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West Ham - Hammers Of Justice

Started on 23 July 2015 by Feliks
Latest Reply on 12 September 2015 by squirmy420
Brilliant updates and good business in selling Sakho personally!
Tidy piece of business from Sakho.

West Ham have confirmed the loan extension of Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe for another season after the 19 year old impressed over 33 games in the Premier League last season.

The new agreement will see West Ham's contribution drop to just 40% of Ibe's wages after paying a £1.5 million loan fee last season. Whether this is an indication of Liverpool's lack of interest of keeping Ibe or a move to give him a better chance of game time is yet to be determined.

Ibe will once more battle with Morgan Amalfitano for gametime after the French winger signed a new 3 year deal earlier in the season. Ibe certainly impressed early on in the 2014/15 campaign, but Amalfitano had the better run at the end and pre-season will shed some light as to who Allardyce chooses for the season ahead.

Great piece of business there Feliks!

Arsenal Swoop For Cresswell

Arsenal have agreed a deal with West Ham for English left back Aaron Cresswell who will join the Champions League hopefuls for £9 million.

The remarkable rise of Cresswell continues as he moves in pursuit of continental football after playing in the Sky Bet Championship just 15 months earlier. He will now earn £26,000 at the Emirates but has Natxo Monreal to compete with and is likely to be a rotation option.

This move means that Bryan Oviedo will hold a first team role at West Ham after some initial concerns over his playing time whilst the club will look for a new left back to cover. Joe Bennett and Ben Davies are among the frontrunners to join the Hammers but so far all is speculation.

Some fantastic updates! I'm seriously considering wth you are doing with these sales, both are consistent performers in FM, esp Cresswell.

West Ham have swooped for United youngster Jesse Lingard, signing him for £1.2 million under the noses of Championship clubs Derby, Middlesbrough and Watford.

The 22 year old was thought to have to resurrect his career in the Championship but Sam Allardyce has evidently seen something in the Englishman and brings him to The Boleyn Ground instead. With Matt Jarvis still recovering from a serious viral infection, Lingard will act as a back-up to experienced left winger Stewart Downing and is expected to eventually succeed him.

An Old Trafford academy graduate, Lingard never appeared for United in the league and has played all 79 games of his career in the Sky Bet Championship. At 22, he is in a crucial stage of his development and will hope that his new home can enable him to fulfill his once massive potential.

Interesting signing - hopefully, he will do well
Good deal at only £1.2m. Should be able to make a decent profit in the future on him if you chose to sell
interesting choice there buddy! hopefully he does well for you

West Ham Academy Update

West Ham have unveiled 3 new academy graduates at their Boleyn Ground facilities today, with Stuart McAllister, Nicholas Mihevc and Luke Miller all making the leap to a professional contract with the club.

Stuart McAllister is a 15 year old playmaker, also capable of sitting back in midfield and drifting wide. He possesses good first touch, long shots, passing, technique and vision for his age, great hallmarks of a good AMC, and his determination in training should go a long way in turning him into a top player.

Nicholas Mihevc joins the club due to an agreement with affiliate club Stirling Lions, and although raw looks to be one of the best young Australias in the world. His technical ability at this stage is a big plus, but his reading of the game certainly needs work. His speed could be a major factor when he eventually breaks into the first team.

16 year old Luke Miller has been turning heads with his prolific passing ability, and although his vision isn't as good, it will certainly improve with time. He is also a hard worker, and very team oriented, and could prove to be a very effective box-to-box midfielder in time.
All three have so much potential, hopefully they'll go on to become West Ham stars!
good looking prospects man, hopefully they'll develop into legends!
The latest batch of players to come from WHU.. look good!
Everyone Thanks guys, they're certainly top prospects

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