Ricardo Vaz Te

Ricardo Vaz Te


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      time in east London. The Hammers were promoted back to the Premier League in 2012 when Ricardo Vaz Te bagged that priceless winner against
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      Ricardo Vaz Te to train with West Brom

      Former West Ham United striker Ricardo Vaz Te has reportedly been offered the opportunity to train with West Bromwich Albion.

      Ricardo Vaz Te signs new deal at West Ham United

      West Ham United forward Ricardo Vaz Te has signed a new one-year deal with the club.

      Sam Allardyce to offer opportunities to Ricardo Vaz Te

      West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has insisted that he will offer first-team opportunities to Ricardo Vaz Te this season.

      Allardyce feels Vaz Te has been 'tapped up'

      West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce is confident that wantaway striker Ricardo Vaz Te has been illegally tapped up following his transfer request.

      Ricardo Vaz Te requests West Ham transfer

      Striker Ricardo Vaz Te has reportedly handed in a transfer request at West Ham having grown increasingly frustrated with a lack of playing time on the pitch. 

      West Ham transfer cull commences

      West Ham manager Sam Allardyce, who has been informed that he must sell players in order to sign new players, has made a list of four players who he will be looking to sell before the end of the transfer window.

      Unlucky Bolton knocked out

      Bolton Wanderers were unfortunately knocked out of the UEFA Cup on Thursday evening, as they failed to become the last Premiership side left in the UEFA Cup as Sporting Lisbon defeated the Trotters 1-0 in Portugal thanks to a goal from Man Utd target Pereirinha wrapped up the result late on.

      Preview: Bolton vs Villa

      Aston Villa travel to Bolton for the 1:30 Sunday game at The Reebok Stadium. It's Gary Megson's first game in charge, and a difficult one it is. Villa are still looking for an away win, while Bolton haven't won in six.