West Ham to investigate racism claims

West Ham United are investigating claims that the families of Victor Obinna and Frédéric Piquionne were racially abused by fans during Saturday's home defeat to Manchester United.

Avram Grant handed two-match ban

West Ham manager Avram Grant has been handed a two-match touchline ban and fined £6,000 for comments made about match official Mike Jones, the Football Association has confirmed.

Grant denies FA conduct charge

The West Ham manager Avram Grant has denied a charge of improper conduct. The charge relates to comments made about referee Mike Jones following the FA Cup defeat to Stoke on 13 March. A personal hearing will now be held no later than 7 April.

Avram Grant denies charge of improper conduct

West Ham manager Avram Grant has denied a charge of improper conduct.

Grant short of striking options

West Ham United face a shortage of options up front as they seek a first win at Tottenham since 1999, with Frederic Piquionne (foot) and Demba Ba both doubtful.

Keane watches the West Ham revival with mixed emotions

Robbie Keane has revealed his frustration at spending the last five weeks on the sidelines at West Ham with a thigh injury. Keane, signed on loan from Tottenham, scored on his debut and impressed in his second appearance before picking up the injury in training, ruling him out for just over a month.

Avram Grant charged with improper conduct

West Ham manager Avram Grant has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following comments he made about match official Mike Jones after his side's 2-1 FA Cup defeat to Stoke at the weekend.

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