Filed: Monday, 1st August 2011
By: Staff Writer
Luis Boa Morte has parted company with West Ham United.
Hammers boss Sam Allardyce revealed this lunchtime that the former Arsenal and Fulham midfielder, who joined West Ham in January 2007 and is in the final year of his current two-year contract has left the club.
Speaking with Talksport about his squad for the coming season, Allardyce said: "People don't seem to think that we've lost too many players. But we've lost 15 players with Luis Boa Morte having moved to Portugal now."
Boa Morte, who is 34 later this week is understood to have returned to his home country to spend time with his family prior to completing a move abroad. He confirmed his decision to leave recently having been told by Sam Allardyce that he is surplus to requirements.
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12:42AM 3rd Aug 2011
''Great that Boa Morte has gone. But why is Carlton Cole still with us? A statue would make a better contribution.''
by Cressy Arms
11:53AM 2nd Aug 2011
''@Hammer66: You are spot on. Out the door Julien!''
by KJC Oxford Hammer
11:23AM 2nd Aug 2011
''At long last. How many goals did he get for us, two or three? I agree Faubert to go please. Give some of the young guns a run out.''
by West herts hammer
10:46AM 2nd Aug 2011
''About time too, one of the worst players to wear the shirt. My estimation of BFS has gone up tenfold.''
12:33PM 1st Aug 2011
''LBM gone? Gutted... not! What a waste of money he was.''
12:24PM 1st Aug 2011
''At last! I don't doubt his hard work and good intentions over the years but talk about give possession away cheaply every game! Faubert next please Sam.''
by Tell it how it is Charlie!
12:13PM 1st Aug 2011
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