The injury of Marcus Rashford has left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Man United in some form of disarray. The likes of Chicharito and even Solskjaer shows that the Red Devils aren’t aliens to the concept of having a capable second striker who functions mostly as a super sub and most importantly the kind of guy you want to call when shit hits the ceiling.
The sale of RomeluLukaku very
much thinned out the striking options available at Old Trafford but the injury
of their golden boy has continued to show how much of a big and silly risk the
board or whoever is in charge of making such decisions took when they allowed
the Belgian move to Italy without sourcing for an immediate replacement.
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Sevilla is one of the traditional Spanish teams that have a proud history but still a level below the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletico Madrid. The Andalusians have been the nearly men when it comes to Spanish football but this could yet change.
The decision to hire Julien Lopetegui was viewed as a risky one with the Spanish tactician suffering a spectacular fall with both the Spanish national team and Real Madrid. However backed by transfer guru Monchi, Sevilla have been able to assemble a quality squad.
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Aston Villa are reportedly interested in Club Brugge midfielder Marvelous Nakamba according to reports from England. The Villans have been one of the top spenders in the Premier League this summer spending close to £100 million on new signings.
It is understood that manager Dean Smith has turned his sights to the 25-year-old as he seeks to add more depth to the midfield. In a surprise twist, Nakamba has dropped a hint about his next destination via Instagram.
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Reports from England claims that West Ham could allow Javier Hernandez to leave the club for a paltry fee of £8 million. This news has alerted a host of clubs with Newcastle high on the list that includes Bournemouth and Crystal Palace.
It is understood that the Hammers are looking to clear room on their wage budget with Hernandez on a £140,000 weekly wage. The club are hoping that the lower transfer fee on offer would attract clubs to sign the 30-year-old striker.
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In the recent match between West Ham United F.C and Fulham F.C striker Javier Hernándes equalised a goal using his hand in the match. Javier who is more commonly known as Chicharito equalised the goal to 1-1 in the match which has called for conflicting public opinions about the same.
The goal scored was a visual depiction of handball, despite of which the goal was still celebrated during the match by West Ham players. Only beside Ham’s celebration, the Fulham’s were seen giving reactions to Chicharito’s goal. The question that arises now is that would it have been better on the part of West to disallow the goal since it was clearly a handball?
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Last season, West Ham finished the year close to the transfer zone with 17 points and changed mentor from Slaven Bilic to David Moyes in an offer to turn things around. At a similar point in a year in this 2018/19, they managed to get 27 points after a total of 19 diversions which they played. In this season, the club has scored 27 objectives, while they had overseen only 19 for the season 365 days back.
The more hostile brand of football under Manuel Pellegrini isn’t having an unfavorable effect regarding surrendering objectives either. Javier Hernandez has a similar measure of objectives this year (four) as he did at a similar point last season yet has appreciated more noticeable quality and better frame with the Chilean on the seat in spite of being injured. A couple of weeks prior, he appeared to leave however his three objectives and an aid December have fundamentally changed his situation. Pellegrini is additionally dedicated to a more assault disapproved of course of action and the Hammers are averaging just about 50 percent ownership under him, a number that scarcely achieved 40 percent under David Moyes. On a coordinate day 19 of the year 2017/18, the club of West Ham were just pointed over the drop zone yet this year, they are ninth and far over the snare door. The distinction in quality among themselves and the ‘enormous 6 (, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, the Manchester clubs, and Arsenal) implies that a battle for Europe will be exceptionally troublesome yet they are just a single point off seventh.
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