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Brilliant Hammer on way back

Brilliant Hammers prospect Nathan Holland returns to full training next week after a devastating four month injury hell.

The former Everton youth prospect tore his hamstring the day before David Moyes arrived but is now back having completed all his rehab work.

Academy boss Terry Westley told ClaretandHugh: “I remember the manager telling me how much he was looking forward to seeing Nathan and  me having to reply that he had a four month wait.

“Now he’s back and will be on the grass next week. He’s been very patient and worked really hard. I think we may well see him in action against against Manchester City in two weeks time.”

It’s great news for the club ahead of next season as Holland has long been touted as the one most likely to succeed and was on the brink of bursting into the first team reckoning before his injury.

O The Hammers under 23s today face Liverpool away in a match which should they win, will all but guarantee them a place in the Premier League 2 Division One next season.

They face a tough game against top of the table Liverpool who have 33 points from 16 games whilst the Hammers are in seventh with 22 from 16.

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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!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

2 comments on “Brilliant Hammer on way back

  1. He is the absolute class of that team, am very excited to see him get back hopefully with no ill effects from his lay off.

  2. They said he would come back stronger and I’m sure he will. He would have been working harder than he ever has on his muscular strength and resilience. He has to be handled carefully because we don’t want yet another young player for ever blighted by soft tissue injuries.
    Next season will see him come through.

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