WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
33%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Alan 1:46 Tue Dec 8
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Jesse Lingard's representatives are exploring loan options for the Manchester United and England midfielder in January, with Real Sociedad one of the clubs they have held initial talks with regarding the 27-year-old. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal's out-of-favour Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 32, is "90%" certain to join Fenerbahce next month, according to one of the Turkish side's congress members. (Sport Digitale, via Mirror)

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says he is under no pressure to sell £71m Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 26. (Evening Standard)

Manchester United could turn to Real Madrid's Spain wing-back Lucas Vazquez, 29, as they seek competition for Englishman Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 23. (Defensa Central - in Spanish)

West Bromwich Albion boss Slaven Bilic's future at the club is in doubt after six points from the opening 11 games of the Premier League campaign. (Mirror)

Manchester United are keen to allow Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero to leave next month and will sell him if their £2m asking price is met, although a loan move for the 33-year-old could also transpire. (Football Insider)

Chelsea and Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, 19, says he does not know "what the future holds" for him at the club following his return from injury and the new signings the Blues have made. (Star)

Brazil striker Hulk, 34, has left Shanghai SIPG and has been linked with a move to the Premier League on a free transfer. (Sun)

Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are being linked with AC Milan's Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 23, who is valued at around £45m and whose current contract is due to expire in June 2022. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Liverpool hope to start negotiations with Brazil defensive midfielder Fabinho, 27, over a new contract soon. (Guardian)

Dutchman Jetro Willems has rejected the offer of a new contract at Eintracht Frankfurt, handing Newcastle United the chance to sign the 26-year-old left wing-back, who had a loan spell with the Magpies last term. (Chronicle)

Moroccan left-back Achraf Lazaar, 28, could leave Newcastle in the January transfer window, with the player's contract running out in the summer. (Passione Inter, via Chronicle)

Newcastle are aiming to return to their Benton base on Tuesday as they look to resume training after last week's Covid-19 crisis that caused the postponement of their match with Aston Villa. The Magpies hope their fixture with West Brom will take place as scheduled this weekend. (Chronicle)






HITC

‘No word from the patsies’: Richard Keys slams West Ham United controversy

Well-known sports presenter Richard Keys has given his take on controversial incidents during West Ham United’s match against Manchester United at the weekend, as quoted on the club’s official website.

West Ham suffered a 3-1 defeat to Man United at the London Stadium in the Premier League at the weekend.

There was a major controversial incident that probably helped Man United in their comeback victory.

Dean Henderson’s long clearance for Paul Pogba appeared to have gone out of play, but the decision went in favour of the Red Devils.

Keys, formerly of Sky Sports and now at beIN SPORTS, has strongly criticised the decision regarding Henderson’s long ball and has said that Bruno Fernandes should have been penalised.

The well-known sports presenter wrote on his website: “In the PL they can’t even get basic calls right. What on earth did the lino at West Ham not see? No word from the patsies yet as to why Simon Long didn’t rule that ball down the line out of play. We all saw it was – all of us – except him. If any of us made a similar catastrophic decision at work we’d be out on our ear. That was a game ebbing away from Man United.

“And as if that calamitous error wasn’t enough – why wasn’t Fernandes penalised for his outrageous lunge at Fabianski a couple of minutes later? The keeper leapt out of the way of flailing studs – knocked the ball into touch – and United scored from the throw. It was a foul by Fernandes – clear and obvious.

“Why didn’t Andre Marriner see it? Why didn’t his assistant – the very same Simon Long? Why didn’t VAR pick it up. Put that one down in the ever growing list of ‘mistakes’ column Mr Riley – match changing errors. Isn’t that what VAR was brought in for?”

Disappointment for West Ham United

While there is no doubt that United were the better side in the second half against West Ham, that controversial goal did help the Red Devils a lot.

The Hammers will feel disappointed with that decision and will feel that they could have picked up all three points from the encounter.

However, there is nothing that anyone can do about it now, and West Ham need to move on.

The Hammers will return to action on Friday evening when they take on Leeds United away from home at Elland Road in the Premier League.





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Kelly Smunt 10:09 Tue Dec 8
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
This was the same linesman who - despite being only 8 yards away with a unobstructed view - failed to see a blatant handball by Maguire which would have given us a fee kick in a dangerous attacking position. Bent bastard.

Texas Iron 5:49 Tue Dec 8
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
I saw the linesman turn his back on the ball and waddle down the line... that's why he didn't see obvious out of play...

Cheers...

Mex Martillo 3:57 Tue Dec 8
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Yep, Pwoper and comes our stronger than many a West Ham fan. It’s not VAR it’s the arsenhole sin charge.
Thanks Alan

PwoperNaughtyButNot 3:21 Tue Dec 8
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Old hairy hands dump chest says something in support of the hammers? Got to be a first

ted fenton 3:16 Tue Dec 8
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bill green 3:01 Tue Dec 8

bill green 3:01 Tue Dec 8
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Thanks Alan 2:09 Tue Dec 8

Thanks Alan 2:09 Tue Dec 8
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Lee Trundle 1:50 Tue Dec 8
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£2m for Sergio Romero?

That's decent value.





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