On FM Scout you can chat about Football Manager in real time since 2011. Here are 10 reasons to join!

West Ham - Hammers Of Justice

Started on 23 July 2015 by Feliks
Latest Reply on 12 September 2015 by squirmy420
Well done with the transfers. Maiga is so shite
shylax McShane was just pushed out by the fact that I signed both Zambrano and Sviatchenko in January, as well as making Kouyate a CB due to some transfers you'll find out about shortly.

Jer I know right.

150 Replies & 5000 Views!

Arsenal have sold midfielder Mathieu Flamini to West Ham for a fee of £1.2 million with West Ham confirming the deal on their club website today.

The 31 year old Frenchman will move across London after making just 8 appearances for the Gunners last season, and was eventually transfer listed by the club. He will now ply his trade for the Hammers, who will be delighted with the remarkably small fee.
Flamini signed from AC Milan on a free in 2013

The hard-working central midfielder is expected to fill the gap left by Alex Song, who returns to Barcelona after his wage demands priced him out of a loan and permanent move to The Boleyn Ground. Flamini's work rate, teamwork, stamina and positioning are his strong points as he'll look to create a strong midfield with the likes of Diego Poyet, Ryan Mason and Mark Noble.

Not a very good signing imo - old and pretty useless - after all, he's played for Arsenal twice in his career :P
Good signing, ignore the above comment ;)
I agree with Tal, ignore the above comment.

But hopefully he can offer something for you
Immense transfer, I don't typically like signing players over 30 but 1.2 million is a relative drop in the bucket and Flamini will be an incredible hard man for you.
Everyone Mixed reactions xD

Branislav Ivanovic becomes the third player to make a trip across London to West Ham this window with Sam Allardyce paying a measly £1.7 million for the right back's services. After 7 seasons at Stamford Bridge, the Serbian international travels across the capital in search of more regular gametime.

The 31 year old was frozen out of the Chelsea line up last season as Cesar Azpilicueta and new signing Alvaro Arbeloa moved ahead of him in the pecking order. After making just 9 appearances, Jose Mourinho placed on him on the transfer list and his Chelsea career fizzled out to a close.

So after 3 FA Cups, 2 Premier League titles and a Champions League winner's medal, Ivanovic will now move to West Ham to aid their bid for Europa League qualification this season. His power and work rate on the right flank should complement the technical ability of Bryan Oviedo on the left. Matt Lowton will serve as a backup, which was the original plan when he signed his contract, after serving as first choice last season.

The addition of Ivanovic and Flamini to the West Ham line up should add a great deal of experience and cool headedness, and Ivanovic especially will be looking to prove Chelsea wrong and show he still has the goods at Premier League level.

I'm not as big of a fan of this signing, although I won't deny that he can still be a good player for you, I am just philosophically opposed to stay-at-home fullbacks. He's good at what he does though, a no-nonsense defensive fullback who can fill in at center back if need be. He can play against bigger opponents where defensive stability is more of a need than attacking prowess.
Good luck with the awful crosses and constant space left behind him :P
I hope he works out for you, good signing, good player.
More experience, never terrible!
Mr.Consistency signs with WHU!

You are reading "West Ham - Hammers Of Justice".

FMS Chat

hey, just wanted to let you know that we have a fb style chat for our members. login or sign up to start chatting.