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West Ham midfielder Kieron Dyer has rejoined former club Ipswich Town on loan for a month, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed.

Gardner's drive takes Birmingham to Wembley

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Struggling West Ham lose again

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Win or be 'doomed' for West Ham

Kieron Dyer has admitted that West Ham United might be "doomed" to relegation if they do not beat Blackpool at Upton Park tomorrow. Avram Grant's side remain bottom of the Premier League, four points adrift of safety, after drawing 2-2 with West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday.

Hammers stay bottom after draw with Baggies

West Ham United 2 West Bromwich Albion 2

West Ham blow as Mark Noble is ruled out for a month

West Ham's bid to climb off the foot of the Barclays Premier League table have been dealt a blow with the news that influential midfielder Mark Noble has been ruled out for a month after having surgery to remove his appendix last night.

Dyer warns troubled Newcastle striker Carroll

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Ben Arfa rewards exotic enterprise by bringing his goal to Newcastle

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Parker pounces to secure West Ham's first point

Stoke City 1, West Ham United

Essien leads Chelsea on cakewalk

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Kieron Dyer banned for speeding

Footballer Kieron Dyer was banned from the road for six months after he was caught speeding.

Rooney ends drought to deepen sense of gloom for Hammers

Manchester United 3 West Ham United 0

Elmander sparks an exodus after Cole fails to break Bolton

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Sam Wallace: England will move on but for fallen King it's a depressingly familiar tale

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US reveals Beckham is texting with the enemy

Some of of the United States players consider David Beckham a more welcome part of their lives than others. "He's a Capello spy," joked Landon Donovan earlier this week when dismissing suggestions the two of them might be communicating but the traffic of texts between Beckham and Oguchi Onyewu, Bob Bradley's gargantuan central defender, have continued apace this week.

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