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Declan Rice has ‘absolutely massive’ job juggling Mark Noble’s endless responsibilities
READ MORE: West Ham fans finally get revenge on bogey team who lost 19-0 after two relegationsIt’s fair to say the 35-year-old’s boyhood club have endured a slow start to the new season without him, as manager David Moyes has struggled to integrate his talented additions into the Premier League team as yet.Wolves at home on Saturday is a massive match for both teams, with European qualification already looking a big ask for each side.And one player West Ham fans have been able to rely on to not only dig them out of tough situations but act as a true inspiration on the pitch is new skipper Declan Rice.The England international is priceless at the London Stadium - shown by his staggering £150m price-tag - but even he has found not being able to turn to Noble for support this season extra demanding.Do you see Declan Rice staying at West Ham beyond next summer? If not, where do you see him moving to? Let us know in the comments section.It is a lot of pressure on the shoulders of a 23-year-old, who only became a father for the first time several weeks ago too.But Hammers hero Tony Cottee is confident if there is any man in claret and blue who can step up and take on the responsibilities Noble juggled for years, it’s Dec. Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Sport on behalf of Cheeky Punter , Cottee admitted Noble’s loss within the camp has been “absolutely massive” and cannot be underestimated, despite how cliche and obvious it may seem to any outsider.
David Moyes - Joe Willock - Jamie Carragher - Gary Neville - Jarrod Bowen - Ranking the 10 worst ever VAR calls in Premier League after West Ham and Newcastle farce - dailystar.co.uk
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Ranking the 10 worst ever VAR calls in Premier League after West Ham and Newcastle farce
Premier League has never been more fierce following blunders that cost both Newcastle and West Ham - because they are not the first and won't be the last monumental mistakes.With Eddie Howe's missing out on all three points after the extra official failed to spot an obvious push on Joe Willock, David Moyes was left seething after Jarrod Bowen's boot brushing past Edouard Mendy was deemed to be a foul.Even fans that backed the use of the technology on it's introduction have been left disillusioned over how it has been used in practise. READ MORE: Fans rage over Premier League VAR calls with 'meaningless gesture' slammedWith the latest blunders being recognised as errors by the Professional Game Match Officials Board, the future of VAR could well be adapted with talks with the Premier League now underway.As well as the Newcastle and West Ham debacles, there have been countless incidents of VAR calls taking an age before coming to the wrong decision.Daily Star Sport has now taken a look at 10 of the most controversial uses of the Video Assistant Referee in the Premier League since it's 2019/20 arrival.In at number 10 we have VAR's failure to recommend a red card be shown to Everton's Ben Godfrey during their trip to take on Arsenal in December of 2021.The 24-year-old's studs clearly made contact with the face of Gunners star Takehiro Tomiyasu moments after the central defender had looked at his rival before turning away.Mike Dean may have had VAR Stuart Attwell in his ear, but it was quickly dismissed with Gary Neville later saying of himself and Jamie Carragher: "We think he definitely means that."Fulham thought they had an equaliser against Tottenham during their March 2021 clash at Craven Cottage but it was ruled out for
Jurgen Klopp - David Moyes - Martin Odegaard - Three things that will worry Liverpool as Haaland-inspired Man City ease to West Ham win - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Manchester - Norway
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Three things that will worry Liverpool as Haaland-inspired Man City ease to West Ham win
Manchester City have produced the perfect response to their Community Shield defeat to Liverpool by kicking off their Premier League campaign with a richly-deserved 2-0 victory over West Ham.Erling Haaland scored his first goal in English football after winning, and subsequently converting, a penalty before adding another in the second half - a trademark Haaland goal following a fast-paced City counter attack.It puts Pep Guardiola's side in the driving seat ahead of what promises to be another heart-palpitating title race, with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool dropping two points away to Fulham on Saturday.Here, Daily Star Sport details three things the Reds will be worried about after watching City power past David Moyes' hapless Hammers...READ MORE: Erling Haaland gave savage response when Martin Odegaard asked him to join ArsenalIt was only a matter of time wasn't it? There was a faint amount of hope on Merseyside that Erling Haaland might take a few weeks to adapt to the Premier League, especially after fluffing his lines during the Community Shield, but those hopes have been dented now.The big Norwegian looked sharp, bullish and hungry for goals as he terrorised West Ham's backline, and on the odd occasion he had the space to run at defenders he was predictably terrifying - demonstrated best by his sublime second goal.It's fair to assume the destination of the title will depend heavily on how well Haaland fits in at the Etihad. On today's evidence, he'll be just fine.What did you make of Man City's victory over West Ham? Let us know in the comments section below.Sure, City always dominate possession, but the way they suffocated West Ham was a frightening sign of things to come.David Moyes' side are no mugs.
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