Green springs to Hammers' defence in bid for survival

Tottenham Hotspur 0 West Ham United 0: Brilliant late save by England goalkeeper ensures Tottenham frustration and earns valuable point

Stoke will treat Bolton with respect says Tony Pulis

Stoke manager Tony Pulis insists his side will treat FA Cup semi-final opponents Bolton with "total respect".

Mighty Huth has Stoke heading on rare outing to semi-finals

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Stoke book place in FA Cup semi-final

Stoke 2 West Ham 1

Noble gives West Ham clear sight of survival

West Ham United 3 Stoke City 0: Grant's new-look side cut Stoke down to size to escape relegation zone

Stoke press self-destruct button at Upton Park

West Ham 3 Stoke 0

Parker is West Ham's talisman as slack Liverpool are punished

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West Ham defeat Liverpool to climb off the bottom

West Ham 3 Liverpool 1

Hammers book their FA Cup quarter final place

West Ham 5 Burnley 1

Ba hauls Hammers back from brink

West Bromwich Albion 3 West Ham United 3: Hodgson sees best and worst of Albion as new manager witnesses capitulation after three-goal start

Safe as houses: If you want a really secure home, it's all about the hardware

Controversy surrounding the new www.police.uk crime website and news that Lily Allen has just spent £60,000 on a state-of-the-art security system for her new home should not blind us to one statistical reality: we are less likely now than we were 30 years ago to have our homes burgled.

'Long may it continue' says Grant after Keane goal lifts Hammers

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Obinna delivers timely hat-trick just ahead of Keane signing

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Obinna keeps West Ham's FA Cup dreams alive

West Ham 3 Nottingham Forest 2

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