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West Ham confirm squad

West Ham's January signings Marco Borriello, Antonio Nocerino, Roger Johnson and Pablo Armero have been included in their 25-man Premier League squad.

Last Updated: 04/02/14 at 19:16 Post Comment   

Antonio Nocerino: January signing included in West Ham's 25-man Premier Leag

Antonio Nocerino: January signing included in West Ham's 25-man Premier Leag

The Hammers have confirmed the players who will be available to Sam Allardyce for the final four months of the campaign as the club battles against relegation.

The likes of Ravel Morrison and Abdul Razak are available but do not need to be listed as Under-21 players can be selected on top of the original 25-man party.

Allardyce's party has nine players who are not regarded as Home Grown, which is comfortably within the Premier League's parameters of 17.

West Ham are currently 18th in the table after 24 games of the season, but are just one point from a position of safety and only three adrift of Stoke in 11th place.

West Ham squad

Pablo Armero, Marco Borriello, Andy Carroll, Carlton Cole, Joe Cole, James Collins, Jack Collison, Guy Demel, Mohamed Diame, Alou Diarra, Stewart Downing, Stephen Henderson, Jussi Jaaskelainen, Matt Jarvis, Roger Johnson, George McCartney, Mark Noble, Antonio Nocerino, Kevin Nolan, Joey O'Brien, Winston Reid, Adrian, Matt Taylor, James Tomkins, Ricardo Vaz Te.

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