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West Ham today sacked Gianfranco Zola after narrowly avoiding relegation from the Premier League.

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Zola refuses to discuss future until next week

Gianfranco Zola's future at Upton Park remains a matter of speculation but the West Ham manager will not discuss the issue until his meeting with club owners David Gold and David Sullivan next week.

The football manager rich list

Fabio Capello not only heads the England team but also leads the list of the richest managers in British and Irish football, it was revealed today.

West Ham admit Zola may leave

West Ham co-owner David Gold admits there is a very real possibility that his efforts to persuade Gianfranco Zola to stay on as manager may ultimately prove to be in vain.

West Ham admit Fulham appeal was a mistake

David Gold admits West Ham made a mistake by complaining to the Premier League over Fulham's decision to field what he describes as their "ladies team" in the Cottagers' 2-0 defeat against Hull.

Parker untouchable as Hammers clear house

The owners of West Ham United are preparing for a huge clear-out of players and are already shopping for replacements, with a bid of £4m for midfielder Graham Dorrans which has been rejected by West Bromwich.

Parker speaks up for 'talented' Zola

Scott Parker, whose winning goal against Wigan on Saturday all but secured West Ham's place in the Premier League, has paid a heartfelt tribute to Gianfranco Zola, the club's beleaguered manager.

Gold wants Zola to continue as West Ham manager

West Ham co-chairman David Gold wants Gianfranco Zola to continue as manager.

Gold urges Zola to stay at West Ham after trip to 'hell and back'

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Parker pens West Ham's survival story

West Ham United 3 Wigan Athletic 2: Midfielder caps powerhouse display with a 30-yard thunderbolt to all but ensure the Hammers will stay up

Parker's return boosts Zola

The return of Scott Parker and Carlton Cole's willingness to play despite continued problems with his knee provide a timely fillip for Gianfranco Zola as he seeks to ensure West Ham's survival in the Premier League before his seemingly inevitable departure from Upton Park next month.

Zola focused on relegation battle

Gianfranco Zola and Steve Clarke have refused to be drawn on their futures at West Ham and instead insisted they are concentrating solely on the club retaining their Barclays Premier League status.

Hull ready for crucial relegation clash

Hull boss Iain Dowie insists his side will only be focused on their own performance when they face Burnley in their crucial relegation clash at the KC Stadium tomorrow.

West Ham have spirit to avoid relegation says Noble

Mark Noble maintains West Ham have the close team spirit needed to beat relegation.

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