Hull hit back to beat West Ham and boost survival hopes
- Author: Julie Sanders Apr 02, 2017,
Apr 02, 2017, 18:08
Noble sat out the 3-2 defeat to Premier League champions Leicester City before the global break but looks set to play a part in the West Ham side that faces Hull.
West Ham United's Andy Carroll celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game, during the English Premier League soccer match between Hull City and West Ham United, at the KCOM Stadium, in Hull, England, Saturday April 1, 2017.
"The only way you can stop the speculation is if you win games or get a point or climb up the table", Bilic said.
Brady wrote for The Sun: "I HAVE a two-word answer to people who are listing candidates for Slaven Bilic's job - SHUT UP!"
"I'm totally motivated and focused".
Silva extended his unbeaten home league record as a manager, stretching back through spells at Estoril, Sporting Lisbon and Olympiacos, to an impressive 39 matches. "It's not a secret, it's the work", the Portuguese manager said. And we showed some good stuff in the first half also, after they equalized also in the second half.
Aaron Cresswell's dipping cross caused havoc for Curtis Davies and Robertson, enabling Carroll to cushion the ball into his path before calmly slotting home his seventh league goal of the season.
"We were poor in the first half and the manager gave us a deserved rollicking at half-time", Robertson told the club's official website. We changed the result during the second half.
Though risky play from Darren Randolph nearly proved costly at the other end, West Ham continued to press - Manuel Lanzini's low strike bringing a fine stop out of Jakupovic.
"Our away form has been disappointing and we know that we need to pick up points on the road as well, but for now we must prepare for another big home game on Wednesday night". Nothing is finished, but it's very important.