The striker everyone wants but West Ham refuse to use


The striker everyone wants: Marshall scores another hat-trick

Callum Marshall is hot property. According to a friend, who knows a friend etc, every West Ham under 21 game is packed with scouts from rival clubs looking to assess the young Irish striker.

In his latest performance, Marshall once again showcased his prowess by netting a hat-trick, propelling the young Hammers to third place in Premier League 2. West Ham secured a resounding 5-0 victory over Middlesborough, with Lewis Orford and George Earthy contributing to the score-line.

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The striker everyone wants: Marshall is the outstanding player in Premier League 2

Marshall’s consistent excellence in the league has been underscored repeatedly. I firmly believe he has outgrown this level of competition and should be rewarded with a place on the first-team bench. Widely recognised as the standout player in the league, Marshall’s potential debut in the first team should not be delayed.

Given the recent struggles of Danny Ings and Michail Antonio, it makes sense to give Marshall an opportunity. After all, if West Ham doesn’t promote him soon, another club might seize the chance to entice him away.

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  • hammerpete6 says:

    The alarm bells are ringing loud here, with Mubama not getting on the pitch even for a few minutes, Marshall is clearly breaking through and we’ve got several others bursting to have a go. It is deja vu with Moyes ignoring all of them at our absolute peril. Moyes a waster of talent with players starved of game time and sold on at a huge loss, and the young players don’t renew and get snapped up by the savvy clubs.

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