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MikeHammer 7:28 Sun Jul 16
Welcome home Jack
Pleased to see Jack Collison back at the Hammers coaching the Under 16s -a quality player and decent bloke so let's hope for he future ...

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JohnnyL 2:46 Thu Jul 20
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http://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2017/july/20-july/jack-collison-returns-west-ham-united-u16s-manager

JohnnyL 2:42 Thu Jul 20
Re: Welcome home Jack
Now official

Lily Hammer 10:51 Mon Jul 17
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*What a GREAT article.....FFS.

Lily Hammer 10:49 Mon Jul 17
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gph

Bloody right! I already knew most of this story, but I didn't know that detail. Disgraceful behavior from the doctor, who is supposed to be a professional.

What abreast article, though. So well written. If Jack is as good at managing as he was a player, and he is a writer, the U16s are in good hands.

gph 10:26 Mon Jul 17
Re: Welcome home Jack
I'm very glad he's back.

And I hope the lazy bastard of a doctor who couldn't be arsed to try and sort his knee when it first happened is miles from the club

w4hammer 10:05 Mon Jul 17
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Its me again.. just found this article written by Jack a while ago- Id never seen it before....quite telling on the poor injury treatment front, surprise surprise..

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/jack-collison-interview-the-story-of-one-footballers-broken-premier-league-dreams-a6725626.html

terry-h 10:04 Mon Jul 17
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bowboy
Great story that. The club changed for the worse when John Lyall was sacked.

bowboy 10:00 Mon Jul 17
Re: Welcome home Jack
Great news. Welcome jack. John Lyall as Lily said started in the office after his injury. He handed me my first season ticket. Then Ron took him under his wing and the rest is history. Lets hope history can repeat itself.

w4hammer 9:59 Mon Jul 17
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Lovely to hear. He was never going to make it in the media altho he gave it a good go. This is a good opportunity for him and us. Imagine what our midfield would have looked like with him in place- was the difference in so many games until he got screwed by the wigan pitch...

A good news monday so far!

JohnnyL 8:33 Mon Jul 17
Re: Welcome home Jack
The best signing we will make - excellent news

deanjcrawford 6:30 Mon Jul 17
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Thought this was going to be about Jack Wilshire - thank fuck for that! Welcome home lad!

Coffee 4:13 Mon Jul 17
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Lily Hammer 10:17 Sun Jul 16

DiCaniosLefty 4:05 Mon Jul 17
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This has put a smile on my face on a Monday morning. Fantastic news.

All the best Jack and great to have you back home!

jfk 2:18 Mon Jul 17
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I'll wait for a few more posts on this thread hopefully there be loads more and get my mate to forward it to Jack im sure he'd be delighted reading this.

El Scorchio 1:19 Mon Jul 17
Re: Welcome home Jack
That's great news. Hope he can have a successful career, and you never know if he might be able to end up looking after the first team one day.

Wouldn't that be a great story.

jfk 1:15 Mon Jul 17
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Great to hear,
Jacks father in law Danny and I are good mates.I've had the pleasure of meeting Jack a couple of times a genuine,nice fella.

Mr Anon 1:01 Mon Jul 17
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Great news - top man! Will never forget what he did for us in the Millwall game.

J.Riddle 12:28 Mon Jul 17
Re: Welcome home Jack
Great news! As said would love to see him end up managing us one day and I wouldn't be surprised. Top top man. Reckon he would have gone on to be a great player which is a shame, but still maybe it's written in the stars he will lead us out one day. Best of luck Jack!

BaconEggAndBeans 12:15 Mon Jul 17
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I doubt he will but I hope he reads this thread

Bernie 11:22 Sun Jul 16
Re: Welcome home Jack
Good to see him doing well for himself after a terrible way to end his playing career

lars 11:09 Sun Jul 16
Re: Welcome home Jack
Welcome back Jack. Never a more deserving outome.

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