Today's coverage of West Ham United in the media combines debate over incidents during last Saturday's fixture at Everton and previews of this weekend's visit of Newcastle United.
A number of publications and websites make mention of the Club - and the Toffees - being charged by the Football Association for 'failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion' during Saturday's game at Goodison Park.
The Sun says Sam Allardyce is said to have given James Tomkins a 'ticking off' for his reaction to a clash with Kevin Mirallas at the weekend.
Meanwhile, The Times says Everton manager Roberto Martinez and midfielder Leon Osman have jumped to the defence of Ross Barkley, after the young England international was accused of diving in the same match.
As one might expect, the Newcastle Chronicle takes a close look at Saturday's fixture at the Boleyn Ground. Inside, former Hammers and Magpies midfielder Nolberto Solano recalls his time playing under Sam Allardyce at St James' Park.