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Diamanti ate what he wanted at West Ham

diamantiFormer Hammer Alessandro Diamanti has spoken of his short spell at West Ham telling the Italian media.

“I found a different football,” he told Gazetta dello Sport “At West Ham everyone ate what they wanted. The workouts were simpler. In Watford you follow a specific diet.After the work on the field you do sessions of yoga and pilates and there is a lot of attention for the video part. We have an English teacher available too. It’s a new world.”

Diamanti was voted runner-up in the club’s Hammer of the Year awards during his first season scoring eight goals after a summer move from Livorno in 2009 for a £6m transfer fee.

He was allowed to move back to Italy after just one season claiming he was home sick and was sold to Brescia for a cut down fee. In July 2011, West Ham asked for Diamanti’s registration by the Italian Football Federation to be suspended as they had not yet been paid the latest installment of the £2million transfer fee.

 

One comment on “Diamanti ate what he wanted at West Ham

  1. Just never quite did it for us but not a total failure,
    You you should be professional enough to control your own diet but the fitness routine is down to the club,
    Pilates to crocodile rock or yoga to yellow brick road sounds great but my lady does that and she is 70 must be forward thinking never had a club fitness done by the WWI

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