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West Ham 2018-19 A whole new team?

Discussion in 'Breakfast with Gazza (with Sachmoneious Bullcrap)' started by Cellar-Door, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. Cellar-Door

    Cellar-Door Member SoSH Member

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    Well, this has been a most unexpected summer.

    The biggest moves are behind the scenes
    Manuel Pellegrini takes over as manager.
    Mario Husillos who Pellegrini worked with at Malaga came in as Sporting director.

    OUTS:
    Joe Hart- End of Loan
    Joao Mario- End of Loan
    James Collins- Contract allowed to expire
    Patrice Evra- Contract allowed to expire
    Reece Burke- sold to Hull for ~1.5M

    IN
    Ryan Fredricks on a free from Fulham
    Jack Wilshire on a free from Arsenal
    Lukasz Fabianski- 7M from Swansea
    Issa Diop- 22M from Toulouse
    Andriy Yarmolenko- 17M from Dortmund


    Rumors:
    Felipe Anderson allegedly had a medical today before a 40M move from Lazio
    Fabian Balbuena medical (confirmed deal on instagram as did Corinthians) 4M from Corinthians
    Meeting in London with Bernard and his agent he's a free agent after running down his contract at Shaktar.

    Injuries:
    Lanzini out until at least January with an ACL tear
    Carroll- ankle cleanup/stabilization- estimated October return
    Reid- Knee cleanup- estimated October return.


    The general theme of the window has been a completely shocking high level of investment from the normally penny pinching dildo brothers.

    Some speculation that one of the forces driving investment is Tripp Smith's recent acquisition of the 10% not owned by the Brothers Dildo. Some wonder if there is a deal in place for Smith to be offered first chance at Gold's shares (30.6%) when he dies or before with the intention of possibly buying some of Sullivan's shares (55.6%) to become majority owner. No real evidence, but interesting.
     

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