Mediawatch - 12 February

Coverage of last night's 0-0 draw at Southampton centres around the Hammers' valiant effort to cling on to their point with a man light, with The Times (£) saying that the ten men did Sam Allardyce proud.

Big Sam did not like referee Craig Pawson's decision to send Adrian off for handball, however, and he outlines his intention to appeal in the Independent.

The other major talking point from the game was the injury to Andy Carroll, who was seen leaving the stadium on crutches, according to this report in The Sun (£).

Away from the pitch, there are reports on transfer news, with Sky Sports covering Big Sam's confirmation that any move for midfielder Lassana Diarra is off, owing to FIFA regulations.

The Daily Star claim West Ham are lining up a shock move for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, who is currently on a season-long loan at Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, this story in The Wharf details the Club's support for homeless charity Spitalfields Crypt Trust, who are inviting people to don flip-flops for their commute on Friday to raise funds for people sleeping rough.

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