Video: Williams wonder solo goal

williamsWest Ham Academy youngster Djair Parfitt-Williams scores a stunning solo goal against Everton’s youth team this week. The 18-year-old scored his ninth goal of the season as the Hammers development squad lost 2-1 at Rush Green on Friday night. As well as hitting the net nine times, Parfitt-Williams has made six assists in 20 appearances.

Williams was born in Bermuda before moving to the United States as a child, where he was seen by former Hammer Clyde Best while playing for the San Jose Earthquakes Academy and later recommended to the Club.

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4 comments on “Video: Williams wonder solo goal

  1. Just 5 more years and he will be old enough to be considered for our first team bench,

  2. what a goal… congratulations Djar.

  3. Umm – looks strong – does BFS know who he is?

    • In 2 weeks time and counting down it won’t matter what Allardyce thinks or knows.Surely a more competent manager would have given some of these youngsters a go.They would have been more serviceable than some of the dead wood being given game time in recent months.

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