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 By Michael Cox

Qualifying for Europa League via fair play will soon be a relic of football

Andy Carroll and West Ham qualified for the 2015-16 UEFA Europa League through their fair play record.

Most Premier League squads have spent the past fortnight globetrotting on lucrative preseason tours while finding time to work on fitness levels. West Ham United, however, will play their fifth competitive game of the season on Thursday, in a Europa League qualifier against Romanian club Astra Giurgiu, having already seen off the mighty duo of Andorrans Lusitanos and Birkirkara of Malta.

European football is a wonderful bonus for West Ham in their final season at Upton Park, before their three-mile...

 By Alex Crook

Saints start Europa League adventure as Vitesse await Koeman's men

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses Southampton's new signing, Dutch midfielder Jordy Clasie.

When Southampton return to European competition after a 12-year absence this week it is not just their own supporters who should be cheering on Ronald Koeman's men but the whole country.

English clubs have for too long treated the Europa League with disdain, viewing the competition as the poor relation to the Champions League, the consolation prize for failing to muscle in on the top four. Last season Premier League participation ended embarrassingly in the last-16 stage despite Tottenham and Liverpool...

 By Peter Thorne

Slaven Bilic has yet to stamp his authority on West Ham squad

Slaven Bilic speaks on his love for West Ham United after he was unveiled as the club's new manager.

West Ham survived an embarrassing evening against Birkirkara in the Europa League on Thursday, reserving their Premier League class for the penalty shootout. As the Hammers proved in their FA Cup win against Everton last January, the club have a full complement of players comfortable from the spot, and that was demonstrated admirably when youngster Diego Poyet coolly put his side through.

There's little doubt, though, that the representatives from the Premier League were humbled by the Maltese...

Diego Poyet urges more caution from West Ham in Europa League

Diego Poyet delivered the final penalty that kept West Ham in the Europa League on Thursday.

Diego Poyet knows West Ham will not be able to push their luck in future if they are to keep their Europa League qualification hopes alive.

The Hammers needed a penalty shoot-out to beat Maltese side Birkirkara on Thursday night having slipped to a 1-0 defeat on the evening.

Poyet came off the bench to score as all five of West Ham's penalty takers were successful following a gruelling 120 minutes in which James Tomkins was sent off for a tussle in the penalty area.

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Birkirkara had won on the night...

 By PA Sport

Boss Slaven Bilic hails West Ham spirit, commitment in Birkirkara win

West Ham earned a 5-3 shootout victory to advance in the Europa League.

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic felt his side showed great character after squeezing past Birkirkara on penalties in their Europa League second qualifying round second leg.

The Hammers, who went down to 10 men when James Tomkins was sent off before half time, lost 1-0 on the night to Fabrizio Miccoli's strike but they went on to clinch the shootout 5-3 after it ended 1-1 on aggregate after extra time.

Bilic was pleased with the manner in which his side dug deep at the Ta' Qali National Stadium and he...