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Amazing value of the Hammers bench

carrollIf anybody is wondering just how far West Ham have come  this season take a look at the bench and beyond.

It’s a quite extraordinary scenario to find that since the start of the season we have progressed to the point where we have around £50 million worth of personnel waiting for a game.

Add it up for yourself whilst realising that with Michail Antonio – a £7 million buy – couldn’t even make the squad for the game against Palace.

And that Reece Oxford – who was in the opening team for the match at Arsenal is also waiting patiently for a chance to impress again.

Here’s yesterday’s bench plus the two mentioned with their approximate values although it is difficult to put a price on Carroll and Oxford:

  • Randolph (£2 million)
  • Carroll (£12 million)
  • Zárate  (£3 million)
  • E Valencia (£12 million)
  • Obiang (£5 million)
  •  Ogbonna (£8 million)
  •  Jelavic (£2 million)
  • Antonio (£7 million)
  • Oxford (£5 million)
  • making a total of £56 million

About Hugh5outhon1895

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!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon
 

7 comments on “Amazing value of the Hammers bench

  1. If we are going to make the top tier we need depth in the squad and now we have it,
    Reid,Callum,Hendrie and Henry were missing as well Plus Poyet on Loan
    We now have a b team good enough to give most teams a game

  2. And Song and Burke,
    It’s like treasure hunt

  3. Best ever decision getting rid of hippy ********

  4. Best ever decision getting rid of hippy b——s

  5. Best ever decision getting rid of Son Of Hippo

  6. Forgot about Samulsun as well got to be worth £3m million now

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