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The Latest On Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Kevin De Bruyne, Angelo Ogbonna and the Complete Team News Ahead of Man City vs West Ham (Premier League)

The Blues and the Hammers will meet for the 115th time on Sunday, with just three points separating the two teams in the Premier League table. Manchester City, who occupies second place, beat Everton 3-0 at the Etihad Stadium last weekend, courtesy of goals from Raheem Sterling, Rodri, and Bernardo Silva.
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Angelo Ogbonna: West Ham defender set to miss the rest of the season

West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna looks set to miss the rest of the season after damaging his anterior cruciate ligament. Ogbonna, 33, will undergo surgery after sustaining the knee injury during their Premier League win against Liverpool. David Moyes said he expects the Italy centre-back's recovery to take "somewhere around...
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Angelo Ogbonna unlikely to play again this season – West Ham boss David Moyes

West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna looks set to miss the rest of the season due to the cruciate ligament injury he suffered against Liverpool David Moyes has said.Ogbonna is to undergo surgery after sustaining the knee issue in the 3-2 Premier League win at the London Stadium on November 7.Asked about the 33-year-old Italian at a press conference ahead of Saturday’s trip to Wolves, Hammers boss Moyes said: “He is going to have surgery, we think surgery will take place over the next couple of days.“I think most people who know much about injuries and listen to what the...
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Angelo Ogbonna: West Ham defender injures anterior cruciate ligament

West Ham United defender Angelo Ogbonna damaged knee ligaments during Sunday's Premier League win against Liverpool. Ogbonna, 33, was forced off with an eye injury during the first half but later complained of discomfort in his knee. A scan on Monday showed the Italy centre-back, an ever present for the...
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Angelo Ogbonna: West Ham defender sustains ACL injury in win over Liverpool

West Ham United have confirmed Angelo Ogbonna sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury during Sunday's Premier League win over Liverpool, although a timeframe on his recovery remains unclear. A scan on Monday revealed damage to his right knee, and West Ham said the Italy defender has started his recovery programme...
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Angelo Ogbonna suffers anterior cruciate ligament injury

West Ham have confirmed that Angelo Ogbonna sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury during Sunday’s 3-2 win over Liverpool. Ogbonna was withdrawn midway through the first half after taking a blow to the head that required stitches, but had also suffered a knock to his leg earlier in the game.
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Angelo Ogbonna: It is a great time to be a West Ham player

Angelo Ogbonna is loving life at West Ham, who have made an impressive start to the season and host Tottenham on Super Sunday with a chance to move into the Premier League's top four if results go their way. West Ham take on their fierce rivals this weekend sitting just...
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Everton 0-1 West Ham: Angelo Ogbonna heads winner

West Ham United's Angelo Ogbonna headed a second-half winner to give David Moyes' side a hard-fought Premier League victory at Everton. In a game of few clear-cut chances, defender Ogbonna netted the only goal in the 74th minute, rising inside the six-yard box to flick home Jarrod Bowen's corner. The...
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Angelo Ogbonna header enough as West Ham end Everton boss Rafa Benitez’s perfect home record

West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna’s header ended Everton manager Rafael Benitez’s 100 per cent winning home record as David Moyes got the better of his old Merseyside adversary in a 1-0 Premier League victory at Goodison Park.The pair had previously met 15 times – 14 of those as managers on opposing sides of Stanley Park with the Spaniard then Liverpool boss – and Moyes had won just twice.So this was a satisfying return to his old stomping ground for the Scot with Ogbonna’s 74th-minute goal denying Benitez the chance to record Everton’s best start to a season since 1978-79.The nature...
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