West Ham not a dirty team, says Sam Allardyce

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West Ham not a dirty team - Allardyce

Manager Sam Allardyce says West Ham are not a "dirty team" despite becoming the first side in Premier League history to receive eight yellow cards in a single game during their 2-1 win at QPR.

Record signing Matt Jarvis gave West Ham a dream start by heading in after three minutes and Ricardo Vaz Te poked in to double the lead before half-time. But QPR rallied after the interval and Adel Taarabt cut the deficit, but the hosts had Samba Diakite sent off late on.

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