WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt

Far Cough 11:06 Mon Aug 7
Sead Hakšabanović
Anybody heard of him?


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North Bank 7:58 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Sven Dean Ashton was on the radio yesterday recalling Lundberg's time at West Ham stating that from day one he had a billy big bollocks attitude, everyone would be out ready for training at 10.00 am and he'd stroll out at 10.10 or 10.15 am and Curbs would turn a blind eye, he wouldn't sit with everyone at lunch preferring his own company and exuded an air of superiority

Eventually enough was enough and some of the senior pro's had a word, probably explains why he didn't perform for us

Bungo 7:32 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Willtell 11:06 Tue Aug 8

I think I'll go with that. Cheers.

Lee Trundle 5:20 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He's been playing left wing in a 4-3-3 for Halmstad, ludo.

ludo21 5:13 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He's two footed and from the footage I have seen he doesn't seem to be stuck out on the wing.

I assume the club are resigned to losing Lanzini at some point, hopefully not too soon, and hopefully Sead will be given his chance to show what he can do.

Considering he has only just turned 18 and has already played 58 times in the Swedish league I think we can be pretty optimistic about this signing.

Lee Trundle 5:08 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
I'm one of those people, Russ, and I'm not content with him being cover for Lanzini.

As far as I can see, this kid plays left wing and we need someone creative who can play in the hole behind the striker.

I'm happy we've signed him, but it would be a bold move by the manager (who has yet to show faith in the youngsters) to consider him as cover for Lanzini.

Russ of the BML 4:55 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Be interesting to know if all the people saying we needed cover for Lanzini are content with this?

Haz 4:27 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
The kid doesn't lack confidence, that's for sure.

andyd12345 3:29 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Will get a chance when Liverpool sign Lanzini

the exile 3:05 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Looks decent. Possibly a good deputy for Lanzini.

Sven Roeder 2:44 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He looks lively , two footed and likes a goal.
Good luck to the kid.
Has played senior football and made an international appearance so hopefully we will try and keep him around the squad

Think Freddie Lungjberg was the most famous young player to come from Halmstad to the Premier league & he did ok.
Except for us where he was DOGSHIT of course

El Scorchio 2:18 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Good luck to the kid.

Hopefully he can force his way into the first team picture.

Alan 1:48 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Evening Standard

West Ham signing Sead Haksabanovic to train with first team and could play role this season


New West Ham signing Sead Haksabanovic was due to train with Slaven Bilic’s first-team squad on Tuesday, an immediate measure of the high hopes the club have of the 18-year-old from Montenegro.

Haksabanovic has joined West Ham on a five-year contract, following his £2.8million move from Swedish club Halmstads BK.

Although the Hammers see the youngster as one for the future, he could be in around the first-team squad as early as this season, such is his promise.

The midfielder made his first-team debut for Halmstads at the age of 15 and has already played more than 70 times for the Swedish first division club.

Last month, he won his first senior cap for Montenegro, the country of his father’s birth, in a 4-1 World Cup qualifier win over Armenia.

The teenager has already had trials at both Chelsea and Liverpool but it is West Ham who made the decision to sign him on a long-term deal.

Haksabanovic’s arrival continues a trend for West Ham of signing promising young players, following Toni Martinez joining from Spanish club Valencia, Portuguese youngster Domingos Quina coming from Chelsea and Nathan Holland from Everton.

ornchurch ammer 12:34 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He's only 18 so it will probably take all of his 5 year contract for him to get a game.

Lily Hammer 12:04 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He will be given a chance, let's hope he takes his chance and lives up to his potential. It's a massive step up from Swedish football to the Premier League though, so let's keep our cocks in our Y-fronts and not heap pressure on the kid.

ludo21 11:33 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
What's not to like.... 2.7m is hardly a risk and going by the video footage he could be outstanding.

Exactly the sort of player we should be getting in as we can't compete with these other clubs for these flair players once they are established.

Just hope he's given a chance.

Willtell 11:06 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
The Montenegran kid....

Duncan Donuts 11:01 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Say-ad Hak-sha-ban-oh-vitch.

Johnson 10:54 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović


Bungo 10:53 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Most importantly, does anyone know how to say it?

Johnson 10:46 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
Wiki last night said he supported the Ys.

Probably a mischievous Y word winding it up.

This isn't a bad signing as it goes, hopefully he's ironed out whatever creases caused the top clubs to not take a chance a bit.

jayjones 10:45 Tue Aug 8
Re: Sead Hakšabanović
He will be in the first team, think of the money to be made from the name on the back of the shirts!

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