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  1. Your West Ham gossip round-uppublished at 18:57 28 January

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    There are just three days left in the January transfer window, so here's your latest round-up of the best West Ham transfer gossip to drop so far:

    • West Ham's top two targets to sign before deadline are both strikers: 20-year-old Albania international Armando Broja, who is on loan at Southampton from Chelsea, and Blackburn Rovers' Chile forward Ben Brereton Diaz, 22. (Football Insider), external

    • David Moyes is also eyeing a late move for Marseille and Senegal striker Bamba Dieng, with the French side willing to let him go this month for £8m. (RMC Sport - via Mail), external

    • Croatia defender Duje Caleta-Car is another Marseille player on West Ham's radar, but the club are being put off by the £20m asking price for the 25-year-old. (Talksport), external

    • The Hammers are interested in Liverpool defender Nat Phillips, along with Newcastle and Watford. (Independent), external

    • And the Hammers will compete with Liverpool to sign 19-year-old Fulham winger Fabio Carvalho, who was born in Portugal but has represented England at under-18 level. (Express), external

    How do you feel about West Ham's January business? Have your say here.

    You can also get all the best transfer chat via our gossip column here and track every done deal throughout January here.

    Catch up with all the latest transfer news by tuning into BBC Radio 5 Live's Transfer Gossip Daily podcast on BBC Sounds.

  2. Transfer window: West Ham need support up front and at the backpublished at 12:42 28 January

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    The transfer window is like the build-up to Christmas as a child - you make an early wishlist, it changes during the month, but in the final few days it's locked in and you hope Santa has done some good business.

    You want a nice surprise but fear the inevitable disappointment.

    West Ham NEED a striker. I argued this week our season hinges on it and, unlike Christmas, there's no mind-changing here.

    I don’t believe the link to Armando Broja but he would be first choice. He suits our style of play and there is enough evidence already he is a good Premier League forward - one who could become elite. Alexander Isak has always been my dream signing, and while it is unrealistic, he wasn't a year or two ago - and in 2024 we will probably say Broja is unrealistic.

    A centre-back is also required and ideally one better in possession than we have currently. We have had to play differently this season as more sides fear us, making last season’s successful counter-attacking game less common. Our opponents are discovering if they press Diop and Dawson they'll cause us trouble, so links to the likes of Duje Caleta-Car are welcome.

    And because every child likes to add extra at Christmas, I would love Aaron Hickey. We had to rush Cresswell back and the addition of Hickey would give us real competition at left-back. It would also allow Moyes to play three at the back, as he likes to drop Cresswell into the back three to have someone to travel with the ball. Hickey as wing-back would give us this flexibility.

    Who will West Ham sign before the window closes? Have your say

  3. Get the edge on your fantasy football rivalspublished at 15:00 27 January

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    Which players should you bring into your fantasy football teams ahead of a possible double gameweek?

    Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and the Statman Dave bring you the answer - and much more - in this week's Fantasy 606 podcast.

    Being the international break you've got plenty of time to ponder your selections - you have until 18:15 GMT on 8 February until the deadline.

    Listen to the full episode on BBC Sounds

  4. Bowen up for player of the month awardpublished at 11:33 27 January

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    After scoring three goals in four games across January, Jarrod Bowen has been nominated for the Premier League player of the month award.

    He's joined by Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne, James Ward-Prowse of Southampton, Leeds United's Jack Harrison and Wolves' Joao Moutinho.

  5. Tuesday talking point: Hammers need a striker for plan Bpublished at 12:30 25 January

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    David Moyes has said we’ve “been trying for two years to add another striker”. It’s probably true, but it is concerning. With six days left, it is crucial we sign a striker this January.

    Currently our plan A is an in-form Michail Antonio leading the line, understandable as he's been superb since becoming number nine. Our plan B is for an out-of-form Antonio to lead the line and hope he begins to play well while our plan C is to simply add a prayer and repeat plan B.

    And it's costing us points.

    Moyes in the transfer window during his second tenure has been brilliant - Jarrod Bowen, Tomas Soucek and Jesse Lingard as January additions have been faultless, while Vladimir Vladimir Coufal, Kurt Zouma and even the £2m Craig Dawson have been smart purchases.

    The “Moyes MOT” character test has worked and is a big strength but I think it is also his Achilles’ heel. He hesitates to spend and waste his limited budget despite having enough credit to gamble, get it wrong and it not be frowned upon by fans.

    While the two-year search for the perfect striker continues, his reluctance to bring in a 'gamble' has limited his options. He suggested himself Antonio needing subbing against Leeds but he had no alternatives. Broja at Southampton or Odsonne Edouard at Palace show there are lower-cost signings and, with a fatigued Antonio potentially featuring three times during the winter break for Jamaica, the Irons desperately need alternatives.

    It will be difficult to find someone to displace him immediately and that’s right. He's been brilliant but we need someone to change our current plan B. One day that striker may become our plan A and, ironically, save us millions in the long term.

    Who is the right man to ease the burden on Antonio? Let us know here

  6. VAR standards in Premier League 'not good enough'published at 10:34 25 January

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    Former Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards says VAR in the Premier League is "a shambles" after Liverpool's controversial penalty against Crystal Palace.

    Referee Kevin Friend was advised to go to the monitor and overturn his decision not to award a foul on Diogo Jota by Palace keeper Vicente Guaita.

    VAR has come under increased scrutiny recently after the pattern of referees heading to the monitor and subsequently changing their decision, a situation Richards says is untenable.

    "We've seen VAR used well but the standard in the Premier League is just not good enough," he said on BBC Radio 5 Live's Monday Night Club.

    "I've always tried to be protective of players and referees, but that was one of the worst decisions this season.

    "When you slow something down, it becomes a completely different incident.

    "It's a shambles at the moment."

    Has VAR got worse? Let us know what you think by following your club link over here

    Listen to full discussion on Premier League refereeing from 32'47 on BBC Sounds

  7. Your thoughts on West Ham's transfer windowpublished at 17:38 24 January

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    There's one week to go until the transfer window closes and we've been asking for your thoughts on West Ham so far - who should David Moyes buy, sell or keep?

    Here are some of your views so far:

    Jeremy: Fairly straightforward (excuse the pun) - a striker and centre-half are a must and maybe a left-back to challenge Cresswell.

    James: It has been over a year now since the sale of Sebastian Haller to Ajax for a cut price fee of £20m and here we are still without a striker in the first-team squad. Despite Bowen's good form he is not a centre-forward and we desperately need a fast, strong back-up to Antonio to ease the fixture congestion amid a potential Europa League and FA Cup run.

    Mike: Really disappointed with the activity so far. We’ve known for at least two months that we need a centre-back and centre-forward and nothing has happened. Moyes has been good on transfers before this window but I'm beginning to despair on getting players in. Lingard?

    Roy: January isn’t the best time to go shopping for new players. That said with the new investment in the club I would expect the purse strings to be eased. We need to sign three quality players, namely a striker, a centre-back and a left-back. They need to be hardened and experienced, this is not the time to buy youngsters with one eye on the future.

    Tell us who you want to see the Hammers sign

  8. Bowen your star man despite loss to Man Utdpublished at 09:39 24 January

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    You voted Jarrod Bowen as your man of the match in our Player Rater despite West Ham losing to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

    The forward, in game of few chances, worked tirelessly for the Hammers and came close to scoring as one shot hit the side-netting.

    Read the match report and see how all the players rated

  9. Man Utd 1-0 West Ham: Pick of the statspublished at 08:32 24 January

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    • Manchester United have won 21 of their 26 Premier League home games against West Ham (D3 L2) and are unbeaten in their last 14 against them at Old Trafford since a 1-0 loss in May 2007.

    • David Moyes has never won an away Premier League match against the Red Devils in 15 attempts (D4 L11), with only Harry Redknapp managing as many away games at Old Trafford without winning in the Premier League era (15 games).

    • West Ham have lost four of their past seven away games in the Premier League (W2 D1), one more than they’d lost in their previous 17 on the road in the competition (W10 D4 L3).

    • United have only lost once in their past 10 Premier League games (W6 D3), and have kept their first clean sheet in the competition in six matches.

    • Marcus Rashford has been directly involved in more goals against West Ham in all competitions than he has versus any other side in his club career (8 – 4 goals, 4 assists).

  10. Leader Rice just the kind of player Man Utd needpublished at 07:43 24 January

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    In a tight game at Old Trafford, settled by a last-second goal that was millimetres away from being offside, one element stood out.

    Declan Rice was by far the most effective midfield player on view.

    The West Ham skipper is the kind of driving force Manchester United lack, a leader, capable of breaking up play and starting attacks in a smooth, unfussy way.

    Rice will spearhead the Hammers' drive for a European spot this term – and also their Europa League campaign.

    But, in the summer, West Ham will do well to keep hold of him. If they fail, someone will be paying a high price to sign him.

    A season spiralling out of control for United has been stabilised to an extent but this latest effort was unconvincing and another of those days when Cristiano Ronaldo failed to live up to his superstar billing.

  11. Man Utd 1-0 West Ham - Moyes reactionpublished at 17:52 22 January

    West Ham boss David Moyes to BBC Match of the Day: "It's not easy when you lose a goal in the last second.

    "It was certainly avoidable. We made a couple of poor decisions in the build-up to it.

    "A draw would have been a good result as we hadn't played well enough to score goals, but we certainly kept Man Utd out enough to get the draw.

    "I want to win. I’m not coming to these teams to let them beat me. I’m coming to challenge them. I can’t fault the players for their effort. But we just lacked little bits and did not do the correct things, how to see games out and we didn’t do that in the last minute.

    "They [the team] been great, we need to keep at it, hanging in there. See where we end up. It shows you how disappointed we are that we’ve come here and should have got a point."

  12. Follow Man Utd v West Ham live published at 14:36 22 January

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    We're bringing you live radio and text commentary of Manchester United v West Ham United, plus coverage of the rest of Saturday's Premier League fixtures.

    Follow all the action here

    You'll be able to catch up with all the post-match reaction on this page after full-time.

  13. Manchester United v West Ham - confirmed team newspublished at 14:00 22 January

    There is just one change to the Manchester United side from the win over Brentford.

    Victor Lindelof misses out after a burglary at his house so Harry Maguire returns to captain the side.

    Man Utd XI: De Gea, Maguire, Ronaldo, Greenwood, Fred, Fernandes, Varane, Dalot, Telles, Elanga, McTominay. 

    Subs: Henderson, Jones, Mata, Martial, Rashford, Lingard, Cavani, Matic, Van de Beek.

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    West Ham boss David Moyes has made three changes from the side who lost to Leeds United.

    Alphonse Areola starts in goal with Lucasz Fabianski not involved. Issa Diop and Nikola Vlasic drop to the bench, while Tomas Soucek and Kurt Zouma return.

    West Ham XI: Areola, Cresswell, Zouma, Coufal, Fornals, Antonio, Lanzini, Dawson, Bowen, Soucek, Rice.

    Subs: Randolph, Yarmolenko, Vlasic, Noble, Diop, Fredericks, Masuaku, Johnson, Kral.

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  14. Lawro's predictions: Man Utd v West Hampublished at 18:01 21 January

    Mark Lawrenson takes on singer and Chelsea fan Call Me Loop in the latest round of Premier League predictions.

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    Lawro's prediction: 2-1

    The race is on for the Champions League places with only two points separating West Ham in fourth and Manchester United in seventh.

    Ralf Rangnick's side, who have got a game in hand on the Hammers, are still a hotchpotch of a team, but they managed to beat Brentford on Wednesday which was hugely important for their season.

    The Hammers are pretty consistent, but the problem with predicting Manchester United games at the moment is that you don't know what kind of performance you are going to get from them. Every time they play it seems to be a different story.

    Call Me Loop's prediction: This was one I felt could go either way. Apologies to my brother, but I am going with West Ham to win it. 1-2

    Find out how Lawro and Call Me Loop think the rest of the weekend's fixtures will go

  15. Man Utd v West Ham: Team newspublished at 17:15 21 January

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    Manchester United's Victor Lindelof will miss the game after a burglary at his house, while Jadon Sancho could also be absent due to personal reasons.

    Eric Bailly, Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all unavailable, but Scott McTominay should be fit.

    West Ham await news on whether Tomas Soucek and Kurt Zouma could feature.

    Said Benrahma may return after Algeria were knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations, but Mark Noble is again set to be absent with a knee injury.

    Is there a place for McTominay in your United XI?

    Who would you pick in your Hammers starting XI?

  16. 'I look back with fond memories'published at 16:27 21 January

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    David Moyes insists that he looks back on his time at Manchester United with "fond memories" despite his difficult time in charge.

    The West Ham boss admitted being "disappointed" in himself that he "couldn't do a better job" at Old Trafford during his spell in 2013-14.

    "When you go to the big clubs you get judged immediately, and you have to expect that. I've said many times it is a brilliant club," he said.

    "It was a great, great job to have.

    "Overall, as everybody has seen, Manchester United have had some of the best managers in the world, even in recent years, and it's a tough job.

    "It happens in football that you don't always get it right, you don't win all the games you should do at times but I look back at it with really fond memories.

    "The people I worked with, the players I had there, they were excellent. I just could not get it to work at the time."