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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

terry-h 8:52 Sat Jan 2
Martin Samuelsson
I wonder how many Sheffield United fans realised that the scorer of Peterborough United's 84th minute winner at Bramall Lane today was a West Ham player who looks like he should still be at school.


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Chopper Toshack 1:16 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Look at the technique on this:


Looked very good in pre season for us also.

ludo21 11:22 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
A silver lining to us achieving nothing this season (if that happens) is that our odds for next season will be the usual long ones... the bookies don't seem to be able to take us seriously and I think they will rue the day shortly!!

Private Dancer 11:13 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Nothing will. What I like is that a top team coming together and the stadium move is happening at the same time.

jfk 11:11 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
I agree,the best player I've had the pleasure of watching at West ham was the great Alan Devonshire I dought he weighed anymore than 11 stone.Attacking players don't necessarily have to be lumps.

ludo21 11:08 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Yes PD... keep what we have and add a couple of really quality signings (quality not quantity now!) and we will be there... I'm starting to get quite excited ( I wonder what will fuck it up?)

Private Dancer 11:00 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Ludo - Yep, things are looking good. Next summer we should also see a MARQUEE striker and a top notch RB come in, Cresswell should get better too. Klopp should have joined us instead :-)

ludo21 10:56 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Samuelssen is over 6ft and only 19 and a young 19 at that.... he will bulk up a bit over the next couple of years.

The footage of him when he was younger (10-13) is exceptional and judging by the recent performances he is going to be quite something.., if we hang onto him, Lanzini and Payet then we will have just about the most exciting creative midfield on the planet in a couple of years time.

Arguably players such as Adrian, Reid and Tomkins should be reaching their prime and we have major talents in Oxford and Burke to come through....... our time has come!!

, 10:55 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
It's more that players need to toughen rather than bulk up. Some reasonably sized players have got a pussy inside ( Downing comes to mind ) and some players of smaller size can be tigers ( Billy Bremner back in the day for example).

collyrob 10:40 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
So we can add Samuelson to the list with coutinho silva modric and lanzini, as players who need to bulk up because they won't be able to handle the physicality of the premiership.

Hermit Road 10:36 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Agreed. The lower leagues are much more physical than the PL.

Eerie Descent 10:17 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
camel-with-3-humps 1:21 Sun Jan 10

I remember reading the same load of bollocks about Lanzini.

Regardless of the fact it is complete bollocks, he'll be getting much rougher treatment in the 3rd tier. The lad has got it, his build won't matter a jot.

Dr Matt 2:55 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Nwankwo Kanu, OON (born 1 August 1976), or simply Kanu, is a retired Nigerian footballer who played as a striker. He was a member of and later captained the Nigerian national team for 16 years from 1994 until 2010. Kanu is a member of the Igbo ethnic group; his name, Nwankwo, means Child born on Nkwo market day in the Igbo language.

camel-with-3-humps 1:21 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
He looks like he needs a few Weetabix down his neck as he's well scrawny. He'd get bullied right now in the PL. Maybe a few years from now.

SteveJacko 12:30 Sun Jan 10
Re: Martin Samuelsson
He's looking a class act already, high hopes for him I think we could have a very special player on our hands.

North Bank 11:39 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Egg cheers for the link sweet strike and dummies the two defenders lovely

Rodfarts 11:31 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Young powell is better than his brother........who was pretty decent.

franksfat&slow&wank 11:15 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Is he tied into a long term deal ?

Mr Polite 11:07 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson

May turn out to be decent but is a long way off that just yet.

joey5000 11:00 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson
Tell me about Kanu please, Matt. I've already got high hopes for the others.

Dr Matt 10:59 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson

Some worldies on the way!

Scraper 10:50 Sat Jan 9
Re: Martin Samuelsson


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