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Sakho arrives at LS wanting to discuss “personal issues”

Sakho and agent Mark McKay

Sakho and agent Mark McKay

Diafra Sakho turned up at the London Stadium this afternoon wanting to discuss “personal issues” with West Ham officials.

The report came from Sky Sports man on the West Ham deadline day watch Michael Weightman who confirmed the ClaretandHugh story which revealed that he had first driven to Chelmsford Racecourse where agent Mark McKay watched the horse he owns win the 3.20 at 9/2.

Weightman explained that Sakho waited around the car park before they travelled to the London Stadium seeking out somebody with whom he could discuss his personal issues.

Studio guest – former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan – immediately slated the situation surrounding the Senegal striker.

He said: “The owners will be believing this is a matter the manager should be dealing with and sorting out and answering the problems.”

“But what are these people doing going to the races when there is a player in dispute and wanting talks with his club and spreading his arms said: “What are you doing – are you an idiot?.”

He was entirely unimpressed with the entire scenario declaring: “David Gold and David Sullivan will not be liking this situation very much at all.

“Transfer deadline day is not the time to be discussing personal issues with player because, agfter all nobody is really very interested.”

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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
 

13 comments on “Sakho arrives at LS wanting to discuss “personal issues”

  1. His personal issue is that he’s a tw*t.

  2. I think there’s a lot of West Ham players with the same personal Issue. It’s called Slaven Bilic. The man has lost his whole squad. The sooner he goes the better

  3. Let the c**t rot in the reserves or somewhere and just keep fining him his wages surely we can afford to do that we have been paying in for the last two years and he hasn’t been playing

    • If he rots in the reserves he becomes a depreciating asset. Take the money and escort him from the premises.

  4. Can’t believe transfer deadline day and the only news we are getting about West Ham is about sakhos reps horse. Owners are ****s

  5. Hammer69 behave

  6. Hammerman69 talks good sense.

    Deadline day and no blistering pace signed, nor any centre backs secured, no defensive/holding midfielder, and not only no striker, but one of our striking quartet has shown his immaturity. We have profound problems with Slaven on several fronts from tactics to player-power, through to his continued ‘denial’ that central defenders are desperately required.

    What ineptitude and irresponsibility on the part of the clubs leadership (ownership?) in not making a clean break with Slaven. Stewart Robson is spot on: there has to be something profoundly wrong at the club.

  7. The owners are profoundly deaf,dumb and blind when it comes to running a PL football club.Thats whats profoundly wrong.

  8. 🙉🙊🙈

  9. Johnny Evans move to ManCity isn’t happening. So will we make a move from him? We’ll be going into the Huddersfield game with Fonte, Collins and Ogbonna…..oh dear.

  10. Agree Del.

  11. F/ me not a boardette in site !!! Yet 😂😂😂
    I mean what have the romans ever done for us 😂 can’t wait I need some cheering up😂

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