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Moyes is so overrated can not stand him ....at least saids bank account will be healthy
 

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Why the surprise? He barely played for us this season, so is seriously short of game time and match sharpness. Also, he is not going to shine as brightly in training at a PL club with better players as he did here with Championship players.

I just hope we get the next £21m. It's all very well saying, 'yes, we get him back after the loan' if there is still a medical issue. But by then, we will have lost the use of a very influential player for a number of months and will only have £4m compensation for it. And the loss of that player could be the difference between top 2 or not.
 

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If Moyes had wanted a player like Benrahma they would have kept Diangana...
 

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Part of the terms and conditions of his deal maybe that he doesnt play until his medical issue is fully cleared up?
 

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West ham social media is in meltdown...quite amusing really. Algerian contingent not happy, existing fans slightly overwhelmed and not particularly tolerant...and added to that quite a few Algerians suggesting they’ll be following Man City instead today because of Mahrez...
 

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He failed a fitness test. Unsure why you all bypassing my comment to slag off Moyes 😂😂
 

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Health issue. It might seem odd to some that he is not been shoe- horned into a team that, after a a pretty dull start against Newcastle, have been performing better than they’ve played for years. Moyes is a players manager- a work man. Why would he be rushed?
 

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West ham social media is in meltdown...quite amusing really. Algerian contingent not happy, existing fans slightly overwhelmed and not particularly tolerant...and added to that quite a few Algerians suggesting they’ll be following Man City instead today because of Mahrez...
Can you imagine how peed off they would be if they had paid the full £25m++ !!
 

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Just to say D.Mail today specifically has it as a lung capacity problem. Does he smoke at all? Hubbly-bubbly?
It also goes on to say we got £5m for the loan deal and we will receive another £12m if he passes a second medical required to make the deal permanent at the end of the season, as well as up to £8 in add ons if he signs a new deal at the London Stadium or is subsequently sold to another Premier League club.
Sorry if someone else has mentioned this elsewhere.
 

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It also goes on to say we got £5m for the loan deal and we will receive another £12m if he passes a second medical required to make the deal permanent at the end of the season, as well as up to £8 in add ons if he signs a new deal at the London Stadium or is subsequently sold to another Premier League club.
Sorry if someone else has mentioned this elsewhere.
Rest assured if WHU dont want him next summer for whatever reason he'll 'fail' that medical.
 

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It also goes on to say we got £5m for the loan deal and we will receive another £12m if he passes a second medical required to make the deal permanent at the end of the season, as well as up to £8 in add ons if he signs a new deal at the London Stadium or is subsequently sold to another Premier League club.
Sorry if someone else has mentioned this elsewhere.
Some of that is not correct. In fact all of it past "we got £5m for the loan deal"
 

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Thinking out loud here, if Said flops and we go up we could take him back at West Ham’s request?
 

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Done a couple of nice little megs which came off and that was really it. Didn't have enough time to make any impact - but his megs are still the biz!
In addition, he almost cost the Hammers a third Liverpool goal by conceding possession with one of those flicks.
 

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So he’s got some game time, so we are the only other club he can play for this season. So if West Sham want to get rid of ,it’s only us he can come to
 

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Thinking out loud here, if Said flops and we go up we could take him back at West Ham’s request?
As it’s only a loan with an obligation to buy if both sides agree that such obligation does not need to be taken up and Benrahma agrees to this with a new contract then it’s certainly a possibility although probably unlikely. Of course if he hardly plays for them and Moyes doesn’t fancy him then not impossible.
 

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Thinking out loud here, if Said flops and we go up we could take him back at West Ham’s request?
If he seriously flopped in the Premier then I'd hope we'd hold Wet Spam to their obligation (if that is truly what it is) to purchase for the asking price.
 

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Provides the assist for West Ham’s goal against Fu*ham this evening.

Then concedes a penalty in the 95th minute. Which Fulham miss 😂😂😂😂 Actually it was one of the worst penalties I’ve ever seen. What a ****.
 

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In summary then, Said comes on sets up a goal then teases Fulham with a penalty opportunity which he knows they will miss just to compound their humiliation. A perfect debut. Unfortunately for him, he won't play Fulham every week.
 

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In summary then, Said comes on sets up a goal then teases Fulham with a penalty opportunity which he knows they will miss just to compound their humiliation. A perfect debut. Unfortunately for him, he won't play Fulham every week.
Home debut*
 

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No. But I wouldn’t put it past them to try and weasel out of the deal if he totally flops.
... and I wouldn't put it past our Directors of Football and Club Secretary to have created a contract that cannot be weaselled out of.
 

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He goes to work every day and plays football everyday and gets a fortune. It is not all just about the game on a Saturday so I expect he counts his rolex's when he gets bored.
The bank balance is understood but is he really happy? How much money is enough? Would he take less but play regularly?
Footballers want to play. I don't think Moyes rates him.
I have a feeling he will fail the medical if they don't think they really need him to retain their status
 
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The bank balance is understood but is he really happy? How much money is enough? Would he take less but play regularly?
Footballers want to play. I don't think Moyes rates him.
I have a feeling he will fail the medical if they don't think they really need him to retain their status
West Ham have lost 1 in 7, no manager would be changing that much and his most likely position is being filled by Fornals who is playing very well. I'm sure he's been around football long enough to understand that.
 

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West Ham are on a decent run with a settled side. He will have to earn his spot.
 

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