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AKA ERNIE 4:16 Sun Oct 21
yarmalenko out for 6 months
According to claret and Hugh club have said he's ruptured Achilles

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Mex Martillo 11:12 Wed Oct 24
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WHUDeano, I would keep it at 4-1-4-1, I think it can work fine with Noble and Anderson in the middle.

Spandex Sidney 1:49 Wed Oct 24
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I FUCKING HATE TOTTENHAM!

percyd 10:22 Wed Oct 24
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Victor Moses seems to be on the outer at Chelsea. Who would have him back?

WHUDeano 4:42 Tue Oct 23
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Really gutted about this, really enjoyed watching him on the ball, has a lovely playing style and he probably had the best left foot I've seen at the club since Dicks.

I guess an option would be to play Masuaku at left wing, and move Anderson inside, but that really changes us back to the 4-2-3-1 formation that left us so exposed at the start of the season. Noble is certainly not good enough to play in a middle 2, though it could well work with Obiang...but in a 4-3-3 the only answer really would be one of Snodgrass, Antonio or the young lad.

Given that Pellegrini seems to like playing a left footer on the right of the front three it would suggest that we are now looking at having the lumbering Snodgrass as first choice right winger with the young lad as back up if we need someone to inject a bit of pace.

Mex Martillo 4:06 Tue Oct 23
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I would like to see Anderson given a go in the middle with Noble
On the wings I would pick from Masuaku, Snodgrass, Diangana and Antonio
Keep with Arnautovic up front
I think we could have more goals in a team like that.

bubbleblower 2:01 Tue Oct 23
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Dinosaur training methods!

Bernie 11:17 Tue Oct 23
Re: yarmalenko out for 6 months
I'd like Masuaku there too, could move Phil to the right, he might be a bit more comfortable over there.

The Libertine 11:13 Tue Oct 23
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It seems MP is rating Snodgrass, so might see him given a run in his preferred position. Diangana will continue to get games as a sub. And this might be a new lease of life for Antonio.

dealcanvey 11:03 Tue Oct 23
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Time for Arthur again as an attacking winger. Always liked him in the position.

Arnie central just behind Hernandez maybe?

Rossal 8:54 Tue Oct 23
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Big blow

Our best winger

Withamexile 7:20 Tue Oct 23
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I think we are lucky that It’s his right foot, all I’ve seen him do with that so far is occasionally use it for balance so I expect to see him back in a fortnight.

eusebiovic 12:28 Tue Oct 23
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I can't help but think that stuff like this isn't really a surprise...curse or not.

He didn't play much at Dortmund did he?

Also from what I've seen this season he doesn't look like the most naturally fit player I've ever seen ...something which doesn't go down too well in the Bundesliga or Serie A for example...

Another one for the list

cartis 12:20 Tue Oct 23
Re: yarmalenko out for 6 months
Feel sorry for him obviously but don't rate him at all.
Poor signing in my opinion.
Far too much money wasted on him and Anderson for very little in return.

gph 11:45 Mon Oct 22
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Achilles' Mum has got a lot to answer for

13 Brentford Rd 11:42 Mon Oct 22
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Well this has shocked me...

Sven Roeder 11:33 Mon Oct 22
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Yes , I understand Holland and Silva have been our two most impressive u23 players
And are both injured

Plus Doris the tea lady has arthritis and WOMENS TROUBLES

swindon hammer 11:17 Mon Oct 22
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With Hernandez back and Carroll not far off I think it's likely Arnie will be back on the wing now.

charleyfarley 11:04 Mon Oct 22
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Confirmed on the official site:-

West Ham United can confirm that Andriy Yarmolenko has undergone successful surgery to repair a damaged Achilles tendon.

The Ukraine international sustained the injury during Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Tottenham Hotspur at London Stadium. He had an operation on Monday morning and is expected to be sidelined for around six months.

Head of Medical Services Richard Collinge said: “Andriy’s operation went well and we will now work hard to support him throughout the rehabilitation process.

“His recovery will be planned very carefully and we have every confidence that he will return to full fitness within the scheduled timeframe.”

The Stoat 11:04 Mon Oct 22
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Iron Duke 10:41 Sun Oct 21
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Troy, except that Holland is injured too.

Any Old Iron 10:40 Sun Oct 21
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Yes, we are cursed with injuries, but what's so sickening is that it's so often serious, long term injuries. What with Carroll, Reid and Lanzini, all long term absentees, we now have a £22mill bloke who's only been here 3 months. Same sort of thing happened to the useless Ayew.

And yes, we do have a number of players who seem to be injury prone; Carroll, obviously, Reid and, rather ridiculously Wilshere.
But whatever the cunt on MOTD said last night, Yarmelenko does not have a bad injury record. In the last 5 years he was out for 10 weeks in 2016 and 8 weeks at the beginning of this year. That's it.

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