OS Confirms signing of Sam Byram (to be known from now on as Brian...)

24567

Comments

  • edited January 2016
    Seriously though, he probably heard Martinez spout out all sorts of gibberish - no wonder he was reluctant to sign on their dotted line - we have so much more to offer than them, and he can be rest assured his alloys won't get pinched

    Everton have the likes of lukaku, Barkley, stones, Coleman, etc and YET they still lurch slightly towards the end of the table which is familiar to Roberto..
  • I would say that we now have a stronger team to Everton. A couple of seasons ago if you had to make a starting 11 out of the two teams it would have been mostly Everton players, however I now think that it would be dominated by West Ham players.
  • Adrian
    Coleman Stones Reid Cresswell
    Barkley Kouyate
    Deloufeu Payet Lanzini
    Lukaku
  • Does anyone think that the shiny new stadium has any pulling power ;hmm
  • I do think it's a factor Expat, that and our recognised RB is a loanee (sp?) and not Shamus Coleman.
  • Pretty much the team I was thinking of eski but I would rather see Antonio instead of Deloufeu as I think he could become a bit of a cult player for us.
  • Nah Eski, absolute Noooooooooooooooooooooooo

    That Byram bloke is way ahead of the coleman ;whistle
  • eski

    Cresswell > Baines ;nonono

    That'll ruffle a few feathers!
  • Baines has lost it. Think most people would think Cresswell > Baines these days..
  • edited January 2016
    ... except Roy.


    ;doh


    (That's for Roy, not you ;ok )
  • Would probs have Mccarthy in there before Barkley but more from a tactical view then a individual one ;whistle
  • Baines has lost it. Think most people would think Cresswell > Baines these days..

    Baines is soooo last season ;handbag
  • Hell yeah girlfrieeeend... ;handbag
  • New Hammer Sam Byram says he is excited by the opportunity to work with Hammers boss Slaven Bilic.

    West Ham's £3.7million signing arrived at the Boleyn this afternoon after completing a medical which rubber-stamped his move from Championship club Leeds United.

    And he cited the chance of working with the club's manager as one of the key reasons for deciding to move to West Ham instead of Everton.

    “I spoke to the manager and he is one of the main reasons which attracted me to West Ham," said Byram. "I think he's done unbelievably well with his team so far, so I'm really looking forward to working with him and his staff.

    "I'm unbelievably proud and happy to join a Club as big as this. I'm just looking forward to what the future holds and hopefully I can achieve things with the team going forward.

    “It's a childhood dream of mine to play in the Premier League, so to have the chance to get into a team like this and I just want to get my head down, work hard and hopefully get a chance."

    Byram also revealed that he was excited at the chance to play in the Olympic Stadium, in which West Ham will begin their tenancy from the start of nest season (2016/17).

    “I'm looking forward to seeing the new Stadium in person," he added. "That was another big part in me wanting to come here. It's a massive part of the future of the club and I can't wait to see and hopefully play in it."


    Read more at http://www.kumb.com/story.php?id=129439#h3Rrs2XqhccfqVhU.99
  • Answers your question about the new stadium Expat.
  • Does anyone think that the shiny new stadium has any pulling power ;hmm

    No.
  • Does anyone think that the shiny new stadium has any pulling power ;hmm

    No.
    image
  • Last part of the quote on BBC website
    My uncle was down here yesterday getting a shirt with my name on the back.
    ;dog
  • Dodger58 said:

    Last part of the quote on BBC website

    My uncle was down here yesterday getting a shirt with my name on the back.
    ;dog

    BRIAN
    22
  • MrsGrey said:

    eski

    Cresswell > Baines ;nonono

    That'll ruffle a few feathers!

    Baines has lost it. Think most people would think Cresswell > Baines these days..

    I still rate Baines, but Cresswell is probably his equal if not slightly better now. Main difference is age, so Cresswell wins for me ;thumbsup
  • image

    60% of the time, it works every time
  • What I like about this signing is the fact that he's a young, English talent. We could, in theory, put this outfield team out:

    Jenkinson Tomkins Burke Cresswell
    Byram Noble Oxford Antonio
    Carroll Lee

    and probably hold our own against most teams. Add the British players (Randy, JO'B, Collins, Hendrie) and we've got a very strong domestic bias.
  • Got a little bit worried when I saw he was first up on the treatment room thread on the OS.
  • So we weleased Wodger and signed Bwian ;thumbsup
Sign In or Register to comment.