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    WEST HAM will step up interest in £25million-rated Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca. But if rival bids from the likes of Newcastle push the price up, the Hammers may turn their focus to Torino captain Andrea Belotti. 1Sassuolo star Gianluca Scamacca has been linked with a move to West HamCredit: Rex Scamacca, 23 and 6ft 4in tall, is a man in demand thanks to a breakout Serie A campaign that has earned him his first senior caps for Italy. He has scored 16 goals in 35 league matches but may well have played his final game for Sassuolo. Opponents AC Milan and city rivals Inter are among the host of clubs considering a summer move for Scamacca. He would cost at least £25m and Premier League interest could drive the asking price far higher. Read More on FootballTAMMY ON TOP Abraham becomes top English scorer in a Serie A season with two goals in winON THE LUC-OUT Newcastle join Scamacca transfer war but face battle with AC and Inter Milan In those circumstances, West Ham would look more closely at other options. Italy...
    VLADIMIR PUTIN’S war may not be going according to plan but he can still force the world to take a sharp intake of breath at his increasingly unhinged actions. And his words. 3Vladimir Putin can still force the world to take a sharp intake of breath at his increasingly unhinged actions 3Putin has threatened to respond to the West's heavy backing of Ukraine with 'lightning-fast' weapons Frustrated by the West’s heavy backing of Ukraine, he has now threatened to respond with “lightning-fast” weapons that, he says, Russia “won’t brag about”. But what does he mean? What are these weapons? And how much more worried should we be about this threat than his earlier ones? Well, first off, anyone concerned that the Russians have some top-secret nuke that the West doesn’t know about can be assured that is not the case. Read more on UkraineOUT OF CONTROL Monster Putin 'shaking uncontrollably' in new video amid health fearsEND OF DAYS Russia warns Ukraine may end in NUCLEAR WW3 & ‘we’re all going to die someday’ Despite his protests, President Putin cannot resist...
    WEST HAM legend Julian Dicks believes "level-headed" Declan Rice will stay at the club this summer IF investment is made in the squad. Mainstay England international Rice is attracting interest from a number of the Premier League's elite. 4West Ham star Declan Rice has been linked with a move to Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are reportedly all keeping an eye on the midfielder's progress. The 23-year-old's defensive capabilities as well as his ball-playing qualities has made him one of the most highly sought-after players in the league. But if one of the Big Six are to get their hands on Rice this summer, they'll have to pay West Ham's deterrent demand of £150million. There is also a chance Rice stays at West Ham beyond this summer if David Moyes is backed in the transfer market. Read more in footballTOP OF THE DROPS Five best teams to be relegated from Prem as Everton face survival scrapCAPTAIN FANTASTIC Declan Rice tipped to be future England captain as West Ham legend Hammers icon Dicks says the club...
    There was once another loathsome Russian dictator called Vladimir – in this case Lenin – who is popularly believed to have said: 'There are decades where nothing happens; there are weeks where decades happen.' He didn't. The real quote is from a letter Karl Marx wrote to Friedrich Engels in 1863, in which the founder of Communism argued that 20 years were 'no more than a day where major developments […] are concerned, though these may be again succeeded by days into which 20 years are compressed'. Since Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine just over three weeks ago, it does feel as if decades have been compressed into days. A great many commentators have rushed to declare this is one of history's great turning points – the end of one epoch, the beginning of another.  Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz referred to a 'Zeitenwende' (a 'turning of the times'). 'The world after this,' he declared, 'is no longer the same as the world before.' And in some obvious ways he is undeniably right. With its 'policy for the East'...
    Retired army general Sir Chris Deverell has revealed he believes that NATO will eventually have to fight Russia and believes the security bloc should implement a no-fly zone over Ukraine. Deverell, who headed up military intelligence, cyber and special forces as commander of the Joint Forces Command prior to his retirement in 2019, had previously stated he was against NATO forces closing the skies over Ukraine. But in a statement on Twitter over the weekend, the retired general walked back his earlier comments, surmising that Putin seems 'hell-bent on escalation' and that conflict with NATO is inevitable. 'I have been against the imposition of a no fly zone by NATO in Ukraine, believing that it would surely escalate the conflict. But Putin seems hell bent on escalation,' Deverall tweeted. 'So the question is becoming: does NATO fight him now or fight him later? He will likely respond with nuclear threats. But there is no fundamental reason why these are more useful to Putin than they are to NATO.  'Our logic has to be that his threats are meaningless. Whatever he can...
    Screenshot via ABC News. West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) appeared on ABC News’ This Week with Martha Raddatz to talk about his state’s rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines, noting that while his state was among those offering lottery-type prizes to encourage vaccinations, he worried about the “death lottery” that still put the unvaccinated at risk. During the early phases of the vaccine rollout, West Virginia was one of the best — in February, they were second only to Alaska. Since then, unfortunately, the pace has lagged. As ABC News reported, only 56.1 % of West Virginian adults have received at least one dose of a Covid-18 vaccine, compared to nearly 67% nationally. The problem is worse with younger people. “We’re having a hard time getting them across the finish line and getting them vaccinated,” Justice told Raddatz about the “challenge” of convincing young people to get the shot. Justice acknowledged that there had been vaccine hesitancy in red states, “but they’re not thinking right.” “Do you really think those people who aren’t vaccinated — who as you said...
    CHELSEA are ready to revive their interest in West Ham star Declan Rice, according to reports. The Blues made the Hammers defensive midfielder a top priority last season under former boss Frank Lampard. 1Chelsea will reignite their interest in West Ham star Declan RiceCredit: Rex But Chelsea refused to match the £70million asking price before Lampard was given the axe in January. Thomas Tuchel was later appointed and the Telegraph write how he also wants to add the 22-year-old to the ranks. West Ham are unlikely to let Rice leave on the cheap following yet another brilliant campaign and will demand around £100m for his signature. It won't deter the Blues from making their move with Tuchel instructing Chelsea's transfer guru Marina Granovskaia to make an inquiry. Rice is believed to be open to a switch back to his boyhood club where he spent as a schoolboy for eight years before moving to West Ham in 2014. Tuchel wants a new midfielder in his side and has two options lined up if a deal for...
    CRAIG DAWSON is 135 minutes away from becoming a £3 million permanent player at West Ham. The dependable centre half has a clause in his loan deal from Watford which will make it a full-time move once he makes 15 Premier League appearances of 45 minutes or more. 2Craig Dawson has played 12 Prem games on loan for West Ham so far, leaving him just three short of securing a permanent move from WatfordCredit: Rex Features 2One of West Ham boss David Moyes' master-strokes was borrowing Hornets defender Craig DawsonCredit: PA:Press Association Dawson, 30, has not looked back since making his debut for the Hammers against Southampton last December. He has played in all 11 Premier League games since that night at St Mary's which now leaves him just three games short of triggering the contract clause. If he plays at least a half in the matches against Manchester United on Sunday, then Arsenal and finally at Wolves on April 3 his loan will become a permanent move - which will delight West Ham fans. Dawson has been a revelation after signing in...
    Kim Kardashian was one of many celebrities who flaunted their “I voted” stickers on social media Tuesday, but fans are demanding to know who she voted for. The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star, 40, bragged about voting in the 2020 election, encouraging her fans to cast their ballots for the next president. The reality star showed off her honey blonde locks in the black-and-white photo in a surprisingly demure outfit, unlike Chelsea Handler who went topless to show off her stickers. “I VOTED!!!! Did u???” she wrote shortly after 7 pm EST. “If you are in line when the hours of operation close at the polls, they are required to stay open and allow you to vote, so do not get out of line.” Fans were not impressed at her call to action, though, and instead insisted she reveal which candidate she voted for: Donald Trump, Joe Biden or her husband, Kanye West, who earlier bragged that he wrote in his own name. tell us who you voted for — tyler oakley (@tyleroakley) November 3, 2020  ...
    MANY would imagine that billionaire status and zillions of Instagram fans would mean you have achieved some pretty important life goals. You are financially secure and loved and admired by the world. Happy days, you would think. 10Kim Kardashian could help sick Kanye West through mental-health breakdown, but only if he lets herCredit: Getty - Contributor 10West holds his first rally in support of his presidential bid in North Charleston, South CarolinaCredit: Alamy Live News But this week, the spectacle of Kim Kardashian’s husband Kanye West, a man in the middle of a mental-health breakdown, shows that when it comes to mental health illnesses it does not matter how rich and famous you are. Kanye has been publicly rambling for weeks. On July 4, he announced he planned to run in the US presidential election in November. He later held a campaign rally in South Carolina where he gave a confused speech before breaking down in tears, inset, and claiming Kim almost aborted their seven-year-old girl North. He then posted tweets comparing himself to the late Nelson Mandela, and claimed...
    Kanye West needs help. Urgently. He's not a presidential candidate - he's a very sick man having a very nasty 'episode'. The rap star's performance last night at his supposed 'campaign rally' in Charleston was one of the most shocking and disturbing celebrity meltdowns I've witnessed, and whilst it's easy to laugh and mock him, I genuinely believe it's now too serious to do that. It wasn't just his wild rambling delivery that was so unsettling. We've seen this kind of thing many times from Kanye before and most of it smacks of attention-seeking narcissism. What was so troubling about this one was what he was actually saying. He warmed up with an appalling attack on famed slave abolitionist Harriet Tubman, saying she 'never actually freed the slaves. She just had the slaves go work for other white people.' This about a woman who repeatedly risked her life, with a massive bounty on her head, to free at least 300 slaves over a 10-year period. Kanye West's performance last night at his supposed 'campaign rally' in Charleston was one of...
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