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Ex-Irons youngster vows to prove club wrong

Domingos Quina is desperate to prove West Ham wrong!

Quina is just 18 and left the Hammers in the summer to join Watford.

Playing against Reading in the Carabao Cup in midweek, the midfielder smashed a 25-yard strike into the top corner, setting tongues wagging about how good he could be.

And he has already set his sights on getting better and better with the Hornets.

“I’m happy with my performance, happy that the manager gave me the chance to play and of course I topped it off with a nice goal.

“I like to do things people are not expecting and I have a few tricks, but I need to learn when to use them.

“I could have joined several clubs (in the transfer window) but I needed to go where I had a good chance of first-team experience, and I think Watford is the best place to be right now.”

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6 comments on “Ex-Irons youngster vows to prove club wrong

  1. I take it the ‘ vowing ‘ was done in another article.

  2. “Vowing”? I’m more interested in how he wants to “prove club wrong”. He was the one who wouldn’t sign a new contract (and didn’t seem to want to negotiate one), right?

  3. The kid wanted to play competitive football. He couldn’t see a progression into our first team. We are not the academy of football anymore it seems. With all the big money players coming in the kids aren’t even going to get a chance in cup competitions by the looks of it. So I don’t blame him for moving somewhere he gets to play. He has think of his career.

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