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West Ham still not safe after Palace defeat

By Rob Virtue on April 20, 2014 9:44 AM |


West Ham's troubles are still not over as the Hammers were on the end of a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace at Upton Park on Saturday.

The Hammers failed to break down Pulis' miserly side who have conceded fewer goals in his 23 games in charge than they did in the previous 12.

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Charlton and Bolton played out a goalless draw in a Good Friday clash at The Valley.

Bolton manager Dougie Freedman has formed a smart side who have risen to mid-table safety thanks largely to a six game unbeaten run on their travels.

West Ham: Jarvis says top 10 is still the aim

By Rob Virtue on April 17, 2014 10:45 AM |


Winger Matt Jarvis said he should have been cleverer in an attempt to reward West Ham with a penalty, after the Hammers lost 3-1 at the hands of Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.

Nippy winger, Jarvis appeared to be clipped by right back Bacary Sagna earlier in the first half. However, the £11m signing from Wolves stayed on his feet and the game carried on.

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One piece of good news Charlton can salvage out of defeat at home to Barnsley is the long-awaited return of last year's player of the year Chris Solly.

The full-back played well for 70 minutes of Tuesday's match before being taken off as a precaution. And afterwards manager Jose Riga said he's a huge part of the side.


West Ham were outclassed by a slick Arsenal side as the Gunners were 3-1 victors over the Hammers at The Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.

Manager, Sam Allardyce was pleased with the performance of his side; however, the former Bolton gaffer said it counts for nothing when you lose.


Sam Allardyce's West Ham let a lead slip again to Arsenal as they were beaten 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Arsenal are now unbeaten against West Ham in 12 games, winning their last six against the East Londoners.

Barnsley edge Charlton in relegation six-pointer

By Rob Virtue on April 15, 2014 9:56 PM |

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If Charlton hoped their relegation fears were just a bad dream then they were given a big pinch by Barnsley at The Valley on Tuesday night.

The Yorkshiremen got a first goal against the run of play before fluking a second to give them a vital three points against their rivals for the drop.



by Ian Toal

Millwall still have a chance of staying in the Championship this season after a pulsating 2-2 home draw versus Watford last Saturday.

Thousands ran in the London Marathon yesterday, raising millions for charities around the world.

Participants set-off from Greenwich just after 10am, running past Woolwich Common, Cutty Sark and Deptford Park along the route.

Runners passed through the iconic high-rise towers at Canary Wharf at the 18th mile and then they returned west towards The Mall for the finish.

Nation's favourite Mo Farah completed his marathon debut in 2hr 8min 21sec, just four minutes behind Kenya's Wilson Kipsang, who won with a course-record time of 2hr 4min 29sec.

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It was no merry trip to the seaside for Charlton as they suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of promotion-chasing Brighton.

Saturday's result leaves the Addicks just one point from the relegation zone, though with two games in hand over local rivals Millwall in 22nd place.


★ Set to be held at Boisdale of Canary Wharf on May 15, this sporting lunch with Alastair Cook is a must for cricket lovers.



by Ian Toal

Just when we had written off our chances of surviving in the Championship this season we go and pull two away shocks out of the bag, winning 2-1 at Nottingham Forest on Saturday and 1-0 at Wigan on Tuesday night.


Charlton's new manager Jose Riga said he still doesn't know if he will be at The Valley next year but admits he's enjoying life in England.

Victory over Yeovil on Tuesday night saw the Belgian's fourth win since taking over from Chris Powell and the Addicks are now two points clear of the relegation zone with two games in hand.

Charlton see off Yeovil as the goals finally come

By Rob Virtue on April 8, 2014 9:48 PM |

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A two goal salvo in the opening minutes of the second half gave Charlton a hugely important win over relegation rivals Yeovil at The Valley.

It wasn't always pretty but there were glimpses of skill and tenacity, as well as much missed cutting edge in front of goal.

West Ham: Demel says the season's been a success

By Rob Virtue on April 8, 2014 10:09 AM |


West Ham's Guy Demel says the club's second half to the season represents a success.

But the former Ivory Coast international said they still need to push for tenth place to match their early season targets.

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