Hangeland's howler lets Hammers draw comfort from mean Green

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Obinna asks West Ham fans for patience

Victor Obinna has urged patience from West Ham fans after the club's poor start to the season.

Elmander sparks an exodus after Cole fails to break Bolton

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Club guide: West Ham United

Title: 2,000-1 Relegation: 5-1 Sack Race: 16-1

West Ham have spirit to avoid relegation says Noble

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

McCarthy turns heat on Zola in survival battle

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

Hines brings Hammers hope

An injury list longer than an Icelandic IOU is becoming almost as much of a West Ham tradition as the nurturing of home-grown talent, and the inevitable consequence of the former is to create yet further opportunities for the latter. Step forward Zavon Hines. The 20-year-old Anglo-Jamaican has done much to lift the mood at Upton Park, his adroit strike against Aston Villa on Wednesday bringing a first league win since the opening day of the season to inch the club out of the bottom three and help conjure a switch of perception. In a flash, nine games without a win has become three without defeat.

Pearce demands improvement from England

England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce has called for significant improvement if his youngsters are to build on yesterday's victory over Finland and eventually win the European Championships in Sweden.

England rescued by Richards

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Young Lions will scrap but they lack class to win Euros

England's Under-21s are workers not wonders so Pearce's final dream is unlikely

Walcott included in under-21 squad

Theo Walcott has been included in the England Under-21 squad for this summer's European Championship despite the concerns of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

'Bubbly' Stanislas calls tune for West Ham

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Allardyce uses praise to bury Blackburn's deficiencies

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Rovers draw closer to danger

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Bolton stir from hibernation to nail Hammers

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