Sad Zarate farewells from Gold and DS jnr


Mauro-Zarate-West-Ham-UnitedDavid Gold, David Sullivan jnr and  Mauro Zarate have tweeted their farewells from the Ironson Twitter over the last few minutes..

David Sullivan Jnr released a Twitter conversation between himself and Zarate in which he said: “Good luck in Italy.”

“You have left us with great memories and me my family and the rest of us at West Ham wish you nothing but success. You never know we may see you back at West Ham again some day.”

Zarate responded by saying: “Thanks Dave, was a great experience. West Ham is a beautiful club. I’ll never forget you all.”

And a few minutes ago the player said:  “I would like to thank David Gold and David Sullivan for believing in me and giving me the opportunity of playing at a special club like West Ham United.

“I would also like to thank my team-mates for the good times we shared and wish them the very best for the future, and especially from the bottom of my heart all the West Ham supporters for their unconditional support and affection. You are truly unique. Thank you all very much.”

David Gold then tweeted his best wishes to the player saying: “Good luck to for the future, will always be remembered and welcome at west ham.”

Share this article

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!"

Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon


  • bubs says:

    Shame to see him go but for the best of the club he must leave and now we are ok with the rules his wages gone the money from him and Jarvis cover Sam,
    Now we need Jelly to go and the new forward to arrive and possible Jenkinson to be recalled that way Sam can sit on the bench and learn,
    JOB leaves as well and we will be within the rules have a better team and alls well in the Claret pond

  • ItalianHammer says:

    The real questions we have to ask now is if we replace him with an equal or better player or will we not and sign someone worse. Lets not let this haunt us like many times in the past. Make the right decision west ham learn from previous mistakes. COYI!!

    • Roman says:

      I think Mauro will be better suited in Italy where he can link up with Matte Fume.I liked Zarate but seem to think he was not a true team player too easily disposed.Maybe Matte can steer him in the right direction?As for JOB he doesn’t really rate with all the talent available in the squad.Possibly he may be linked up with Allardyce again? I read Rav is being considered for a PL return.Fortunately not as a hammer.

  • oldgit says:

    Like it or not – fat Sam was right about Zarate…. just not good enough.

  • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

    Good luck Mauro !

  • kevin says:

    Personally I think it’s bad news letting him go . .. But all the talk of West Ham not making changes in the January window now seems a little shuttered and hush hush . Can we expect after all the No No No talk and we don’t need any new signings to be a smoke screen over our rivals ?? . Hope so .. the two daves are pretty shrewd workers on the transfer front as we saw that on the last day of the summer window . And what with Bilic reading from the same book it all looked done and dusted expecting nothing until the summer of 2016 . Are we in store for a surprise that will rock the premier and drive us up the table on a late charge for The Champions League ??? . My hopes are high , but after so much negativity followed by the odd tit bit of news I don’t know either what to think or expect from this shady pair of dodgy whealer dealers . Just hope Carroll can get back in shape .

Comments are closed.