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Video: Calleri goals and skills

Jonathon Calleri is on his way to the Hammers on loan subject a work permit here’s a look at the kind of skills we can expect to see.

Calleri, 22, will leave Uruguayan club Deportivo Maldonado . He played alongside Carlos Tevez at Boca Juniors in 2015 and looks likely to follow in his footsteps to the Irons.

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9 comments on “Video: Calleri goals and skills

  1. Signed him months ago on football manager and he won me the champions league. He must be pretty decent

  2. Does any one know if we have a buy option at the end of the loan ?

  3. I will take 1 year if he gets here he will stay like Lanzini,
    Will he get the time on the pitch with AC here and Bacca only hours away now he has got his bounty money he wanted,
    Looks good in the air and on the ground and brave,
    But if it was the Gooners or Spuds they would get there work permit our luck it will get turned down
    Probably be the first Brexit verdict

  4. So now we have the new tevez and already have Martinez the new Torres and Ashford the new rashford. The futures looking ok for strikers. Just need that instant impact 20 goals plus a season man and then we are sorted.

  5. He seems to know what GOL means. I have a feeling this one will be a success.

    We now have our number 12. Better than Vaz Te and better than Nene (who never really received any opportunity from Hippo).

    • Nene was a donkey. Couldn’t run to save his life. Everyone sped past him. Skillful yes, but unlike Sherringham, his massive lack of pace was a huge problem; those skills never came to the fore. He was given plenty of opportunity; he couldn’t cut it on the pitch….IMO! I was delighted he was dropped.
      Calleri looks an entirely different prospect; really like the look of him.

  6. Some nice goals there but not sure why all the clips of him not scoring were on there though Valencia was an expert at that skill last season.

  7. Yes he seemed to miss quite a few just past the post efforts in this video. I think this is intended as evidence that once he gets a bit more experience, calms down a bit and gets his eye in he is going to be pretty prolific.

  8. Wow defending and goalkeeping in South American football is so poor. He won’t get the same time, space, mistakes or rebounds in the premier league like in this video.

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