Luckless Andy Carroll out of West Ham's clash with Everton

Paola Ditto
Aprile 21, 2017

Slaven Bilic has come out and rubbished rumors that he and striker Diafra Sakho had an argument about Sakho's status for the Sunderland game, and instead claims that the Senegalese striker had a "small injury" that forced him to miss the Sunderland game.

The Hammers are well stocked at centre-back with Winston Reid, Angelo Ogbonna, Jose Fonte and James Collins among their options, but Bilic refused to rule out a move for Terry despite West Ham's rivalry with the Blues.

And the Hammers boss kept the door firmly open once again ahead of Saturday's home clash with Everton. "He's not only one of the best players in the Premier League but in the whole of Europe". "You never say never".

The Hammers are now 13th in the table, a full 20 points behind the Toffees with five matches remaining, but while this season looks to be petering out with little left to play for, Slaven Bilic will still want to see some fire in the weeks ahead. But that position looks pretty healthy from the number of the players we have. It's a big boost for us.

Bilic denied the striker's absence was because of a bust-up.

"Andy is probably going to be fit for our next game".

He said: "He was injured, he is supposed to train today, then we will see".

"There was no row, I should know about that because it was me who spoke with him". A £12million permanent summer move is a possibility, Bilic confirmed.

Victory should see the Irons safe for another season. Darren Randolph had been waiting for his chance for a long time, and he has done well for us.

"OK, Everton are going to be tough, they are a good side, they have more than enough points and are highly motivated to finish as high as possible and all that, but we are very confident".

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