Steidten’s Summer Showdown


West Ham‘s Director of Football, Tim Steidten, faces a monumental task this summer. Having overseen successful signings like Alvarez, Kudus, and Mavropanos (with the occasional hiccup), he’s now entrusted with a massive summer rebuild.

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Steidten’s summer showdown

West Ham seems to be embracing a more continental approach to transfers, a shift potentially influenced by Steidten’s background at Bayer Leverkusen.

Let us not forget that up to twelve players could be departing the club, potentially requiring significant squad turnover. Adding to the pressure, some key players like Soucek and Coufal might also need replacements.

Steidten’s recent trip to Brazil suggests a search for young talents with potential, a shift away from expensive established players. This strategy could unearth hidden gems like Paqueta or Kudus at bargain prices.

Steidten’s challenge is clear: rebuild a potentially depleted West Ham squad with limited financial resources. His ability to identify and acquire young talent will be crucial for the club’s future success.

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  • Voss says:

    To follow the policy detailed you need a progressive open manager trusting those individuals. Pointless policy if Moyes is in charge

  • Ricky jones says:

    Stridden will I have no doubt bring quality players to our club his reputation of getting up and coming players is second to none but he needs to work with moyes to confirm the positions that will need urgent attention hopefully moyes will continue to be the manager next season he has done so much for West Ham and we as fans need to get behind him and support what he is achieving ok there has been some poor performances but there has been some great results against some of the top teams in the Premier League COYI get behind the boss and the team on Thursday and turn this tie around

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