Academy prospects travel to Bristol


Three academy prospects travel to Bristol: Callum Marshall

West Ham are planning to include three academy prospects in the travelling arrangements to Bristol as we head for the Third Round FA Cup replay tomorrow night (Tuesday).

According to the official site with the likes of Michail Antonio still injured, and Mohammed Kudus away at the Africa Cup of Nations, Danny Ings and Divin Mubama could be in contention for minutes.

But the site adds that along with Mubama, three more FA Youth Cup winners; defender Kaelan Casey, midfielder Ollie Scarles and forward Callum Marshall, are also set to travel as part of Moyes’ squad to Bristol.

McKinlay added: “We’re short of a couple of players, so we’re going to need to make some changes. Training’s been positive over the last couple of days, so we’ll see how it goes between now and the game and then the gaffer will pick the team he thinks is right.”

The match will be broadcast live in the UK on BBC1, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport.

But if you are unable to get in front of a television an audio commentary in the UK can be heard on TalkSPORT, BBC London and worldwide on and their official app.

The action via the club’s blog us also available on and  across their our social media channels.

The club also points out that that central Bristol, including many roads near Ashton Gate, are now part of a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) where non-compliant vehicles will be charged between £9 and £100 per day to drive.

Ashton Gate is also well connected to Bristol, the two train stations and the surrounding areas by an extensive public bus network. The easiest way to plan your route is by using the TravelWest Journey Planner HERE.


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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • West Aussie Hammer 1 says:

    I’ve heard of those CAZ zones etc, being from Aus we don’t have them (Yet) Is that honestly just another Gov money grab?

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