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Ex-Hammer scores European goal of the week.

By Blind Hammer 

Ex- Hammer Domingos Quina has scored La Liga’s “Goal of the Week”.

Quina, like Jeremy Ngakia left West Ham in the belief that he could further his career at Watford.

Like Ngakia, however, he has found it tough to nail down a regular place even amongst the lesser competition provided in the Watford squad. Consequently Quina has moved on loan to Granada to try his luck there.

Quina caused excitement in his early career for his habit of scoring the occasional wonder goal from midfield.

However he has, so far, provided evidence that he is only a scorer of the occasional great goal rather than developing into a great midfield goal scorer.

Still the fact that he has the occasional great goal in him is apparently still true and he has been at it again, even if in a losing cause.

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About David Griffith

My Father, born in 1891 was brought up in the shadows of the Thames Ironworks Memorial Ground. I remember as a child jumping over the settee when Alan Sealy scored in our 1965 European Cup Winners triumph. My first game was against Leicester in 1968, when Martin Peters scored what was adjudged by ITV’s Big Match as the Goal of the Season. I became a season ticket holder in 1970. I was registered blind in 1986 and thought my West Ham supporting days were over. However in 2010 I learnt about the fantastic support West Ham offer to Blind and other Disabled Supporters. I now use the Insightful Irons in-stadium commentary service and West Ham provide space for my Guide Dog Nyle. I sit on the West Ham Disabled Supporters Board and the LLDC Built Environment Access Panel. David Griffith aka Blind Hammer

2 comments on “Ex-Hammer scores European goal of the week.

  1. You have to say that most of those that have left us because they felt they were getting less chances with us than they thought they deserved have had a rude awakening. None I can think of have achieved outstanding success and proved us wrong- Ngakia, Diaganna etc. Still wish them well but can’t help thinking we are making better football decisions since Moyes has had his input taken seriously

    • Diangana didn’t want to leave & I don’t think Moyes wanted him to go. I think he would of done better under Moyes then at West Brom. Great left foot electric pace, tracks back, beats his man could of played WB too though loving Johnson at thete. Quina has always been a talent imo & has a knack for stunning goals from range with that left foot. Scored some for us in U23s then some for Watford & Portugal Youth. Moyes really gave Ngakia chances & continued too after he wanted to go to try & keep, he started at Watford but soon was not playing. With Coufal that worked out for us but not for him. Quina’ did well for Watford at times in PL & Championship but as CM box to box player he is very slight. Think La Liga might suit him better bc very technical league & still only 21. Have no I’ll will forward him his agent pushed the move I think & I’d be happy to see him do well especially with Granada permanently.

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