Wednesday, January 21, 2009

West Ham Show Interest in Nsereko

Savio Nsereko's agent has confirmed that West Ham have shown interest in the 19 year old winger but insists no bids have been made yet.

"There are a few clubs currently knocking on the door and asking about his situation and West Ham is one of them," he said.

"We have not started negotiations yet. The former general manager of Brescia (Gianluca Nani) now works at West Ham and therefore he knows him."

"Savio can be a big, big player. Zola has a great reputation with developing young players so that is in West Ham’s favour."

Elsewhere, it looks like Julien Faubert could get his wish in securing a move back to France. The player claims that West Ham and Lyon are in negotiation over a move,

"I am crossing my fingers - the two clubs are in talks," Faubert told Aujourd'hui Sport.

"Lyon would really be great. I would rediscover Ligue 1 and France but also the Champions League and the eyes of the national team coach. Because my aim still remains the 2010 World Cup.

"I really hope this is going to sort itself out.
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Sky Sports claim that Lyon are keen to take Faubert on a six month loan.

5 Comments:

At 2:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to ask the question if Faubert can't get into a mid table english club , how the hell is he going to play for this national side ?, or is French football in a very bad way indeed. Why cant these blokes just buckle down and work their way back into their club sides via good old fashioned effort. I guess it's just the easy option to run away and blame the club for not picking them . I had and indeed still have high hopes for him as a West Ham player, but he looks over weight and to date i have note seen the much talked about "Pace" and Beckham like crosses, thinking about it now like so many of the present squad i cant say i care if he stays or goes.

 
At 4:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree with anon, also that's a nice way to thank West Ham after the faith shown and wages paid by us when he was injured for ages.

 
At 6:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Me too, the guy is a penis

 
At 3:56 PM, Blogger Keir Clarke said...

His recent comments have really annoyed me. He should have just put his head down and worked on his game.

I'm sure he is a decent player. He just hasn't adjusted to the pace of the Premiership yet. He always looks to want to take a few seconds too long on the ball - I'm sure he would adapt in time but he doesn't seem to want to repay the loyalty that West Ham showed him when he was injured.

 
At 7:03 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

It's a shame really, that we paid his wages when hurt. Now he want to jump ship because he can't get into our first team. Is he mad for thinking he'll play at Lyon, or is French football that sub par? He's talking Champ's league and the French national side, when he can't even make a half decent pass at Upton Park. As for loyalty in professional sports, Mr. Bellamy this week showed us there is little of that. (they are not all mercenaries, Kaka for one)
If he needs to go, he NEEDS to go.
sour grapes = a glass of whine.

 

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