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Irons new boy’s time looks to have come

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Hopefully Nikola Vlasic will continue his upwardly mobile West Ham form when Leeds arrive for tomorrow’s FA Cup 3rd round tie.

The Croatian has ben bright on his substitute appearances recently and has a chance over the next few weeks to create a big impression.

This is precisely the type of game the manager would probably be mapping him out for his £27 million signing at this stage of his development in claret and blue.

And with Said Benrahma away at the Afcon tournament, as we mentioned in previous stories, Vlasic has a real opportunity to get his feet under the Hammers table.

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Manager David Moues appears top thing so too and explained as much to reporters saying: “Nicki will have opportunities s and we’re trying to break him in.

He’s beginning to show some good signs so let’s hope he can step up when he gets the opportunity. I do see opportunities for him with Said away.”


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