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01 Oct 2018 08:45:30
Well Well Well, it looks MP has finally got his system right and the players to carry out his plan. I was as many on his back and thought it inevitable the writing was on the wall for him and his staff, perhaps DS can use the compo money put aside for MP and his staff and pay Rice what he is worth.

I thought Fabinski was brilliant, he looked safe and assured, as was most of the players.

Have we employed a surgeon does any one know?, It looks like Zabba and Nobbs have both had leg transplants there were brilliant Rice is getting better and better and Arnie was superb leading the line.

A personal apology from my end to MP as I honestly thought he had lost the plot, congrats to those on here that did say give him time and stuck to their guns.

We now look like we have a system and we ARE looking good, i'm not getting carried away but this season maybe we can use to bed in with this new system, it will confirm to MP what players he can move on and more excitedly what new players to bring in to suit his style. could this be at last the move forward we were promised?

Before anyone shoots me down, i'm not getting carried away after 3 brilliant results, but I can see a style of how he wants to play for the future and it looks exciting. long may it continue.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 01 Oct 2018 10:54:57
Well said Warrington. I voiced my concerns a while back on this
Yay - We're brilliant, great appointment, great signings - excited
Then overnight
Rubbish - Manager is past it, terrible signings, sack everyone, usual Hammers doom and gloom again
Yeah of course I was worried after first few games, but I did really hope that it was really just a matter of time to settle down, find a system, lots of new signings from abroad etc.
Yeah as a Hammers fan I'm used to false dawns and lack of ambition but also I have patience. Not got excited much since 1986, so I'm pretty easily satisfied.


2.) 01 Oct 2018 13:47:55
Question of course now is where does Wilshire fit in after his injury?


3.) 01 Oct 2018 14:26:58
I have to agree with you all, future looking exciting however my worry now is that we have had a few more long term injuries so look pretty exposed if the likes of Rice, Obiang, Noble get injured, any suggestions who you think would replace those three if they get injured.


4.) 01 Oct 2018 17:54:03
I think Obiang and Noble doing so well infront of Dec is a blessing for us in terms of Jack. Firstly, we need more then two players who can play in those 2 CM positions to have a good season. Secondly, MP seems to have settled for a NATURAL DM in a 3 man midfield, which is perfect for JW to flourish, as it has done for Noble and Obiang's games. Thirdly, he has genuine competition for his place now so he needs to motivate himself to get back in and then keep his place.
Im interested to see where Snodgrass plays in the future. Seems the wing is not quite right (pace? ), and we have some good yougsters there. Maybe a more central role where is effort (great vs UTD) and passing is well suited.
My worry is Sanchez injury, we could be screwed if Dec gets injured. Who else plays there? Zaba? Already proved Noble and Obiang cannot do it.
This 11 is looking good, but the punch comes when we get injuries. I want Lanzini back! Word goes out to Antonio, think he has been better as a CF than on the wing, he is physically a handful there and was lucky not to have 2 vs Chelsea.


5.) 02 Oct 2018 08:04:09
Its all about a squad Nickinho, its inevitable that injuries will occur and missed games through yellow cards accumulation but as I mentioned above MP seems to have a certain way of playing as in a system and style,

You could even see that about the way the fringe players played against Macclesfield, ( i'm not talking about the result or how low MACCS are i'm talking about a tactical system on how the players were playing) so he must be involving all players on the training pitch and drilling this system in

We will have to see how we react when we need to replace a player . but we do have good players and will flourish under MP, this season for me is a bed in, let's get our feet under the table and than maybe next season start really to push and see where we go.

We are going to drop points against so called lower teams, we may get hammered against a couple of teams BUT we are starting to have a way of playing and this has been evident in the last 4 games, I am a little excited for the future now,

I honestly can not believe i'm typing this, 3 weeks ago I was having sleepless nights of Big Scam coming back :~)


6.) 03 Oct 2018 12:09:47
That could be a master stroke ZABALETTA at CDM or MASUAKU or FREDERICKS could play there if desperate. COYI.


7.) 03 Oct 2018 12:52:47
Sorry Whorya, but Masuaku cannot defend, great going forward but as a defender your first job is to defend. He just cannot defend!


8.) 03 Oct 2018 14:36:43
It is so tough to have a top quality squad of players these days, with strength in depth in all positions, especially for teams outside the top 6, funds are just not there given the huge fees on players and agents these days. Credit goes to the managers when they get the balance right. What is more important, a stand out player at £40m who could be hit and miss, or even get injured, or a decent squad of players to compete with each other? I suppose it depends on the base squad you already have, and the total funds you have, but it is a tough balance to get right each window.
To compare the cost of our "squad" of defensive players to Man City's, the total transfer fees we have paid for our whole defensive group of players (2xGK, 4xCB, 2xRB, 2xLB and 2xDM) is £61.6m (from transfermarket) . Man City paid £58.5m on Laporte alone! The total cost of our starting 11 vs Man Utd was £118m, while Pogba and Fellaini alone cost them £124m.
I think our transfer business this summer is proving to be great.


9.) 05 Oct 2018 09:31:34
Philmac, Regards your 1 October post,
where is Wilshere going to fit in after injury, my answer is, he simply won’t fit in anywhere and we honestly shouldn’t have had the problem as we shouldn’t have signed a crock! I have a very low opinion of him, a number on here rate him, I don’t, he’s his own biggest fan👎Thought I was in the minority, however looking for team news tonight, a related article by Tony Cascarino slated the signing saying "he was flabbergasted he was given such a lucrative contract given his poor injury record, he was a vanity signing, also WH have looked so much better without him and he is not suited to today’s Premiership standards due to fitness" etc.

Also he’s not the only ex pro to state that, our ex Dean Ashton had severe doubts about Wilshere, he was excellent maybe up to a couple of years ago, but not now, frightened to run and get tackled in case of affecting a reoccurrence! Massive waste of financial resources!


10.) 05 Oct 2018 16:34:28
Fair play Chelms, you have stuck by your opinion of JW. And as a Hammers fan I am sure you equally hope he proves you wrong and turns out great for us. What fan wouldnt.
Tony Cascarino was a bit unfair IMO. Saying West Ham have been better without him was a bit short sighted. Its true that we have been better since his injury, but unfair to suggest the improvement was because of Jack's absence. In those first 4 games NONE of the players (with the exception of Fabianski) were particularly impressive, and all the players were tactically adjusting and getting to know each other. People layed into Rice after the Liverpool game when he played DM, look at him now. I hope/ think Jack will be equally as good or even better than Noble and Obiang so long as Dec continues his fine form in DM.


11.) 05 Oct 2018 17:09:46
Nickino, that’s a very fair and honest assessment you have posted, you must be a very fair and patient man👍I don’t think it at all fair myself when well known personalities hang others in public knowing that possibly millions will read them, hopefully my own comments on JW is only read by a very small amount of people. As you say I would love JW to make me look a real mug and turn into a great signing🙈🙈will be nervously watching tonight hoping we can carry our form over to the Amex stadium tonight👍COYI⚒⚒⚒⚒.


12.) 06 Oct 2018 11:59:05
I said if desperate John regarding masuaku mate.


 

 

03 Sep 2018 14:19:27
Mike or Ed 002, in your knowledge of wisdow what would be looking at in getting rid of MP and the rest of his entourage, could we be looking at 30m plus?

Warrington Seymour

{Ed002's Note - I don’t know what the provision of the contracts are but it would not be a surprise if the cost was well over 7 figures.}


1.) 03 Sep 2018 17:33:46
Can't you send them back under the trade discription act - not fit for purpose lol.


 

 

27 Jul 2018 15:05:47
Hi Mike, I wonder if you could enlighten me if you can please.

Concerning Quina, is he coming to the end of his contract?, from the reports I have read he is an exciting talent, OK maybe not yet reached his potential but I have read Barcelona are about to snap him up for £600k

Obviously if his contract is coming to a end and wants to leave so be it but if not i'm wondering why are we letting him go for what relatively is peanuts for a possible talent in years to come, surely a loan out somewhere makes more sense.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 27 Jul 2018 15:29:59
Everybody has there own ideas but with a year left on contract it’s make your mind up time WH will try to sell Quina and put a large sell on clause in the deal just in case the boy comes. Good IRONMIKE.


2.) 27 Jul 2018 16:23:14
He didn't want to sign a new contract wants to try his luck somewhere else.


3.) 27 Jul 2018 19:49:08
His agents a probably abit of scoundrel by the looks of things he's already turned down opportunitys to go out on loan and prove himself capable of challenging for a spot in the senior squad but turned them down. sure he's one of the highest paid youngsters at the club too hopefully we can turn this into a positive for us with a sell on clause or help bargain for players they want rid of.


 

 

25 Jul 2018 13:23:58
Palace in for Kouyate and want Antonio, if we can pass another off to them may be able to get to £35m, than we can pay them £30m for Zaha . Simples :) :)

Warrington Seymour

1.) 25 Jul 2018 14:18:15
Sorry Warrington - I’m not convinced Zaha is worth those to combined, let alone another £30m on top.


2.) 25 Jul 2018 14:57:27
We have Anderson and yarmelenko not sure where Zaha would fit in he's decent but not better than what we have, we need to be looking at cdm now in my opinion.


3.) 25 Jul 2018 15:45:41
Speak to any Palace fan and they will tell you Zaha is as important to them as Arnie is to us. He is as effective as Mahrez IMO and way too good for us. He knows it, Palace know it and he would only go abroad or to a top 4 side (again) - probably Spurs who reportedly want him. £60m+ if Richarlison is the new benchmark.


4.) 25 Jul 2018 15:50:49
I'd rather use any monies gained to get Thiago Mendes valued at 20m euros. A nice solid midfield enforcer.


5.) 25 Jul 2018 15:51:35
Not sure how a proven top player like Zaha can be regarded as no better than Yarmolenko or Anderson who have it all to prove in the Prem. Its a bit academic in any case. he is destined to go to a top 4 club (probably Spurs) or abroad. Way too good for a sideways move and far too expensive for us if Richarlison is the new benchmark. IMO.


6.) 25 Jul 2018 16:20:43
You have to be very careful what you wish for because when wilfred got his big move he was way out of his depth mentaly and ability and i'm ready for everybody to say he was too young load of bollocks he's got a massive chip on his shoulders and i know that personally he's like a spoilt brat and a control freak as i know personally and too good for us do me a favour he imo isn't in ANDERSON'S class but its all about opinions and that's mine i can remember him and ravel morrison nearly fighting over a free kick or penalty i'm not too sure but that tells you all you need to know. COYI.


7.) 25 Jul 2018 17:59:06
All very good points, i personally rate Zaha but opions are valid,

Mike how fafar away is Antonio from fitness do you know? Is there any possability MP could keep Anronio as the extra wideman instead of buying and concentrate on a CB DM and a striker?


 

 

17 Jul 2018 20:17:53
Mike can you clarify the Arnie link to Roma on these websites seems all silly talk to me but they keep popping up.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 17 Jul 2018 20:57:25
It’s worrying how many outlets are reporting it but it can’t be true. Makes no logical sense, just makes a good story.

Looking at the latest posts from mike and others it looks like we are after a DM, a winger and then possibly a LB. Can’t be anymore after that surely! Amazing window so far. Not sure we need a LB, think creswell will do well next year and Masuaku will flourish under MP.


2.) 17 Jul 2018 20:57:46
No link just soppy talk IRONMIKE.


3.) 18 Jul 2018 08:07:55
The way the Arnautovic rumours seem to be gathering momentum leads me to think that we are ready to offload him in order to recoup a chunk of our recent splash out on our unprecedented spending? I cannot see it any other way, from his second half performance of the season last year, there is no way he couldn’t have attracted interest and I menti9ned this at the end of th season! He is 29,so he must see it as his last big pay day with a transfer, the board will see it as good business to help balance the books! They have placated the supporters. With all the some so called “marquee” signings to soften the blow, a very shrewed move by them if it turns out that Arnie moves on! More importantly I see nobody is coming out to dispel the rumours, Nor does it seem Arnie is prepared to deny deny it with a comment, so he is bound for for the rainy climate of Manchester I fear or maybe a sunnier destination? I just hope my theory is wrong, I think in the short time he has been here, he has been quite fantasticly exciting to watch when moved in a central position, terrifying the defences, please Arnie don’t go, but this all but wrapped up and his destination is already pencilled in but in an envelope marked “ top secret”, I just hope i’m not on here at the close of the window saying, well I did predict this,!


4.) 18 Jul 2018 08:16:11
Agree Chelmsford, clearly he is after a big move (possibly to a Champs League club) and can't blame him.
If he does go, we will be able to reinvest in a top striker.


5.) 18 Jul 2018 08:24:36
On c h website arnie going no where.


6.) 18 Jul 2018 08:25:22
Chelms, it would very strange from my point of view if the board would be willing to sell Arnie to recoup cash, it would be like buying all the extras on a brand new car but throw away the decent engine.

It could be he may be wanting a move if a big club comes in as you say he is 29, or that MP may not think there would be room for him with his system and attacking players coming in may feel a more direct number 9 so to speak is required.

Mike said no link but soppy talk, but as you said there is quite a lot of media on this, it could be they are all as usual being lazy and copying one made up story and regurgitating previous stories to make a big story

I hope he does not go as we all do, BUT if MP decides he can go that would be good enough for me, he knows what his doing and I have complete trust in his choices, and well done the board for backing him.

Its not so long ago as Mike reported there was a contract on the table for DM . how lucky are we the board changed their minds, not in a million years would we have this with Moyes choice of players.


7.) 18 Jul 2018 10:50:10
I agree that An was a wonderful signing for us but i'm sure that MP has his scouts out already.
An as stated is 29 and had a great 3 months with WH which added to his worth it sounds good to me if we get 40+ mil for him as i'm sure MP will not let him go until he has someone in mind.
I do not want him to go but sometimes its all part of the bigger picture which we will see within the next 2 months.
Atleast we ar going forward and our new signings has a good feel factor which has been missing since Payet caused so many problem to our club.


8.) 18 Jul 2018 10:55:20
I would be amazed if they let Arnie go, after all the transfers so far the board are actually getting the fans unified and behind them. To then sell your best player from last year would be completely counter-productive. To even entertain selling your best player on a long contract the asking fee should be far far higher than £40m.


9.) 18 Jul 2018 11:01:10
I hope we don’t sell arnie as he was our best
player last season and literally kept us up on
his own.
Not only that who knows how long it will take
our new front line to start gelling, at least with
arnie we know he can do the business from
the start .


10.) 18 Jul 2018 17:54:04
Agreed on both arp snd wh4 but if Man U pushed it and he wants to go i think MP would show him the door. He was the big fish in a little pond 2nd half season which suits his ego, will he perform now he may not be center of attention with all the new players I like to think so but at 29 and a chance to play for man u cpuld u blame him? , Where does this leave Rasford? He needs to move away from Man U under Jose, give em Arnie and £20m and do a swap I say the only reason Jose wants him to stay is because of the fans backlash if he was sold, Jose is a journeyman manager and has no time for developing hence reason saying jump in with a swap while we have someone they want.


11.) 18 Jul 2018 22:20:47
I knew we had something up our sleeve regarding ARNAUTOVIC as to recouping some money back would rather sell kouyate noble and antonio whos worth 25 mill in todays market so them three will recoup 27 mill lol.


 

 

 

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06 Nov 2018 11:50:05
Mike

Surely there is something happen with Rice with the board other than just not paying what he wants. It really just does not make sense. I know you said about a wage structure but surely the DGS can see this is just not a journeyman after big wages, this is a young kid who is excelling, even IMO his wage demands are not that high in today's game.

DS is a total business man, I just can't believe he would be willing to lose millions upon millions on young Declan for him to walk away next season on a free. Its absolutely crazy, hence me thinking is something going on?, are they waiting to unload in the Jan window to free up some wages maybe?, I staggered with the way the board are acting I really am.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 06 Nov 2018 15:02:17
You are right Warrington, it does seem odd as they have usually been very good with contract renewals etc for good performance. I feel something is up within Dec's entourage though, as he has also not said anything about his international future. I think his new agent is advising on career moves etc that are best financially, and England would be the right move in that case, as would a bigger contract at WHU.
I think his international choice SHOULD be easy, play where your heart lies. Roy Keane was a legend playing for Ireland so why can't Dec do the same. It should be a simple choice for him. I get the impression he imagined himself playing for Ireland as a kid, i may be wrong though and it could be the other way around.
I do not think Dec is someone that would screw the club over by allowing himself to go on a free, he seems to have class about him and i do not think he would allow that to happen to the club that has made him. At least i hope not.
He is the natural replacement for Noble, but could be TWICE the player. SIGN HIM UP DGS!


2.) 07 Nov 2018 10:24:18
Can’t realy add more than I have already said, I feel sure this will end well , IRONMIKE.


3.) 08 Nov 2018 00:15:08
I hope you are right Ironmike and that Rice is not now waiting to see what offers he may get.


4.) 08 Nov 2018 10:42:40
Any offers could be used as a lever, ? But there’s nothing on that at present. IRONMIKE.


 

 

16 Oct 2018 08:46:16
Mike thanks for your post concerning Wh approach to salaries, very interesting reading

Although as you say from a business side of things it is I suppose a sensible approach I just do not see how that would work for a club like ours unless the whole system is generic throughout the Prem league.

The whole idea of moving forward as a team is building a squad big enough with quality players, obviously we never going to be a Man C in depth but you have to pay what other clubs would pay to have squad players,

I think what i'm getting at is if we had a solid midfield where as the names are certain on the team sheet and we are looking for squad players, the approach you mention the board may be going down is i'm certain players will just opt to go to another club for the money and better chance of first team football, there is so much money in the Prem a so called lesser club who do not follow the same approach as in salary will just offer more!

If we were challenging for honours or champions league or Europa it may be a different matter, but the truth of the matter is we are not and I doubt unfortunately with the DGS in charge ever will be. I just do not see how this would work, unless the board are settling for a top 8 finish each year and that is their expectations, NOT what Brady said when selling us this stadium dream a few years back.

I may be wrong but I just can't see how we can attract players to move forward with this policy.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 16 Oct 2018 09:30:26
We can attract top, injury prone, players with this policy.
Agree with it for the likes of Carroll/ Wilshere but Rice? They need a 2 tier system.


2.) 16 Oct 2018 11:16:18
As I said there are different ways of looking at it, WH are trying to keep wages under control whilst paying less to injury prone players, at this time it’s going to be interesting to see how this plays out, If however we pay out big bonuses for games played etc. You can clearly see where this will encourage players to join us, brave policy we shall have to see how it rolls out. IRONMIKE.


 

 

08 Oct 2018 09:33:20
Although a disappointing result imo the positives are most defiantly there, this season for me was always a bedding in season under MP, as many I was worried after the first 4 games but things now thankfully have settled. as long as we don't go down MP can have a free season as far as i'm concerned.

Of course we want to win every match but MP can assess whose good enough not good enough bring in players that suits his style. The system is in place and the possession rate against Brighton was very encouraging, a few tweeks in the jan window and again in the summer than for me it starts for real next season.

Unfortunately and I hate to say Antonio looks like its time to move on, Yammy as I stated before just does not look fit or if he is fit his body language and work rate needs to be addressed. Yes he can score a goal but he needs to learn its not all about him scoring he needs to contribute in other areas.

We will get beaten by so called lesser teams but me for one am excited about the route we are now going down, Rome was not built in a day, this is a new era for us and as long as we continue to improve me for one am very excited, instant success is very rare and if it happens it doesn't seem to last to long, continuity and improvement is a sound base to work on, and I personally think we getting there, albeit not as quick as some may like.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 08 Oct 2018 17:22:57
Once again incredibly wise words Warrington, you really are the voice of reason . well said.


2.) 09 Oct 2018 12:55:58
Completely agree Warrington, the progress is there for all to see, and there is still more to come from MP and I am sure he has earmarked areas to invest in already. We are taking teams on now and I feel we can both win games AND play well, whereas before each game last year i was just hoping we didn't get battered (conceding weak goals) and hoping we could nick a goal on the counter or from a set piece.
Interestingly we have one point LESS than we did after 7 games last year, and just +1 better goal difference, and Slav was sacked 3 games later. What a difference the mood around the club can give you. I loved Slav and felt he was a victim of poor timing and a learning/ naive board who got things wrong while he was at the helm. He got one great season out of Upton Park and then all the bitterness and negativity came.
Now, the board seem to have learnt from their mistakes, we have seen decent investment, and us fans are moving on and building new memories at our new home (like beating Man Utd) . We are certainly on a different path to what we were on last year.


 

 

01 Oct 2018 10:00:19
Im really looking forward to the Brighton game Friday evening, it will be a good test for our attacking style.

Chris Houghton has Brighton very very solid and organised team, I think they only conceded 1 at Liverpool and 2 at the weekend to Man C.

It will be very interesting to see how he will set up against us, I think after watching our last 3 matches he may have changed his mind and could be more on the cautious side of things.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 01 Oct 2018 18:35:04
Agree Warrington, will be interesting to see what they do. They are tough to beat at home. BIG game if we can get 3 points and move away from the teams down the bottom. Get into the top 9 ASAP and press on from there when we have some good looking games after Spurs. 3 games is one thing but I hope we start to show consistent high levels against teams around us, especially at home, that could turn our season into something very good. Excited to see the development continue.


2.) 04 Oct 2018 15:49:57
Agree with both comments, big admirer of Chris Hughton, would have liked him with us during periods of changeovers previously! He has been building a real decent hard to beat team and will certainly be no easy game on Friday night, good midfielders in Knockaert, Grob, March, Propper, tasty defenders in Dunk, Bong, Duffy etc, think a real decent underestimated side! However we have our own steamtrain rolling along now and they wil have our 3 attacking Musketeers to concentrate on, plus our more solid looking defence in Diopp, Balbuena, Rice, plus the enthusiasm of Noble, Ogbonna etc and a real rock solid Keeper now imo, so I am optimist of at least 1point, that you can’t moan at on the road or even 3, we will see, will watch in usual nervous tension as always, on Sky with my son-in-Law and Daughter ⚒⚒⚒⚒COYI.


 

 

18 Sep 2018 10:55:20
Al last 3 well deserved points on the board, although without sounding to negative we could have been severely punished with better finishing from Everton

Im still on the fence with Yammo, yes he scored a wonderful goal but is it me or does he look really unfit or maybe hate to say a bit lazy?

Zab played well, as he was solid in his RB position,

It did come to mind that is it worth a try putting Fredrick's in front or Zabba as a RW, he has pace to burn can cross a ball and may flourish as well as having the legs to get back when needed, I think Spurs done something similar to Bale. Obviously he won't become a Bale but I would not mind saying how that pans out. or am I talking tosh lol!

Warrington Seymour

1.) 18 Sep 2018 15:25:04
Warrington, I thought Yammo’s work rate was outstanding, he ran, chased all the time, up until he was subbed, when he was looking tired! Think Mike mentioned a couple of weeks ago he looked really unfit, which made me think he has been working on his fitness? His skill and goal scoring ability looks in the top class mould to me, 2 goals on your first full start debut, his sprint to bag his first goal from Arnies assist was brilliant and left the Everton defence standing, how many of our previous signings have done that? Funny how our opinions differ? Our front 3 now with 2 really feisty men and Anderson’s skill will frighten opposition defences, Anderson reminds me of Payet, hope he conducts himself better though😂😂⚒⚒.


2.) 18 Sep 2018 19:53:14
He should be fit he played 2 games for Ukraine but I know what warrington is saying every time someone ran at him he tried to pull them back with his shoulders sagging all the time he comes across as lazy but he’s definitely lost a yard of pace he used to be quick not no more at least at this present time but he still looks unfit to me also. COYI.


3.) 19 Sep 2018 08:01:44
If he plays like that unfit, he’ll do for me, wonder what he’ll be like when fitter then?


4.) 19 Sep 2018 08:42:20
Hi Chelms

Well we may beg to differ on this, yes his finish was top class and he may have run around a little, but as Whorya said he seemed to be easily passed, especially when the cross came in in which the Everton striker should have scored with the header.

Maybe i'm being over critical but up the top end he seems to have the concentration to get up and be in the right place, but tracking back he just looked laboured,

I hope it is his fitness and not a lack of attitude, there was a point when him and Anderson swapped sides for a bit and he was caught deep in our half on the ball, its Ok getting caught near the opposition box but deep in our own half its something he can not make a habit of especially if he has not got the pace to get back. still the lad scored twice and that's what its all about.


5.) 19 Sep 2018 08:50:48
Yarmolenko is a classy striker, but I’m sure Pelle was concerned about his general fitness/ stamina otherwise he would have had far more minutes than he’s had so far.
I have a niggling worry that, every so often in a game, there’s a hands on the knees blow reminiscent of Antonio. Maybe Pelle will look at the half a match each option! ☺️.


6.) 19 Sep 2018 09:41:25
Thats it Marko, he has been training and played bit parts and played 2 games for Ukraine as Whorya pointed out. He should be fit, i'm just hoping the pace of the Prem is not going to find him out.


7.) 19 Sep 2018 12:26:08
Warrington/ Markro, you both look at the game in depth much more than I do and youare both more tactically aware than I am, so I accept your perhaps superior knowledge of the present type of game and requirements of players! However my opinion is, I love a grafter& a warrior, but as a manager, I would hope my front men would cause havoc and score goals, yes chase back, but not continually throughout the game, how can you argue that a forward that scores goals and wins games for you, Arnie or Yarmy or whoever, isn’t working hard enough? you will be exhausted after an hour or so up down up down, so what are the defenders supposed to be doing, that’s what they are playing for, to defend! But that’s my Dinosaur expectations😂 COYI on Sunday⚒⚒⚒.


8.) 19 Sep 2018 13:27:44
I was thinking Yarma just looks like that, his body language etc reminded me of someone like LeTissier. scruffy, looks slumped over, shirt out. Waddle was the same. didn't mean they weren't class.


9.) 19 Sep 2018 13:38:00
Haha! You give me far too much credit, Chelms. In reality, I’m an armchair warrior. I love the fact we’ve now got two wide men (Yarmolenko and Anderson) who have great technical skill and good vision. Yarmolenko had an excellent game v Everton. Long may that continue - another two against Chelski, please, Andriy.


10.) 20 Sep 2018 08:55:37
Chelms believe me I have read your posts and they come across measured and well written and most importantly its your opinion and that what counts. so although ( I think ) your a OAP as u have mentioned your definitely NO dinosaur.

Barnie, that's a good point on Yarma like Le Tiss, we will have to wait and see. the problem is if that is how he is in body language naturally if things are not going well for him fans and pundits will be on his back as he seems his not trying.


11.) 20 Sep 2018 11:41:23
Warrington, thank you for the nice comments, like all so us and of course you, we are so passionate about our Hammers⚒ My thoughts in general of players are, if they are making an impact on the game in any way, then they have warranted their inclusion, it’s just the laziness in whatever form that has no place in the Premiership, you don’t have time, the pace is so electric at times, players shouldn’t be selected for what they have been, it should always be on merit regardless! Markro me an armchair warrior as well, each time we scored on Sunday I jumped off the settee each time with an air punch and thought I might I broken some stitches in my hand after a minor operation I had a few days earlier😂😂😂⚒⚒⚒.


 

 

 

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02 Oct 2018 08:04:09
Its all about a squad Nickinho, its inevitable that injuries will occur and missed games through yellow cards accumulation but as I mentioned above MP seems to have a certain way of playing as in a system and style,

You could even see that about the way the fringe players played against Macclesfield, ( i'm not talking about the result or how low MACCS are i'm talking about a tactical system on how the players were playing) so he must be involving all players on the training pitch and drilling this system in

We will have to see how we react when we need to replace a player . but we do have good players and will flourish under MP, this season for me is a bed in, let's get our feet under the table and than maybe next season start really to push and see where we go.

We are going to drop points against so called lower teams, we may get hammered against a couple of teams BUT we are starting to have a way of playing and this has been evident in the last 4 games, I am a little excited for the future now,

I honestly can not believe i'm typing this, 3 weeks ago I was having sleepless nights of Big Scam coming back :~)

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26 Sep 2018 09:01:26
In todays Dream Fantasy World of players wages is £30k enough? a week for such a prospect and as Mike said maybe future captain

30k for 5 year contract works out at £7.8m ( yes I know its a dream world for us all but that the reality of football), playing devils advocate if he continues to improve at the rate he is going by the end of next season ( I think his contract is up) he will be worth in excess of £30m absolute minimum especially if he decides to play for England and Southgate does love a young player.

If he breaks into the England squad his stock goes up and would imagine he could command a £3m signing on fee at least on a free transfer, and there after would effect command at least 70k a week for a 5 year contract as he would still be only 21.

So within a 1.5 years of letting his contract run down he could be at a top club earning £18.2 m over the contract with a nice little £3m in as a sweetener. that's treble what it would be worth at Westham.

Obviously i'm being very very cynical thinking the player and he's agent would think like this but if he continues to shine and get media attention that would be reality, my bet he is going to be a top top player, his still learning but his learning quickly.

Give him 50k a week 6 year contract with incentives along the way of his contract as if if he continues to shine he gets a incrimint each season.

I know some will shoot me down as its a risk giving a young player 50k and 6 years and if he bombs out we lose out, BUT I would take the gamble as a no brainer, the longer this drags on the longer other scouts start to look and maybe turn his head.

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14 Sep 2018 12:56:41
Noooooo! . still we got 4 games out of him more than I expected for the season.

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05 Sep 2018 08:24:55
Chemls I would give Justin Edinburgh a shout his doing well at Leyton Orient :) . Well come on! no one else would take this job its just a fun park merry go round where everyone's having a laugh!

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04 Sep 2018 11:28:12
Goodness me, if that is actually the way his brain was working that is very worrying and shows he does not know anything how to actually build a club,

What is even more worrying he was willing to spend the clubs funds ( yes I know its his to spend) and take this massive financial gamble which as it may have shown has back fired for self praise and glorification and to put the clubs future investments at risk.

To be fair to him he must have been totally convinced that MP was the man to take such a risk,

Poor old King David all he wants is to be loved and hailed as the chosen one!

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25 Sep 2018 14:53:17
Hi Chelms, Is that not old news, maybe some lazy Journo digging stuff up for a story.

Although its dragging on a bit and personally hate the penny pinching the board seem to do, i'm sure it will resolve itself, DS is shrewd business person, he will not let a possible massive asset go for the sake of playing a player what his worth. or would he?

I asked Mike if he had any news on this as I felt it absolutely incredible that the amount of money we are paying some to sit on a bench they are poncing around with this. my only thought is it something to do with budget and players wages?, maybe when we shift a few in Jan the wages will become available, that's just a guess as I can't see any reason why this is dragging on. Its a no brainer in my view.

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24 Sep 2018 08:25:13
Mike

Any in depth news on Rice contract. we absolutely can't let this lad go in Jan because DGS are refusing to pay what his worth, I read in one of the tabloids other clubs are starting to take note who would probably offer his what his worth, We must tie him down quickly and move forward, I hate this doubt when we have homegrown coming through.

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20 Sep 2018 08:55:37
Chelms believe me I have read your posts and they come across measured and well written and most importantly its your opinion and that what counts. so although ( I think ) your a OAP as u have mentioned your definitely NO dinosaur.

Barnie, that's a good point on Yarma like Le Tiss, we will have to wait and see. the problem is if that is how he is in body language naturally if things are not going well for him fans and pundits will be on his back as he seems his not trying.

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19 Sep 2018 09:41:25
Thats it Marko, he has been training and played bit parts and played 2 games for Ukraine as Whorya pointed out. He should be fit, i'm just hoping the pace of the Prem is not going to find him out.

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Hi Chelms

Well we may beg to differ on this, yes his finish was top class and he may have run around a little, but as Whorya said he seemed to be easily passed, especially when the cross came in in which the Everton striker should have scored with the header.

Maybe i'm being over critical but up the top end he seems to have the concentration to get up and be in the right place, but tracking back he just looked laboured,

I hope it is his fitness and not a lack of attitude, there was a point when him and Anderson swapped sides for a bit and he was caught deep in our half on the ball, its Ok getting caught near the opposition box but deep in our own half its something he can not make a habit of especially if he has not got the pace to get back. still the lad scored twice and that's what its all about.

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