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 12:21 Mon Sep 19
Monday newspapers ( includes West Ham)
BBC

Chelsea are set to appoint Christoph Freund as their new sporting director after agreeing terms with Red Bull Salzburg (Fabrizio Romano)

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers faces an uncertain time during the international break, with the Foxes considering whether to reluctantly change their manager. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Thomas Frank says he is "very happy" at Brentford after being linked with the Leicester manager's job. (Sky Sports)

Juventus were looking at appointing Roberto de Zerbi if they sacked Max Allegri, and wanted to hijack Brighton's move for the Italian manager. (Times - subscription required)

Real Madrid have cooled their interest in 23-year-old France forward Kylian Mbappe and will no longer chase the PSG star if he has no interest in signing. (Marca - in Spanish)

Barcelona are weighing up making a move for 30-year-old Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho, whose contract with the Blues runs out next summer. (Mirror)

France's 21-year-old defender William Saliba has indicated he would sign a new contract at Arsenal if the club offered him fresh terms. (Sky Sports)

Everton have opened talks with Nigeria midfielder Alex Iwobi over a new contract for the 26-year-old, whose current deal runs until 2024. (Liverpool Echo)

Paris St-Germain football advisor Luis Campos says that the club did not sign Barcelona and France winger Ousmane Dembele in the summer because the 25-year-old did not fit their system. (RMC Sport, via Marca)

Celtic are interested in Maccabi Tel Aviv and Israel Under-21s attacking midfielder Oscar Gloukh, 18, and could make an £8m bid in January (Record)

Chelsea and England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, 21, says he has been told by club owner Todd Boehly he still has a future at Stamford Bridge, despite being sent on loan to Bayer Leverkusen. (Mail)

Manchester United target Cody Gakpo, 23, has endured a "difficult" start to the season after the Netherlands winger was linked with moves away from the club, claims PSV sporting director Marcel Brands (ED - in Dutch)

West Ham target Dan-Axel Zagadou, 23, is set to join Stuttgart after the French defender left Borussia Dortmund in the summer. (Kicker - in German)

Uruguay defender Ronald Araujo, 23, rejected offers from several Premier League clubs before signing his new contract at Barcelona until 2026. (Sport - in Spanish)

Sean Dyche and Nathan Jones are among the early favourites to be Cardiff manager after Steve Morison was sacked on Sunday. (Wales Online)





Sky Paper Talk

THE GUARDIAN

Chelsea are closing on an agreement with Red Bull Salzburg sporting director Christoph Freund to take up a similar role at Stamford Bridge under new boss Graham Potter.

Wolves defender Nathan Collins waited after Saturday's red card for a horror tackle on Jack Grealish to apologise to the Manchester City and England star.

THE SUN

A total of 12 Manchester United players returned from the Europa League trip to face Sheriff Tiraspol in Moldova with a reported case of food poisoning.

Leicester City could face a bill of up to £10m if they decide to sack Brendan Rodgers with Brentford's Thomas Frank a likely candidate to replace him along with former Burnley boss Sean Dyche.

Angel Di Maria issued an apology to Juventus fans after he was sent off during their shock defeat to Serie A minnows Monza on Sunday.

Marcos Rojo was handed an additional suspension for his red card during Boca Juniors' clash with River Plate last week, with a one-match playing ban supplemented by authorities banning him from captaining his club for a month.

Barcelona are set to revert to a badge they used in the 1970s from next season.

Wayne Rooney has admitted life at DC United is "boring" without wife Coleen and his children being in Washington alongside him.

DAILY MIRROR

Charlie Savage impressed Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag during a U21 game on Friday night and was asked to train with the first-team squad the following day.

DAILY MAIL

Antoine Griezmann finally started for Atletico Madrid on Sunday night against rivals Real amid reports that a cut-price £22m deal with Barcelona had been agreed to bring an end to him having to come off the bench to avoid a £35m clause in his loan contract.

Furious Juventus fans called for Thomas Tuchel to become their new head coach after turning on Max Allegri during the surprise defeat by Monza.

Oliver Kahn has dismissed talk that Bayern Munich are considering removing Julian Nagelsmann as head coach after their winless run was extended to four games and led to talk that Thomas Tuchel might be approached to take over.

Arthur Melo has asked to play for Liverpool's U21 side in a bid to get up to speed and secure more of a role in Jurgen Klopp's Premier League line-up after the international break.

Nyck De Vries is close to being rewarded for his point-scoring Formula One debut but his first full-time drive could come with Alpha Tauri, not Williams.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

England leg-spinners Archie Lenham and Rehan Ahmed have signed up to play in the Pakistan Junior League, the first Twenty20 franchise league for U19 players.






Guardian

Sublime Maupay strike gives Everton first win of season against West Ham

Will Unwin at Goodison Park

A first Premier League win of the season and the first goal for his new striker have lifted the gloom for Frank Lampard going into the international break. The Everton performance to defeat West Ham was industrious, littered with brief moments of quality, including Neal Maupay’s sublime winner, but little more. Lampard will not mind how the result arrived but he will be desperate for it to provide lift-off for Everton this season.

The minute’s silence was interrupted repeatedly by boos from home supporters. The away end’s rapid retort was a profane request to shut up, a sign of the lack of imagination in the back and forth to come from Everton and West Ham. Overall the atmosphere at Goodison Park was subdued for large parts as fans watched a side without their No 9, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is yet to feature this season, or Jordan Pickford, also injured. The fiery atmosphere that helped keep Everton in the league last season has been replaced with trepidation and fear. The fans arrived in hope rather than expectation and they were rewarded for their commitment.

There are nerves abounding at Goodison Park; every misplaced pass in the early stages was greeted with a mixture of sighs and groans. Supporters are fearful of a repeat of last year’s battle for survival. Hearts were pumping a little faster when Jarrod Bowen burst into the penalty area and sent a cross into the six-yard box. Everton’s captain, Conor Coady, got a toe on it before colliding with Asmir Begovic as they watched the ball bounce inches wide rather than into the back of the net.

Despite not scoring more than once in a game this season, there is no lack of attacking talent among the Everton ranks. Demarai Gray caused problems on both flanks; first he fired a dangerous cross from the left that defeated everyone, soon followed by being brought down on the right after bamboozling the defender with mesmerising footwork. He took the subsequent free-kick but Amadou Onana could only head it over.

West Ham looked more composed, possibly buoyed by the distraction from their domestic form of the Europa Conference League, where they have managed to pick up a couple of victories, against FCSB of Romania and Denmark’s Silkeborg. They could at least claim they had enjoyed the only two efforts on target of the first half: two of the tamest headers imaginable, that Begovic could have saved with his eyes closed. Things could only get better.

It was always going to be Gray who had the first shot on goal for Everton. It took him 49 minutes to get a sight at goal, and when he did he should have done better. Starting the second half on the left, he dribbled and cut inside the full-back only to clip a shot straight at Lukasz Fabianski. The important thing was it showed intent.

Maupay had spent the afternoon looking ineffective as the latest Calvert-Lewin replacement. Rarely did he make the right run for teammates but when it mattered he found the net. Alex Iwobi played the ball into the Frenchman, he took a touch on the edge of the box to control the ball, swivelled and fired a right-footed shot home with his second. The subdued nature of Goodison was forgotten as every stand erupted in unison.

Willing and intent were finally aligned for Everton, putting West Ham on the back foot. Gray was further boosted by his side having a rare lead, causing Vladimir Coufal constant problems. The winger flashed a cross into the six-yard box but no one was able to greet it with the touch required to double the lead.

After a carefree 20 minutes following the goal, nerves returned to the stands with fans desperate for Everton to see things through. Their fears were not allayed when the substitute Saïd Benrahma picked up a loose ball 25 yards from goal, got it out of his feet and took aim. A statue-like Begovic was defeated but he was relieved to hear a ping amid the silence as the ball hit the inside of a post and bounced clear.

Maxwel Cornet had two fine chances to equalise but a mixture of Begovic and Nathan Patterson prevented him from scoring. Everton held on and few inside the ground cared how.




Evening Standard

Declan Rice wants West Ham reaction ‘fast’ after Everton loss

By Jonathan Gorrie

Declan Rice slammed his West Ham teammates following Sunday’s loss at Everton, urging them to “take more care”.

The Premier League has offered something of a reality check to David Moyes’ side this season, proving an unhappy hunting ground when compared to their Europa Conference League campaign.

After seven games, the Hammers sit in the relegation zone with only one win and face a huge task to get anywhere close to replicating the success of the last two seasons.

Neal Maupay scored the only goal of an underwhelming game at Goodison Park on Sunday and Moyes put them blame on some of his more experienced players.

“It was mainly about the players I know about in the main who let me down at different times with poor play overall,” he said.

“The players who played last year are down on their level as well as us introducing new players. We have shown signs we were getting back to it but I don’t think we did today.”

Speaking to the club’s in-house media channel after the game, Rice said: “We need to take more care.

“If you look at the quality we’ve got and the amount we give the ball away by making silly decisions, we can’t play like that.

“Us as players, we just spoke about that in there (the dressing room); we need to be better at keeping the ball, passing the ball and moving the ball.

“I want the front players to play as freely as possible and feel like the best players in the world, but if we keep making the same mistakes and not learning, it will come back to haunt us.

“We did that in the first half and next thing they get a goal and hold on for the three points.

“Look, we need a reaction and we need it fast. The last two years have been incredible but they’re only memories now.

“We’re down the bottom of the table, which isn’t a good thing, so we need to pick ourselves up and get out of that. It’s down to us.”




Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Texas Iron 5:06 Mon Sep 19
Re: Monday newspapers ( includes West Ham)
Cheers…

Banjo 1:23 Mon Sep 19
Re: Monday newspapers ( includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 1:12 Mon Sep 1

Thanks Alan 1:12 Mon Sep 19
Re: Monday newspapers ( includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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