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Mipo nets PL award

Mipo Odubeko has won the Premier League 2 Player of the Month award, the Hammers have confirmed on their official website.

Odubeko has been in brilliant form for the Irons and was particularly excellent in April.

He scored all five of the club’s goals as they beat both Manchester United and Everton. The first game saw the club come from 2-0 down to win 3-2, with Mipo scoring a hat-trick, while he also netted a brace in the 2-1 win over the Toffees.

His goals mean that the club will be playing in the U23s’ Division 1 next term, and he seems primed for a first-team breakthrough in east London in the coming seasons.

Odubeko has scored 10 goals in nine outings in the Premier League 2 thus far this term and has already played twice for the senior side.

Those appearances both came in this season’s FA Cup, playing a single minute versus Stockport County and then playing 58 minutes in the fifth round against former club Man United.

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4 comments on “Mipo nets PL award

  1. Pity we don’t need a striker.

  2. Good news well done Mipo – that’s a tough league!

  3. Congratulations, Mipo. Well done son.
    Wish our 1st team manager believed in your ability, instead of choosing to play the out of touch Antonio, Fornals and Bowen instead.
    Hang in there son, your future looks good. Pray that it is with West Ham, though.

  4. Moves really does need to give others a chance, Antonio first touch is poor and injury prone Bowen works hard but end product poor

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