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Impressive Masuaku’s realistic verdict

arthur_masuaku_signs_726New signing Artur Masuaku made a big impression on his first outing in an Irons shirt against Chelsea and fterwards showed some serious realism declaring: “Wewe must move on now.”

The £6 million signing believe the game was in the team’s hands until that second goal but believes the team will carry on working hard.

He added: “It was a great strike from Ginge to get us back into the game and I thought Dimitri came on and changed the game because he has great quality and for me he is a world class player.”

Speaking to the official site he added: “ I really enjoyed my Premier League debut as it was always my target to play in England since I was a youngster.

“The Premier League is very fast and for me it was tough physically as I am not 100 per cent yet. I just want to keep going, work hard and hopefully show my best form.

“This is a big week for the Club and we have two important games in the Europa League and then the first home game against Bournemouth. I hope we are going to win the next two games.”

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6 comments on “Impressive Masuaku’s realistic verdict

  1. Good man Artur, you played a blinder keep that up for the rest of the season and Cresswell will have some real competition.

  2. Now we have a left and fight back for the rest of the season but we need cover at RB unless Burke can do the job,
    Great signing Mr Henry does his job again,

  3. Why’s there so many spelling mistakes in this article haven’t you got spell check ?

    • Using a spell check? You actually use spell check,Say’s more about yourself. Now about Masuaku superb first game. COYI

  4. Get a life Dalkirst we are football fans not a Poetry club,
    I could read it without wetting myself because I could not understand the grammar
    But then I am autistic,bulled at school physically abused and any other excuses people come up with to make excuses for not getting on with there life,
    That should get me plenty of personal abuse tonight which will take my mind off
    right back,Noble ,Valencia ect ect
    Time for a beer
    Fill your pants

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