Feghouli sees his future at West Ham


west_hams_sofiane_feghouli_celebrates_scoring_their_third_goal_317515 Sofiane Feghouli has told RMC Sport that he sees his future at West Ham despite rumours linking him to a move to PSG.

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  • kevin says:

    Personally I think Feghouli is a definate for our future . You can see how good he can be and with a decent run of games he could be worth more than people give him credit for .

  • Alan D says:

    Agreed, and if he has a decent striker to play balls into, his assist total will soar.

  • JRS says:

    Spot on Kevin. He has got a lot of stick but I was excited by him last summer on a free. He was good in preseason and he did quite well especially considering dealing with not just your usual adapting issues but new grounds, whole Payet issue. And he has shown up some great performances. Sure he has had some bad moments but his good ones show how capable he is. With everyone being played out of Position caused havoc. But the whole time his attitude was great he always said he could and would so better. That he wanted to proof himself to the fans felt he let them down and his determined to stay and fight for is spot. So big credit due to him with Hostile fans and squad issues he came and played football. And would be mad to let him go and he doesn’t want to go. I like him, he has the attitude and workt ethic like Antonio

    • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

      Yeah he looked very good in preseason I think he suffered with the team being so under par around him, always competitive in games maybe doesn’t have lightning pace but holds onto the ball well and is good at arriving late in the box to convert chances, also he was a revelation when played more centrally so maybe there is an argument to play him alongside Lanzini and a centre forward in a 3 4 2 1 formation.

  • block253 says:

    showing the desire stay at our club shame others are not so forthcoming ..

  • master says:

    Not a right winger at all. Antonio a far superior player there.

  • Ray1962 says:

    i like his attitude always wants to try harder and yes has had a bad few games but once he was playing regular you could see what a player this guy really is. my vote for him is to stay and looking at what others are saying he deserves the chance

  • Robbie says:

    I would keep him.I don’t think some fans gave him a fair crack of the whip.Him and a few others were targeted as useless from the outset and a proportion of fans will never change their minds no matter what a player does.We had some established players last season like our captain who were equally poor on many occasions but were given the slack others will never benefit from.

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