Former Hammer hopes to haunt us!

Victor Moses

Victor Moses

Victor Moses readily admits he had a happy time and has good memories of West Ham.

But he is equally emphatic that he hopes to come back and haunt the Hammers when we go in to action against Chelsea next Monday evening.

Slav chose  to make his loan move to the club permanent last summer and since returning to Stamford Bridge he has become a first team regular having seen action in 28 games for four goals.

And speaking ahead of the game he said:

He told British Media: “I had a great time there [West Ham] last season, it’s a nice memory but I’m a Chelsea player now and I’m enjoying my football. I can’t wait to go to the London Stadium and hopefully we’ll get three points.

“I’ve always wanted to play for this big club, it’s one of the best clubs in the world at the moment and I’m enjoying every single minute.”

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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!"

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  • PopRobson says:

    He’s a different player this season. Such a shame we didn’t hang on to him but you have to say his form last term was iffy.

    • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

      His form for many seasons was iffy Pop, he is still making mistakes at Chelsea costing his team goals, his awareness hasn’t improved but under Conte and with the rest of the team grafting his mistakes can be overlooked or even overcome by scoring more goals, he suits the wing back role, it is ironic but had Slav tried him there instead of Antonio maybe we could have found him useful, he is certainly good on the ball and ideal for fast counter attacking and with a team full of attacking flair like Chelsea he is probably going to win a title, the rumours are Chelsea are looking for a genuine defender in that slot next season a Dani Alves type player so it might be a one season wonder for Victor, could be a nightmare for Cresswell unless he gets a lot of support. Maybe Slav might mirror their formation and bring Ogbonna back in to help defend that side of the pitch.

  • Dunlopilo says:

    Ogbonna ? Has he even started running again ? Or are you already looking into next season ? I know Ogbonna played left back in Italy, but that was some time ago and in another type of football paced league. Billie will have to make decisions in defence either way with the return of the Reeces and Ogbonna. Five players for two, maximum positions.

    As far as moses, he has been sort of “lost” for many years now. Another of these promising players who never really made it, although still young. I too believe he will not stay as starting player next season. Sub at best.

    • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

      Ogbonna on the left of 3 cb’s not at left back 🙂

      • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

        Oh yeah I forgot he had that surgery no I don’t think he is back so if he did play 3 at the back would be Reid on the left Kouyate and Fonte.

  • Michael Miller says:

    What’s going on with all these adverts – it’s making the site almost unusable – come on Hugh , sort it aaaaawwwttt!

  • John says:

    Lazy player when he was at our place. I had no time for him.

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