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Newcastle end goal drought while home return of West Ham striker is not enough to prevent Allardyce’s team slipping into relegation zone

McCarthy turns heat on Zola in survival battle

Wolves manager says West Ham will feel the pressure in tonight's relegation six-pointer

Terry and Capello respond to Wembley crowd

Fabio Capello hailed the Wembley crowd for helping axed skipper John Terry get over his England heartache.

FA to review Warnock's outburst at linesman over corner controversy

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock and his scathing FA Cup post-match comments about the assistant referee, Trevor Massey, will be reviewed by the Football Association today.

Cole committed to West Ham cause

England striker Carlton Cole insists he was happy to reject interest from other clubs during the transfer window to concentrate on West Ham's survival campaign.

Zola draws line under owner row

Gianfranco Zola insists his players were not sending a defiant message to the club's new co-owners as they mobbed the Italian coach during their 2-0 win over Birmingham.

Zola slams Gudjohnsen over West Ham snub

West Ham boss Gianfranco Zola admits he has lost respect for Eidur Gudjohnsen after the Iceland forward chose to snub the Hammers at the 11th hour in favour of a switch to Tottenham.

Zola: regime change a 'massive' boost

Manager hopes club is over crisis while new owners launch bid for Blackburn striker

Sullivan and Gold to fund Zola's fight for survival

New owners back manager and bring in Karren Brady to help tackle 'serious mess'

Football in Brief: Dobson and Pashley take over at Turf Moor

Burnley have put director of youth development Martin Dobson and youth-team coach Terry Pashley in charge of the first team after the departure of previous caretaker manager Steve Davis. First-team coach Davis and goalkeeping coach Phil Hughes have gone to Bolton to link up with Owen Coyle, who was confirmed as Wanderers manager on Friday evening. Dobson and Pashley's first match will be at Manchester United on Saturday.

Higuain plays down Arsenal rumours

Despite being linked with a transfer to Arsenal this month, Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain says he has no plans to leave Real.

West Ham determined to keep Cole

West Ham boss Gianfranco Zola insists that the club will not be forced to sell star striker Carlton Cole.

Zola warns suitors off Carlton Cole

West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola has issued a firm "hands off" warning to potential suitors of Carlton Cole as the England striker prepares for his return to first-team action.

Terry a doubt for Brazil friendly

Fabio Capello is confident John Terry will be fit to skipper England against Brazil tomorrow but Frank Lampard is set to miss up to three weeks with a thigh injury.

Liverpool linked with Carlton Cole

Liverpool are planning a January swoop for West Ham striker Carlton Cole according to reports.

Zola makes West Ham assurances

Defiant Gianfranco Zola insists he will find the solutions needed to get West Ham out of the relegation zone when the Barclays Premier League resumes.

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