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19 April 2024 0

Leicester City: Jamie Vardy, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall & Ricardo Pereira could miss West Brom game

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Split image of Leicester City's Jamie Vardy, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Ricardo Pereira
Jamie Vardy, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Ricardo Pereira stayed with Leicester this season after the club’s relegation from the Premier League

Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Ricardo Pereira are all doubts for Saturday’s crucial Championship match against West Brom.

Foxes leading scorer Vardy took a knock during the week and all three players will be assessed before kick-off.

Defender Pereira is also injured, while midfielder Dewsbury-Hall has struggled with

15 April 2024 0

West Ham’s George Earthy leaves hospital after head injury

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West Ham teenager George Earthy
George Earthy made his Premier League debut on Sunday against Fulham

West Ham teenager George Earthy has left hospital following further assessment on the head injury he suffered against Fulham on Sunday.

The 19-year-old collided with team-mate Edson Alvarez shortly after coming on as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat.

Midfielder Earthy received medical attention for about seven minutes before being carried off on a stretcher and taken to hospital.

12 April 2024 0

Adam Reach: West Brom defender says work still to do to secure play-off spot

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Adam Reach in action for West Brom
Adam Reach joined West Brom from Sheffield Wednesday in August 2021 and has made 74 appearances

West Bromwich Albion full-back Adam Reach says they know you “don’t win anything for finishing fifth” as the push to confirm the club’s place in the Championship play-offs nears its end.

The Baggies’ grip on fifth spot dates back to December and victory over Sunderland on Saturday could all-but seal a top-six finish.


12 April 2024 0

Wolves: Disallowing late goal against West Ham was correct – panel

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Match of the Day analysis: Disallowing Wolves goal against West Ham ‘doesn’t make sense‘

The controversial decision to deny Wolves a stoppage-time equaliser against West Ham was correct, the Key Match Incidents Panel has ruled.

Wolves manager Gary O’Neil said it was “possibly the worst decision I have ever seen” and was charged by the Football Association for his post-match behaviour towards the officials.

Wolves chairman Jeff Shi released a

6 April 2024 0

Wolves 1-2 West Ham: Gary O’Neil says disallowed equaliser ‘possibly worst decision I’ve ever seen’

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Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Gary O'Neil remonstrates with officials following his team's defeat by West Ham United at Molineux
Gary O’Neil’s side have been on the wrong end of decisions on a number of occasions this season

Wolves boss Gary O’Neil says the decision to disallow a last-gasp equaliser for his team against West Ham was “possibly the worst decision I have ever seen”.

Skipper Maximilian Kilman thought he had levelled in the ninth minute of stoppage time with a header that beat Lucasz Fabianski and found the far

1 April 2024 0

Kalvin Phillips: West Ham boss David Moyes says midfielder needs ‘support’ after fan incident

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Kalvin Phillips looks on
Kalvin Phillips is yet to score or have an assist this season

England midfielder Kalvin Phillips needs “support and people to help him”, says West Ham manager David Moyes.

The 28-year-old was allegedly caught making an offensive gesture to fans while getting on the team bus after Saturday’s loss at Newcastle United.

“We need our fans to give all our players the support they require,” Moyes said.

Phillips is on

19 March 2024 0

David Sullivan: West Ham owner opposes introduction of independent football regulator

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Fans protest outside of Stamford Bridge
Football supporters across the country protested after the announcement of the European Super League in 2021

West Ham United owner David Sullivan says the Premier League “may cease” to be the world’s top division if an independent regulator is introduced.

Such a regulator would be brought in if the Football Governance Bill – which had its first reading in Parliament on Tuesday – is made law.

The UK government announced

18 March 2024 0

David Moyes: West Ham boss hopes to ‘crack Kalvin Phillips code’

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Kalvin Phillips being shown the red card by referee Thomas Bramall at Nottingham Forest
There were just two minutes and 56 seconds between Kalvin Phillips’ two yellow cards at Nottingham Forest

West Ham boss David Moyes hopes to “crack the code” that will restore Kalvin Phillips to top form.

The midfielder joined the Hammers on loan from Manchester City in January in an effort to preserve his England place at Euro 2024.

However, he missed out on Gareth Southgate’s latest squad, with the England

18 March 2024 0

Shilen Patel: West Bromwich Albion owner aiming high – but with realism and patience

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Shilen Patel surveys the view at The Hawthorns
Shilen Patel’s arrival at The Hawthorns follows American ownership at neighbours Aston Villa and Birmingham City

Another English club, another West Midlands club, another new American owner with dreams.

But West Bromwich Albion’s new main man Shilen Patel mixes those ambitions with realism.

The 43-year-old businessman has taken over the Championship club as they chase promotion back to the Premier League, via the play-offs.

Albion are fifth, have been fifth

10 March 2024 0

Huddersfield Town 1-4 West Bromwich Albion: Baggies score four second-half goals

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West Brom's Mikey Johnston celebrates scoring
Mikey Johnston joined West Brom on loan from Celtic on 1 February

Mikey Johnston scored twice and Okay Yokuslu netted a long-range thunderbolt in a superb West Bromwich Albion comeback victory at relegation-threatened Huddersfield Town.

The Terriers would have moved out of the Championship’s bottom three with a win and led with Delano Burgzorg’s 30th-minute goal, his left-footed angled shot squirming underneath visiting goalkeeper Alex Palmer.

But fifth-placed Albion, far