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Gold tweets good news

Andriy Yarmolenko would almost certainly be the first to bemoan his first season at West Ham.

After a slow start because of injury the previous season he was hit with a massive injury against Tottenham on his 10th Premier League appearance and spent the rest of the season on the injury list.

His two goals at Everton were largely responsible for the first seriously important win of the season and it was a massive blow to the team when his season ended just four days later.

But now David Gold has tweeted that he is very confident that the Ukranian midfielder/striker will be very much in the frame when pre-season starts.

The options this will give the team are tremendous as at his best to watch Yarmo cutting in from the right and smashing in shots with his left foot is a sight to behold.

And David Gold has delivered good news on the player believing he will have a big pre-season tweeting in response to a question: “I am confident he will back for preseason training. dg 

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2 comments on “Gold tweets good news

  1. Yarmelenko was starting to look really good when he got injured.? Like another great signing a fresh start he will be great . ⚒

  2. He’s been out all season and at Dortmund the season before had a long term injury along the same lines. There’s no assurances he’ll come back at the same level. Look at Lanzini.

    We don’t know if any of these long term absentees will come back and hit the ground running. Many assume that we’ll be in great shape when they return but logic surely dictates that another injury probably isn’t far away. This is why we simply must look to start steering clear of players with long injury records. Look at Wolves last season, they pretty much went the season injury free as did Leicester when they won the title. It’s amazing how an injury free season can propel you on to incredible things.

    I hope Lanzini, Yarmolenko and Wilshere play all next season injury free and back to their best, there’s no doubting that were that to happen, we could achieve something remarkable, but what odds would you give me on that happening?

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