Text  Larger | Smaller | Default



Filed: Sunday, 22nd November 2009
By: Staff Writer

Nigel Quashie looks set to leave West Ham later this week to join MK Dons.

The League One side, currently managed by former Hammer Paul Ince will take Quashie on loan for the rest of the season - but, according to reports, will pay just a tiny percentage of the midfielder's 20k+ per week wages.

Quashie, who joined West Ham in January 2007 has made just a handful of appearances for the club due to a string of injuries. Signed from West Brom for 1.5million, he played in eight games between January and March before sustaining an injury that kept him out for nearly 18 months, since when he has failed t ofeature for the club.

Since returning from injury at the beginning of last season Quashie has spent time on loan at both Birmingham and Wolves, but failed to secure a permanent move.

Related News

   arrow   KUMB Awards XVIII: polls open next week [14th May 2015]
   arrow   The KUMB Readers' Awards XVII [25th Apr 2014]
   arrow   KUMB.com Reader's Awards XVI - 2012/13 season [20th May 2013]
   arrow   KUMB.com Awards XV - 2011/12 season [21st May 2012]
   arrow   Who's that Guy? [10th Feb 2012]
   arrow   The KUMB.com Readers Awards: 2010/11 season [30th May 2011]
   arrow   The KUMB.com Readers Awards: 2009/10 season [10th May 2010]
   arrow   Thumbs-up for Double Ds [3rd Feb 2010]
   arrow   Quashie gone - for good [22nd Jan 2010]
   arrow   Sell Upson at your peril [24th Dec 2009]

Your Comments

Please note that this section is for comments relating to the above news item only. Any off-topic or abusive posts will be removed. Posts including either links and/or foul language are automatically filtered and will not be published. To engage in further discussion on any of our news stories, visit the KUMB Forums.

Not a member of the KUMB Forums? You may register for free membership here.

comments powered by Disqus
News Image

On This Day ...

One Year Ago
Sakho and Valencia return for Baggies trip
Sam Allardyce could have his first choice strike force back for tomorrow ni...more
Three Years Ago
Mitchell Cole
Former West Ham Academy prospect Mitchell Cole has passed away at the age of just 27....more
Five Years Ago
West Ham United 4 Manchester Utd 0
West Ham are through to the semi finals of the Carling Cup after destroying Manchester United amidst...more