroll in and the striker's shot across the face of goal narrowly eluded Kouyate stretching at the far post.

The best chance came after 13 minutes, set up by Antonio on the right. He sped past Lowe, moved inside and cut the ball back to Hernandez, in an excellent position 12 yards out. He had to lift the ball, with Huddersfield men diving in to block, but even under such pressure should have done better than sending a shot flying up and ricocheting off the bar.

Carroll and Antonio had good efforts deflected, James Collins forced a save from Lossl and Kouyate shot wide from a good position, but Huddersfield continued to resist. It is to West Ham's credit that they never succumbed to the tension, and there will be optimism with Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini still to return.

A period of quiet may also be helpful, from everybody at the club. They know who they are.

Carroll looked one of the likeliest to break the deadlock in a first half in which West Ham created 13 chances to score

Cresswell sends his free-kick into orbit with the full back no closer to breaking his 17-month wait to score another goal

Andy Carroll certainly put himself about the pitch in his first Premier League appearance of the season on Monday night

Veteran defender Pablo Zabaleta was very energetic from full back and received a blow to the face in first-half stoppage time

Centre back James Collins rises to get his head on a Cresswell corner but he could not direct the ball on goal


WEST HAM (3-4-3): Hart 6; Collins 6, Reid 6, Fonte 6; Zabaleta 6.5, Kouyate 6, Obiang 6.5 (Rice 90), Cresswell 6; Antonio 7.5, Carroll 7 (Sakho 82), Hernandez 6 (Ayew 64 6)

SUBS NOT USED: Adrian, Ogbonna, Byram, Masuaku

MANAGER: Slaven Bilic 6

BOOKED: Zabaleta

GOALS: Obiang (72), A Ayew (77)

HUDDERSFIELD (4-2-3-1): Lossl 6; Smith 6, Jorgensen 6, Schindler 6, Lowe 6 (Malone 63 6); Mooy 6, Billing 6 (Depoitre 83); Kachunga 6 (Sabiri 75), Ince 6, van La Parra 6; Mounie 6

SUBS NOT USED: Coleman, Williams, Hadergjonaj, Hefele

MANAGER: David Wagner 6

BOOKED: Jorgensen, Billing

MOTM: Michail Antonio

REFEREE: Kevin Friend 6



West Ham battle past Huddersfield to ease Bilic’s fear of following De Boer

Paul MacInnes at the London Stadium

Second-half goals from Pedro Obiang and André Ayew sealed West Ham’s first win of the season and alleviated the pressure on Slaven Bilic. The West Ham manager admitted the sacking of Frank de Boer by Crystal Palace earlier on Monday had been “in the back of my mind” before the match.

On the night, West Ham United did not look like a team of experienced, expensively recruited players. Their style was disjointed, their shape questionable. But in terms of fight and determination, Slaven Bilic’s side gave their all in the sort of performance you might associate with a far less glamorous side – a Huddersfield Town perhaps. In the end it was enough to take three points.

A deflected strike from Pedro Obiang was followed by André Ayew’s six-yard finish as West Ham cracked open a tightly contested encounter in the final 20 minutes. The Huddersfield manager, David Wagner, was disappointed in his team, who were organised in defence but rarely threatened going forward.

West Ham’s manager, meanwhile, was delighted. The game was scrappy and lacked quality but his team’s performance offered up half a dozen decent chances. On Bilic’s 49th birthday and after three consecutive demoralising defeats, this was a welcome gift.

“They gave everything,” Bilic said. “It was a top performance from us, not in the sense we played beautiful football but in other aspects. Determination in executing the game plan, in stopping them from doing anything.

“I’m 49 and I’ve been in serious football for 31 years,” Bilic added.

“I know how it goes, especially today, and I’m not going to lie, [De Boer] was in the back of my mind. But I’ve come to the zone where I don’t care about that. I care about the team. I saw my team really focus, not just today but yesterday, the day before.”

“It was a deserved defeat,” Wagner said. “Defensively we were OK, we were aware of the direct style. We got the flicks, we were good on the second balls but football is also an offensive game and offensively we weren’t good enough. We made so many unforced errors, bad decisions. It makes totally no sense to play without bravery and confidence especially after what the boys have done in the past. We haven’t shown what we are capable of.”

Wagner’s criticisms could have been equally applicable to the hosts. West Ham were making their first home appearance of the season and had adopted a new formation. Bilic, acting to plug the leaks that had led to his team accruing a goal difference of minus eight, had shifted to a back three, with James Collins returning to the team. Up front there was room for both Javier Hernández and Andy Carroll, the England striker making his first start in five months.

With Michail Antonio also in attack it was an unfamiliar and often uncertain formation, one held together by individual gumption. That said, it created chances and West Ham could have been ahead after only two minutes. A floated cross from the right found Carroll at the back post. Instead of heading, however, he opted to drop off his man and took the ball on his chest. Carroll then flashed the ball across goal but a sliding Cheikhou Kouyaté could not turn it over the line even from inches away.

Ten minutes later and another clear opportunity came the home side’s way. This time it was all of Antonio’s making as he powered past Chris Löwe and again managed to cut the ball back across the box. This time the cross skewed to Hernández but the Mexican poacher crashed his shot off the bar.

With five minutes of the half remaining, they crafted another opportunity, Carroll forcing Mathias Jorgensen into a weak clearing header only for Kouyaté, standing on the penalty spot, to make a complete hash of his shot.

For all that Wagner was down on his team for a lack of assertiveness, Huddersfield began to come into the game in the second half. They started to throw more numbers forward. Philip Billing forced Joe Hart into his first save in the 54th minute. On the hour they eked out their first corner.

At the other end West Ham were starting to look ragged. Hernández in particular was struggling in an unusual position at inside-forward. He was trying his best and twice tried to slide in the hard running Antonio but neither opening resulted in a shot. With 25 minutes remaining he was removed in favour of Ayew and it turned out to be the spark that changed the game.

In the 72nd minute the Ghana forward found Obiang just outside the penalty box. The midfielder unleashed a fierce, left-foot shot which hit Jorgensen, who had turned his back on it, and was deflected well over his goalkeeper Jonas Lössl and into the net. Five minutes later Ayew was on hand to force home another Aaron Cresswell corner. The relief in the stadium was palpable. Bilic jumped up and down like a birthday boy about to unwrap his presents.

After victory was sealed, Bilic sought to clarify remarks he had made about his chairman, David Sullivan, who had claimed the Croat had turned down the chance to sign Renato Sanches and Grzegorz Krychowiak.

“I’ve said some things. I said them and I wasn’t drunk,” Bilic said.

“I said nothing bad about the chairman, on the contrary I said we’d done good business. I defended him and just wanted to clear the situation with Sanches and Krychowiak. I didn’t want those players.”

Bilic added that, after a troubled year, the London Stadium was starting to feel like home. “We couldn’t wait to play here again,” he said. “This is the situation now. It will never be Upton Park but it doesn’t mean it can’t be our home. I really have a feeling and I see the players that we like it more and more here. That can only come with good results and good individual performances.” He achieved the former in this match, at least.


Relief for Slaven Bilic as West Ham United beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 to win first points of season

Jason Burt, Chief Football Correspondent, at London Stadium

Just when West Ham and Slaven Bilic needed it most fortune did not hide. Not this time. They deserved this precious victory to alleviate the pressure on their under-fire manager but achieved it with a bit of luck: an opening goal delivered through a heavy deflection and, with it, Bilic avoided the much-debated prospect, however likely, of becoming the second Premier League manager to be sacked within 24 hours.

On his 49th birthday, also, Bilic had the perfect gift. "It is my birthday and this is a great, great present for me,” he said before admitting he has felt the pressure – and knew he had to win. “We started with three away games and three defeats and this was a ‘must win’ game,” Bilic said. "It was not a nice performance but it was a top performance in all other stuff like getting the ball, winning free-kicks and corners. We totally deserve it.

"I feel the pressure for a whole year now. It is maybe not logical for me to be under pressure after three games but it is modern football. We said to the guys we would go back to basics.”

They did. West Ham’s second goal was scruffy, also, as befitting a scruffy match, played in tumultuous wet conditions but with this result they got their season finally up and running, with their first points, and ended Huddersfield’s unbeaten introduction to the Premier League. To cap a good night for West Ham there was even a clean sheet for goalkeeper Joe Hart – the first time he has achieved that in a league game since Jan 8, 23 matches ago.

It helped that Huddersfield lacked ambition – and their manager David Wagner did not hold back with his annoyance, claiming his team was “not brave enough or confident enough” - but with Crystal Palace having dismissed Frank de Boer following their fourth defeat in a row Bilic knew he had to avoid a similar sequence of results to guarantee his own survival.

And did so. Once again Bilic, who made five changes and an uncompromising change of approach, proved the doubters wrong. Once again he produced an impressive result just when he needed to and was rewarded for the gamble of playing Andy Carroll, who has been out injured since April, and was rewarded for his bold substitutions, not least taking off striker Javier Hernández which led to rumblings of disapproval. But it worked.

On a big night for the Hammers, it hammered down. For the first-half the rain was incessant, a reminder to Bilic, maybe, of that famous night at Wembley 10 years ago when he was the coach of Croatia as they beat England in a Euro 2008 qualifier and Steve McClaren – the wally with the brolly - lost his job the next day.

There were no umbrellas in sight but Bilic does appear to be fighting to keep his job, also, after those three away defeats and 10 goals conceded and an unhappy end to the transfer window. He needed a response and it was a bruising, physical encounter with crosses slung in and balls quickly pumped forward as West Ham pushed to make the breakthrough. There were 57 aerial duels – the most in any Premier League game so far this season. Carroll won 13 of them.

West Ham made a strong start. Cheikhou Kouyate was a stud’s length away from providing them with a lead, from Carroll’s fierce cross-shot, and then Hernández should have done after

Michail Antonio sped in behind Chris Lowe before pulling the ball back. It was half-cleared and fell to Hernández whose shot clipped the top of the crossbar and was scrambled away for a corner. Before half-time Kouyate went close again, and should have scored, but mis-kicked horribly from another knock-down.

The frustration grew, there was a rising restlessness. West Ham began to lose impetus and Bilic, crucially, made brave changes in search of the breakthrough. Finally it came and owed
everything to a huge slice of luck as Andre Ayew – who had replaced Hernández - played the ball inside to Pedro Obiang.

Twenty-five yards out the midfielder attempted to curl a shot high to the right of goalkeeper Jonas Lossl only for it to smack off the back of defender Mathias Jorgensen and looped the other way. With Lossl wrong-footed it dropped into the net and West Ham were in front. With it, also, Huddersfield had finally conceded a Premier League goal. What a way to do it.

It was soon two, though. From yet another corner the ball rebounded off Jose Fonte’s thigh and then Huddersfield striker Steve Mounie and ran to Ayew who stabbed it home from close-range.

Game over? Not yet. Huddersfield almost hit back with the ball dropping to Tom Ince who struck a fierce first-time shot from the area’s edge that thumped back off the cross-bar. But West Ham had their win. "It has been disappointing to read a few things on what's going on but all the lads are behind him [Bilic] and to get the win on his birthday is even better,” Carroll later said. Indeed so. Happy birthday. Bilic deserves it.

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