David Pitchford in Romford writes
Completely agree with Taz again. Unless you have a lot of strength in depth, Europe looks like a poisoned chalice right now. Nothing to do with lack of ambition, just being realistic. Maybe, we ll be ready next year or the year after. As for Ken s remark
Completely agree with Taz again. Unless you have a lot of strength in depth, Europe looks like a poisoned chalice right now.
Nothing to do with lack of ambition, just being realistic. Maybe, we'll be ready next year or the year after.
As for Ken's remarks, I agree we used to be a selling club, but I think that times have changed.
Remember only Bellers went out in January, and then only because he threw his toys out of the pram.
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I see a real determination at the club now to hold on to our talent, and I don't think GFZ would stick around if that wasn't the case.
But, realistically, if a player has decided they want out, for whatever reason, it is probably better to let them go.
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Look what happened when we wouldn't let the great Paulo go to Man U.
Also, sometimes you need to sell to improve. Like most Hammers fans I had a high regard for George McCartney and was shocked when he went, but in Ilunga, we have an even better player.
I can't remember feeling as optimistic about WHU as I do right now.
And in Nani we have our own ace up our sleeve when the transfer window opens.