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Midfielder says international break may not help him

obiang1Pedro Obiang has signalled a change of Hammers fortune belieiving they are on their way back – and he’s keen to play a part in it!

After a fine performance against West Brom it looks as if hs time may finally have come.

He told the official site: ” “Maybe the international break has come at a bad time for me! But I will keep working hard and then we will see what happens.

I knew when I signed for the club that it would be a battle to get into the team and I spoke with the coaches who have told me to keep working hard and I would get my chance.”

This is the spirit of the West Ham players. We all need to work hard. I have been patient and waiting for my chance to come back.

I am very happy to be back in the team and when you are playing well and you can help your team it is good for everyone.

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We have lost many games before the Middlesbrough game and it has been difficult for me but I am happy to be back and to help the team get a draw.”

We created many chances during the first half and showed the same kind of spirit that saw us have such a successful season last year.

I think back to the game against Liverpool when all the team came together and we are starting to get back to that kind of performance.”

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6 comments on “Midfielder says international break may not help him

  1. Obiang is a good example of how long it can take a player from another country to settle.I remember him getting stick before now.We have probably got two or three gems,in amongst our new boys,going to take time to cut n Polish though. COYI

    • Baddow it doesn’t matter some get stick if they jog down the sideline warming up to slowly, misplace a pass on a YouTube clip or don’t score with their 1st touch all the while waiting and hoping for St Weetabix Ankles to regain his fitness and his match sharpness 🙂

  2. I like Obiang,i think he had a good game Saturday.All we need is for Kouyate & Noble to have a firework stuck up their ars*s & the midfield will become competitive & combative again.We have a good midfield when they are on form,unfortunately they all seem to be bang out of form all at once atm.I suggest an all nighter bonding session again might fix it.No going home early,a proper 24 hourer lol 🙂

    • Good suggestion Rads introduce the foreign lads to a chicken vindaloo and have a dance off at Flares that’ll sort them out 🙂

    • Good thinking Rad.Lets find out where their going,we can take some pictures & send the story to the Daily Mail Lol

  3. We all hope you are playing too Pedro, Slav said the credit built up last season had gone so it’s time for Noble and Kouyate to warm the bench, you should be first name on the teamsheet for Palace, followed by Reid and Payet based on the Boro performances. If all players are fit I would like to see Randolph, Cresswell, Reid, Collins, Arbeloa, Antonio, Nordveidt, Obiang, Fenandes, Payet and Fletcher or Zaza start. Plenty of pace then on the counter attack and a strong defensive team to counter Benteke and Zaha. COYI !!!

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