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Post by GreenStHammer » Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:26 pm

Hugill is poo-gill, but surely a championship team will pay 1m for him?

Started off promising but he's missing all his shots now.

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Post by LeonRivers » Sun Sep 29, 2019 8:03 pm

Sunday’s Fixtures:

Sead Haksabanovic

Sead played as Norrköping won 2-0 at Falkenbergs. He played a small part in the opening goal and was a constant threat in the first half.

Next Match: Sat 5th October vs GIF Sundsvall (a)

Martin Samuelsen

Martin played 87 minutes and scored both goals as Haugesund drew 2-2 at Kristiansund. He now has 11 goals this season from 30 appearances, only half of which have been starts.

Next Match: Sun 6th October vs Rosenborg (a)

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Post by sanchoz » Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:42 am

(catching up a bit...)

QPR 0 West Brom 2 - Barbet sent off as Rangers suffer defeat
A lacklustre display from QPR saw them suffer a 2-0 defeat at home to promotion hopefuls West Bromwich Albion.
The first sight of goal came for the home side as Grady Diangana beat Todd Kane and cut the ball back to Charlie Austin, who had his effort blocked by Barbet.
A minute after the restart, Toni Leistner won the ball and darted forward before unleashing an effort at goal from outside the box, which flew well wide.

The dangerous Diangana was the next to have a go, curling an effort wide of the target from distance.
Lumley was again called into action on 70 minutes to keep out Diangana's powerful strike.
QPR: Lumley, Kane, Cameron, Leistner, Barbet, Manning, Ball, Chair, Eze, Wells, Hugill

West Brom: Johnstone, Ferguson, Ajayi, Bartley, Furlong, Livermore, Sawyers, Phillips, Pereira, Diangana, Austin

Attendance: 13,959
https://www.kilburntimes.co.uk/sport/fo ... -1-6295891


QPR 0 West Brom 2: Five things we learned
Lack of chances created

Even in games QPR have lost this season, they have created enough chances to get something from them. However, against the Baggies this wasn't the case. Rangers created very little for Nahki Wells and Jordan Hugill up top and when they did get in good positions, the final pass or end product wasn't there. They simply never looked like scoring, something which has been uncommon this season.
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QPR 0 West Brom 2: Player ratings
Jordan Hugill 5 - Had no real chances in the game and wasn't much of a threat.
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West Brom 4 Huddersfield Town 2 - Report and pictures

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Albion had to come from behind twice - but they still did enough to beat Huddersfield after clinching a 4-2 victory at The Hawthorns.
But Darnell Furlong pulled Slaven Bilic's side level with 20 minutes left to play.

Excellent work from Grady Diangana then saw Phillips grab his second to put the Baggies into the lead for the first time.
Bilic opted to make one change from the team that earned a point at Fulham when naming his starting line-up.

In the trio behind the frontman, Filip Krovinovic came back into the side with Grady Diangana the man to make way.
Albion made a change at the break with Grady Diangana replacing Krovinovic in a move that saw Pereira move inside to the number 10 role.
You sensed Albion would go on to find an equaliser And they did with a little over 20 minutes remaining after forcing a corner.

They took it short with Phillips and Diangana taking their time to send the ball in.

But when the West Ham loanee did send in a cross, it was met by Furlong who powered a header against the inside of the post and in.

Four minutes later the turnaround was complete with Diangana producing yet more magic.

The trickster entered the box and at one stage had four Huddersfield defenders around him.

But his quick feet ensured he kept the ball. And he then delivered a low cross which Phillips smashed home from eight-yards.
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Furlong, Bartley, Ajayi, Ferguson, Livermore, Sawyers,Pereira, Krovinovic (Diangana 46), Phillips (Robson-Kanu 82), Austin (Zohore 72).

Subs not used: Bond, O'Shea, Brunt, Edwards.
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West Brom 4 Huddersfield Town 2 - Player ratings

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Grady Diangana (for Krovinovic 46)

The West Ham loanee was introduced off the bench to devastating effect. It was his cross that set-up Furlong for the equaliser. He then somehow kept the ball away from four Huddersfield defenders to tee up Phillips for his second. A devastating display. 8
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QPR 0 West Brom 2 - Report and pictures

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Albion equalled the record for their longest unbeaten start to a season by securing a 2-0 win at QPR.
Bilic made one change from the team that overcame Huddersfield when naming his starting line-up.

Having shone off the bench in against the Terriers, Grady Diangana came back into the side with Filip Krovinovic the man to make way.
Grady started on the left, with Matt Phillips on the right and Charlie Austin the lone striker.

QPR, under the guidance of Mark Warburton, lined up in a 3-5-2 system with Nakhi Well partnered by Jordan Hugill in attack.

In what proved to be an open and entertaining encounter from the off, both teams played some decent football in the early stages.

It was Albion who threatened first when Diangana hit the byline before sending in a low cross.

That delivery was met by Austin. But from 12-yards he then saw a goal-bound shot blocked by Yoann Barbet.

With Diangana and Pereira particularly bright, Bilic's side continued to be on top as the clock ticked past the 20-minute mark.

And they threatened once again when the West Ham loanee darted into the box before flashing a strike right across the face of goal.

From that point, the game continued to be open.
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QPR: Lumley, Cameron, Leistner, Barbet, Kane, Manning, Ball (Smith 85), Chair, Eze (Osayi-Samuel 70), Wells (Pugh 77), Hugill.

Subs not used: Kelly, Wallace, Scowen, Masterson.

Albion: Johnstone, Furlong, Ajayi, Bartley, Ferguson, Livermore, Sawyers, Phillips (Edwards 71), Pereira (Krovinovic 87), Diangana, Austin (Robson-Kanu 61).

Subs not used: Bond, O'Shea, Gibbs, Zohore.
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QPR 0 West Brom 2 - Player ratings
Grady Diangana

Restored to the starting line-up following his impressive performance from the bench against Huddersfield, Diangana didn’t disappoint. He went on a number of mazy runs that saw him dance past defenders as if they weren’t there. Also delivered some very dangerous crosses. 8
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:55 am

Leeds 1 West Brom 0 - Report and pictures

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Albion tasted defeat in the Championship for the first time this season after falling to a 1-0 loss in a pulsating encounter at Leeds.
In what was a thrilling game throughout, the Baggies arguably should have gone on to claim a point after dominating possession in the second-half.

But while Matheus Pereiera and Grady Diangana consistently combined well, they were unable to create that one clear chance Albion needed to grab a point.
Bilic made one change from the team that was so impressive at QPR when naming his starting line-up.

Up front, Hal Robson-Kanu came into the side as the central striker with Charlie Austin forced to make do with a place on the bench.

Otherwise, Albion continued in their 4-2-3-1 system with Matt Phillips on the right-wing, Grady Diangana on the left and Matheus Pereira in the number 10 role.
It was Leeds who threatened first with Stuart Dallas seeing a shot from the edge of the box blocked by Kyle Bartley.

Albion then raced up the other end through Pereira and Diangana in a move that ended with Robson-Kanu's low drive being saved by Kiko Casilla.
Albion started brightly following the interval.

Diangana did well to win the ball on half-way before sending Pereira charging into the box.

But from a tight-angle, the Brazilian then flashes a strike right across the face of goal.
Albion, though, hit-back with Diangana sending in a cross which Pereira turned goalwards only for Casilla to get down and parry the ball away.

As the clock ticked past the 70-minute mark, the game again became incredibly open.

It was the Baggies, though, who were now dominating the ball with Pereira, Krovinovic and Diangana all combing well.

But for all their good play they just couldn't find that killer pass or finish.

And that meant it was Leeds who were able to dig in and claim the win.
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Furlong, Ajayi, Bartley, Ferguson, Livermore (Edwards 82), Sawyers, Phillips (Krovinovic 62), Pereira, Diangana, Robson-Kanu (Zohore 62).

Subs not used: Bond, O'Shea, Townsend, Austin.
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Championship: Wigan Athletic 2 Charlton Athletic 0 - report

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A Cheyenne Dunkley brace condemned Charlton to back-to-back defeats as Wigan sealed their first win since opening day.
Charlton struggled to find their rhythm as Wigan piled on the pressure, but tempers flared towards the end of the first half after Josh Cullen received medical treatment.

After Jacobs decided against giving the ball back Darren Pratley, who captained Charlton on the day, scuffled with Joe Williams before both sets of players got involved.
Charlton team: Phillips; Oshilaja, Lockyer, Sarr, Purrington; Pratley (Aneke 68), Cullen, Gallagher, Williams, Leko, Hemed (Bonne 62).
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Championship: Wigan Athletic 2 Charlton 0 - player ratings

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Josh Cullen – 6 – Productive both on and off the ball. Similar to Pratley, he was everywhere as Charlton fended off Wigan pressure. Still, he was left on an island for the second. Unluckily denied at the end by Wigan stopper David Marshall.
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Charlton Athletic beat Leeds United 1-0 to reach play-offs
Macauley Bonne’s first half goal proved decisive as Charlton returned to winning ways with victory over promotion rivals Leeds United.
Bonne did well to win a corner off White and from Josh Cullen’s delivery Tom Lockyer’s effort was blocked, with Bonne applying a vital touch to fire over the line.
Kiko Casilla had to get down low to gather Josh Cullen’s 25-yard free-kick, while Darren Pratley was perhaps fortunate to see his clearance from Stuart Dallas’ cross go behind.
Charlton: Phillips, Solly, Sarr, Lockyer, Purrington, Pratley, Cullen, Williams (Aneke 55), Bonne (Field 82), Gallagher (Pearce 86), Leko. Subs not used: Amos, Oshilaja, Forster-Caskey, Oztumer. Att: 21,808

Player ratings from Charlton 1 Leeds United 0
24. Josh Cullen 6/10: Was kept very quiet first half, however played in a good corner for first goal. His set pieces caused problems consistently but wasn’t really able to create much from open play.
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Exclusive – AFC Wimbledon keeper Nathan Trott: I was fouled for crucial Bristol Rovers goal

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AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Nathan Trott says he was fouled prior to Bristol Rovers taking the lead at the Cherry Red Records Stadium last Saturday.

The West Ham loanee initially spilled a header by Jonson Clarke-Harris but reclaimed the ball before being bundled into by a Gas attacker.

The goal put Rovers ahead after Abu Ogogo had cancelled out Marcus Forss’ opener for the Dons.

Tony Craig scored a third to condemn Wimbledon to a 10th League One fixture without a win.

“I misjudged the bounce and you see the ball go over my head,” said Trott, 20. “But I’ve caught the ball before it goes over the line and the guy kind of nudges me into the net.

“The ball still isn’t 100 per cent over the line but the linesman has given it. It’s a bit unfair but that it just how it is. Once he [the referee] calls it, he can’t really bring it back. Everyone in the stadium knows what the right call was. It was a foul but the ref hasn’t given it.”

To compound the Dons’ misery, striker Forss was sent off on the hour mark. He had been booked for over-celebrating his goal before being shown a second yellow for a foul.

Trott said: “The game on Saturday was frustrating. It’s the same story, going a goal up and then a few errors leading to goals. Once we cut those out, it will only be positive from there.

“We will get results. The good thing is that we’ve got a good run of games.

“Right now it’s a rough patch but it can only get better from here.”
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AFC Wimbledon 1 Bristol Rovers 3 – Forss sent off as wait for a win continues for the Dons
AFC Wimbledon suffered more frustration as they fell to a 3-1 defeat in controversial fashion against Bristol Rovers.
A bizarre second goal for Rovers arrived when Nathan Trott spilled a Johnson Clarke-Harris header before being bundled over the line, with the officials deciding the ball had crossed the line before the West Ham United loanee was floored.
Wimbledon’s advantage would be short-lived. Just nine minutes after Forss’ brilliance, a whipped cross from the left-hand side found Ogogo completely unmarked to steer a simple diving header beyond Trott and into the far corner. In truth, it’s a goal that no-one of a Dons persuasion will want to see back again.
Rovers’ second goal would arrive in controversial circumstances to say the least. Clarke-Harris’ initial downward header was spilled by Trott, who tried to reclaim the ball before it crossed the line, being bundled over in the process. The goal was given, much to the fury of the majority inside the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:35 pm

Defensive errors need to be eradicated as Glyn Hodges starts interim spell in charge with Posh defeat
Glyn Hodges reign as interim manager began with defeat at Peterborough in a game where four of the goals came from errors – AFC Wimbledon left to rue individual mistakes by both themselves and the officials.
AFC Wimbledon (3-5-2): Trott 89, O’Neill 6, Osew 7, Delaney 7, Sanders 8, Thomas 7 (Pinnock 46, 7), Appiah 7, Nightingale 6, Wagstaff 8, Pigott 7, Reilly 6 (Wordsworth 46, 8). Not used: Tzanev, Hartigan, Stabana, Guinness-Walker, McLoughlin.
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(really high rating there for Trott...)


Report from MANSFIELD TOWN 0-1 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE as stunning strike downs Stags

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A 30-yard thunderbolt finish from Conor Grant proved enough for Plymouth Argyle to continue Mansfield Town's poor start to the season with a 1-0 win at the One Call Stadium this afternoon.
From a corner Benning's low shot hit team mate Shaughnessy and then Benning's attempted overhead kick caught Cooper in the face to earn him a booking and a swift end to Cooper's afternoon with Afolayan replacing Hamilton before the action could resume.
Afolayan sent one over on the turn from 18 yards before Lolos was Argyle's fifth booking on 75 minutes after sliding in late on Shaughnessy.
STAGS: Logan; Shaughnessy (Cook 77), Pearce, Sweeney; Gordon, Bishop, MacDonald, Benning; Hamilton (Afolayan 66), Rose, Khan (Maynard 81). Subs not used: Stone, Mellis, Tomlinson, Smith.
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Do you agree with these Mansfield Town player ratings from the defeat by Plymouth Argyle?
12. DAPO AFOLAYAN 7
Got involved as best he could in his 24 minutes on as sub and came close with a great dipping effort on the turn.
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Post by Cockneyboy311 » Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:39 pm

Appreciate the effort Sanchoz. Top stuff.

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Post by sanchoz » Thu Oct 03, 2019 12:48 pm

Thank you.

Championship: Cardiff City 3 QPR 0
Queens Park Rangers fell to their first away defeat since August after goals from Sean Morrison, Marlon Pack and Callum Patterson gave Cardiff City victory at the Cardiff City Stadium on Wednesday.
QPR: Kelly, Cameron, Hugill, Eze, Scowen, Ball (Wells 63), Manning, Chair, (Pugh 80) Osayi-Samuel, Rangel (Kane 67), Leistner.
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Charlton 1 Swansea City 2 - Ayew strikes winner at The Valley

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Charlton saw two penalty appeals waved away as Swansea came from behind to seal victory with a 2-1 win at The Valley.
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Nothing from either of those match reports from the locals.


Player Ratings: Charlton 1 Swansea 2
Josh Cullen 7

Poses such quality going forward you forget the steeliness he has in defence. Made one great recovery challenge on Bersant Celina that turned defence into attack. His passing stats must be impressive too, a top operator.
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Post by thejackhammer » Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:59 pm

Cullen seems to be one of Charlton's best players.

I know hammerman is quick to say he's not good enough but the glittering reports he gets for club and country makes me think he deserves a chance in the side. Seems to have a similar game to Noble.

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Post by steveyrockstar » Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:31 pm

GreenStHammer wrote:
Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:26 pm
Hugill is poo-gill, but surely a championship team will pay 1m for him?

Started off promising but he's missing all his shots now.
If you look at the top scorers charts on the BBC site, Hugill has a shots on target percentage of 25% - BY FAR the lowest of all the other top scorers. The other players are pretty much all between 55% to 75%. Still, at least he's getting himself into scoring/shooting positions. https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/cham ... op-scorers

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Post by sanchoz » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:43 am

West Brom v Cardiff: Baggies looking to bounce back fast

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Goalkeeper Sam Johnstone is also going to have to be wary of the visitors’ threat from distance – with Cardiff tending to operate on a shoot-on-sight policy.

Where they have struggled this season, though, is when they have been attacked at pace.

If Grady Diangana, Matt Phillips and Matheus Pereira are all on song, Cardiff should struggle with how quickly Albion move the ball.
Likely line up:

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Key battle:
Matheus Pereira v Marlon Pack

After an impressive start to his Albion career, Pereira has taken his game to another level in his last few outings – with the number 10 combining beautifully with Grady Diangana in particular.
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Post by LeonRivers » Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:10 pm

Midweek Fixtures:

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played as QPR lost 3-0 at Cardiff.

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9' Hugill back to defend. Cardiff win an inviting free-kick but Jordan Hugill makes a crucial header clear.

Next Match: Sat 5th October vs Blackburn (h)

Josh Cullen

Josh played as Charlton lost 1-2 at home to Swansea, who now top the league.

LIVE TWEETS:

82' Great play from Charlton as Cullen gets into the box and lays off to Aneke, but his ball is cleared.

Next Match: Sat 5th October vs Fulham (a)

Grady Diangana

Grady played as West Brom suffered their first loss of the season going down 1-0 at Leeds, who went top for a day. He was booked in the last minute for a foul on Bamford.

Next Match: Sat 5th October vs Cardiff (h)

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Post by LeonRivers » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:12 am

Weekend’s Fixtures:

Sead Haksabanovic

Sead played as Norrköping came from 3-0 down at half time to draw 4-4 at in-form, relegation-threatened Sundsvaal. He scored the equaliser for 3-3. It was the 20th goal of his career.

Next Match: Sat 20th October vs Kalmar (h)

Martin Samuelsen

Martin scored a late winner as Haugesund won 2-1 at home to Rosenborg. He also assisted the game's opening goal.

Next Match: Sun 20th October vs Molde (a)

Nathan Trott

Nathan played as Wimbledon won for the first time this season, 3-2 at home to Rochdale.

LIVE TWEETS:

62 - A fantastic point-blank save by Nathan Trott. A standing ovation from the home faithful - and deservedly so. Dons still 3-0 up.
65 - This time a Rochdale shot is straight at Trott, who holds on well.

Next Match: Tues 8th October vs Leyton Orient (h) - EFL Trophy Group Stage

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played 29 minutes and as QPR beat Blackburn 4-2. He scored the 4th goal and was booked for a foul in stoppage time.

MATCH REPORT:
"Substitute Jordan Hugill headed Ryan Manning's fine cross into the far corner to make it 4-1."

LIVE TWEETS:
61' First QPR change. Hugill ON. Osayi-Samuel OFF
75' Chance for a fourth! Jordan Hugill outmuscles and outruns his marker but pokes just wide under pressure.
77' HUGILL HEADS HOME A FOURTH! PICK THAT ONE OUT! Ryan Manning stands up a lovely cross for Jordan Hugill to head into the far corner. QPR have four!
90+3' Bookings apiece. Cunningham and Jordan Hugill both shown yellow for separate fouls.

Next Match: Sat 19th October vs Hull (a)

Josh Cullen

Josh made his 10th start of the season as Charlton drew 2-2 at Fulham.

LIVE TWEETS:

22' Chance! Cullen's free-kick gets in behind the Fulham defence, but Pratley's header is saved.

Next Match: Sat 19th October vs Derby (h)

Grady Diangana

Grady played as West Brom won 4-2 at home to Cardiff. He assisted the opening goal, scored the second and left the field injured 8 minutes into the second half with the score at 2-0. He finished with 89% pass completion including 3 key passes.

MATCH REPORT:
"Sixty seconds later, the Baggies were ahead with a superbly-worked goal. Brazilian playmaker Pereira cut in from the right and exchanged passes with Diangana before curling a delightful left-foot shot beyond Smithies."
"Pereira was inches away in the 27th minute. Again Diangana was the architect, and the on-loan Sporting player's angled shot from 18 yards brushed the side-netting."
"A delightful move involving Phillips, Jake Livermore and Diangana almost produced Austin's first goal for the club as Smithies saved well."
"Diangana made it 2-0 in the 42nd minute, receiving a short pass from Livermore and taking a touch then letting fly with a low, angled drive from 20 yards."
"Diangana 8
Admittedly it was a slow start from Diangana, who misplaced a couple of simple passes. As Albion found their rhythm, though, Diangana was irresistable. Embarrassed both Bennett and Morrison on more than one occasion, collected an assist and his own finish was sublime.
A shame he couldn’t continue."

LIVE TWEETS:

42’ IT'S TWO! Livermore does brilliantly to win the ball in midfield and drive forward before passing it to Diangana, who makes no mistake in smashing it into the bottom corner!
53' Diangana has taken a knock and been replaced by Edwards.

Next Match: Sat 19th October vs Middlesbrough (a)

Dapo Afolayan

unused sub

Next Match: Tues 8th October vs Crewe (h) - EFL Trophy Group Stage

Aji Alese

unused sub

Next Match: Tues 8th October vs Oldham (a) - EFL Trophy Group Stage

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Post by sanchoz » Mon Oct 07, 2019 8:10 am

The star can stop: "Want to buy me out"
Sead Haksabanovic makes a success at IFK Norrköping.

Now the midfielder aims to bring the team to a European place - and opens to stay in "Beijing."

- I have heard that they want to buy me off and I enjoy it. We'll see what happens, he says.
In the summer of 2017, Sead Haksabanovic was bought off Halmstad BK by Premier League team West Ham for just over SEK 35 million. There the midfielder then became a clubmate with stars such as Marko Arnautovic, Felipe Anderson, Pablo Zabaleta, Joe Hart and Javier "Chicarito" Hernandez.

It became difficult to take a place in West Ham's star-studded team and when Slaven Bilic was fired and Manuel Pellegrini took over the club, the coach and player agreed that Haksabanovic would go on loan to Malaga FC in the Spanish second league. There, nothing went as he intended and before the all-Swedish season, it became clear with a loan to IFK Norrköping, despite intense rumors of a move to AIK.

After a sluggish start on the Allsvenskan, the 20-year-old has now got started and made four goals and eight forwards and made sure that IFK Norrköping has hung on a European place.

- My season started well after the summer, you can say. That's when I got into it and got started in earnest. Then things have gone really well now. I have regained the joy of gaming and self-confidence.

"For me, that's been the most important thing," he says.

What made you get back the joy?

- I had no flow at the beginning of the season, I didn't get much with me and it felt like I had to work hard, almost twice as hard on the workouts, for me to succeed. I did, and that's now I'm getting the result.

- Now comes the reward. I have had to score a lot of goals, points and go as a train. It shows that you should never stop believing in yourself and working hard.

What makes it take a little time to adjust to the Swedish for many players who come from abroad and return home?

- Most often, it is true that we who come back have not been able to play for a long time and then you lack the match tempo and self-confidence may not be at the top immediately. Then all Swedes are a good league, it's not just coming here and dominating directly. I am grateful to Jens Gustavsson and the club that I got here and gained the confidence and played a lot.

- Then you grow and that has, as I said, provided dividends.

You are on loan from West Ham until the summer. If you look back on when you went there in 2017 and then the loan to Malaga, how do you look at it?

- It has been educational years. I have grown both as a human and as a football player. Above all, I have become stronger mentally and know what it takes to succeed in the big leagues and how people work in the Premier League, for example.

- Only when I came to West Ham was it just, wow. That I trained with all the stars there and was in the same club took a while to melt. But then it became everyday as well.

Did you get in touch with any player in West Ham when you arrived?

- Yes, Marko Arnautovic and I clicked right away. He became like a big brother to me, almost from day one. He took care of me, invited me home several times and we spent quite a bit of time with each other. We had the same interests.

- Yes, he became like a big brother as I said.

What did you do when you were hanging out?

- There was a lot of gaming. Video games, Fortnite and Call of Duty. Listened to music and such. He was at my house sometimes, I was at his house. He's a close friend.

And the time in Malaga then, how do you look at it?

- I started the second season in West Ham pretty well. Got to play a part in the preseason. But then the club recruited many good players and the competition became stiff. I had a talk with Manuel Pellegrini then and we agreed that I would go on loan to Malaga. It felt good then, because I thought I would get a lot of playing time and develop there and play a lot of games.

But that did not happen?

- No, it was not at all what I had imagined. The sports manager and everyone agreed that I would get the chance, but the coach never gave me an honest chance. He had completely different thoughts about me, how agility would play and such. I didn't take anything. I don't know what went wrong or what he was thinking.

- We didn't have much dialogue. Even the other players on the team wondered why I didn't miss the chance, the same with the fans who wondered what was happening. The coach may have had something against me as a person or my playing time, because I didn't get the chance.

- Even today I don't really know what it was that made him not like me. He said good morning to me sometimes, it wasn't much more.

Then West Ham called you back and it became Norrköping on loan for a year and a half?

- Yes, I'm very glad I took that step. As I said, I am grateful to Norrköping and Jens and will do everything now to give back in the form of points. Hopefully, we can reach a European place, although it will be difficult.

- But I really enjoy the team, the club and my role.

You have on loan until the summer, do you want to stay longer?

- Right now I'm just thinking about helping the team win the next match. But I have been told that they want to buy me out, but whatever they can bring West Ham and my agent.

Would you like to stay longer in IFK Norrköping?

- Yes, right now I'm happy here.

How do you look at the match against Gif Sundsvall?

- A match like everyone else, which we have to win. There are three points that apply so that we can continue to hope for a European place next year.
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

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Highlights: Gif Sundsvall – IFK Norrköping

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QPR 4 Blackburn Rovers 2 - Rangers bounce back with impressive attacking display
QPR bounced back from consecutive defeats with a 4-2 win over Blackburn Rovers at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

Nahki Wells gave his side the lead in the first half before Ebere Eze doubled Rangers' advantage after the restart.

Rovers did find a way back into the game through Bradley Dack's penalty but the R's responded immediately through Bright Osayi-Samuel before substitute Jordan Hugill added a fourth.
Substitute Hugill went close on 74 minutes when he surged down the left and found himself one-on-one with Walton but could only poke wide.

Hugill did have his goal just three minutes later when he met Manning's cross to power a header into the far corner.
QPR: Kelly, Rangel, Cameron, Leistner, Barbet, Manning, Scowen, Osayi-Samuel, Chair, Eze, Wells
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QPR 4 Blackburn Rovers 2: Player ratings
Substitutes

Jordan Hugill 8 - Caused real problems for Blackburn when he came on and scored a wonderful headed goal.
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